Quality Care for Large Animals
As a farmer or producer, you must ensure the health of your large animals and livestock — as well as the stability of your profits.
Our farm call veterinarian at Noll Veterinary Hospital is here to assist you.
Ambulatory services for cattle and horses, as well as sheep, goats, and pigs, ranging from routine vaccinations and pre-purchase examinations to correcting reproductive issues, performing lameness exams, and performing minor surgeries.
Kindly contact us if you have any questions about your specific situation or to schedule a farm call.
Experience in Large Animal Care
From breeders to producers and farmers, our large animal vet in Springfield provides compassionate care with an eye on health and safety.
Our large animal services include:
- Routine exams
- Routine vaccines to vaccinate herds against disease (W Nile EWT + Flu/Rhino, Strangles, & Rabies)
- Treatment for injuries
- Pregnancy checks
- Health certificates
We also have the most up-to-date equine dentistry equipment, such as devices for removing minor bone spurs, installing bit seats, and performing Performance Floating.
We are always available to provide guidance, advice, and effective diagnostics and treatment.
FAQs about Large Animal Services
- Which animals do you specialize in treating?
We specialize in treating horses, pigs, goats, chickens, sheep, deer, llamas, alpacas, turkeys, ducks, cows, and Donkeys.
- What can I expect at an appointment for my large animal?
We will check your large animal's overall health when we examine it during a routine exam. A comprehensive physical examination will be performed, and appropriate preventive care will be recommended. We'll also take the time to answer any questions you have about your pet's health and longevity.
- Do you make farm calls?
Yes. For routine health and reproductive issues, we make farm calls. Please call ahead to schedule your appointment.
- Can you assist with reproductive health needs?
Yes. We have been trained to assess, monitor, and manage reproductive health needs.
- Are you able to perform surgery?
- Will my animal need anesthesia? Is your staff trained to administer anesthesia to large animals?
The anesthetic needs of your large animal vary depending on its size, breed, and surgical procedure. Your vet knows how to anesthetize large animals.
We can assess your pet's needs and obtain your consent before administering any anesthetic.
- How long before I can have my animal return to its regular routine?
Your veterinarian will tell you when you can return your animal to its regular routine based on the specific circumstances surrounding a surgical procedure or health requirements.