Bear Creek Veterinary HOSPITAL

 

HOSPITAL-That means we are able to monitor, treat and observe your pet overnight, or over the weekend, whenever needed.  Sometimes the risk is too great for your sick baby be left unattended or too far away from the doctor’s care to be sent home.  Your doctor may recommend that we keep your animal overnight for more intensive therapy.  Often the doctors at Bear Creek take such care of your pet that we stay there with them when we feel the need is warranted.  I know I have stayed up with many a patient that needed round the clock care or hourly medication.  It makes for a really long day the next day but it is worth it.  Your baby means a lot to us and we take our job seriously.  Weather that be a dog, cat, horse, calf, goat, alpaca or llama they are all special to us. Please note that we do not staff the hospital 24 hrs a day.  Our staff goes home, but an on-call veterinarian and technician are available for treatment and monitoring after-hours if needed.

For hospitalization, we currently have available  (2) 12×12 horse stalls, (2) 4×4 goat/calf stalls, (40) stainless steel dog/cat kennels in general circulation, and (2) isolation cages for hospitalization purposes.

If we feel that your pet requires more in-depth or intensive care that we can provide, we will recommend referral to a specialist or trauma center.

Hospitalization costs depend on the intensity of care needed.  It ranges from level I, basic feeding and monitoring, to Level IV, ICU care.

We also offer hospitalization for farm animals for breeding purposes (horses) and birthing delivery.

Boarding for healthy pets is now available but this is currently limited to only our smaller dogs (<25lbs) and cats as well as pet pigs.  

We cannot provide you or your pet transportation to or from the hospital.