We Look Forward to Working with You!
Meadows Veterinary Clinic first opened its doors in 1993. Since then, we have expanded our talented staff and our facility to better suit the community's needs for dog and cat care. We specialize in general health services with emphasis on disease prevention.
Our services include: preventative care physical exams and vaccinations, senior wellness care, parasite prevention and treatment, spay/neuter/general surgeries, professional dental cleanings and extractions, illness care and hospitalization, digital X-rays, diagnostic blood analysis and other testing, microchip implantation, and laser therapy.
We understand your hectic schedule and offer convenient "drop off" services. We welcome questions and strive to provide you with all the information we can so that you can make the best choices for your pet!
Call us today at 309-694-0505 to schedule an appointment or fill out the New Client Form below so that we can contact you!
We appreciate the privilege of serving your family's pet care needs and we would like the opportunity to show our compassionate care to other members of our community! Please let us know who referred you to us so that we can thank them with a $20 account credit!
Creating a Less Stressful Veterinary Visit
Coming to the clinic doesn't have to be outside your pet's comfort zone! Check out the link below for tips on how to make your next visit an easier one.
-Heartworm disease is spread through the bite of a mosquito.
-Heartworm disease has been diagnosed in all 50 states!
-In Illinois (so far for 2018), roughly 1 out of every 87 dogs tested through Antech or Idexx laboratories was positive.
-Dogs do not show symptoms of heartworm disease until their condition is advanced. Symptoms do not generally appear until at least 6 to 7 months after the infected mosquito bite occurred.
-Symptoms may include: lethargy, loss of appetite, weight loss, cough, loss of stamina, or swollen abdomen.
CLICK HERE to learn more about Heartworm disease!
It's Storm and Firework Season!
Many pets experience anxiety related to storms or loud noises. Follow this link for helpful tips on how help your pet feel more secure: