A veterinary consultation involves a nose-to-tail examination of your pet including a complete history and body weight. Vaccinations and deworming are provided when required. Blood work if often recommended to assess organ health in senior pets.
Diagnostic and Lab Procedures
Modern technology allows Bluffton Veterinary Services to provide in-house labratory testing, with results being available in less than an hour. Digital x-rays are also performed on site
Oral health is critical to the overall well being of your pet. Dr. Stacey White, our dental veterinarian, has over 20 years experience in pet dentistry. If your pet has bad breath, discolored teeth or has difficulties eating, please contact us to book your consultation today.
Our veterinarians regularly perform spay and neuter surgeries on animals of all ages. Many other surgeries can be performed in clinic. Please call the office for more information.
Microchips are a form of identification. The chip holds information about the pet and the owner in case they're lost. The microchip is a tiny electronic device the size of a grain of rice that is implanted under the skin, between the shoulder blades. Call the office if you have any questions
We understand that losing your pet is a very difficult time, and sometimes its not always possible for you to bury your beloved friend. We offer both private (ashes are returned to you) and general (ashes are not returned to you) cremations to our clients at an affordable price. Please call the office for any questions regarding cremations and our pricing.