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Prices Creek Veterinary Service

Prices Creek Veterinary Service Full Service Equine and Small Animal Veterinary Clinic. We also offer medical acupuncture for anima Prices Creek Veterinary Service was started in Lewisburg, Ohio in 1999 by Dr. Scott Judd as an exclusively large animal mobile practice.

In 2013, our brick and mortar office at 6799 US 40 East in Lewisburg opened. We are proud to offer small animal (dog and cat) and equine care in West-Central Ohio. We have a veterinarian on call 24 hours a day to answer urgent questions and give advice. Farm call equine services are available in Preble, Montgomery, Darke, and parts of Butler and Miami Counties in Ohio. We also have a haul-in facil

In 2013, our brick and mortar office at 6799 US 40 East in Lewisburg opened. We are proud to offer small animal (dog and cat) and equine care in West-Central Ohio. We have a veterinarian on call 24 hours a day to answer urgent questions and give advice. Farm call equine services are available in Preble, Montgomery, Darke, and parts of Butler and Miami Counties in Ohio. We also have a haul-in facil

Operating as usual

04/30/2022

Do you or someone you know feed grain-free dog foods? What about grain-in foods with peas or lentils on the ingredients list?

Diet-associated, non-hereditary DCM is still a problem; and research as recent as this month, April 2022, has continued to show a link between grain-free or high-pulse diets and an atypical form of this heart condition.

There are still things we don’t know— including why this is happening. But we do know that damage can happen in a short span of time, and dogs get better when switched to a more traditional type of diet.

Why take that risk? Consider switching to a diet from a well-researched manufacturer.

Please consult with your veterinarian if you have concerns.

You can review all of the research showing this link here: https://www.docofalltrades.net/p/diet-associated-dilated-cardiomyopathy.html

You can read about how the industry has tried to downplay this issue here: https://www.docofalltrades.net/2022/04/disinformation-still-dominates-diet-dcm.html

You can learn more about this issue here, with other pet owners: www.Facebook.com/groups/taurinedcm

Is anyone looking for a sweet baby kitten? Check out our special-needs tripod who needs a home! 🐱❤️
04/22/2022

Is anyone looking for a sweet baby kitten? Check out our special-needs tripod who needs a home! 🐱❤️

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04/12/2022

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Your laugh for the evening 😸

Help us find this sweet tripod baby a home!  Contact the office if you are interested in adopting her!
04/08/2022

Help us find this sweet tripod baby a home! Contact the office if you are interested in adopting her!

04/05/2022
Warning: Ball Toys for Dogs - Center for Pet Safety

Here is more info about the type of balls mentioned in the video we posted yesterday that have been linked to choking deaths in dogs.

Center for Pet Safety issues Ball Toy Warning due to near 100% fatality rate in the incidents reported to the organization.

A very sad story from a family dedicated to helping prevent choking deaths in dogs with slippery bouncy balls or balls t...
04/04/2022

A very sad story from a family dedicated to helping prevent choking deaths in dogs with slippery bouncy balls or balls that are too small for the size of the dog.
"We didn't know." "I never would have even thought of that happening."

Please share to raise awareness of this potentially fatal risk!

Hayden was an athletic dog who loved to play catch and retrieve. During one play session, the ball became lodged in his throat and his owner Mary was unable to pull the ball out. Sadly, Hayden was gone, despite efforts to revive him at an emergency clinic.

On the one-year anniversary of his passing, Mary and Center for Pet Safety would like to share Hayden's story and again alert pet owners about the dangers of a ball getting lodged in a dog's throat.
Watch here and spread the word: https://www.centerforpetsafety.org/cautionary-tails/

This is Miss Bug.  She is an approximately 3.5 month old kitten who is looking for a very special home. She was brought ...
03/26/2022

This is Miss Bug. She is an approximately 3.5 month old kitten who is looking for a very special home.

She was brought to us by a Good Samaritan after a terrible accident in a car engine about a month ago, mangling her front left leg and the side of her chest so badly that she had to have her leg amputated. She has adapted fairly well to being a tripod and should be able to live a pretty normal life as a house cat. She has developed a playful kitten personality, although she is happiest rolling on her back to have her belly rubbed.

She has some PTSD symptoms associated with loud noises and sudden movements (not surprising). We think she will likely require lifelong medication to deal with chronic nerve pain because of the severity of her injury. She is tolerant of the medication, and a large supply comes with her.

Because of her special needs, Bug needs a quiet indoor only home without children or dogs. She has really taken a liking to our clinic cat Dennis, so other cats should be ok.

Bug is negative for leukemia and feline aids, and has started her first vaccines. She will need 1 more round of vaccine boosters, and will need to be spayed in a few months (non-negotiable).

If you are interested in adopting Bug, you may contact our office via facebook or email ([email protected]) or by dropping by the office to meet her. We are going to be a little choosy about the home this kiddo goes to; she has been through a lot and we want to make sure she is set up for the best life possible!

