COVID-19 What You Need To Know

We are dedicated to providing excellent health care for your family pets and livestock. During this Coronavirus pandemic, we are planning to continue being here for your veterinary service. There are some steps that we are taking to ensure the safety of our veterinary team, clients and patients.

1. Any employee who has any symptoms will be staying home from work and getting tested for coronavirus when appropriate.

2. We are working hard to continue good sanitation and disinfection protocols within our building

3. We are being very diligent about routine hand washing for all employees and also our clients.

4. We ask any person who has concerns about entering our building or who may be exposed or carrying the virus to call us before coming into building. We can assist you by coming to your vehicle and helping with your animal or delivering pet medications/ foods to your vehicle.

5. We have an online pharmacy for your pets needs. They will deliver to your home so you can continue your pets medicines, foods, heartworm and flea & tick preventives without having to pick up at the clinic.

Pet Wellness

Learn more about our pet wellness below!

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 Eyota Veterinary Clinic Pet Wellness

Wellness exams offer a great source of information about your pet’s health and well-being. At Eyota Veterinary Clinic, our skilled and experienced team uses wellness exams to catch health issues before they become problems.

Senior Pet Wellness

Our senior wellness program allows us to help increase your pet’s life span and quality of life through proactive preventive health care.

When your cat or dog reaches 7 years of age, it’s considered a senior pet. Chronic conditions can develop before signs are noticed. Our team recommends continuing with annual wellness exams. A urinalysis, fecal exam, and blood testing should also be done once a year.

Eyota Veterinary Clinic offers senior wellness screening to monitor the health of our senior patients. Services include:

• Annual wellness exam

• Complete blood count (CBC)

• Blood Chemistry Panel

• Thyroid

• Urinalysis

• Fecal exam

Canine Vaccinations

Depending on the age of your beloved dog, it is imperative that you keep your dog’s vaccinations up-to-date. At Eyota Veterinary Clinic, our team believes that for the safety of your dog, all vaccines should be administered. However, which ones and when would depend on your dog’s circumstances.

• Distemper Vaccination (DHPP)

• Lyme and Leptospirosis Vaccination

• Rabies Vaccination

• Kennel Cough Vaccination (Bordatella)

If your dog is over 16 weeks old and you do not have proof of a recent or previous vaccination, Eyota Veterinary Clinic will have to administer the distemper vaccine again, 1 month after the first vaccination at our clinic. Please call to learn more.

Feline Vaccinations

Your kitten should receive its first vaccination at 8 weeks of age. Many recommended vaccinations are to prevent diseases that could be potentially fatal to your cat. Let the staff at Eyota Veterinary Clinic guide you through the vaccination process.

• Distemper Vaccination

• Feline Leukemia Vaccination

• Rabies Vaccination

For a healthy and happy cat our team strongly advises vaccinations. Cats can be vaccinated from an early age and should have cat booster vaccinations routinely. Older cats’ immunity can decline which is why vaccinations are of benefit to cats of all ages. Call today for your appointment.