Bardstown Veterinary Clinic

Bardstown Veterinary Clinic

Truman Tipton practiced both large and small animal medicine and surgery here until 2004 when he sold the practice to Dr. Seibert. After completing her education at Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Seibert brought her knowledge back home to Kentucky and worked with Dr. Truman Tipton. Having gained a year's experience, she then moved to Louisville where she worked at Sims Animal Hospital in Fern Creek for three years. While working at Middletown Animal Clinic during the following ten years, Dr. Seibert decided to move back to Bardstown. After a few years of commuting, she realized opening Bardstown Veterinary Clinic was the most positive career move she could make and after many discussions with Dr. Tipton, who was retiring, Dr. Seibert decided to open Bardstown Veterinary Clinic as her very own.

Bardstown Veterinary Clinic Products & Services: Companion Animal Health Care, Vaccinations, Companion Animal Surgery, Microchipping, Dentistry, Radiology, Boarding, Onsite Laboratory Services.

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Bardstown Veterinary Clinic Contact Information:

  • 1210 N 3rd St
    Bardstown, KY 40004
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  • Phone: (502) 348-2525
  • Hours Currently Open

    Monday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Tuesday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
    Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Thursday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Saturday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Social Posts for Bardstown Veterinary Clinic

These really are some great photographs!
For me, capturing real and candid moments is what photography is all about. This is one of those moments. My friend had just adopted Yzma and while we were chatting in the kitchen I was taking some photographs.

We've had a lot of clients calling and asking about the canine flu virus. This virus is new to our area and it is estimated that 80% of dogs who come in to contact with the virus will get sick. Symptoms are similar to the flu you are familiar with: fever, lethargy, nasal discharge, coughing and sneezing. Canine flu can be spread through direct and indirect contact. Boarding kennels, grooming facilities, dog parks, anywhere a number of dogs tend to congregate is a high risk area for flu to spread. If you take you dog to places like this, please get them vaccinated against canine flu! This virus is highly contagious and can make your dog more susceptible to pneumonia which can be deadly. Call Bardstown Veterinary Clinic at 502-348-2525 to set up a flu vaccine appointment.

My daily lunch date. He knows I usually pack something just for him. Happy Caturday!!

Today is Take Your Dog to Work Day!! This is much easier for some than others! Here is Socks, Dr. Seibert's dog. He is only being a little bit spoiled here at the clinic while Dr. Seibert is at continuing education!

Happy Solstice everyone!! Dr. Seibert will be out of the office for two weeks for continuing education followed by a well deserved vacation!! Dr. Todd will be filling in and we will continue to be open with our regular hours. Thank you so much and enjoy your summer!!

Sutures come out tomorrow and then ready to find her new home!

This is great! If someone ever wants to wake me with cake and ice cream I am on board!<div...

Look who finally gets to be out and about today! The Jaguar is torn between love for her and terror of her. Dr....

It is time again for Senior Sunday! This weeks featured pet is Weema and she has a face just made for snuggling!...

It is very important to read your labels even for your pets. Some food that were previously safe may not be any...