Heartland Animal Clinic in Overland Park operates in what used to be the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Veterinarian Jill Sandler calls the former church a great home for her animal clinic: “People and their pets feel a lot more comfortable here. They feel like they are coming into a home.” Sandler shows off a cat named Dip (so named for the tiny white spot on his tail). The clinic is at 7821 Marty St.
Heartland Animal Clinic in Overland Park operates in what used to be the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Veterinarian Jill Sandler calls the former church a great home for her animal clinic: “People and their pets feel a lot more comfortable here. They feel like they are coming into a home.” Sandler shows off a cat named Dip (so named for the tiny white spot on his tail). The clinic is at 7821 Marty St. Roy Inman Special to The Star
Heartland Animal Clinic in Overland Park operates in what used to be the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Veterinarian Jill Sandler calls the former church a great home for her animal clinic: “People and their pets feel a lot more comfortable here. They feel like they are coming into a home.” Sandler shows off a cat named Dip (so named for the tiny white spot on his tail). The clinic is at 7821 Marty St. Roy Inman Special to The Star

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