Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital

Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital

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The vets have always been truthful & no-nonsense in their care of our pet and the staff have always been courteous & accommodating. The kennel folks handle our temperamental boy very well, to the point where he is in love with some of them. Don't know what we would do without the team at Bees Ferry!!!
All of them!!!! Everyone there is so helpful, thoughtful and just amazing to work with. We have been with them a VERY long time and do not ever see it changing.
We are so appreciative of Courtney. Our bulldog was very sick and Courtney insisted we bring her in immediately. Upon arrival Dr Fowler admitted our girl to the hospital for the day. Then Dr Fowler discovered Bella had pneumonia and transferred her to the emergency hospital - the CVRC down the street. Thank you Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital for your excellent care of our special girl.
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Sophie’s hurricane preparedness PSA.
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Clicquot wants you to tell her something good, people.
Hi!!
I am just now learning of holistic care for dogs. Have to admit, I have been going to a regular vet for many many years. I am learning about all the chemicals in vaccines and heart worm treatment and prevention. Both of my dogs literally JUST had check up a few weeks ago! I have a rescue that I’ve had for a few weeks that is heart worm + and taking Iverhart. And another that I’m giving trifexis as a preventative. Now that I’m reading about all the chemicals, I’m a little nervous about concerned! I realize with Covid19, you are probably limiting appointments. Is there ANY advice you can give me or suggestions until this is all over and I can bring them in??? It would be GREATLY appreciated!!! Thanks in advance!!!
Sophie the SLO-mo monster corgi, plays catch with her favorite ball from BFVH!
Clicquot is offering helpful tips during the pandemic, especially the importance of space.
Ben says “It is my 5 year Gotcha Day!” 🎉🥰

I will never be able to thank you enough for saving him so he could be part of our family. 💕
Bailey Dasen wants to say thank you to Dr Fowler for taking care of him today. He told his big brother Stuie Dasen she works at a pretty awesome ‘Country Club’.
Gidget had a wonderful first visit at Bees Ferry vet. Thanks to Doctors and staff.

At Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital we strive to provide your pet with the comprehensive and integrated health care that we would want for our own pets.

Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital (BFVH) is comprised of a group of compassionate, energetic, and enthusiastic people who have dedicated their life to the health and welfare of animals. Located in Charleston SC in the West Ashley Area, this team works together to keep pets healthy, educate owners and the community, and alleviate animal suffering. Women owned, our veterinary hospital has a unique appr

Operating as usual

Timeline Photos 10/02/2021

Threats to your pet's health might be closer to home than you think, but so are we. Call today and take advantage of one of these amazing offers:
$10 Rebate - ProHeart 6
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 6 + 6 Months or More of Simparica
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 12
$50 Rebate - 12 Months of Simparica Trio
$50 Rebate - ProHeart 12 + 12 Months of Simparica

Threats to your pet's health might be closer to home than you think, but so are we. Call today and take advantage of one of these amazing offers:
$10 Rebate - ProHeart 6
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 6 + 6 Months or More of Simparica
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 12
$50 Rebate - 12 Months of Simparica Trio
$50 Rebate - ProHeart 12 + 12 Months of Simparica

09/22/2021

Friendly reminder!

Donated towels and blankets are always welcome here at Bees Ferry! If you currently have any unwanted blankets or towels, we would be happy to take them off your hands today!

Friendly reminder!

Donated towels and blankets are always welcome here at Bees Ferry! If you currently have any unwanted blankets or towels, we would be happy to take them off your hands today!

Reform School - train a dog not to bark on walks 09/06/2021

Reform School - train a dog not to bark on walks

This is a great class for those dogs who lunge and bark at things during walks. Sign up today before the class fills!

https://www.wonderdoguniversity.com/Reform-School

Reform School - train a dog not to bark on walks Dog training class for dog aggression behaviors. Specially designed to train a dog not to bark, growl, lunge or “lose it” on walks. Bring the joy back to your daily dog walks!

09/03/2021

Happy Labor Day!
Our team will be relaxing Monday and we hope you will too! If you need refills, please call us today!

Happy Labor Day!
Our team will be relaxing Monday and we hope you will too! If you need refills, please call us today!

