Marion Animal Hospital opened January 18, 2007, in Marion, Texas.
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Vet Australia welcomes Marion Small Animal Hospital, Mitchell Park SA 5043 provides friendly and personal pet care to the Mitchell Park community and its surrounding locations.
Our main value at Marion Animal Hospital is compassionate care for your pet. We realize that your pets are members of your family and we want to help you be able to take care of them in the best way possible. We want to try to ensure that they have the most happy and healthy life they can have. We are a small practice in size of facility, veterinarians, and staff, but the value we offer is great client service. We want to get to know you and your pet on an individual level and that type of bond cannot be easily replicated.
Meet Our Veterinarians - Marion Animal Hospital
Marion Animal Hospital - Marion, IA
Dr. Ryan Bock grew up on a dairy farm in Missouri and owes a lot of his love of animals to his family, especially his grandmother, who started the family in the dairy business. He did his undergraduate work achieving a Bachelor of Science degree at College of the Ozarks, a small college in southwestern Missouri. Dr. Bock then went to Veterinary School at the University of Missouri, and graduated with a DVM degree in 2001. Dr. Bock first practiced in Mediapolis, IA, in a mixed (large and small) animal clinic for 3 years, before purchasing Marion Animal Hospital in 2004. July 1, 1962: Recent Iowa State University veterinary medicine graduate, Victor Klopfenstein, DVM, joins Dr. Herman Strader and Dr. Al Evenson partnership in Marion and Central City as a full partner.
March, 1963: Dr. Evenson and Dr. Klopfenstein bought the Marion Veterinary Clinic from Dr. Garrett Zoet and renamed the practice Linn Animal Hospital.
Summer, 1964: Dr. Larry Wogahn began working for the Linn Animal Hospital. He graduated from Iowa State University in 1965 and became a partner on January, 1967. The early practice was 75% large animal and 25% small animal.
1970's & 1980's: Linn Animal Hospital flourished in spite of Rockwell Collins layoffs and changes in the Hog Cholera Virus vaccination protection and high interest rates.
1972: Dr. Terry Mangold joined the firm, and Park Towne Animal Hospital was built. It was then that Linn Animal Hospital changed dramatically to a 75% small animal and 25% large animal practice.
1981: Dr. Terry Mangold left the practice to move to his home town of Washington, Iowa.
1984: Dr. Allan Hogue joined Linn Animal Hospital for a short time.
1986: Dr. Mark Klopfenstein, Dr. Victor Klopfenstein's son, began working at Linn Animal Hospital and Park Towne Animal Hospital.
October, 1998: Dr. Victor Klopfenstein retired, and Dr. Erin Garman joined the Linn Animal Hospital practice, which became 100% small animal, as it remains today.Marion Animal Hospital is a full service small animal medical hospital committed to providing high quality medical and surgical care to our patients. Our doctors and staff are dedicated to making your and your petâs visit the best it can be, and strive to help your pet live the most healthy and happy life possible.The husband and wife team of Dr. Jeffrey Salatiello and Dr. Mary Beth Hamorski bring their 60 years combined experience to treat your small and large animal companions. Califon Animal Hospital is unique in being one of the few mixed animal practices in northwest New Jersey.