Heineke Veterinary Hospital Offers Compassionate, Quality-Care for Your Furry Friends In a Family Atomosphere
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Welcome to Heineke Veterinary Hospital
Heineke Veterinary Hospital, located in Alexandria, KY, was established in 1989 by Dr. Barry Heineke to provide professional animal care to the Northern Kentucky & Greater Cincinnati communities. His son, Dr. Brandon Heineke, joined the team in 2016 and in 2018 his oldest son, Nick Heineke, joined the practice as Practice Manager.
We’ve always believed that all pets are an extension of the family, and here at Heineke Veterinary Hospital we are just that, a family business. Our 7000-square foot veterinary hospital has been designed with you and your pet in mind, and to provide the highest level of services to everyone that walks through our doors.
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We highly recommend yearly physical exams, annual vaccinations and diagnostic testing using our point of care in house laboratory. This allows us to find any potentially dangerous health concerns for your pets.
We offer a vast array of surgical procedures to repair injury, eliminate disease, and provide a multitude of health benefits to extend and enhance the quality of your pet’s life. We offer soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
Spaying or Neutering
We are a very compassionate team. No matter the size, age or breed of your pet,
we’ll perform the spaying or neutering procedure quickly, safely, effectively and
with a minimum of anxiety or fuss.
Pet skin can show a multitude of diseases. If your pet is itching, scratching, scooting, or licking excessively please call us so we can get it checked out! This could be allergies, fleas, infections, etc.
At Heineke Veterinary Hospital, we use laser therapy on nearly all routine surgical procedures with client approval.
One of the best ways to keep your animal healthy is to ensure they receive vaccinations.