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

    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.

     

    surgery

    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

     

    RecentĀ Topics

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    Titer vs. vaccinations?

    May 17, 2015

    We would like to share some more information regarding titers and vaccinations. A "vaccination" is the administration of antigenic material to stimulate an immune system to develop adaptive immunity to a pathogen. Vaccines can prevent

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    Safe Handling of Chemotherapy at Home

    May 17, 2015

    Since little is known about the potential harm, if any, to people who care for a pet that is receiving chemotherapy, unnecessary exposure to chemotherapy drugs should be avoided. Chemotherapy drugs are given to destroy cancer cells. While these drugs work on cancer cells, they may also affect normal cells. This causes some of the side effects some people and animals experience after treatment. Exposure

    Canine Atopic Dermatitis

    May 17, 2015

    Canine atopic dermatitis (also referred to as allergic dermatitis and canine atopy) is an inherited predisposition to develop allergic symptoms following repeated exposure to some otherwise harmless substance which is inhaled such as dust mites or pollen. Most dogs begin to show their allergic signs between 1 and 3 years of age. Due to the hereditary nature of the disease, several breeds, including

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    Panosteitis

    May 17, 2015

      A 6-month old German Shepherd was presented because of limping. During the exam Dr. Neumeister found that the dog was very uncomfortable with extension of the left front leg and was able to extend it only 30%. No fever was present. Radiographs of the front legs was scheduled to rule out osteochondrosis, osteosarcoma (bone cancer), fracture or soft tissue tears.

     

    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.