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10334 W State St
Star, ID 83669

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Star Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Zachary Bruneel moved to Star Idaho in April 2004 with his wife Lisa and growing family to finalize the construction of the Star Veterinary Clinic. It would soon be finished and open for business in August 2004. They saw an opportunity to move back to the area from Moses Lake Washington to be closer to family and take the opportunity to serve the growing population.

Since then, Dr. Bruneel and his amazing and dedicated staff members (numerous over the years) have seen many of the pets of the good people in the surrounding towns of Star, Emmett, Middleton, Caldwell, and Meridian You will no doubt see some of his big family, if not all of them on a summer night at the lake boating or skiing on a Saturday at the ski hill in February.


Your pets deserve professional, loving care. We are committed to meeting a high standard for conscientious care for the animals you entrust to us. Our staff are specially trained to provide your pets with compassionate attention to make their stay comfortable.

  • 1 Emergency Office Visit Prices


  • Our standard office visits cost $XX.XX.

  • Vaccines are XXX and typical schedules are as follows

    Dogs - You will want to have your new puppy examined by a veterinarian to ensure that it has no major health problems and is started on a program of preventive care. Your puppy's health care plan includes a series of vaccinations designed on the basis of your puppy's risk of infection. These can vary depending upon your puppy's age, breed, and environmental exposures. Vaccinations are usually given at 3 week intervals from 6 to 16 weeks of age. At 15 to 16 weeks of age, the puppy receives its first rabies vaccination. Puppies should also be checked for intestinal parasites (usually 2 stool samples 3 weeks apart), fleas, and heartworm disease (depending on age).

    Cats - You will want to have your new kitten examined by a veterinarian to ensure that it has no major health problems and is started on a program of preventive care. Your kitten will need a series of vaccinations that are usually given at 3 week intervals from approximately 6 to 15 weeks of age. At 15-16 weeks old, the kitten can receive its rabies vaccination. Kittens should be checked for intestinal parasites (2 stool samples 3 weeks apart), fleas, and ear mites and appropriate medications given for these problems. The veterinarian may also recommend a preventative for heartworm disease, which is more commonly associated with dogs, but can also affect cats.

    • DentAl cleanings range from XXX - XXX
    • Any pet older that 5 year old will need blood work prior to a dental cleaning/procedure. 

Providing top-notch animal care, it's what we love to do!

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Meet the team!

Every member of our staff has undergone training to become an expert in the pet industry and provide advice for you. We supply only those pet products that meet industry standards and show excellent results in the process of our examination. Our main focus is to educate pet owners provide the best care for your pet. We know you care about your animal’s well-being and we promise that you can trust they’re happy and healthy in our hands.



Our Services

  • Wellness Exams

    Wellness exams should be at the top of your list! Wellness exams are a great opportunity to check in with your pet's health and identify any potential problems. During these exams we conduct a physical examination of all your pet's major organs and systems. To get a full picture, we will ask you about your pet care and get an idea for how you support your pet's wellness. 

    We recommend a yearly wellness exam. Remember, while humans are recommended a physical exam every 2 years, pets age much faster! A visit once per year will provide you a great opportunity to be proactive in your pet's health.

  • Our compassionate team of professionals is with your pet until the end. When the time does come for passing, we provide euthanasia and hospice care as needed for your pet. Please contact us for more information. Help is just a phone call away.

  • If your pet is experiencing pain, please bring it in so we can examine what is wrong. Using any combination of these listed services we can identify and prescribe a solution for your pet's pain in their specific situation.

    Various situations may call for medication, physical therapy, diets, and more - please talk to us so we can help you walk your pet through their pain.

  • Pet vaccines fall into two categories: core and non-core. Core vaccines are vaccines that are recommended for every pet. Non-core vaccines are vaccines that may be recommended based on your pet's lifestyle. For example, if your pet is boarded a lot, or spends a lot of time outdoors, you may want to consider additional vaccines for your pet.

    Similar to human vaccines, animal vaccines are administered to prevent diseases from occurring in animals. Routinely vaccinating animals is often more affordable than paying for the treatment of sick animals, reduces transmission of microorganisms in the animal population, and reduces animal suffering. Pets are often given vaccines for infectious diseases such as rabies, parvovirus, distemper and hepatitis. Livestock animals, such as turkeys, chickens and cattle, are vaccinated to protect against diseases such as rotavirus, E. coli, pinkeye and brucellosis.

  • Our equipment at Star Veterinary is top-notch. With laser surgery, the amount of pain induced is significantly lower, with post-operative needs being much simpler. Please ask us about this technology and how it applies to your pet's surgical needs

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Each crew member is sincerely passionate about taking care of you four-legged friends, as each of them owns a cat or a dog. 

This kind of an insightful care, boosted by our extensive range of regular, exhibition and healthcare grooming services is what made our salon the #1 in the town!


10334 W State St
Star, ID 83669

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