2402 E. McCarty
Jefferson City, MO 65101

Mon - Wed: 7:00AM - 5:30PM

Thu: 7:00AM - 5:00PM

Fri: 8:00AM - 5:30PM

Sat: 8:00AM - 12:00PM

Sun: Closed

100.0% would refer friends and family to us

5 stars Verified customer

We are always very happy with the care our pets receive at Crago's. Dr Crago and staff are friendly, attentive and professional. I would definitely recommend Crago Vet Clinic to anyone who wants the best care for their pets.

5 stars Verified customer

My relationship with Dr Crago began on recommendation by CJs Pet Store in Jefferson City for care that was needed for our pet gecko. Dr Crago treated her with expertise and diligence even though she might not have been what many people consider a pet. I was so impressed by the attention my gecko got that when our dog of 13 years became ill I knew where I was going. Sophie was a new patient for Dr Crago but he and his staff took her in as if they had been taking care of her all her life. They swiftly and gently completed all necessary tests, provided a full explanation of her diagnosis and treatment options. I greatly appreciate the time they gave to Sophie and I and I know Dr Crago is where I will be taking her for the time she has left with us.

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

It is a pleasure caring for Sophie. She is such a good girl and it is my hope that we can make her feel better and live a much longer life. Thanks for bringing her in to see us.

Dr. Crago

5 stars Customer since 2005

I had been feeding a wild stray cat for many months. Finally, it got so cold this winter I let him in the house. He would pace restlessly in the house, almost constantly wanting out, and the litter box smelled horrible. He would spray as well. He was such a nuisance that I'd give in and let him out. He'd be gone for many hours. I'd worry he might be hit by a car. He was too wild to even pet let alone catch to take to the vet for shots and neutering. I finally set a trap. At first he was too suspicious to use it. I put food at the front of the trap at first, eventually moving it inch by inch until I was able to trap him. Dr. Crago somehow sedated this feral cat, gave him shots, wormed him, and neutered him. He has been a better cat since virtually the day of the neutering. Following the neuter there was no longer the strong, offensive odor in the litter box. He no longer paces restlessly, constantly wanting out. He no longer fights other cats. He had to have a shot of antibiotics due to scars from getting into it with other unneutered cats. Now, when he wants out he "tells" me, he "talks" to me and lets me know. When he does go out he is content to stay close to the house, on my front porch or back patio, and usually will come in when called. I don't have to worry that he is "out there" when I leave the house because he is usually content to come back in after he gets his feel of having some fresh air and sunshine. He is not only letting me pet him, but will tolerate me picking him up briefly and doesn't scratch. He rubs against my feet and legs every day, but isn't too pesky. He doesn't annoy my two spayed females anymore. He used to be restless and intrusive around them. Now he is just one of the gang. It has been some time since the neuter and I don't notice any weight gain. Although calmer, he is not lazy. I am able to enjoy his presence. His wild character is diminished, and his hidden personality is more noticeable. I really believe it was the neuter that made so much difference. Moral of this, if you are considering taking in a stray (may not be safe if you have kids), make your life easier and trap it ASAP. Also be aware that it could have FIV or some other disease in which it will unfortunately have to be put down. I am very appreciative that doctor Crago was willing to treat this cat knowing full well that his behavior was unpredictable and he would need to be handled very skillfully.

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

So glad to hear that Jack is doing much better at home since his surgery. It shows how much some TLC will help in situations like this. Thanks

Dr. Crago

5 stars Customer since 2001

Dr. Crago and Bonnie were great. Dr. Crago was very thorough in his explanation of his diagnosis. Appreciate all that he does.

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

We love taking care of Cupcake through all that she experiences. Our thoughts and concerns are with all of you.

Dr. Crago

5 stars Customer since 2006

Very nice and helpful.

5 stars Customer since 2002

Great service and care for our Sadie.

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

Sadie is such a good patient. We enjoy having her come to visit us.

Dr. Crago and Staff

5 stars Customer since 2012

Everyone is always friendly and helpful.

Thanks for taking care of Q!

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

We enjoy taking care of Q. We look forward to seeing him today.

Dr. Crago

5 stars Customer since 2012

I've had to go to your clinic twice now both on weekends, because of a loose dog biting my dog. Last year was pretty bad. Anyway Crago vet clinic took care of Molly quickly and with a least amount of stress on Moliy, my wife and I. Great thanks and I'll refer Crago any chance I get, thanks.

Mike McCann

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

Thanks for the nice comments. I always enjoy taking care of Molly when needed. Have a Great Day!

Dr. Crago

5 stars Customer since 2007

Staff was the best..

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

Thanks Joe and Nyla

We love seeing you guys come in to the clinic.

Dr. Crago and Staff

5 stars Customer since 2001

Dr. Crago took care of our " Bubba" as if he was his own dog. Everyone was very caring. Lisa and Bonnie were sweethearts and very helpful. We were very satisfied with Bubs, treatment.

Crago Veterinary Clinic replied:

Hope Bubba is doing well. He is such a good little guy. Thanks Dr. Crago