Bardstown Veterinary Clinic
1210 N 3rd St
Bardstown, KY 40004
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!
Winter is just around the corner so you don't need to continue using your flea, tick and heartworm prevention, right? Think again! There are some species of ticks that actually thrive in the cooler weather and fleas are actively looking for a warm place to stay as the temperatures drop. Now is the best time to stay vigilant on your pet's protection. We are happy to help you find a solution that fits your lifestyle and budget!
~ Online Pharmacy with Convenient Home Delivery ~
Running low on supplies but too cold or wet outside to make the drive to visit the clinic? We have a solution. Our online pharmacy is available 24/7 to place orders for your needs from food to medication and more! It delivers straight to your door and you can even set up automatic shipments for things you use each month.
Barktown Rescue is a locally operated non-profit 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. We even have t-shirts for sale in our clinic with 100% of proceeds benefiting their organization. Please click the link above to be redirected to their site if you are interested in more information.
~ New Tax Laws Affecting Veterinary Services ~
Effective July 1st, the state of Kentucky has issued a new policy that all services and products provided by small animal veterinary practices will be subject to a 6% sales tax. That affects us, unfortunately. Please know that it is not in our hands to control and if you have any concerns please contact your local and state representatives. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Everyone gets the itches now and again, even our pets. But when does it become more than just an itch? Pets, just like their humans, can develop allergies to things in their environment and diet. They show us that most often by scratching or chewing at their sides, legs, or feet. They can really hurt themselves, too. Pets that can't seem to get rid of their itch won't rest at night and that can keep everyone in the home awake, too. If your pet has thinning fur, bald patches, or red, irritated toes, it might be time to bring them in. We would be happy to help you and your family find some relief and maybe sleep a little easier at night.