Caring People Caring For Pets
Nevada Veterinary Clinic, in Nevada, Iowa, is the area's leading veterinarian serving Story County and surrounding areas since 1987. We offer health exams, vaccinations, lab testing, prescription pet foods, heart-worm medication, flea and tick control products and much more. We also offer pet boarding as well. For all your pet health needs, contact Nevada Veterinary Clinic in Nevada.
"We love Dr. Murrell and his staff."
"Great Doctor and the team. Just amazing."
"We’ve visited a few vets to try to figure out our little ShihTzu’s digestive issues. Dr. Murrell thoroughly studied his recor..."
"We’ve visited a few vets to try to figure out our little ShihTzu’s digestive issues. Dr. Murrell thoroughly studied his records and, after examining him, suggested a med that so far seems to be solving the problem. His patient education is excellent! We are very grateful for our DILs referral."
"We are so happy to have found Dr. Paul and his staff. He is able to address the problems and concerns we have calmly and efficiently. I would recommend him to anyone. We know that Lacey is in good hands. Thanks"
"All the staff are so caring with my dog. Teddy loves to go, even if he there to receive an injection. Dr. Murrell is very knowledgeable and caring."
"I'm always confident taking my fur babies there"
"We love Dr. Murrell and all of the staff at the clinic! We have three dogs, so we’re pretty frequent visitors. Dr. Murrell an..."
"We love Dr. Murrell and all of the staff at the clinic! We have three dogs, so we’re pretty frequent visitors. Dr. Murrell and the vet techs handle each of their different personalities very well. He’s always very thorough and kind. We always get scheduled in a timely manner, and the price is always reasonable! I was worried about finding a new vet when we moved to the area, but we’ve been going to Nevada Veterinary Clinic for a year and a half now, and we love it!"
"They’re so patient even though my dog, a very mouthy German Shepard, moans and constantly expresses her desire to leave."