Welcome to Neumeister Animal Hospital

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

Preventative health care including wellness, dental, and geriatric exams

General and orthopedic surgery

Dental care and oral radiology

Radiology and Ultrasound

Test results within an hour - processed by a local laboratory underlying human quality control level regulations

    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.

     

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    Surgical Care

    General and orthopedic surgery

    Class 4 Laser Rehab Treatment

    Laser Treatment

    Class 4 Laser Rehab Treatment

    Henry Guentherman

    Preventive Care

    Preventative health care including wellness, dental, and geriatric exams

    Ultrasound

    Ultrasound

    Ultrasound

    Recent Topics

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    Splenic Hematoma

    July 21, 2016

    Warning: Some people might find the images in this article graphic! Continue at own risk.   A 10-year-old neutered male Australian Shepherd mix was presented for a second opinion after being diagnosed with Hemangiosarcoma. Hemangiosarcoma is a fast growing, highly invasive variety of cancer that arises from the blood vessels.

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    Sherry

    April 23, 2016

    Thank you Sherry for all the years of dedication here at Neumeister Animal Hospital, and making this a better place! Congratulations on your MBA and the opportunity for a new career!

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    Emotional Support Animals (ESA)

    January 30, 2016

    An emotional support animal (ESA) is a companion animal which provides therapeutic benefit, such as alleviating or mitigating some symptoms of the disability, to an individual with a mental or psychiatric disability. Emotional support animals are typically dogs and cats, but may include other animals. A person must meet the federal definition of disability and must have a note from a physician

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    Diabetes in cats and dogs

    October 22, 2015

    Type I diabetes - most common in dogs -  occurs when the pancreas is incapable of producing or secreting adequate levels of insulin. This is also called insulin-dependent diabetes. Obese dogs and female dogs may run a greater risk of developing diabetes later in life (6-9 years of age). Some breeds may also run a greater risk, including Australian terriers, schnauzers, dachshunds, poodles, keeshonds

    Meet the Team

     

    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.

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