Dr. Courtney Brockman has recently opened the new Casey County Veterinary Services clinic at 190 Hustonville St. (across from A&D Supermarket) in Liberty. Brockman is no stranger to rural areas and the needs of farmers and pet owners. She grew up on a farm in rural Harrison County near Oddville, where her family raised commercial cattle and tobacco. After college, Brockman graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. When she returned to Kentucky, she worked in a veterinary practice in Irvine for three years before deciding to open her own practice. Brockman is able to be a mobile veterinary with her specially equipped veterinary truck and portable X-ray machine. She has been working cattle with local farmers for a few months and has enjoyed getting to know some of the Casey County cattle farmers.
Brockman sees small animals in the clinic, offering diagnosis, treatment, surgery, hospitalization, X-ray, laboratory testing, and dental work. She will be offering a line of premium pet foods in the near future. At the present time the clinic does not offer pet grooming services.
She is planning to expand the size of her building so she will be able to offer boarding in the future. The Clinic is currently open Monday-Friday 7:30AM to 5:00PM and on Saturday 8:00AM to 12PM. If calling after hours please leave a message and your call will be returned.
Categories: Veterinary Services