Wide Variety of Services

We know that you don't always know the right terms to look for when trying to find care for your animal, especially when it's an emergency. Feel free to examine our service offerings below, but don't be discouraged if you don't see what you're looking for. Give us a call any time and our trained and professional staff will be right there to help you understand what your animal needs.

Bear Creek Veterinary Hospital

20492 NC HWY 73

Phone: 704-986-0000

Fax: 704-986-0016

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Overweight Pets

Many times, we don’t notice that our pets have gradually put on some extra weight until they start slowing down.  More often than not, it is someone else who notices that weight gain such as the groomer, a friend, or the vet before we notice it ourselves. That extra weight your pet may be […]

Canine and Feline Dentistry

Does your dog or cat have bad breath? Are they not eating their regular food as well as they used to? Are they salivating more than usual? These can all be signs of dental disease in varying forms and a large percentage of patients with oral pain show no obvious signs at all! The […]

The Big Reveal!

Ok, so most of you know by now that Stephanie, our social media coordinator, has been teasing you for two weeks about the big secret. We’ve even had a countdown on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter where we’ve had visitors guess what the big secret might be. Some of the answers were quite surprising by […]

By |February 5th, 2018|Posts from Dr. Amy|2 Comments|

Small Animal Nutrition

Raw and grain-free diets have become a popular issue among veterinarians and clientele. These issues have gotten a lot of attention on the internet from consumers and many of these fad diets are a result of human niche diet trends. We will first address some information on raw diets.
Raw Diets:

Raw meat-based diets are often […]

Clinic Remodel – Week 3

I promised updates as we moved along with the remodel, but free time has been in short supply. Things are moving along as fast as they can. Getting the ball rolling and all the moving parts into action on a project like this is only half the challenge. After you get this many parts […]

Renovations and Expansions Oh My!

Here we grow again……
I have expanded the clinic twice already, but in smaller ways.  It always seems that we expand just enough to account for the current overgrowth and not for future growth.  It takes very little time for us to realize we have already outgrown our current boundaries.  With the amazing growth we […]

Equine Endoscopy

Diagnostic imaging plays an essential role in the accurate diagnosis of a variety of conditions in our equine patients. With our state-of-the-art 3 meter endoscope, we are able to obtain images and samples that help us more accurately diagnose and treat many disorders. Endoscopy allows us to assess conditions affecting the equine upper airway, […]

Winter Livestock Nutrition

Colder temperatures change the nutritional needs of livestock; specifically, for the purposes of this article I am speaking of horses, cattle, goats and sheep. Some of the generalities also may apply to pigs and chickens but I am not grouping them into this article.
The importance of good hay
Winter brings colder temperatures, but that also […]

Failure as part of the process…

It is easy to write about the successes and sweet cuddly warm and fuzzies, but much more difficult to write about the harsh and unflattering scrutiny of our failures. At this practice we strive for perfection and quality customer service but we are made up of individuals that are human just like you.
I do […]

Rat Poisoning (Rodenticide Toxicity)

Well, it has finally gotten cold around here and with that comes a large increase in the number of phone calls about dogs and cats eating rat poison. When it gets colder outside the mice and rats seek shelter inside for warmth and food. In response people are more likely to put out baits […]