Alburnett Veterinary Service

Alburnett Veterinary Service
Alburnett Veterinary Service is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Alburnett, Iowa. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alburnett Veterinary Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alburnett Veterinary Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 35.

Contact information for Alburnett Veterinary Service is:
412 S Main Ave
Alburnett, IA 52202
(319) 842-2214

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Alburnett Veterinary Service has an overall ZapScore of 35. This means that Alburnett Veterinary Service has a higher ZapScore than 35% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Alburnett, Iowa is 35 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Alburnett Veterinary Service Contact Information:

  • 412 S Main Ave
    Alburnett, IA 52202
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  • Phone: (319) 842-2214
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HOLIDAY HOURS ------------------------------- Friday June 30th - Closing at 4:00 pm Saturday July 1st - Open until noon for boarding and retail sales. Monday July 3rd - Open 8:00 - 12:00 pm Tuesday July 4th - CLOSED. Enjoy your holiday! Wednesday July 5th - Normal hours (8:00 - 5:00 pm)

FIREWORKS ARE LEGAL! THUNDERSTORM SEASON IS HERE! WHAT'S AN ANXIOUS PET TO DO? 2017 could be a difficult year for animals with noise phobias. If your pet suffers high anxiety from storms or fireworks there are some steps you can take to lessen their stress. - Hunkering down with a good movie in the basement can greatly reduce the noise level. - If your pet has noise issues and you will be leaving them, a pet sitter can help keep them calm and occupied. - Keeping things low key can be a big help as well. If we baby them too much it just reinforces the undesirable behavior. In cases where your pet may be destructive to itself, others or property, medications can be used. This would usually require an exam and consultation to find the right medication. No pet should have to tough it out! You can get more info by going to and searching the behavior tab. Lots of info on desensitization and counter-conditioning.

Be Diligent but don't be Scared 2017 is shaping up for increased potential for heartworm disease, Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. Fortunately there are great preventives for these diseases--we just have to use them. The newer oral flea and tick preventives are very effective and we don't have to worry about bathing and swimming restrictions. Remember, seeing a flea or tick on your dog or cat doesn't mean the product isn't working-- the parasite needs to feed to ingest the drug. Heartworm preventives also control most intestinal worms as an additional benefit. For more information go to:

February is National Pet Dental Health Month but there is no bad time to clean your pet’s teeth. Signs of possible dental problems are bad breath, weight loss, reluctance to eat or avoiding chewing on one side of the mouth. Proper home care—brushing, chew toys and dental treats can stretch out the time between cleanings and improve your pet’s health. We have linked a short video from the American Veterinary Medicine Association on dental care. Give us a call (319-842-2214) to schedule a dental exam.
Dr. Sheldon Rubin, speaking for the American Veterinary Medical Association, gives easy, step-by-step instructions on how to teach a dog or cat to accept a d...