We provide a large variety of prescription diets. A prescription diet is used by the veterinarian to help treat a specific condition such as skin allergies, urinary problems or kidney disease. During the examination, our veterinarians may discuss changing to a prescription diet if a problem is found. We carry prescription diets made by Purina Veterinary Diets, Hill's Science Diet, and Royal Canin.
We offer the following products for protection against fleas, ticks and heartworm disease: Frontline Plus (protects against fleas, flea eggs, ticks and chewing lice) , Advantix for dogs (protects against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes and biting flies), Revolution (protects against heartworm disease, fleas, ticks, ear mites, sarcoptic mange, hookworms and roundworms), and Interceptor (protects against heartworm disease, roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms).Heartgard (protects against heartworm disease, roundworm, and hookworms.
Microchipping provides a permanent form of identification for pets. The procedure is as simple as getting a shot. A tiny “chip” is inserted under the skin with a needle and syringe, just overlying the shoulder blades. Once it is implanted it will remain there for life and lost animals can be scanned to determine if a microchip is present. You can register the microchip online so that if your pet does become lost and is identified, you can be contacted. A pet can be microchipped during a routine checkup or while your pet is under anesthesia for another procedure. Our microchips meet ISO (International Standards Organization) standards for international travel requirements.
A health certificate is required by the United States Department of Agriculture for animals that are crossing state lines or traveling to other countries. This form is to be completed by an accredited veterinarian after a complete examination within 10 days of traveling. Once the certificate is issued it is valid for 30 days. If your pet is traveling by plane you should check with the specific airline for any additional requirements. In order to complete a health certificate for your pet we will need the address of where the animal is coming from and where they will be arriving. For international travel, each country often requires additional information and for some countries you will need to start planning as far as 6 months in advance. Please be sure to contact the specific country of destination to make sure you know what is required. You can find out specific state requirements by visiting:
or for international travel
Pierce Vet Clinic
707 N Brown St
PO box 657
Ellsworth, WI 54011
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