Timeline Photos 09/02/2021

Threats to your pet's health might be closer to home than you think, but so are we. Call today and take advantage of one of these amazing offers:
$10 Rebate - ProHeart 6
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 6 + 6 Months or More of Simparica
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 12
$50 Rebate - 12 Months of Simparica Trio
$50 Rebate - ProHeart 12 + 12 Months of Simparica

Threats to your pet's health might be closer to home than you think, but so are we. Call today and take advantage of one of these amazing offers:
$10 Rebate - ProHeart 6
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 6 + 6 Months or More of Simparica
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 12
$50 Rebate - 12 Months of Simparica Trio
$50 Rebate - ProHeart 12 + 12 Months of Simparica

[08/31/21]   Top Quality Beef HVM Dog Food Recalled for Salmonella and Listeria
Top Quality Beef HVM Dog Food is being recalled for possible Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes contamination. No illnesses have been reported to the company to date in connection with this problem. The recalling firm is Top Quality Dog Food of Hyattsville, Maryland.

People can contract foodborne illness from dog food in several ways. First, if they touch the product and then eat without washing their hands, they can get sick. Second, dogs that are fed this food can become carriers and either get sick or not show any symptoms, but they will shed the bacteria in f***s. Then people can get sick by petting the dogs or touching items in their environment.

Symptoms of Listeria monocytogenes infections in pets can include mild to severe diarrhea, anorexia, fever, nervous, muscular, and respiratory signs, and death. Symptoms of Salmonella poisoning in pets can include decreased appetite, lethargy, bloody diarrhea, fever, vomiting, and abdominal pain.

If your pet is experiencing these symptoms they should be taken to the vet.
The recalled Top Quality Beef HVM dog food was sold in Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and South Carolina. It was sold through mail order and direct delivery from July 27, 2021 to August 2, 2021. The Top Quality Beef HVM dog food is packaged in a 1 pound container marked with lot number 071521 on the bottom right corner of the label.

The contamination in the product was noted after a state surveillance sample revealed the presence of these pathogens in some 1 pound packages of Beef HVM. The remaining product has been quarantined and the distribution of that lot number has been discontinued.

If you purchased this product, stop feeding it to your pet. Throw it away in a sealed container in a secure garbage can. Then clean dog dishes and any containers that may have come into contact with the dog food with soap and water and disinfect them with a mild bleach solution. Make sure that you wash your hands with soap and water after cleaning and after handling this product.

Golden Retriever named Alona up against 3 other TSA ‘Cutest Canine’ entrants 08/24/2021

Golden Retriever named Alona up against 3 other TSA ‘Cutest Canine’ entrants

https://www.8newsnow.com/news/local-news/golden-retriever-named-alona-up-against-3-other-tsa-cutest-canine-entrants/

Golden Retriever named Alona up against 3 other TSA ‘Cutest Canine’ entrants A Golden Retriever named “Alona” working at McCarran International Airport is one of four finalists in TSA’s “2021 Cutest Canine” contest … here’s how to v…

51,000 packages of Simply Nourish frozen dog food recalled due to elevated levels of Vitamin D 08/24/2021

51,000 packages of Simply Nourish frozen dog food recalled due to elevated levels of Vitamin D

https://www.fox43.com/article/money/personal-finance/recalls/simply-frozen-dog-food-recalled-vitamin-d/521-40e553c4-80c2-496c-85d1-b635cf3e418f

51,000 packages of Simply Nourish frozen dog food recalled due to elevated levels of Vitamin D Elevated levels of Vitamin D could lead to symptoms such as vomiting, appetite loss, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling, and weight loss.

[08/19/21]   Would you like to go to veterinary technician school and have us pay for it?!?! Do you love people and animals? Do you have veterinary experience? Come work with us! Veterinary assistants (& LVTs) needed for our busy animal hospital. The Veterinary Assistant is responsible for assisting veterinarians and veterinary technicians in the care of animals. The assistant will help maintain a clean, efficient, and healthy environment for animals being treated. Veterinary assistants will also educate clients on the health and care of their pets, help restrain animals during procedures, keep exam rooms and treatment room stocked with supplies.

Our benefits include:
Health insurance, dental , vision
Personal Pet Discount
Scrub allowance
Paid holidays
PTO
401k with match!
**We'll pay full tuition for vet tech schooling!**

A Mystery Illness Is Killing Mid-Atlantic Songbirds 07/07/2021

A Mystery Illness Is Killing Mid-Atlantic Songbirds

https://www.npr.org/2021/07/02/1012541984/a-mystery-illness-is-killing-mid-atlantic-songbirds

A Mystery Illness Is Killing Mid-Atlantic Songbirds Wildlife officials are asking people not to feed birds or provide bird baths amid dozens of reports of mysterious songbird deaths.

