- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
WE would LOVE to have you on our team! Please email or drop off a resume anytime.
Currently Available Positions updated 3/3/2017
Part-time Customer Care Specialist
Pat-time Veterinary Assistant
Full time Veterinary Assistant/ Customer Care Specialist
Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pet Hall of Fame!!
Here are some of our amazing furry friends that visit us at Lincolnway Veterinary Clinic!!
|Little Bit - she is so cute in her dress and pearls!|
|Paisley - I don't think Paisley minded the hospital stay at all..what do you think?|
|Soki - She is a regal gal who just enjoyed any attention she receives.|
|Lola - That pink jacket is perfect on her!|
|Max - Max liked to show us his trick of "Sit like a Gopher" or "Beg" when he was here! Nice job Max|
|Lambeau - He loved the box we put in the cage for him to hid in..made him more comfortable with his stay in the hospital.|
|Irish - Love this scruffy faced pup!|
|Disney, Gizmo, and Mocha - Almost the whole family in one pic just missing Abbi. They are quite the mix of breeds :) Love them all!|
|Allie and Abby - They were so excited to be reunited after they were seperated while recovering from their surgeries.|
When it comes to disease the best defense is a good offense. Your pet should be examined by a veterinarian at least once a year. Remember that pets age a lot faster than we do. Vaccines should be updated based on your pet's lifestyle. This is because some pets have different risks than others. Fleas, ticks, and mosquitos can transfer major diseases to your furry friend. Monthly preventatives will keep this from happening. We have several options for flea and tick and heartworm preventatives, so we can help you find the product(s) for your pet. Another important factor in disease prevention is routine dental care. Bacteria can quickly enter the blood stream of a pet with dental disease. We can help you find the right home dental product to help keep your pet healthy. We brush our teeth every day and still go to the dentist for a cleaning. The same is true of your pet! Pets should have a routine dental cleaning every three years (on average). Finally, the last key element in preventative health care is routine lab work. This includes a parasite screen (strays, raccoons, and other critters can leave microscopic worms in your yard), heartworm test, tick borne disease screening, blood work to check organ function, clotting disorders, infections or anemias. We offer preventative lab packages tailored to your pet's needs.
Puppies and Kittens
Congratulations on the new addition to your family! We are grateful for the opportunity to help your new pet make a healthy start. We should see your new friend around 6 weeks of age to start the vaccine series. If your pet is any younger it is still protected by the mother's antibodies. Puppies should receive a combination vaccine that covers distemper, hepatitis, para-influenza, and parvo virus at that time (DHPP). Kittens should receive a combination vaccine for feline rhinotracheitis, calici virus, and panleukopenia (FVRCP). At this visit we will discuss training, dental care, prevention, diet, and any other concerns you might have about your new baby. Your pet will also receive a complete exam.
Pet Food Recalls
Traveling with your pet? Here are some of the guidelines that you need to follow: