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 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 with the occasional small ruminant, cattle, pig, and whitetail deer. Our veterinarian is always up for a challenge and loves 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!
We have a tight-knit family here at Concord Veterinary Clinic. We Strive to provide the best personalized care for your pet. We do not believe in providing a "one size fits all" veterinary care, but instead, providing the care that is appropriate for your pet's unique lifestyle and age. Click here to meet our staff.
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.
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 catches the parvovirus. To learn more about this potentially deadly virus, click here.
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.....
This weeks spotlight patient is Wookie! She is a beautiful 2.5 year old French Bulldog. Wookie is a new momma to 5 beautiful, healthy babies, born by C-Section on Tuesday, March 24.
Interceptor Plus is our most popular and recommended heartworm preventative. It not only protects against heartworms, but also helps treat and prevent some intestinal parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms.
Credelio is our most popular and recommended flea and tick preventative. It is the safest on the market and pairs perfectly with Interceptor Plus.
12 months of Interceptor Plus - $15
12 months of Credelio - $35
6 months of Credelio - $15
12 months of Interceptor Plus
+ 12 months of Credelio - $50
12 months Interceptor Plus
+ 6 months of Credelio - $35
Heartgard Plus is another popular, beef flavored, chewable heartworm preventative. Like Interceptor Plus, it also helps treat and prevent intestinal worms such as roundworms and hookworms. Unfortunately it does not cover whipworms or tapeworms.
12 months of Heartgard - $12
Trifexis is a common, chewable heartworm preventative that also offers flea prevention, as well as treatment and prevention of hookworms, roundworms and whipworms. Trifexis is a wonderful product that is great for treatment of dogs that live in areas where ticks are not present or protection during winter months when ticks are dormant. Trifexis also offers protection to dogs weighing up to 120 pounds.
12 months of Trifexis - $30
6 months of Trifexis - $10
Having trouble remembering to give your dog his heartworm preventative every month? No worries! Once your dog is fully grown, a shot of Proheart 6 can be administered and it will provide 6 months of heartworm prevention. Unfortunately, unlike the oral preventatives, Proheart 6 does not offer protection against many intestinal parasites. Although, it is proven effective in the treatment of hookworms present at the time of administration.
REBATES: Only offered when paired with Simparica.
Proheart 6 + 12 months of Simparica - $45
Proheart 6 + 6 months of Simparica - $20
Simparica is a very popular flea and tick preventative used by many. It offers the same protection at a slightly cheaper price. This preventative offers a larger weight range, stretching all the way up to 132 pounds.
Simparica paired with Proheart 6 is a great option for dogs weighing over 100 pounds.
Paired with Proheart 6 - See above under Proheart 6
12 months of Simparica - $35
6 months of Simparica - $15
3 months of Simparica - $5
Revolution Plus is a topical preventative for cats that protects against fleas, ticks, ear mites, heartworms and intestinal parasites such as roundworms and hookworms. It is an outstanding, all-in-one product for any cat, especially the outdoor barn cat.
12 months of Revolution Plus - $35
6 months of Revolution Plus - $15
3 months of Revolution Plus - $5
Comfortis is the number one selling flea preventative at our clinic. It is used in the treatment and prevention of strictly fleas. It starts killing fleas within 30 minutes of ingestion and continues working for 30 days.
Having trouble getting a pill into your cat? We know, its not easy! No problem! Cheristin is the topical equivalent to Comfortis. It treats strictly fleas and is fast acting like Comfortis and starts killing fleas in 30 minutes while still lasting for 30 days.
Buy 3 and get one FREE
Dr. Klingler is the proud owner of Concord Veterinary Clinic. He graduated from Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. He is originally from Bronson, MI and returned there after veterinary school where he practiced both large and small animal medicine for the better part of 3 years. His special interests include orthopedics, complex surgical cases, allergies and cancer therapy. Dr. Klingler was actively involved in both 4-H and FFA and now enjoys helping out the youth with their projects for fair. In his free time, Dr. Klingler enjoys being outdoors, running, triathlons, golfing and spending time with his family.
