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|Food animal clients include cattle, sheep and swine and all are treated on-site in the Large Animal Clinic. Most frequently, clients bring their livestock to the theriogenology specialists for bull breeding soundness exams, treatment of bull breeding injuries, or for cattle pregnancy determination. Some tests are conducted on an out-patient basis, while other procedures require a clinic stay of a few days or an entire cycle. Ultrasound capabilities are readily available, as is general anesthesia for use as needed. Treatment rooms and surgical suites are equipped to accommodate large animals.
How to access our services
It is not necessary to get a referral from a local veterinarian. Animal owners or their DVMs should call the Large Animal Clinic for initial consultation and to make a specific appointment. Call 515-294-1500 for the Large Animal Clinic and ask to speak with the "therio" staff. The Clinic, as part of the Veterinary Medical Center, operates on weekdays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Large Animal Clinic schedules appointments on weekdays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
For emergency calls during non-clinic hours or holidays, call 515-294-4900 to reach on-call hospital staff.