Welcome to Neumeister Animal Hospital

EST. 1951 by William C. Neumeister

Dedicated to providing your pet with high quality preventive, diagnostic,
and surgical care in a comfortable, caring environment.

Our business hours are:

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon

3675 Crescent Ridge, Dubuque, IA 52003, Phone (563)582-8417, Fax: (563)582-3013


In order to provide excellent, state-of-the-art medical care, while maintaining reasonable prices, we ask that all services be paid upon completion. We accept cash, check, Master Card and Visa.

To protect against the spread of disease, all in-hospital patients, including those in for boarding, must have current vaccinations for the common communicable diseases.

Calling ahead for prescription refills is recommended.


Case of the Week

Last week a dog owner called us in panic because her elderly dog (Shelby) suddenly had difficulty walking and was falling over. She was also tilting her head, the eyes were rotating in a circle and flicking back and forth, and up and down. 
The owner thought that her dog might be having a stroke. We had her come over immediately. Doctor Neumeister did an thorough exam, because (other then stroke) these symptoms could also point to conditions like infections, tumors or inflammatory diseases. Dr. Neumeister was relieved to report that her diagnosis was neither of the above concerns, but instead was Benign Idiopatic Vestibular Syndrome. It refers to a sudden, non-progressive disturbance of balance. It is more common in older dogs, and is also referred to as old dog vestibular syndrome.

This was great news because the symptoms of this condition seem really bad, but it usually gets better on its own with little or no treatment! Click here to read more...

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Here's a cool video we recorded the other day!

During an Ultrasound on a client's dog we captured a drop of urine passing from the kidney to the bladder.

 

Long Axis View of Canine Bladder: Urine emerging near sphincter from ureter papilla.


Jodi and Peg during dental cleaningDental Disease

Oral disease will affect the overall health of your pet greatly. Especially heart-, liver- and kidney disease can be the result of bacteria from bad teeth. Call us at 563-582-8417 to have Dr. Neumeister examine your pet's mouth to see if a dental cleaning is needed.

 

Move your cursor over the pictures below. See a difference?

Find out why it is important to have Dr. Neumeister examine your pet's teeth and mouth by clicking here

(Warning: photos show dental disease. Please don't view if this makes you uncomfortable)

dental difference
dental difference

 


Photo of Miga See how this cute Golden Retriever named Miga will make a difference in cancer research by being a participant in Morris Animal Foundation's Golden Retriever Lifetime Study by clicking here.  

Please microchip your pet!

For more information about Microchipping click here.

We Offer Laser Therapy
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