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Orange City vet has joined with Pipestone Veterinary Services to provide even more resources to you, our growing and ever-changing customer.
Effective November 1st, you will notice a different name out front, but we will not change our commitment to providing excellent support for your successful farming operations and compassionate and professional care for your pets. We look forward to serving you in the years to come!
At Pipestone Veterinary Services of Orange City, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are as well as provide excellent large animal and swine care.
Dr. Gawen Zomermaand
Dr. Jeff Blythe Dr. AJ Smit
Dr. Logan Huisman Dr. Laura Vander Stelt
Pipestone Veterinary Services of Orange City
1601 8th Street SE
Orange City, IA 51041
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