Livestock Clinic Facilities

Our clinic offers an enclosed, heated and full service cattle handling facility, cattle stalls equipped for short term and long term patient care, and a video surveillance system that allows for 24/7 patient monitoring. Our clinic is also equipped with a surgical suite with gas anesthesia.

Lodi Vet Livestock Clinic Facilities

Cattle Handling

Lodi Veterinary Care has a completely enclosed, heated, full-service, haul-in cattle handling facility.  The space is equipped with two unloading bays, a semi unloading ramp, multiple sort pen and gaits, a hoof trimming chute, and a hydraulic chute with scale.  These features make it possible for cattle to be moved through safely and efficiently.  Our facility is cleaned in between each load of cattle to aid in the prevention of disease transmission.  If you have one animal or would like to bring in the whole herd, we can help.

​Services offered include:

  • Vaccinating
  • Dehorning
  • Castration
  • Implants
  • Semen evaluation
  • Pregnancy diagnosis
  • Advanced reproduction services
  • Lameness Evaluation and Hoof Trimming
  • Health Certificates

Lodi Vet Care Cattle Handling Video

Hospital Boarding

Our hospital facility has individual stalls and pens to accommodate your animals for both short and extended periods of time. While staying in the hospital, your animal will be closely monitored and cared for by our team of doctors and technicians. Critical cases can be monitored overnight by a doctor via camera.

​Reasons to board an animal at our hospital include:

  • Pre-surgical management
  • Post-surgical recovery or bandage changes
  • I.V. fluid treatment
  • Repeat medical treatment
  • Maternity observation

Surgical Suite

We have an in house surgical suite, which allows us to perform various surgical procedures. This enables us to control the environment, closely monitor animals during the surgery, and use gas anesthesia for lengthy procedures. After surgery, animals can stay in the hospital boarding facility for continued monitoring and treatment as necessary.

​Surgical procedures performed include:

  • Displaced abomasum correction
  • Cesarean section
  • Hernia repair
  • Gastrointestinal emergencies
  • Enucleation (eye removal)
  • Flexural deformities-tenectomy
  • Septic joint flushes
  • Wound repair
Urgent Care for Companion Animals & Emergency Services for Equine & Livestock | 608.592.3232 | 705 N MAIN ST LODI, WI 53555

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