Timeline Photos 07/06/2021

Threats to your pet's health might be closer to home than you think, but so are we. Call today and take advantage of one of these amazing offers:
$10 Rebate - ProHeart 6
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 6 + 6 Months or More of Simparica
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 12
$50 Rebate - 12 Months of Simparica Trio
$50 Rebate - ProHeart 12 + 12 Months of Simparica

Threats to your pet's health might be closer to home than you think, but so are we. Call today and take advantage of one of these amazing offers:
$10 Rebate - ProHeart 6
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 6 + 6 Months or More of Simparica
$25 Rebate - ProHeart 12
$50 Rebate - 12 Months of Simparica Trio
$50 Rebate - ProHeart 12 + 12 Months of Simparica

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Is your pet frightened by fireworks? We can help! Call us today if you need refills or a new prescription for medication for the upcoming festivities!

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Did you know? Available tests for heartworms can only detect them once they have matured and have been living in your pets for at least 6 months? Unless you’re annually testing your pet for Early Disease Detection, their heartworm infestation could go completely unnoticed until it’s too late.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment.
#petparent #pethealth

Did you know? Available tests for heartworms can only detect them once they have matured and have been living in your pets for at least 6 months? Unless you’re annually testing your pet for Early Disease Detection, their heartworm infestation could go completely unnoticed until it’s too late.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment.
#petparent #pethealth

Photos from Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital's post 06/27/2021

Boarding at Bees Ferry, plenty of space and treetop windows.

Timeline Photos 06/17/2021

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, blood serum tests help unlock a wealth of information about the health of our pets. From their organ function, hormone levels, electrolyte count, and more. Blood serum tests help veterinarians identify underlying conditions our pets may have in order to provide timely treatments and prevent further complications.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment.
#petparent #pethealth

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, blood serum tests help unlock a wealth of information about the health of our pets. From their organ function, hormone levels, electrolyte count, and more. Blood serum tests help veterinarians identify underlying conditions our pets may have in order to provide timely treatments and prevent further complications.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment.
#petparent #pethealth

FreshPet Select Small Dog Beef & Egg Dog Food Recalled For Salmonella 06/15/2021

FreshPet Select Small Dog Beef & Egg Dog Food Recalled For Salmonella

https://foodpoisoningbulletin.com/2021/freshpet-select-small-dog-beef-egg-dog-food-recalled-for-salmonella/

FreshPet Select Small Dog Beef & Egg Dog Food Recalled For Salmonella Freshpet Select Small Dog Beef & Egg dog food is being recalled for possible Salmonella contamination; no illnesses reported to date.

[06/14/21]   Good morning our Bees Ferry family

We are so excited for you to be coming back in! Here’s how:

When you arrive, please check in from your vehicle by either calling or texting the numbers on the sign in front of you. One of our team members will ask you if you would like to have your pet’s doctor appointment inside or continue curbside. Once we have a room available, one of our nurse technicians will come get you and your pet from your vehicle and bring you into one of our rooms. Please note that at this time we are still doing curbside appointments for all admits, laser therapy and technicians appointment due to limited rooms inside. We appreciate your understanding and we can’t wait to see everyone!

06/11/2021

We are thrilled to announce that beginning Monday, June 14, you now have the option to accompany your pet inside for their exam or continue to be seen via curbside service.
Please let us know when making the appointment or at the time of check in if you wish to be seen via curbside or if you will be accompanying your pet inside.
For those wishing to come inside with their pet:
Our lobby will be operating in a limited capacity.
One person may accompany the pet to their appointment.
Face coverings are recommended.
If you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or have been directly exposed within the past 14 days, we ask that you reschedule your appointment.
You will be escorted to the exam room at the beginning of your visit and back outside following the visit - please remain in the exam room while in the hospital.
WELCOME BACK!!!

We are thrilled to announce that beginning Monday, June 14, you now have the option to accompany your pet inside for their exam or continue to be seen via curbside service.
Please let us know when making the appointment or at the time of check in if you wish to be seen via curbside or if you will be accompanying your pet inside.
For those wishing to come inside with their pet:
Our lobby will be operating in a limited capacity.
One person may accompany the pet to their appointment.
Face coverings are recommended.
If you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or have been directly exposed within the past 14 days, we ask that you reschedule your appointment.
You will be escorted to the exam room at the beginning of your visit and back outside following the visit - please remain in the exam room while in the hospital.
WELCOME BACK!!!

