Our full service facility offers the space and convenience to simultaneously accommodate numerous species of livestock in a safe and comfortable manner. The clinic is divided into two primary sections, one accommodating production livestock, and one specialized for our equine patients as well as an in house laboratory and pharmacy.
The state of the art equine division is equipped with breeding stocks, reproduction lab, a farrier room, imaging area, and lameness examination area to enable our team of veterinarians to accurately diagnose and effectively treat our equine patients.
Countryside Large Animal also houses a full-service surgery suite with padded induction and recovery stalls, as well as a viewing room for owners of surgery patients. A separate standing surgery area offers an alternative space for laceration repair and procedures not requiring anesthesia.
We provide heated ICU stalls for our critical patients. These stalls are monitored by camera as well as by our on call veterinarian. This unit may also be utilized for monitoring expectant mares. Outdoor, covered stalls are available for outpatients and less critical cases.
Our in-house laboratory allows our highly trained staff to further process basic blood work including Chemistry Panels, Fibrinogen, and Complete Blood Count for further diagnostics.
Our extensive pharmacy alongside our retail center makes CLAVS your one stop veterinary shop. From fall and spring vaccines, de-wormers, and fly sprays to pain management and first-aid supplies we have the means to fulfill all of your livestock needs. We also offer top of the line feed and mineral supplements as well as grooming and barn supplies. If we do not have what you are looking for, we are willing to order products direct from the manufacturer to help reduce your search.
Our production livestock facilities allow for the handling of cattle, swine, sheep, goats and camelids safely and with ease. Facilities are equipped with an unloading alley, portable hydraulic chute, and surgery suite for surgical procedures including cesarean section and dystocia. This section also includes a small ruminant area enabling staff members to isolate and treat pigs, sheep, and goats.