Animal Hospital in Lexington KY

Animal Hospital Lexington KY At Locust Trace Veterinary Clinic, we realize pets are family. It’s stressful and scary when one of your furry family members gets sick or needs an operation. That’s why our Animal Hospital in Lexington KY prides itself on our friendly, caring staff. We’ve been in your shoes and know how frightening it is when your animal is sick and in pain. That’s why we treat your pets like family! Your Trusted Lexington Animal Hospital Our Lexington Animal Hospital offers wellness exams,…

When Cat Owners Should Call the Vet

​When do you know it is time to call your veterinarian in Lexington?  First and foremost, you have to know your cat to know the answer. This is done simply through daily petting sessions which help you learn about the normal “ feel” and physical condition of your cat.  Once you are aware of what is normal for your cat, it will be easy to spot when something is out of the norm for your furry friend. Monitor the follow habits to know when to…

Vet Clinic in Lexington Gives Access to Animals

Reposted from fcps.net Author: Tammy Lane • First Posted: Tuesday, November 01, 2011 Lafayette junior Madeline Torgerson comforts Clyde while the vet draws blood. At Locust Trace Veterinary Clinic, high school students can observe procedures and assist the staff. Students at Locust Trace AgriScience Farm work with all sorts of animals in the classroom and on the property, including in the new veterinary clinic tucked behind the administration building. The unique setup gives teenagers behind-the-scenes access to the public facility, where they learn about medical care, lab technology…

Locust Trace success feeds off students’ interest, aspirations

Reposted from kentuckyteacher.gov By Susan Riddell susan.riddell@education.ky.gov Lafayette High School (Fayette County) senior Camila Modica holds Brody while Dr. Lynne McMaine examines his ears at Locust Trace Veterinary Clinic. The full-service clinic, staffed by experienced veterinarians and technicians, provides Locust Trace AgriScience Farm students an opportunity to observe and assist. Photo by Amy Wallot, Sept. 28, 2011 Camila Modica owns horses, dogs, cats and rabbits. The Lafayette High School (Fayette County) senior loves her animals and hopes to be a veterinarian one day. She knows,…

Locust Trace Opens Doors to New Generation of Ag Science Education

Originally Published at bizlex.com by Tim Thornberry Lexington, KY – The role agriculture plays in society is extensive, to say the least, but that often goes unseen — or at the very least, it’s not a common topic of conversation. However, with food, fuel and fiber at the center of the agriculture industry, especially the world’s food supply, the need for educating a new generation on agriculture is necessary — if not critical — to future human well-being. The new Locust Trace AgriScience Farm located on…