GOLDFIELD VET CLINIC SERVICES
Daily teeth brushing is the most effective way to maintain dental health, but can be very difficult due to time restrictions and pet willingness.
Elective Surgeries are routine surgeries that are scheduled in advance, including spays, neuters, declawing and removing dewclaws.
Emergent Surgeries are those those surgeries that need to be done immediately or with some sense of urgency.
Pets can sustain injuries that require orthopedic surgery to repair.
Wellness exams are very important in maintaining your pet’s health.
Vaccinations and preventive care are the best way to improve and maintain your pets health.
SICK PET CARE
In spite of all you do to keep your pet healthy, there are times that your pet gets sick or injured and needs veterinary attention.
For those times when you are unable to take your pet with you, we provide boarding for dogs and cats.
FLEA, TICK, HEARTWORM MEDICATIONS
The key to protecting your pet from fleas, ticks heartworms and ear mites is based on the use of the most effective products available.
Laser therapy is a non-invasive light therapy that reduces joint and muscle inflammation. This helps reduce pain, stiffness, arthritis, injuries and improves healing.
ON FARM CALLS
If bringing your horses to the clinic is not possible or convenient, we offer on-farm ambulatory services so we can provide the veterinary care your horse needs at your facility.
TEETH FLOATING (POWER FLOAT)
Routine teeth floating is perhaps one of the most forgotten or misunderstood veterinary service that a horse benefits from.
VACCINATIONS & DEWORMING
Proper vaccinations for your horses’ lifestyle along with a proper deworming strategy and annual wellness exams can help prevent diseases and keep your horse healthy.
Horses often have a mind of their own and will get into sharp things like fences or protruding nails causing lacerations.
Many shows and any out of state travel requires Coggins Testing and Health Certificates.
Pregnancy determination can be done as early as 18 days after mating with an ultrasound, after 120 days with a blood test or rectal palpation from day 45 to foaling.
Vaccinating the cow/calf herd and feedlot animals is vital in preventing disease as well as reducing internal parasite load.
Herd health is a combination of the above practices along with biosecurity, proper nutrition and environment to reduce as much stress on livestock as possible so they can produce at their optimum potential.
SICK ANIMAL CARE
In spite of herd health and proper vaccine usage, individuals within an herd as well as groups within an operation can still get sick and may need medications through the feed, water or individual injections.
REFERENCE LABS FOR SPECIALIZED TESTS
It is impossible for a veterinary clinic to be able to offer all the specialized tests that may be necessary to determine a specific problem or condition.
Ultrasound machines can detect masses and soft tissues problems that X-rays can’t.
Radiology (X-Rays) are often necessary to evaluate for fractures, arthritis, hip dysplasia, abdominal foreign bodies, bladder stones, as well as other conditions.
Bacterial infections can be resistant to some antibiotics, so in some cases it is better to culture (grow) the bacteria in an incubator and test it against common antibiotics to determine which antibiotic is the best one to use.
IN-CLINIC BLOOD ANALYZERS
CBC and Chemical Profile Blood Machines can detect and quantify infection, anemia, liver/kidney/pancreas disease, thyroid disease, electrolyte levels and estimate dehydration status to help quickly and effectively diagnose your pet’s condition so proper treatment can be started.