We wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving!
Bear Lake Veterinary Clinic will be closed from November 24 through November 27 for the holiday weekend.
We will reopen Monday, November 28, at 8 am.
Bear Lake Veterinary Clinic will be closing for a long weekend starting at 4 pm on Thursday, September 29 to attend The Gulf Atlantic Veterinary Conference in Boca Raton.
We will reopen Monday, October 3 for regular business hours.
Please plan ahead for any medication or prescription food needs.
For medical emergencies during business hours please call Piedmont Animal Hospital at 407-880-7387.
For after hours emergencies please call the Veterinary Emergency Clinic at 407-644-4449.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you when we return!
We want to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend!
We will be closed Thanksgiving through Sunday, November 29. We will reopen Monday, November 30.
For your veterinary emergency needs while we are closed, please contact Piedmont Animal Hospital at 407-880-7387 or the Veterinary Emergency Clinic at 407-644-4449.
Anyone who has ever had a pet go missing knows how heartbreaking it can be. Microchips are a great way to prevent a pet from being permanently lost. Unlike a collar, they are a form of identification that can not be easily lost or removed. The microchip is encoded with an ID number and after it is implanted, that number is registered to that pet and their owner. The chip is implanted into the deep subcutaneous tissue over the shoulders. Veterinary clinics and shelters will scan pets that are brought in and can then relocate pets with their owners.
Homeagain has a few extras associated with their chips. They are recognized internationally. Some countries require microchips for pets to visit or move there; not all chips are recognized for this purpose.For a small yearly fee(it’s included with the implantation for the first year), HomeAgain will send out alerts to area pet finders, veterinary clinics, and shelters if a chipped pet is lost. You also are able to have free calls to the Pet Poison Control Hotline run by the ASPCA.
Even if you choose not to continue paying for the extra services, your pet’s microchip number is registered in their permanent database that can be accessed by anyone who finds him or her.
At Bear Lake Veterinary Clinic, after we implant the microchip, we complete the registration process for you. Your pet is registered to you right away! You are then able to go online and upload a picture and add any other information you would like. And you do want to remember to update your information if your address or phone number changes.
Click on the link below for a HomeAgain success story and please call us with any quesitons!
I am excited to announce that we are ready to see patients!
It has been a surprisingly long process and I want to thank everyone for their patience and support during the time it has taken to get up and going.
We will be planning an open house in the next few weeks. We are looking forward to seeing everyone for appointments and to celebrate at the open house.
We are getting close to opening day! Here are some before and after pictures to see the transformation from yogurt shop to Veterinary Clinic. There have been walls added to make exam rooms and the colors have been changed to create a soothing, calm atmosphere. Stay tuned for opening dates and open house dates!