Small Animal Cancer Treatment

Veternary Ultrasound

Veterinary Ultrasound & OncologyKenyon Veterinary Clinic is excited to announce the integration of Oncura Partner’s Oncology and Ultrasound Services.

These services allow your pet to receive oncology management services, UltraSonix diagnostic ultrasound evaluations, and echocardiogram procedures.

Our new equipment provides us a whole new arena of diagnostic and treatment options, including :

  • Ultrasound-Guided Treatment
  • Organ-Specific Evaluation
  • Cancer Staging
  • Follow-up on Radiographic Abnormalities

Our use of these tools also includes access to expert radiologists, ultrasonographers, and an entire oncology medical team. These services can be found right here, at the Kenyon Veterinary Clinic.

Download an informative brochure about our services with Oncura Partners! (PDF Download)

Heartworm and Lyme Disease

Deer Ticks & Lyme Disease

Deer Ticks & Lyme Disease
Deer Ticks & Lyme Disease

Every year in Southern Minnesota, pet owners find themselves worrying about ticks and mosquitoes, especially in Rice County. It will soon be spring and these pests will be out in full force.

Lyme disease, brought on by ticks, and heartworm, caused by mosquitoes, can be extremely dangerous to your furry friend. If you find a tick on Fluffy, you must carefully remove it. If you discover a bite, be on the lookout for early symptoms of heartworm, such as lethargy and coughing.

Kenyon Veterinary Clinic, in Kenyon Minnesota, recommends Heartworm & Lymes testing and prevention annually. Most dogs exposed to Heartworm or tick-borne diseases do not visibly show symptoms. Annual testing is the best way to diagnose these parasitic diseases.

Call Kenyon Vet Clinic today for a Heartworm/Lymes combo test.  Our number is 507-789-6118.

Kenyon Vet Clinic, quality, and compassionate veterinary care, fairly priced.

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February Is National Pet Dental Health Month

February Pet Dental Month

Don’t turn your nose to Fido’s or Fluffy’s bad breath!

February Pet Dental CareThat odor might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage not only your pet’s teeth and gums but its internal organs as well. To address the significance of oral health care for pets, the American Veterinary Medical Association and several veterinary groups are sponsoring National Pet Dental Health Month in February.

These words are from The American Veterinary Medical Association’s pet health pages and they represent what we, the Kenyon Vet Clinic want to communicate for the month of February.

Kenyon Veterinary Clinic has the staff, knowledge, experience and technology to provide comprehensive dental care for your animal’s teeth and gums. We provide exams, diagnosis’, consultative services, cleanings, and extractions.

Call Kenyon Vet Clinic today for a dental appointment for your pet. Our number is (507) 789-6118 and we are here to help YOUR PET live healthy, and to help YOU be able to live with your pet’s breath!

Isn't it time for your pet's teeth cleaning?
Isn’t it time for your pet’s teeth cleaning?

Kenyon Vet Clinic, quality and compassionate veterinary care, fairly priced.
High Tech, High Touch – Kenyon Vet.