Bardstown Veterinary Clinic
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Bardstown Veterinary Clinic, LLC BBB Business Review
1210 N 3rd St
Bardstown, KY 40004
Lisa Seibert, DVM
Welcome to Bardstown Veterinary Clinic
Bardstown Veterinary Clinic has been servicing the Bardstown area for over 25 years. Dr. Lisa Seibert has been practicing in this location since 2004. We offer a variety of services including vaccines, wellness visits, surgery, in house laboratory, and laser therapy. We strive to provide both you and your pets with great care and wonderful service.
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Never too late to start prevention!
Spring may be a fleeting memory and summer heat is in full swing. Keeping our pets free of fleas, ticks, and heartworm disease is a year-round struggle. With tick-borne diseases on the rise and fleas getting tougher by the year, we want to help you keep your pets safe. Please stop in or give us a call and we would be glad to discuss a plan of defense that fits your lifestyle and budget. 
New!!!!
For your convenience, we have added an online pharmacy to our services. We know sometimes it's easier to shop online, especially with most owners having busy work schedules and lives. Our pharmacy is a great resource for medications, food, supplements, preventatives, and more! Click the image below to begin shopping!
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Contact Us
Barktown Rescue is a locally operated nonprofit organization and we are proud to provide medical services for their animals. We are happy to accept donations of goods and funds on their behalf. Please click the link above to be redirected to their site if you are interested in more information.
Feeling hot, hot, hot!
It only takes a few minutes for hot to get too hot for our pets, especially in humid conditions. They don't have the ability to sweat like we do so they can't cool off as quickly. Hot pavement can burn the pads of their feet and a cracked window doesn't let as much air move as you think. Our older dogs and cats, and ones with short noses are at a higher risk. Make sure your pets have access to water and shade when outside and limit activity on very humid days. If you have any concerns that your pet might be overheating please contact our clinic and someone will be happy to help.