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A Hard Start and Fight For Survival:  Little "Frankie" was attacked by dogs at only 3 days of age.  Badly mauled but still standing and wanting live... 

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A Difficult Birth: "Teenie Weenie" our first miniature horse C-section

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How to build a Go Bag

What goes in my Go-Bag? First, there is no perfect anser to this question. What suits one person or family might not suit yours. What is appropriate for a person in Alaska, wouldn't apply in the deserts of Arizona. We wil share some great ideas for items for your bag below, but you also need to ke...

Strangles (Streptococcus equi)

What is Strangles? The disease commonly known as “Strangles” is an upper respiratory disease caused by the bacteria Streptoccocus equi var. equi. This bacterium is not a normal inhabitant of the respiratory tract.  Bacteria are shed into the environment via nasal secretions or abscess m...

Are you prepared for a disaster? Part 1

Would You know what to do? What if your barn caught fire?  Or there was a hurricane or flood in our area? What about a disease outbreak that affected your animals?  (Foot and Mouth disease-cattle, pigs, goats, etc ; or Vesicular Stomatitis-horses, cattle, goats, pigs, etc.) Most peop...

Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA)

What is EIA? This disease is something most horse owners only know as “Coggins”.   That term is thrown around quite a bit but it surprises me how little people actually know about this disease.   If you own horses then you should familiarize yourself with the ins and outs o...

What to do in the event of a medical emergency

  Help!  What do I do? This is a common enough event if you have horses, but the information in this article will work for just about any species.   Cuts (aka Lacerations) and Hemorrhage Most people see blood and they panic.  The truth is, there is rarely a need to do so. &nb...

Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis

This disease is very common in North Carolina and is often referred to as the "Possum Disease" or  EPM. What causes EPM?   It is caused the protozoal parasite Sarcocystis neurona.  The protozoa is carried by infected opossums and transmitted in the feces and ingested by the horses...

Winter Weight Loss

 Winter Weight Loss It can be difficult for some horses to maintain good body condition through the winter.  Many factors can contribute to the weight loss like poorer quality hay/forage available, bad teeth or missing teeth, and really cold weather.  The bottom line is a negative c...

Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome

Equine stomach ulcers General Information What are stomach ulcers? Stomach ulcers in horses are erosions in the lining of the stomach, usually caused by excessive acid production and decreased natural buffers like saliva.  Grazing horses produce more saliva and have a more alkaline pH in ...

Dental Care for your Horse

Dental Care For Your Horse General Information Dental care is an important part of horse management. Problems are best prevented by dental examination once or twice a year. The teeth of horses continually grow throughout the animal’s life.  As the horse chews, the teeth can wear abnormally...

Equine Dental Care and Teeth Floating

Equine Dental Care and Teeth Floating General Information Dental care is an important part of horse management. Dental problems are best prevented by dental examination once or twice a year. The teeth of horses continually grow throughout the animal’s life. The teeth can be used to estimate ...

WE ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION!

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Welcome to Bear Creek

Mission Statement

It is the goal of this practice to provide each and every client with attentive, humane, and quality veterinary care. In doing so, we can contribute to health and wellbeing of our neighbors and our food supply.

Bear Creek Mobile Veterinary Services, PC (BCMVS) was started to fulfill the need of the people of Stanly County and the surrounding counties, for high quality, customer service-oriented, technically advanced veterinary services. We provide ambulatory medical, surgical, and reproductive services.

Small Animal Mobile!

You heard it! We are proud to announce that we are currently offering Small Animal Mobile services!

In the coming months, we will be offering a fully expanded suite of small-animal services for your dogs, cats, and other pets - including in-house treatments, vaccines, and even online medical records for your pets! Bear with us while we make all the necessary changes. In the meantime, if you would like small animal service, we'll come to you! Check out our Small Animal Services on the main menu.

At Home Euthanasia

Dr. Jordan and her staff at Bear Creek Mobile Veterinary Services know just how important your animals are to you and how difficult it can be to say good-bye to an old friend. When it comes time to euthanize an animal, it's never an easy decision. To help make this as painless and comfortable for the animal and their owners, we are now offering these services at your home or farm.  Dr. Jordan has been offering this service to her regular large animal clients for four years now and has decided to open it up to all pet owners.   Get more info..

Monthly specials

September Special:  

We are now offering dental services for dogs and cats.  

To spotlight this new service we are offering 20% off all routine cleanings!

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Buisness Hours

New Clinic Hours:  

We are now open late on Tuesdays until 7:30pm and every Saturday from 8:00 to 11:00am

Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays-we are open until 5pm

Sorry guy, no walk-ins.  Please call to schedule an appointment.

Injured/Abandoned Wildlife

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Found an injured or abandoned wildlife?

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