Dr. Bethany joined our team in August of 2020 after graduating from Michigan State University earlier that spring. She grew up in Branch County and was very active in 4-H and FFA. She especially enjoys working with production animals and producers, but also enjoys small animal surgery and any opportunity to give back to the organizations that lead her to where she is today.
Kelsey is one of our licensed Veterinary Technicians. She graduated in 2013 from The Vet Tech Institute at the International Business College in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Kelsey’s special interests include dentistry, assisting in orthopedic & soft tissue surgeries, & providing the necessary care for critical care and emergency cases. Her favorite hobbies are softball, volleyball, camping, hunting, and spending time with family, her 4 dogs & 2 cats. She is pictured here with her husband, Doctor Anthony.
Shae is one of our licensed technicians. She joined our team in February 2019 and has been a wonderful addition. She graduated from the Michigan State Veterinary Technician program in 2008 and has worked in the veterinary field ever since. Her hobbies include spending time with her 2 daughters, parading with her beautiful Belgian horses and attending horse shows.
Siera is a farm girl, born and raised in Parma, Michigan. She has been with our family as a Veterinary Assistant since 2007. She was active in 4-H and was a 4-H leader for 10+ years where she showed rabbits, goats and swine. Siera's hobbies include hanging out with her husband and two beautiful children, pictured with her here, kayaking, camping, and exercising. Her favorite part about her job is the joy she feels when she helps animals in need.
Emily joined our practice in March of 2020 as a licensed Veterinary Technician. She graduated from
Baker College in 2018 with a degree in Veterinary Technology. Emily was born and raised on a farm in
Parma, MI and participated in 4-H for twelve years where she showed goats, rabbits, ducks,
and chickens. During one of these years involved in 4-H, Emily had a goat that gave birth to five kids and they
were featured in the Jackson County Citizens Patriot. Emily’s interest include dentistry, phlebotomy and behavior medicine. Some of her hobbies are going
for walks with her two Labradors, Colt and Maggie, pictured here with her, kayaking, CrossFit and being with friends and family. Not only does she have two dogs, but she also has four goats, three cats, a bearded
dragon and a pot bellied pig named Peaches.
Mershell has been a receptionist at Concord Vet for the past 20 years. She and her husband live on a 165 acre farm in Jackson where they raise Simmental beef cattle. Mershell is very active in 4-H youth and is the beef superintendent at the Jackson County Fair. In her spare time, she likes to go camping and babysit her grandchildren. She is pictured here with her 2 dogs, Lola and Kendra.
Brittany is our lead receptionist. She has been a part of the Concord Vet family since January 2018. She is usually the first person you see when you walk in the door or the first voice you hear when you call the office. Brittany's love of animals brought her to pursue a career here with our family and we are happy to have her. Brittany's hobbies include attending and participating in western horse shows with her daughter, fishing with her husband, spending time outdoors and enjoying family days at home. She is pictured here with her husband, Mike and daughter, Alexis.
Morgan is a veterinary assistant that joined our team in January of 2020. She is currently taking classes at Lansing Community College and plans to transfer to MSU where she hopes to attend veterinary school. Morgan is a 2 year member of the FFA and has been a part of the 4-H program for the last 9 years where she shows her horses in speed and pleasure classes. She was involved in the agriscience program at the Branch Area Career Center during high school which allowed out-program learning time that she chose to spend here with the Concord Vet family. We enjoy having her here and she does an excellent job with the animals and clients. She is pictured here with 2 of her 3 horses, Cappy on the left and Wyatt on the right.
Please send us a message or call the office for an appointment.
Concord Veterinary Clinic 412 N Main St Concord, MI 49237 US
Monday 8am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 5:30pm
Thursday 8am - 3pm
Friday 8am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm