Additional Services Offered
What We Do
At All Creatures Veterinary Clinic we offer a wide variety of vet services for your animals. We believe investing in the health of farm families and their animals through low stress, quality, preventative veterinary care and education is key for a balanced, sustainable, rural way of life. We also provide important veterinary services for the sick animal such as in-house comprehensive blood work, ultrasound, digital radiology and orthopedic surgery.
Preventative Vaccinations and Herdworking
- Blackleg and Tetanus
- Growth Implants
- Quiet-Wean Nose Clips
Pelvic Measures/Tract Scores for Heifers
- Pregnancy Checks – Sleeve and Ultrasound
- Breeding Soundness Exams on Bulls
- Artificial Insemination and Synchronization Setup
- Minor and Major Trims
- Corn Removal Surgery
- Treatments for:
- Foot Rot
- Hairy Heel Wart
- White Line Disease
- Anaplasmosis, Johnes, BLV, BVD-PI, BRD, BRSV, IBR, Brucellosis, Tuberculosis, Trichomoniasis, and others if recommended
- Blood Profiles
- Phone/Office/Farm Consultation
- VCPR Program
- Tetanus is caused by a bacterium that can be found in soil and droppings just about everywhere. It survives in the environment for long periods of time. It enters the body through wounds, particularly puncture wounds if the wound is dirty. Puncture wounds on the sole of the foot are common sites of infection. Infection can be acquired via the intestines, after eating contaminated soil or droppings, through gastric or intestinal ulcers. In foals, infection can occur via the umbilicus (navel). The tetanus bacteria do not need oxygen and multiply rapidly in the damaged tissues at the site of the injury. They produce a toxin and it is this potent neurotoxin that causes the classical signs of tetanus.
- A contagious and fatal viral brain disease of dogs and other mammals that causes madness and convulsions transmissible through the saliva to humans. Skunks, raccoons, and bats are commonly rabies positive in TN.
- Caused by a bacterium, Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae (syn, insidiosa) that is found in most, if not all pig farms. Up to 50 percent of animals may carry it in their tonsils. It is always present in either the pig or in the environment because it is excreted via saliva, feces, or urine. It is also found in many other species, including birds and sheep and can survive outside the pig for a few weeks and longer in light soils. Thus it is impossible to eliminate it from a herd. The most susceptible animals are growing pigs, non-vaccinated gilts and up to fourth parity sows.
Hog Ring Insertion
Castrations for Larger Hogs
Highly Trained Veterinarians
The vets in our Morrison office have been providing excellent care to the local Equine community for many years. Our clinics pride ourselves on staying up to date on new medicines and surgical techniques while maintaining decades of experience from practicing senior veterinarians.