Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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We conduct regularly scheduled reproductive exams for pregnancy diagnosis, synchronization of estrus, and evaluation of uterine health.
Used on herd health exams for earlier pregnancy diagnosis, accurate identification of ovarian structures, twin diagnosis, and confirmation of abnormalities such as pyometra or early embryonic death.
Our veterinarians have the capability to come on to the farm to process calves including vaccinating, implanting, dehorning, castrating, and deworming, as well as pregnancy exams on beef cattle.
Used to diagnose traumatic fractures or septic joints in food animals.
Our lab enables us to analyze mastitis causing pathogens on a hard level as well as on an individual animal basis to aid in treatment of decisions.
The haul in facility is used for processing cattle and doing breeding soundness exams on bulls with the ability to rotate for lameness diagnosis and corrective procedures.
We aid our clients to standardize procedures on farms to promote efficiency and help to minimize procedural drift.
We perform corrective surgery on dairy cattle such as correction of displaced abomasum, umbilical hernia, c-sections, and perineal urethrostomy.
The intervention in obstetrical emergencies including uterine torsion, abnormal presentation such as breech or twins, and removal of emphysematous fetuses.
As veterinarians we help to instruct farm employees on the best ways to carry out certain tasks.
We offer diagnosis and treatment of ill or injured livestock 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.