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.
General and orthopedic surgery
Class 4 Laser Rehab Treatment
Preventative health care including wellness, dental, and geriatric exams
July 3, 2015
Ceruminous cystomatosis is a skin disease of the ear in cats. It is thought to be a congenital (present from birth) or degenerative (progressive, often irreversible deterioration) and senile (weaknesses or diseases of old age) change. The condition affects cats of all ages, but cysts are more commonly encountered with middle-aged to older cats. Abyssinian and Persian cats seem preddispositioned. The
July 2, 2015
Meet ChiChi, a certified professional therapy dog that works at Loras College and Clinton Community College assisting students in a variety of ways. She and her handlers, Ty and Bianca Perkins, have been specifically trained to work together
June 10, 2015
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 a thorough exam, because (other than stroke) these symptoms
June 9, 2015
When coming in with an ill pet it is always important to provide Dr. Neumeister with as much information as possible, even if you think it might not be of importance. In one particular case Dr. Neumeister was able to diagnose Blastomycosis early on after the owners shared that the dog had been playing in the Mississippi River. Based on only the symptoms the dog's illness could have been mistaken for
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.