LATEST NEWS & TIPS
Spring is near. Before we know it all the snow will be gone and the grass will appear. This means that all the critters will be out, even the nasty ones. It is time to be thinking about your pet's heartworm and flea/tick protection. There are many products on the market including topical and chewable options. Please stop in today for a sample of our new chewable product Nexgard.
In the month of April we will be offering a discount on our Lyme vaccine. Lyme disease is transmitted from the bite of a deer tick. The Midwest is a very prevalent area for Lyme disease which is why it is important to take preventive measures. We will be offering a 15% discount on the Lyme vaccine. Call or set up an appointment off of our website using the request appointment icon at the top of this page.
We would like to inform our clients that Dr. Emily Schier is no longer working with us. She has chosen to accept a position that will allow her to be closer to her family. We wish her the best of luck in her new endeavor.
The Lena Veterinary Clinic in Lena, Illinois is a full service veterinary hospital that has been providing exceptional animal care since the 1940s. We assure you that our 9 doctors will provide cutting edge veterinary and client care.
The Lena Vet Clinic is a mixed animal practice that strives to provide personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual patient. We will work with you to develop a preventative health care plan that will best serve your pet and/or farm's needs. Take a look through our website to learn more about our staff, practice and services provided. Please give us a call to set up an appointment. We look forward to seeing you.
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Saturday: 8am - 2pm
CASE STUDY OF THE MONTH
History: Mia is a 16 week old German Shepard that was presented to the Lena Veterinary Clinic for a history
of lethargy, inappetence and vomiting for 1-2 days with no diarrhea. Mia had no previous history of any
other health issues or problems before this episode, but had been seen 3 weeks earlier for her first
puppy vaccination (distemper, parvovirus, parainfluenza, and adenovirus). At the time of the first visit,
Mia was found to be bright, alert and perfectly normal.
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