Boarding services are available for our existing patients that are up to date on vaccinations and have a regular exam- and vaccination history from our hospital. We currently do not allow beds, blankets, towels, toys, bowls or other items to be brought into the hospital. The only exceptions are food
Many of our existing clients might be aware of the Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Dr. Neumeister has been implementing since years for a variety different treatments. We have information about the use of laser therapy at the following link of our website: http://neumeisteranimalhospital.com/laser-therapy/ Now that laser therapy has entered its
We would like to share an email we received from Bianca Perkins who’s professional service dog ChiChi is sponsored by Neumeister Animal Hospital. On May 8th when ChiChi visited NICC. Cathy Davis (a Neumeister client) invited us to visit during finals week to help students relax and destress in between classes/final
We all had lots of fun spending time together at our holiday party. This year we went to “Pinot’s Palette” and painted some “majestic bovines” while snacking on great Greek food from The Corner grill on University.
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!
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
We had posted information about Xylitol and its danger for pets in the past, but need to revisit the subject because the number of reports to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center has increased notably. According to the center medical director Dr. Tina Wismer the center received 3,727 Xylitol-related calls in
Feline ceruminous cystomatosis 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
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 as a team to help meet the diverse needs of traditional and non-traditional
Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs older than 2 years. Especially Golden Retrievers seem to be more predisposed to it (lymphoma, melanoma, osteosarcoma etc) compared to other breeds. This might have to do with genetics, but the influence of outside factors such as nutrition and environment might