Timeline Photos 06/03/2021

Did you know? Available tests for heartworms can only detect them once they have matured and have been living in your pets for at least 6 months? Unless you’re annually testing your pet for Early Disease Detection, their heartworm infestation could go completely unnoticed until it’s too late.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment.
#petparent #pethealth

Did you know? Available tests for heartworms can only detect them once they have matured and have been living in your pets for at least 6 months? Unless you’re annually testing your pet for Early Disease Detection, their heartworm infestation could go completely unnoticed until it’s too late.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment.
#petparent #pethealth

Natural Balance Cat Food Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination 05/24/2021

Natural Balance Cat Food Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination

https://foodpoisoningbulletin.com/2021/natural-balance-cat-food-recalled-for-possible-salmonella-contamination/

Natural Balance Cat Food Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination Natural Balance Cat Food in one variety and two sizes is being recalled for possible Salmonella contamination. No illnesses are reported.

Timeline Photos 05/10/2021

Just like dogs, cats need to be monitored from kitten to adult. Young cats are especially prone to urinary tract problems and intestinal parasites, while senior cats are susceptible to thyroid and renal disease. Early Detection and treatment can help prolong and maintain a good quality of life for our beloved felines.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment today.

#petparent #pethealth

Just like dogs, cats need to be monitored from kitten to adult. Young cats are especially prone to urinary tract problems and intestinal parasites, while senior cats are susceptible to thyroid and renal disease. Early Detection and treatment can help prolong and maintain a good quality of life for our beloved felines.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment today.

#petparent #pethealth

[05/02/21]   Happy MayDay for Mutts Day!!! Mayday for Mutts is celebrated on the first Sunday of May. In 2021, that falls on May 2nd! It's a day to spread the word about all the great things that mixed breed dogs have to offer, promote adoption from animal shelters, and show everyone that a dog's individual personality matters more than their pedigree.

We love each and every single one of our patients every day of the year! Give your pup an extra kiss today to celebrate their own uniqueness that makes you love them so much!!
*Pictures are always appreciated :) #rescuesaveslives #adoptdontshop #rescuedog #rescuedismyfavoritebreed

Timeline Photos 04/26/2021

From puppyhood throughout their senior years, dogs should be monitored for common diseases like heartworm, thyroid disease, intestinal parasites, and, most importantly, renal disease. Early detection can prolong the life of your dog and help maintain a good quality of life.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment!
#petparent #pethealth

From puppyhood throughout their senior years, dogs should be monitored for common diseases like heartworm, thyroid disease, intestinal parasites, and, most importantly, renal disease. Early detection can prolong the life of your dog and help maintain a good quality of life.

Call us to schedule your pet's appointment!
#petparent #pethealth

Timeline Photos 04/25/2021

It's National Pet Parents Day! You are the reason why we get to do what we love. Thank you for trusting us with your fur family members. We love each and every one of them!

It's National Pet Parents Day! You are the reason why we get to do what we love. Thank you for trusting us with your fur family members. We love each and every one of them!

Timeline Photos 04/24/2021

Join us in celebrating the fantastic work our veterinarians do each and every day! We are so proud of our vets and how much love and dedication they provide to our amazing patients.

Join us in celebrating the fantastic work our veterinarians do each and every day! We are so proud of our vets and how much love and dedication they provide to our amazing patients.

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

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If you notice any of these symptoms, call us!

If you notice any of these symptoms, call us!

Photos from Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital's post 04/14/2021

So most of our clients know our absolutely amazing Dr. Saenger. She is so kind, heartwarming, and always with a smile (though masks hide it, you can hear it in her voice) and for the newer clients who haven’t had the opportunity to meet her...without further ado

Dr. Saenger and Dr. Sally Lanford founded Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital in 1993 and thus have enjoyed caring for your pets for almost 30 years.
Dr. Saenger and her husband travel extensively, often with their dog Alp in tow behind their tandem bicycle. She also enjoys sailing and hiking. Dr. Saenger has two grown children, both married and living in California. She has one adored grandchild, Wesley. She and her husband share their home with “the beagles” Alp and Tyrol and cat brothers Dazbog and Chernobog.

If you see this sweet founder of your favorite Hospital please let her know that we ALL thank her (along with every single one of our coworkers) for being there for you and us!

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3422 Shelby Ray Ct
Charleston, SC
29414

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 7am - 8pm
Wednesday 7am - 8pm
Thursday 7am - 8pm
Friday 7am - 1pm
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Saturday 7am - 1pm
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