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Our team of vets in Sonora is equipped with the tools and knowledge they need to provide veterinary care for large animals such as horses, sheep, cattle, goats, and pigs. Our vets offer equine and large animal services such as routine exams, emergency care, and treatment for injuries. 

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IMPORTANT: We are currently unable to treat large animals or exotic mammals. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Large Animal Vet Care

If you are a producer or farmer, you need to make sure that your livestock and large animals are healthy — and that your profits stay stable.

Our vets at Mono Way Veterinary Hospital are able to provide ambulatory services as well as make ranch calls and house calls. 

The ambulatory services we offer consist of routine vaccinations, pre-purchase examinations, correcting reproductive issues, lameness exams and minor surgeries for horses, cattle, goats, pigs, and sheep. 

We can also provide you with a diverse range of in-house services and emergency care. Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have about your specific circumstances or to schedule an appointment. 

Veterinary Care For Large Animals, Los Gatos Animal Hospital

Experience in Large Animal Care

Our vets in Sonora provide quality care, with a focus on health and safety for animals and their caretakers.

Our services for large animals include:

  • Routine exams
  • Heard health consultations
  • Treatment for injuries
  • Vaccinations & parasite prevention
  • Health certificates & travel certificates
  • Reproductive services
  • Milk quality tests
  • And more

For horses, our vets offer equine dentistry (by appointment only), including devices to place bit seats, remove minor bone spurs, and perform Performance Floating.

Our vets are here to provide you with guidance, advice, and a diagnosis or treatment, whether you need to come to us or require us to come to you. 

FAQs about Large Animal Services

  • Which animals do you specialize in treating?

    Our vets specialize in treating horses and cattle,  goats, pigs, and sheep.

  • What can I expect at an appointment for my large animal?

    During routine exams, our vets evaluate your large animal's overall health. A full physical examination will be conducted and the appropriate preventive care recommended. Your vet will also designate time to answer any questions you might have regarding your animal to help with their health and longevity.

  • Do you make farm calls?

    Yes. We make farm calls for emergencies, wellness exams, vaccinations, reproductive conditions, injuries, and minor surgical procedures.

  • Can you assist with reproductive health needs?

    Yes. Some of the reproductive services we offer include artificial insemination (some species), rectal exams, ultrasounds for pregnancy, assistance with dystocias, estrus and ovulation synchronization, and more. 

    For more information about our reproductive services, contact us today.

  • Are you able to perform surgery?

    Yes. We can perform a limited number of large animal surgeries such as lacerations, small growths, abscesses, and some reproductive complications such as rectal or vaginal prolapses.

  • Will my animal need anesthesia? Is your staff trained to administer anesthesia to large animals?

    The anesthetic requirements of your large animals will vary based on their breed, size, and surgical procedure required. Your veterinarian is experienced in administering anesthetics for large animals.

    We can tell you how much your animal will need based on their circumstances and will ask you to sign a consent form before administering any anesthetic. 

  • How long before I can have my animal return to its regular routine?

    Depending on the specific circumstances surrounding the surgical procedure or health requirements of your animal, your vet will inform you when you can return your animal to their regular routine. 

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Now Welcoming New Patients

Mono Way Veterinary Hospital is accepting new patients! All of our knowledgeable vets are passionate about helping companion animals in Sonora feel happy and healthy. Contact us to schedule your pet's appointment.

(209) 532-5507