Concord Veterinary Clinic is a full service veterinary medical facility that provides everything from routine wellness exams, vaccines, spays/neuters, to emergency and critical care, major surgical procedures, cancer therapy, and hospitalization. The clinic offers in-house bloodwork, x-rays, ultrasound, cold laser therapy, and a fully stocked pharmacy. This allows us to diagnose and treat most patients in the clinic and in a timely manner. After hours emergency care is also available for our established clients. Our experienced team at Concord Veterinary Clinic strives to provide you with the best, most up to date medical care, all while maintaining that small town, personal feel!
Here at Concord Veterinary Clinic, we service predominantly small animals and whitetail deer, with the occasional small ruminant, cattle, and pigs. Our veterinarians are always up for a challenge and love the variety in the veterinary medical field.
For the safety of your pet and other furry and human guests in our clinic, please make sure all pets are secured on a leash or in a carrier when visiting Concord Veterinary Clinic. Even the nicest pets have a bad day!
Now offering laparoscopic artificial insemination and embryo transfer for deer, sheep and goats.
Lyme disease in dogs is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world, but it only causes symptoms in 5-10% of affected dogs. So some dogs may have it, but never show symptoms.
Learn more about lyme disease by clicking the link below.
Ticks and mosquitoes are already out with a vengeance! Keep your pets protected with the following products...
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We have a variety of recommended products to make sure your furry friend is free of fleas, ticks and Heartworms. Click here to learn more.
Heartworms are spread through the bites of mosquitos that carry the infective heartworm larvae. These larvae then migrate through the dog’s body until they reach the heart and blood vessels within the lungs, a process that takes approximately six months.
As part of our mission to lead the public in the understanding of heartworm disease, we are constantly developing informational tools and resources for pet owners.
85% of all dogs and cats over the age of 3 have some degree of periodontal disease. This may begin with a slight amount of tartar, plaque or inflammation of the gums. If left untreated.....
Parvo in dogs is a 100% preventable disease, however, all new puppy owners and breeders need to be aware of the risks of parvo, how to prevent it, and what to do if a puppy contracts the parvovirus. To learn more about this potentially deadly virus, click here.