Mobile Services

Mobile services are available the 1st and 4th week of the month on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 7am-9am.

Schedule in advance as we do fill up fast.

Mobile Veterinary Services

Tillema Veterinary Clinic offers mobile veterinary care for a wide variety of animal species up to 20 miles away from our clinic. Please call us to schedule your appointment. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Physical Exams

We want to be your partner in your pet’s care. Like any relationship, communication is important, and we hope you find value in your pet’s annual exams and check-ups. Bringing your pet to Tillema Veterinary Clinic for physical examinations is crucial to his or her health. We offer thorough physical examinations so that we can detect any potential problems before they become major problems. There are many pet health problems that can be avoided through regular physical exams, which is why we recommend that your pet has at least two examinations with our staff per year. While physical exams are critical to animal health, you can do your part too by being a vigilant pet owner. If you notice any irregularities with your pet, take detailed notes and bring him or her to our clinic for an examination.

Vaccines
Many of the diseases that can affect dogs and cats are preventable through proper pet vaccinations. Starting your pet on the right schedule early is one of the keys to a long and healthy life. Vaccines are special proteins that prime the immune system to fight off specific infections. They work in two ways: to reduce the severity of such diseases should they strike or to completely prevent infection.

There are several diseases that can afflict cats and dogs, but most pets can be protected from the worst of them if they are vaccinated properly. For dogs, these include parvovirus, distemper, and infectious hepatitis. For cats, these include panleukopaenia, feline herpesvirus, and feline calicivirus; for outdoor cats, protection can include feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukemia virus.

Laser Therapy
Laser therapy is a painless, non-invasive form of treatment that stimulates the body’s natural healing and pain control response. It can be used as a standalone therapy or as a complement to other treatment methods. Using a small, handheld device, the doctor applies a low-level laser to the area on question, stimulating normal cellular function. This results in faster wound healing and enhanced pain relief. Best of all, because laser therapy requires no medication or surgery, there are no harmful side effects.
Pre-Purchase Exams

Before purchasing a horse, a pre-purchase exam is conducted to identify any preexisting problems that may hinder a horse’s future performance and reduce buyer risk.

Pregnancy Checks (Livestock)

Ultrasounds can be used to determine pregnancy and to monitor an ongoing pregnancy. Our doctors help ensure that your livestock will have a healthy pregnancy along the way.

Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine includes the practice of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and diet. Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through the skin at strategic points along pathways called meridians. It is most commonly used to treat pain but is used for other ailments such as metabolic disorders, skin disease, and mental wellbeing. Acupuncture also affects myofascial tissue, a thin saran like wrapping that surrounds all muscles, muscle fibers, and nerves.

Herd Health

Tillema Veterinary Clinic can help manage your herd’s ongoing care to achieve optimum health. We’ll look at lifestyle, pasture quality, nutrition, and other health factors.

Colic

The combination of dehydration decreased forage, and inactivity all play a role in causing the dreaded ‘colic’. The accumulation of feed within your horse’s colon causes an impaction that manifests itself as abdominal pain. Early signs to watch for are decreased appetite and thirst and decreased manure production or hard manure. Other signs such as lying down or rolling, flank watching, and pawing are an indication that the colic is worsening. Call us immediately if you see your horse experiencing these symptoms.

Goat & Pig Hoof Trims

Are your goat or pig’s hooves growing too long? Call us today, and we will safely trim their hooves to a desirable length.

In-Home Euthanasia

They may be called pets, but we all know they become much more. They become family, and deciding when it’s time to let go is one of the toughest moments any pet owner will face. When the quality-of-life becomes a concern, our clinic understands the importance of a pain-free and meaningful farewell. For many, at home euthanasia provides a familiar, comfortable environment for the pet and private space for the family to grieve.

We also offer care for your pet’s remains through our partnership with Only Cremations For Pets. Please call for additional information on remembrance options for your pet.