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COVID-19 Update (06-11-2020)

Here we are, three months into the pandemic.  Things are slowly getting back to normal and we are looking at ways to do “normal” at BVH.  We want to update you on where we are at this point. COVID-19 is still a concern, so we are still retrieving your pets from the parking lot.  We […]

COVID-19 Update (04-29-2020)

It has been a while since we updated everyone on BVH’s status as we are well past the 1 month mark since everything started. The update with BVH is that not much has changed. With social distancing continuing for the unforeseen future, we will continue our current check-in process and ask all clients to not […]

Receive Pet Care from Home

Beechwold Veterinary Hospital is now offering remote healthcare services with TeleVet! With the TeleVet mobile app you can easily send virtual consultation requests to us whenever your pet is sick or injured. To get started, download the TeleVet app on the iTunes or Google Play store and create your personal profile and your pets (pictures […]

COVID-19 Udpate (03-27-2020)

We want to thank all of our clients for your cooperation with the changes we have implemented.  We are trying our best to be able to see our patients while keeping our clients and team members safe. Not a lot of changes since we implemented our “curb-side service”.  We have put bins outside our door […]

Beechwold Veterinary Hospital COVID – 19 Update (3/20/20)

In response to the current COVID–19 outbreak, Beechwold Veterinary Hospital has suspended all face to face appointments – with the exception of end of life services (euthanasia). We have also suspended all non-urgent walk in services (nail trims, non-urgent anal gland expressions, progesterone testing).   We are still seeing sick pets and pets that are currently in the process of completing their vaccine series (puppies/kittens) and pets who are […]

BVH’s Response to COVID-19

As concern regarding the spread of COVID-19 continues to grow in our area, Beechwold Veterinary Hospital has developed an initial plan that will allow us to continue helping our clients and their pets in what we feel is a safe and effective manner. Beginning on Tuesday, March 17 we will be making the following adjustments […]

How to Socialize a Puppy

New puppies have boundless energy and they’re tons of fun. However, to ensure your new puppy’s energy is directed in a positive way, it’s important you socialize your lovable canine. So, read on to learn when to begin socializing your puppy, why you should, and how to do it right!  Why Is It Important to […]

Everything You Need to Know About Laser Declawing

More and more, people are turning toward lasers for surgical procedures. However, this trend isn’t just for humans! Today, we also use lasers on cats for declawing purposes. Read on to learn why people typically have their cats declawed, what occurs during traditional declawing, and why laser declawing is safer and more humane than the […]

How to Tell If Your Dog Has a Cold

It’s that time of year again when the temperatures drop, and sniffles and sneezes become far more common. However, cold symptoms don’t just affect people. They can also occur in your dog! Learn more about dog colds and how you can recognize if your dog’s experiencing one. What Causes Dog Colds? There isn’t one virus […]

Do Dental Chews Work?

As a pet owner, you’ve probably noticed no shortage of dental chews that claim to improve the oral health of your dog or cat. But how good are they? Can they replace brushing? And what kind should you buy anyway? Keep reading for our take on chews, so you can keep your pet’s teeth in […]