B oone Veterinary Hospital
Elizabeth McClure DVM     Stephanie Henry, DVM     Gretta Albrecht, DVM 2128 Mamie Eisenhower Avenue   Boone, Iowa 50036   Telephone: 515-432-4601
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Boone Veterinary Hospital Serving Boone Iowa and Surrounding Communities | Elizabeth McClure DVM Owner | Underwater Treadmill Rehabilitation for Pets
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES For Clients until 10:30 pm  call 515-230-3796 After 10:30 pm call  Iowa State University  515-294-4900 or Iowa Veterinary Referral Center  515-727-4872
FAX 515-432-6922
HOURS OF OPERATION  Monday - Friday OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 8:00 am - 6:00 pm SUNDAY KENNEL PICK-UP 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Pet Vaccinations

PROTECT YOUR PUPPY AND YOUR ADULT DOG Diseases spread by other animals are an ever-present threat to the health of your pet. We live in a high-risk area for diseases spread by other animals such as ticks and mosquitoes.  Vaccines are an important protection for your dog. DHLPP:  This vaccine is for canine distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis and leptospirosis.  These diseases are typically spread by dogs, foxes, coyotes, raccoons and rodents. Rabies:  This viral disease is fatal for dogs and cats.  Rabies is almost always transmitted via the bite of a rabid animal (often a skunk, raccoon, fox or bat). Bordetella:  This vaccine is for an upper respiratory infection that is highly contagious between dogs.
VACCINES ARE IMPORTANT FOR BOTH INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CATS FVRCP:  This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline Leukemia:  The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Rabies:  Rabies is transmitted through bite wounds and is highly contagious.
Saturday Appointments 8:30 am to 12 Noon
B oone Veterinary Hospital
Elizabeth McClure DVM   Stephanie Henry, DVM Gretta Albrecht, DVM      2128 Mamie Eisenhower Avenue   Boone, Iowa 50036   Telephone: 515-432-4601
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PROTECT YOUR PUPPY AND YOUR ADULT DOG Diseases spread by other animals are an ever-present threat to the health of your pet. We live in a high-risk area for diseases spread by other animals such as ticks and mosquitoes.  Vaccines are an important protection for your dog. DHLPP:  This vaccine is for canine distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis and leptospirosis.  These diseases are typically spread by dogs, foxes, coyotes, raccoons and rodents. Rabies:  This viral disease is fatal for dogs and cats.  Rabies is almost always transmitted via the bite of a rabid animal (often a skunk, raccoon, fox or bat). Bordetella:  This vaccine is for an upper respiratory infection that is highly contagious between dogs.
VACCINES ARE IMPORTANT FOR BOTH INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CATS FVRCP:  This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline Leukemia:  The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Rabies:  Rabies is transmitted through bite wounds and is highly contagious.
PET VACCINATIONS