BFVH is a woman-owned full service veterinary hospital located west of the Ashley in Charleston ,SC. 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.
Hedged by thick evergreens and home to sprawling grass fields, Shambley Veterinary Clinic cares for creatures great and small. The compassionate staff treats four-legged friends, such as horses and canines, with the same love and care they would show their own animals during services that include checkups and dental work. And with a full surgical facility onsite, the clinic can answer emergency calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The facility is equipped with modern technology, such as digital x-rays and pregnancy ultrasonography, as well as an ambulatory unit to safely bring in gentle beasts for their treatments. Geriatric care for cane-wielding canines, as well as holistic care, such as preventative medicine and dietary counseling, also fall within the clinic's wide field of veterinary expertise.
Owner Jim Carpenter opened the first Wild Birds Unlimited shop in Indianapolis in 1981 in order to turn his love of nature and bird watching into a full-time career. Today, Wild Birds Unlimited has spread to more than 275 stores across the United States and Canada, with each location helmed by avid ornithological enthusiasts. Wild Birds Unlimited visitors find a huge inventory of quality bird and bird-watching supplies, from feeders to birdbaths to binoculars. Guides make short work of identifying feathered tree dwellers, and the store's special seeds help attract elusive birds, such as the Boston Larry.
TailsSpin is the ultimate stop for your pets and you. It is a community based pet supply store, specializing in hypo-allergenic pet food and treats. Our products are competitively priced, matching or lower than your big box store prices. TailsSpin is a one-stop shop for all your pets needs.
When Michael Ammermon first went to school, his aim was to become a pediatrician. But when he began working with a local veterinarian, it seems he found his calling. Along the way, he met Myra Burnsed in vet school, who would become both his wife and business partner. Together, they operate Pooler Veterinary Hospital, where they and their animal-loving staff care for animals with the kindness of pet owners. For added convenience, they send reminders to clients so they don't forget their pets' next wellness visits, perform procedures on a heated surgery table, and even offer mobile services for elderly pets with mobility issues.