We would like to update you on some new COVID-19 policies. We would like to ask for your support in doing this to ensure that we keep everyone healthy!
When you arrive in the parking lot for an appointment or to pick up supplies we ask that you still call us at 563-381-1838 first. We will let you know when it is ok to enter the hospital.
If you would prefer that we continue carside service we will gladly do so. Just let us know if this is something that you would prefer, and we will gladly do what we can to ensure you a safe and comfortable visit.
Thank you for your continued support and patience during this past year. We look forward to being able to see you all!
Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital Staff
Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to providing exceptional medical and surgical care for our patients. We will work as a team to fully educate clients about their pet's health in order to enhance the patient's quality of life and the bond between pet and owner. Our team will strive to provide the best value to our clients and we will support all of our patient and client needs in a professional, friendly and compassionate atmosphere.
Welcome to Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital!
If you live in Blue Grass, the Quad Cities, or the Muscatine area in IA, then you have picked the perfect site to find a veterinarian. Dr. Joyce Werning and Dr. Emily Jones Guy are licensed veterinarians, treating all types of companion pets. Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital is a full service animal hospital and will take both emergency cases as well as less urgent medical, surgical, and dental issues. Dr. Werning and Dr. Jones Guy are experienced in all types of conditions and treatments. Beyond first rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and strive to promote a calm environment so your pet can relax in the waiting room.
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At Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Joyce Werning and Dr. Emily Jones Guy
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After Hour Emergencies Click Here:
Animal Emergency Center of the QC
2810 State Street
Bettendorf, IA 52722
Dr. Werning was born in Milwaukee, WI and spent most of her childhood in Davenport, IA. She had several pets growing up and volunteered at the Scott County Humane Society. She graduated from Davenport West High School in 1994 and went on to Iowa State University where she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. Dr. Werning received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 2004.
Dr. Jones Guy is originally from Nevada, Iowa. After studying German and Accounting at Iowa State and working as an accountant, she went back to school for animal science and graduated from Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016.
Dr. Amie Roberts started her medicine career as a receptionist at an emergency vet clinic, continuing as a veterinary assistant throughout her education. Her doctorate was earned at Iowa State University. She has over a decade of experience, the majority being in emergency medicine.
Hi! I’m Annie and I’m considered the “cat-lady” of the clinic although, NOT a crazy one :) I blame my mom for transferring her love of animals to me. I snuck my first rescue kitten into a hotel in Chicago when I was about 10 years old so I could bottle feed her every few hours. I covered her shoe box with a blanket and no one ever knew. Growing up in the country, stray cats were a regular occurrence. If they would let me touch them, they didn’t stay stray kitties for long (side note-bacon bits and butter are great tools for taming, but don’t tell the doctors I said that .) The worst part about leaving home for college was leaving my kitties behind. Stuffed animals are NOT the same thing!
Hi-I'm Amanda! I was ten when my life truly started. I arrived home from a friend’s house one weekend to find a tiny, white fluff ball in my room. That little fluff ball was my very first dog and I named her Emma. Emma was an American Eskimo and throughout our lives together, she was my main frustration, yet my best friend. I received Emma as a present like every other child, however, our plans were different than most. Emma and I began obedience and agility training at a young age. We traveled around the Midwest to various agility shows and won a first place ribbon at our very first show. Due to behavioral issues, we had to retire early, but she has quite the collection of ribbons and received many titles.
Hi, I'm Christina! I am the newest addition to the Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital team as of Fall, 2021 as a Veterinary Technician.
Hello! My name is Emily. I have always had an interest in spending time with animals. After a few years of working with people, and volunteering at a local animal shelter I was able to join the Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital family. I am so happy I got this opportunity!
Hi! My name is Araceli. I have lived in Moline my whole life, except for the four years I spent at Iowa State. There, I studied Animal Science and Spanish.
Hi I’m Aliza! I grew up in both Davenport and Muscatine and I’m currently living in Davenport. I have wanted to work with animals my entire life as they are my favorite things in the entire world.
I grew up in Muscatine but moved to Davenport at the age of 21. Cats have always been my favorite animals growing up as that was the only pet my parents would allow us to have, besides fish and the occasional hamster. I would have a tendency to bring home every stray cat I found in the streets and hide them from my mom, but it never worked. She would find out and had to tell me to quit bringing home stray cats because we couldn't afford to keep them all.