The Veterinary Approach

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Veterinarians employ state-of-the-art technology that is very similar to technology used in the treatment of humans. Veterinarians in private clinical practice work to prevent disease and other health problems in their patients. They examine animal patients, vaccinate them against diseases, prevent the transmission of animal disease to people, and advise owners on ways to keep pets and livestock well nourished and healthy.

When health problems develop, practitioners must diagnose the problem and treat the patients. Accurate diagnosis frequently requires the use of laboratory tests, radiography or x-rays, and specialized equipment. Treatments may involve a number of procedures including emergency lifesaving measures, prescribing medication, setting a fracture, delivering a calf, performing surgery, or advising the owner on feeding and care of the patient.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

OPEN (Emergency 24hrs)

9AM-5PM

Tuesday:

OPEN (Emergency 24hrs)

9AM-5PM

Wednesday:

OPEN (Emergency 24hrs)

9AM-5PM

Thursday:

OPEN (Emergency 24hrs)

9AM-5PM

Friday:

OPEN (Emergency 24hrs)

9AM-5PM

Saturday:

Emergency Only

24 HOURS

Sunday:

Emergency Only

24 HOURS

Testimonial

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I can't say enough about how much improvement I have seen in both my horses after just one acupuncture session with Dr. Drost. One mare went from unrideable due to back pain to comfortably competing the next weekend. Dr. Drost's treatment and aftercare instructions helped my gelding to successfully recover from a tieup and win BC a week later. I am so happy to have such a valuable resource available in my area."
    Ann Marie Barnett Smartsville, CA