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Bear Creek Veterinary Hospital

20492 NC HWY 73

Phone: 704-986-0000

Fax: 704-986-0016

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Dr. Amy Jordan

About Dr. Amy Jordan

Amy grew up in a small farming community near the Outer Banks. After graduating from Manteo High School she went to NC State University where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor degree in Animal Science in 1998. She went on to Vet School at NC State where she graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Then in April of 2006 she decided the time was right to start her own practice with the intention of providing quality medicine and service to the community.

My beloved Piper

By |October 1st, 2015|

As most all of my family and friends already know about my beloved Piper and her abrupt elimination from my life and that it has been very hard on me personally and pushed my emotions to a place I hope to not see again time soon; I wanted to take a moment to share my thoughts and emotions with the rest of the Bear Creek family.

I adopted Piper as a little tiny puppy officially from the Stanly County Humane Society.  Someone had surrendered this little speckled puppy to the Animal Control Shelter and did not want to put her […]

Did you know?

By |August 6th, 2015|

I love my job but sometimes down time is needed to get away from it for a while.  Everyone needs this but stressful professions especially, regardless of how rewarding one’s job may be.  There are many things that are therapeutic for me.  This is to offer a little glimpse into the personal side of me that my clients don’t always get to see….

Most of my friends know how much I love to bake.  Well, cooking in general is a passion and past time for me.  The cooking aspect is fun in and of itself but I get the most […]

Nutrition-what does that mean really?

By |July 26th, 2015|

How many of you have gone into a store and stood in the pet food aisle and just starred at the countless options on the shelves?  It can very difficult to choose the right food.  You want to make a good choice but what is a good choice?  Pet food companies have many tricks to get you to choose their food.  Advertising is often misleading and some terms are intentionally ambiguous so it sounds better than it is.  From the color of the bag, to words used to describe the ingredients-these play a big role in the decisions we […]

Drug reactions

By |July 22nd, 2015|

So often I am scrolling through my Facebook “home” page and I see a post about someone’s dog that took a medication and it died and how that owner is warning everyone to stay away from that medication cause “it kills dogs”.  Of course their post has been shared hundreds if not thousands of times.   The thing that bothers me the most, is not that this person has an opinion or that they posted their concern.  The part that concerns me the most, is that all those people that read it and shared it, will likely never really […]

When to fight and when to let go?

By |August 3rd, 2014|

What would you do, if this were your animal?

That question can be so difficult to answer at times.  I have cases where the choice seems obvious and other times no so much.  We are supposed to be an unbiased, objectionable third party that can give you the medical answers needed to make this decision.  However, this does not account for the times that we get attached to a patient, nor does it take into account the fact that life is full of impossibilities.  Patients that shouldn’t make it, sometimes do.  Patients that should do very well suddenly tank and […]

Kidding season

By |March 23rd, 2014|

My favorite thing to do…

Well, let’s be honest, I have a few favorite things.  This is by far, at the top of that list. Delivering baby goats/lambs.  I will put lambs in that category as well because in this, there really isn’t a big difference between goats and sheep.  Most of those close to me know how I feel about sheep (sorry Hattie), but I love a baby goat!  What I love even more about baby goats, is delivering them.  When a client calls me about a doe in labor, I give a silent fist pump in my head. […]

Awareness of Equine Diseases

By |March 19th, 2014|

We all want to stay on top of outbreaks that can affect our animals and with today’s digital world it’s becoming easier and easier to do. Merial has launched a website focused on notifying horse owners about disease outbreaks in and around a certain geographic region and you can take advantage of it to receive alerts of outbreaks in your area through email and/or text message as soon as the alert is issued.

Quote from Merial –

Disease poses a significant threat to the health and well-being of horses. Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has a mortality rate estimated to be as […]

How Bear Creek has evolved

By |March 19th, 2014|

From the Beginning…
On the day I opened this practice, I wanted to create a practice that was community oriented. I wanted to get to know my clients and my patients. To be their doctor. Their trusted advisor. My goal was to have clients that I considered friends, family even. I was focused on those animals that everyone else in the veterinary community overlooked. Animals like cows, goats, llamas, pigs. Of course we have quite a few horses on our list of patients too. Most people assume that every veterinarian treats dogs and cats, but almost no one treats these […]

It’s tough to be a vet

By |March 19th, 2014|

Every body thinks my job is so glamorous. I talk to people and they always tell me how they always wanted to be a vet, but something happened and they never went to college or they didn’t apply. People call or stop me and ask if I need an assistant. It seems like every where I go people want to be me. I hear from people quite frequently about how it must be nice to be your own boss, set your own hours or answer to no one. Well, my answer is usually be glad you didn’t go to […]

House of cards

By |March 19th, 2014|

I was on a call this morning with one of my regular cattle clients, doing my usual multitasking balancing act.  The phone rang as I was climbing over the fence to get to the calf (my patient) while  trying to avoid an unhappy mom that was harassing the gate in an attempt to keep us away from her baby.  I ignored the first time it rang but when they called right back, I answered assuming that it must have been someone in dire need of me right that moment, but continued to work on the calf in question.  The […]