When your pet seems to be slightly off in its behavior, you might be witnessing the first signs of sickness. In most cases, animals will attempt to mask the symptoms and signs of their sickness. This behavior is a natural protective instinct used in the wild to prevent shunning and/or attacks by predators. Any subtle change in your pet's normal behavior could be an indicator of illness.
Dr. Stanley Niemann is a member of many veterinary medicine affiliations and associations. As owner and veterinarian, he provides comprehensive medical care to pets of all shapes and sizes. If your pet is experiencing a health problem, contact our office today. We're ready to help!
Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri: 8:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. — 2:00 p.m.
Wedneday, Sunday: Closed
It may vary from animal to animal. Some things to keep an eye out for are:
Top notch veterinarian clinic! Dr. Is a class act and the staff is very helpful, especially Kayla at the front desk! Do yourself a favor and bring your pets to the last Vet. you’ll ever need or want.
Amazing service from the staff and Dr. Niemann. It is obvious that he has a great love for the animals in his care.
I have had Dr. Stan ever since the clinic opened about 27 years ago for my show dogs and he is the best.
Kind, compassionate, very knowledgeable and I highly recommend him. Would be lost without him.
The staff at Freeburg Animal Hospital is committed to providing the best possible care to your pet. From routine medical care to surgical procedures, our staff is always on the lookout for ways to better serve you. Our veterinary technicians stand ready to assist Dr. Niemann in all aspects of pet care from surgery preparation to dental checkups. We'll use the latest in animal health technology to procure the best possible outcome for your pet's health.