Stewardson Hardy DVM

2409 W Main St
Clarksville TX 75426
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I have been taking my large animals to Dr. Stewardson for years. The large animal veterinarian at the A&M vet clinic in college station highly recommended him. Folks drive from all over the country just to see him; the knowledgeable ones desiring expert animal care. We drive 30 miles each way to see him. EXAMPLE: On Memorial Day weekend (Sunday(!) as a matter of fact!) HE answered the phone! I was only expecting VM! I had a baby calf born 48 hours prior, unable to stand, feet turned under...joints swollen. I had tried forcing him to stand, used an esophageal tube with colostrum, had tried everything in my power. Figured he would die since it was a holiday weekend and rain storms were forcast for the next three days! ☹️ Dr. Stewardson left an injection outside in a plastic bag for me to come and pick up (Sunday) as I had a pretty long drive ahead. He told me I could pay him later. Try finding that kind of service in a big city!! I gave the calf the injection of steroid and antibiotic, and the next day he stood briefly. I was encouraged, but still didn't expect the little guy to make it Four days and he still had not nursed. I was exhausted from having him straddle an ice chest to straighten his legs & beg a tiny pint of milk down him. The mama was fiercely defending him all the time! He was a fighter and kept trying to drink even though he was getting weaker! Finally, on Tuesday, I took him to Dr. Stewardson and he got another shot. I told him my situation, that the mama was willing to nurse him, and the weak calf wanted to nurse, I just could not handle them both to make the connection! He and his staff in the back said if I bring in Mama it would be no problem at all and they would work with the cow&calf until he was able to nurse. I drove back home, loaded Mama, drove back, and within 10 minutes they had the calf nursing....for 20 minutes! Cow/calf stayed 3 days! ���� Today he is running around in the pasture, playing with mom! Bill<$70. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Dr. Hardy Stewardson, DVM and Dr. Bert Ellsworth, DMV