Quality Vet Care for Large Animals
As a farmer or producer, you must ensure the health of your large animals and livestock — as well as the stability of your profits.
Our experienced exotic veterinarians at All Animal Clinic are here to help with in-house services.
We provide a wide range of in-house services and emergency care during our regular hours. Please contact us if you have any questions about your specific situation or to schedule an appointment.
Experience in Large Animal Care
Our large animal veterinarians in Leighton provide compassionate care with an emphasis on health and safety for both the animals and their caregivers, who range from breeders to producers and farmers.
Our services for large animals include:
- Routine exams
- Routine vaccines to vaccinate herds against disease (W Nile EWT + Flu/Rhino, Strangles, & Rabies)
- Treatment for injuries
- Pregnancy checks
- Health certificates
For horses, we also offer state-of-the-art dental floating, artificial insemination work, and breeding exams.
For cattle, we also offer birthing aid, prolapse, foot trimming, and treating other foot issues.
FAQs about Large Animal Services
- Which animals do you have experience treating?
We have expertise in the treatment of horses and cattle, sheep, pigs, and goats.
- What can I expect at an appointment for my large animal?
When we examine your large animal during a routine exam, we will check your animal's overall health. A full physical examination will be performed and appropriate preventive care recommended. We'll also take time to answer any questions you may have regarding your pet to help ensure their health and longevity.
- Can you assist with reproductive health needs?
Yes. We are trained in identifying, monitoring, and managing reproductive health needs such as breeding exams for horses and birthing aid for cattle.
- Are you able to perform surgery?
Yes. We can perform several surgeries including, but not limited to, c-sections, orthopedics, and soft tissue.
- Will my animal need anesthesia? Is your staff trained to administer anesthesia to large animals?
Your large animal's anesthetic needs will change based on its size, breed, and the surgical procedure being performed. Your veterinarian is experienced in administering anesthetics for large animals.
We can advise you how much your animal will need depending on its circumstances and will have you sign a consent form before administering any anesthetic.
- How long before I can have my animal return to its routine?
Depending on your animal's specific circumstances surrounding a surgical procedure or health requirements, your veterinarian will advise when you can return your animal to its routine.