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Boarding

Boarding

Currently, we only offer medical boarding for patients who need hospitalization. Want to hear the great news, though? We’ll be bringing our regular boarding services back in 2022! Stay tuned for updates as we make way for some fun changes. To get real-time updates, follow us at www.facebook.com/KnoxPetClinic. 

Ocular Medicine and Surgery

Dr. Siever has a passion for eyes and surgery, so naturally, we provide a range of ocular diagnostic testing, treatments, and surgical procedures. Some of the most common ocular procedures we perform for cats and dogs are:  Diagnostics Tonometry (eye pressure measurement) Schirmer Tear Test (to test dry eye) Fluorescein Stain (to identify injuries) Electroretinogram … Read moreOcular Medicine and Surgery

Hospitalization

Sometimes pets have an injury or illness that requires hospitalization. Knox Pet Clinic provides your hospitalized pet: Fluids: delivered intravenous (IV) or subcutaneous Medication: given intravenous, by injection or pilling Oxygen therapy: short or intermediate term Ongoing diagnostics: it may be necessary to run multiple tests on your pet, including blood work in our in-house … Read moreHospitalization

Pet Emergency

Serious health problems, injuries and illness require immediate care. When your pet urgently needs to see a veterinarian, Knox Pet Clinic offers quality emergency care, with veterinarians on call weekdays until 9:00 p.m. If you are experiencing an after-hours emergency, please call 309-342-1759 While we understand you might not be able to call in advance, if … Read morePet Emergency

Laser Therapy

Knox Pet Clinic is proud to offer laser therapy for our patients! Laser therapy can be beneficial for: Pain Management Nerve Regeneration Wound Health Inflammatory Diseases Post Surgical Healing Acute Musculoskeletal Trauma Rehabilitation If you have any questions about laser therapy, please call us at 309-343-6156.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

What is acupuncture? Acupuncture usually involves the insertion of thin sterile needles into discrete and specific points on the body to cause a therapeutic effect, but may also include other methods such as electrical stimulation and moxibustion. The point on the body is called “Shu-uxe” or acupuncture point (acupoint). The ancient Chinese discovered 361 acupoints … Read moreAcupuncture