In order to best care for our pets, we need to consider every aspect of their health, unfortunately, their oral health is sometimes neglected. Here, our New Ulm vets talk about periodontal disease in dogs, the effect that it has on them and how you can help prevent it from happening.
Veterinary Care for Pets & Livestock
We Surpass The Health Care Needs of Your Animals
New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center provides the core veterinary service your pet and livestock require to stay healthy, including vaccinations, wellness exams, internal medicine, herd care and more.
Giving Your Pets The Superior Care They Deserve
Comprehensive Veterinary Care in New Ulm
At New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center, we provide a full range of quality veterinary services to make sure your pet gets the high level of care they deserve.
Giving Your Livestock The Superior Care They Deserve
Providing Large Animal Friends With The Services They Need
Our New Ulm veterinary team offers experienced on-the-farm care for your large animals, including all the core care and emergency services they may need.
Giving Your Pets The Superior Care They Deserve
Treating Your Pet With Compassion and Care
Together, our friendly and professional staff has over 500 years of collective experience caring for your pets as if they were their own.
Quality, Integrity, Compassion & Service
New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center is a full-service animal hospital serving pets in the New Ulm region and beyond. Our site offers superior and comprehensive veterinary services from vaccinations and regular checkups to dental care and internal medicine. We've got all the pet care services you need under one friendly roof.
Welcome to Our New Ulm Veterinary Center
New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center is a full-service animal hospital offering comprehensive medical services for animals large and small in the New Ulm area.
From preventive care and surgery to diagnostics and radiology, the varied and broad range of services we have available can meet medical care needs for both pets and livestock. We serve Brown County, Nicollet County, Blue Earth County and the surrounding areas. Over the years we have developed a reputation of providing professional, superior care with a compassionate touch.
Whether it's the first time you bring your pet to see us or if you have been visiting our team of friendly vets for years, we will treat your animal like one of our own.
This clinic is the absolute best Veterinary Clinic you could take your pet to! The staff is extremely helpful, thoughtful and professional! I appreciate so much the expertise and care by the Vets! Your pet is always given the very best treatment!
Not from New Ulm but will drive to this clinic because the staff is outstanding. I have 3 vet clinics all 5mins from my house but will drive an hour to this clinic! Most friendly front desk and best customer service!
The staff, especially Dr. Baumgartner, have been extremely kind and sensitive to our feelings during Charlie's health problems and deciding what to do for him.
Large Animal Care
At New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center, we give the gold standard in comprehensive care for your livestock.
Our New Ulm veterinary team is here to provide you and your animals with high quality veterinary services on the farm. Our vets are happy to treat various large animals such as cattle, horses, sheep, chickens, goats, pigs, and other large and exotic animals.
The on-farm and ambulatory services we provide include preventive care, routine vaccinations, as well as minor surgeries, various herd health problems, treatment of reproductive issues and breeding soundness exams.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Whether you need information on common pet illnesses or require advice on parasite protection, our enlightening blog is full of helpful tips and advice from our knowledgable New Ulm vets. Our team strives to assist in keeping your pets happy and healthy.
Teething is something that you should expect when you decide to jump into puppy ownership. However, it can be frustrating when your puppy chooses to make a chew toy out of your favorite belongings. Today, our New Ulm vets talk about everything you need to know about teething in puppies and what dental concerns to watch for.
If you decide to raise a small exotic mammal it can be a very unique and rewarding experience, but you must be aware of the specific needs of your new pet. In this post, our New Ulm vets discuss some of the most common exotic pets to own and how to care for them.
Address & Hours
New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center proudly serves patients in New Ulm and the surrounding counties.
- Monday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
- Tuesday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
- Wednesday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
- Thursday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
- Friday: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm
- Saturday: 08:00 am - 01:00 pm
- Sunday: Closed