"At Chalco Hills Animal Hospital, we treat every patient with compassion, care and commitment."


Heather Kreager, DVM

Welcome to Chalco Hills Animal Hospital

The neighborhood vet for your family pet!
Call us at (402) 884-0220


At Chalco Hills Animal Hospital, we believe pets are family and that's how we treat them!

We are proud to serve the veterinary needs of residents and their pets in Omaha, Millard, Elkhorn, Gretna, and Papillion.

Our experienced staff offers a full range of medical services, including preventative wellness care, diagnostic services, surgical care, dental care, and boarding for your four-legged friends.

It is our goal to offer and provide the highest level of veterinary care in our community so that every pet has the opportunity to live a long, happy life.

Becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. We are happy to offer a number of resources, feel free to browse our site and the informational articles to learn more. Please call (402) 884-0220 or email us and we'll be happy to discuss any questions or concerns that you may have.


Dr. Heather Kreager
Omaha Veterinarian | Chalco Hills Animal Hospital | (402) 884-0220

10208 South 168th Avenue
Omaha, NE 68136








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