Pet Exams

Ultrasounds

Therapy Laser

Spay/Neuter

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of payments do you accept?

For the convenience of our patients, we accept all major credit cards, cash, and Care Credit for our services.

What are your business hours?

Monday – 8am to 6pm
Tuesday – 8am to 6pm
Wednesday – 8am to 6pm
Thursday – 8am to 6pm
Friday – 8am to 6pm
Saturday – 8am to 12pm
Sunday – Closed

What services do you provide?

We provide many different services: our most popular services are pet exams, surgeries, spay/neuter services, ear trimming, feline lion cuts, animal dentistry, ultrasounds, and laser surgery.  For a full list of services we offer, please see our veterinary services page.

63 Years of Exceptional Pet Care

We are a three veterinarian practice interested in all aspects of small animal medicine, surgery, and reproduction. Please contact us for more info!

“I won’t go to any other vet clinic! They are spectacular, caring, and affordable and I trust them with the well-being of my fur-babies.”

Jessica S.Google Review

“These are the best veterinarians anywhere. They care about our pets, and have always been there when I needed them.”

Curtis S.Google Review

“Been coming here over 30 years! The whole staff has been good to my animals. They are reasonably priced.”

Diane H.Google Review

Pet Exams

A wellness exam should be carried out at least once a year and sooner if you have any concerns.

Surgery

You can be assured of the best, most carefully-administered pre-operative, surgical and post-operative care available anywhere

Spay & Neuter

At Strohbehn Veterinary Clinic, we would be more than happy to go over your spay and neutering options for your pet.

Ear Trimming

Dog’s ears can be trimmed to help the dog maintain their historic function since the shorter ears are conducive to some working breeds.

Pet Dentistry

As well as bringing your pet to us for animal teeth cleaning services, we would also recommend that you clean your pet’s teeth at home.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound is generally used by your veterinarian to see if internal organs and other tissues are normal and to see how they are functioning.