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Welcome to St. Francis Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Green Forest AR

Call us at 870-423-2630
Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 870-423-2630!


clinic_bldg_2.jpgThanks for visiting the St. Francis Veterinary Clinic website. We are located just off Hwy 62 between Berryville and Green Forest, Arkansas. A map is available on our Contact Us page.

The clinic was established by veterinarian Dr. Ron Eby in 1990. Dr. Anne Brenneke has been part of the practice since January, 2010. Dr. Brett Buchanan joined St. Francis in May of 2013. Dr. Doug Keeton joined as a part-time veterinarian at St. Francis, starting in September of 2016.

The clinic provides a wide range of services for both large and small animals. Whether you need vet care for the family pet or for farm livestock, and whether it's for routine visits or emergency surgery, you've come to the right vet clinic. We’ve got the answers to your veterinarian questions.


Dr. Ron Eby, Dr. Anne Brenneke, Dr. Brett Buchanan & Dr. Doug Keeton
Green Forest Veterinarian | St. Francis Veterinary Clinic | 870-423-2630
310 CR 706
Green Forest, AR 72638


Location

Office Hours

Practice Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

After hours emergency services are available, please call:
870-423-2630

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Ron Eby

    Dr. Eby was born and grew up in rural Northeastern Oklahoma. He first attended the University of Tulsa and then graduated in Fisherie Biology at Oklahoma State University. He graduated from the Veterinary School at Oklahoma State in 1983. His first job in vet clinics was in a mixed practice in Bentonville, Arkansas. In 1984 he moved to Carroll County, Arkansas and worked at the Berryville Veterinary Clinic until 1990. At that time he opened the St. Francis Veterinary Clinic.

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  • Dr. Anne Brenneke

    Dr. Anne Brenneke has been working at St. Francis since January, 2010. A native of Jefferson City, Missouri, She received a Bachelors degree in Animal Science at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and received her DVM degree from the University of Missouri in 2009. She is primarily a small animal and equine veterinarian.

  • Dr. Brett Buchanan

    Dr. Brett Buchanan grew up on a beef cattle farm in Golden, MO. He did his undergraduate work at College of the Ozarks and Missouri State University. His 2013 DVM degree is from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Buchanan enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but particularly enjoys working with beef cows. He and Dr. Sarah Buchanan are married and have two sons. In his free time he enjoys being on the lake, spending time with his family, and working on his family farm.

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Testimonials

  • "Very great people. Our dog had parvo they got her better and she is doing great thanks to the crew at St. Francis Vet."
    Roy B.
  • "Been taking all my animals there for a long time. They are very nice and good. Had one of my mail dogs sniped he had always licked just took him back in and it was no extra charge for this medicine. Also serves all of my other animals."
    Brenda M.
  • "They have always done an outstanding job on my pets, they are all very Pleasent to be around and really do care about your pets!!! I love St.Francis and will always go to them for my pet care needs."
    Ebony K.