Check out who came to see us for their annual check-ups, vaccines, boosters and more last week! This handsome, 2-year-old Golden Retriever, Wyatt, was […]Read More
Pet-Approved Veterinary Services
Preventative & Wellness Care
Preventative care is key to your pet's overall health and wellness throughout his or her life; similar to your annual doctor check up. We offer annual vaccinations, flea, tick and heart worm prevention, puppy and kitten exams, nutritional counseling, behavioral problem guidance, senior and geriatric care and more to help your pet live his or her life to the fullest.
We pride ourselves on staying up-to-date on the latest advancements in veterinary medicine. We offer x-ray services, ultrasound, eye-pressure readings, heart monitoring and much more. We also perform blood tests to help diagnose your pet’s problem.
Our doctors are always making sure that they stay up to date on the latest advancements in veterinary surgery. Rest assured that when your pet is getting spayed or neuter they’re in the best hands. We also offer other surgeries from removing lumps to knee repairs. While here we will make sure that your furry family member is comfortable and stress free.
We offer specialty care in the areas of MLS laser therapy, cardiology, hospitalization, X-ray, advanced soft tissue surgery and more to help diagnose and treat any health issue your pet may face.
Losing your loved one can be extremely traumatic. Microchips are an important part of protecting your pet in helping him or her get home if they get lost. Marshall County Veterinary Clinic offers the Avid Friendchip, a very small ISO compliant microchip that can be placed in your pet at any time.
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Finding Families Everyday
We often have orphaned or homeless kittens that come from our community that are in need of their forever family. We provide them with a safe and comfortable home until they are adopted.
We test all of our kittens for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus and start them on routine vaccinations. After administering deworming medication and and performing a spay or neuter, our kittens are ready for their forever home.
Marshall County Vet Blog
A recent report by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) indicates that there may be a connection between canine heart disease and diet — […]Read More