If you live in Carrollton or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Drs. Aaron and Samantha Maberry are licensed MO veterinarians, treating all types of animals. Your animals’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve. We’re pleased to offer the following services for large animals at Carroll County Veterinary Services.
Yearly exams are an integral part of your pet’s overall health and longevity. Problems can be addressed early with thorough routine veterinary care.
Vaccines and preventative products are also key to keeping your horse happy and healthy.
We provide individualized and pragmatic care for every patient we work with. The expertise of our clinicians makes us well equipped to handle a wide variety of complex medical conditions your horse may have.
Large Animal Services
Carroll County houses a large inventory of vaccines, dewormers, supplements, or antibiotics needed to keep your herd healthy and thriving. We can also troubleshoot problems occurring on the farm and figure out the best plan moving forward.
Bull Soundness Exams
We will help assess the libido and serving capacity of your bull and provide you with accurate reportings of the results.
In-House BVD Testing
BVD or Bovine Viral Diarrhea is one of the most economically significant diseases in both beef and dairy cattle. There are several diagnositic tests that our in-house lab can provide you with to help prevent BVD in your cattle.
Accurate pregnancy diagnosis in livestock is achieved via ultrasonography. Pregnancy in cattle diagnosed as early as 30 days, fetal sexing, and AI vs. Bull bred can be determined via ultrasound. We also have a small animal ultrasound available for the doctors to get a more comprehensive look at the abdomen if needed.
We ensure heifers are provided with the latest advances in nutrition, reproduction, health and effective stockmanship techniques.
We provide after-hours emergency services for both companion animals and livestock. Call 660-542-6149 for the after-hours veterinarian.