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Dr. Mar Doering has been

Helping furry friends live better lives
for over 30 years.

Conveniently located

In the heart of Mid-MO.
At 143 W. Center

Holts Summit, MO

We now have

Specialized facilities
for behavioral services

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1-573-896-4040

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mar@askdrdoering.com

Our location

143 W. Center Street, Holts Summit, MO  65043

We offer canine and feline behavioral services.

That wonderful bond that develops between a pet and it’s human can sadly be broken due to behavioral problems. There are solutions and together we can make a difference.

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What Our Clients Say

The latest news from All Paws:

4 days ago

All Paws Medical & Behavioral Center

Gunner was being babysat in Hermann MO when he ran off after prying open a door. He is probably trying to get back to his home in Columbia MO to find his people. He may have been spotted moving west through Callaway County. His mother just started vet school in Granada and is heartbroken. His babysitter is mortified that she lost the dog. Please keep your eyes open for him in Callaway. He will probably not come to a stranger. Call or text if you spot him. 660-351-4696 ...

I got to check out Conner’s and my latest interview with Paul Pepper on his show. Conner and I had great fun together. Having my doggy “assistant” beside me always makes everything better. Paul Pepper and his entire crew is always wonderful to us. Conner runs into the building for the taping with his tail held high and wagging like crazy.

If you haven’t yet seen or heard us on “Radio Friends with Paul Pepper” you can still catch it at www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyDplkWoAlc or on KMOS on Fridays at 7:30 pm, Saturdays at 5:30 pm, Sundays at 11:00 am
-Dr. Mar DoeringToday Paul Pepper visits with DR. MAR DOERING, DVM, All Paws Medical and Behavioral Center, about getting to know your dog. Find that little something that t...
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It is two days until Conner’s and my next appearance on “Radio Friends with Paul Pepper” Show.

Conner and I will be talking about the unique bond he and I are forming since he’s come into our family. Little rituals you develop with your pet can really make a difference. Nothing is better than spending quality time with your best friend.

I hope you tell your family and friends to check our interview with Paul Pepper out on Thursday, January 11th at: "Radio Friends with Paul Pepper" on KBIA, 91.3 FM -weekdays from 8:50 - 9:00 or watch at "Radio Friends with Paul Pepper" on KMOS

Facebook: www.facebook.com/PaulPepperRadioFriends
Twitter: twitter.com/paulpepperkbia
Website: kbia.org/programs/radio-friends-paul-pepper
-Dr. Mar Doering
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It is two days until Conner’s and my next appearance on “Radio Friends with Paul Pepper” Show.

Conner and I will be talking about the unique bond he and I are forming since he’s come into our family. Little rituals you develop with your pet can really make a difference. Nothing is better than spending quality time with your best friend.

I hope you tell your family and friends to check our interview with Paul Pepper out on Thursday, January 11th at: Radio Friends with Paul Pepper on KBIA, 91.3 FM -weekdays from 8:50 - 9:00 or watch at Radio Friends with Paul Pepper on KMOS 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaulPepperRadioFriends
Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulpepperkbia
Website: http://kbia.org/programs/radio-friends-paul-pepper
-Dr. Mar Doering

2 weeks ago

All Paws Medical & Behavioral Center

It was truly a joyful experience to watch our rescued doggies, Conner and Duncan, celebrating their first ever Christmas and New Year as part of the Doering family. Neither of our new boys have ever had a real home before. Conner spent 8 years in a small puppy mill kennel and 1 year old Duncan lived on the street. Being surrounded by love and people who can be trusted is a unique concept for them both. Then, add to this, visits from many people who also fell in love with them, Christmas decorations, their own stockings hung on the mantle filled with special toys and treats and being surrounded by lots and lots of wrapping paper and boxes and it can be overwhelming for them unless you take some care. We slowly introduced Conner and Duncan to every new person and adventure they encountered, and they did wonderfully. Duncan played with his new toys until he dropped from exhaustion. While Conner thought the wrapping paper and boxes were the best fun of all. Everyone loved our visitors including our last rescue, Coonhound, Penne Pasta, who took treats from my brothers and accepted petting from strangers for the first time ever.

Dave and I feel very blessed to have these beautiful pets in our life. They make everything better by just being a part of it.
-Dr. Mar Doering
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It was truly a joyful experience to watch our rescued doggies, Conner and Duncan, celebrating their first ever Christmas and New Year as part of the Doering family.  Neither of our new boys have ever had a real home before.  Conner spent 8 years in a small puppy mill kennel and 1 year old Duncan lived on the street.  Being surrounded by love and people who can be trusted is a unique concept for them both.  Then, add to this, visits from many people who also fell in love with them, Christmas decorations, their own stockings hung on the mantle filled with special toys and treats and being surrounded by lots and lots of wrapping paper and boxes and it can be overwhelming for them unless you take some care.  We slowly introduced Conner and Duncan to every new person and adventure they encountered, and they did wonderfully.  Duncan played with his new toys until he dropped from exhaustion.  While Conner thought the wrapping paper and boxes were the best fun of all.  Everyone loved our visitors including our last rescue, Coonhound, Penne Pasta, who took treats from my brothers and accepted petting from strangers for the first time ever.  

Dave and I feel very blessed to have these beautiful pets in our life.  They make everything better by just being a part of it.
-Dr. Mar Doering
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