Calling all Fat Cats. 🐱
03/18/2022

Calling all Fat Cats. 🐱

We are now recruiting obese but otherwise healthy cats for a weight loss study! A few extra pounds to a person is actually A LOT of excess weight to a cat. Help improve your fabulous feline friend’s quality of life by enrolling today. Contact our study team at [email protected] to learn more.

The Feline SLIM study is funded by Morris Animal Foundation.

🗣FOUND DOG 🗣 Found on the corner of Prices Creek Rd and Scheying Rd. Please contact our office for finder contact info.
03/15/2022

🗣FOUND DOG 🗣

Found on the corner of Prices Creek Rd and Scheying Rd. Please contact our office for finder contact info.

Timeline photos
03/11/2022

Timeline photos

Cats with chronic kidney disease typically do not show any signs of illness until the kidneys have lost two-thirds of their functional ability. Be sure to schedule your cat’s routine checkups. Also, be on the lookout for weight loss and thin body condition, increased thirst and more urine being produced in the litter box, diminished appetite, and lethargy.

http://bit.ly/2oVS0mU

#NationalKidneyMonth #FelineFunFactFriday #CatFriendlyHomes #FelineFriendly #FelineCKD

03/07/2022
**Special Needs Puppy 🐶Needing Home = PLEASE SHARE**This is an ~15 week old female Siberian Husky from one of our client...
03/04/2022

**Special Needs Puppy 🐶Needing Home = PLEASE SHARE**

This is an ~15 week old female Siberian Husky from one of our client’s litters. We believe that she has an ectopic ureter, which is a birth defect that leaves her currently urinary incontinent. This happens when a there is a misdirected or extra ureter (tube that carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder) that bypasses the bladder.

Her condition means that she leaks urine and makes her prone to bladder and skin infections; she is NOT having trouble housetraining – she can’t help it!

It is possible that with further testing, the ectopic ureter could be identified and fixed surgically with a specialist veterinary surgeon. We realize that this sounds like an expensive proposition, and it is. However, we believe this puppy deserves to be adopted by someone willing to fight for her and give her a chance at a normal life!

The breeder is willing to place her in a home willing to tackle her medical needs, so we are helping to get the word out to find her a family. Please share to give this pup the best shot she can get!

If you are interested in this girl, send us a message for the breeder's contact info!

https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=19239&catId=102899&id=9739266

Courtesy Post 🐾 Missing🐾 Reward
02/28/2022

Courtesy Post 🐾 Missing🐾 Reward

One week until the Iditarod returns for 2022!    Who is planning to follow "The Last Great Race"?? 🛷🐕❤️
02/26/2022
Iditarod

One week until the Iditarod returns for 2022! Who is planning to follow "The Last Great Race"?? 🛷🐕❤️

Kids come to mushing through many different circumstances. Sometimes, it’s purely coincidental and other times it’s a family affair. Some get into the sport after being introduced by neighbors or friends while others follow older brothers and sisters down the trail. Whatever brought them to dogs...

Some spotty babies came to see us recently! 🐶⚫️⚪️⚫️⚪️🟤⚪️🟤⚪️🐶
02/25/2022

Some spotty babies came to see us recently! 🐶⚫️⚪️⚫️⚪️🟤⚪️🟤⚪️🐶

Photos from Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital's post
02/24/2022

Photos from Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital's post

02/18/2022
Botulism isn't common in this part of Ohio, but we have seen a few cases of it locally in horses eating round bales.We c...
02/17/2022

Botulism isn't common in this part of Ohio, but we have seen a few cases of it locally in horses eating round bales.

We carry the botulism vaccine for horses - if you feed round bales, please consider vaccinating - it could save a life!

02/14/2022
02/11/2022

Bengals, Rams, or the Clydesdales?

Barn fires are devastating and winter is the most common time for them.  Are you as prepared as you can be?  If you don'...
02/07/2022

Barn fires are devastating and winter is the most common time for them. Are you as prepared as you can be? If you don't have a relationship with your local fire department, now is a good time to call and talk with them about doing a walk-through in your barn to spot potential problems and help them to learn the layout and contents of your facility. Having advanced knowledge of your property could help save a life.

We hope you are all staying safe and warm.  We plan to be open from noon to 5 today for anyone who needs their animal to...
02/04/2022

We hope you are all staying safe and warm. We plan to be open from noon to 5 today for anyone who needs their animal to be seen before the weekend or who needs to pick up medications. If you already have an appointment scheduled, you are welcome to keep it, but if you need to reschedule, we totally understand since many of roads aren't yet cleared.

We are closed today for staff and client safety due to the ice already here and the large amount of snow predicted throu...
02/03/2022

We are closed today for staff and client safety due to the ice already here and the large amount of snow predicted throughout the day. We hope everyone stays safe and warm today and we will update you as soon as the office is open again!

You can still reach our on call vet at 937-962-7035 for advice if you have an emergency situation today!

February and March are Dental Health Months at Prices Creek Vet Service.  Have you smelled your dog or cat's breath late...
01/21/2022

February and March are Dental Health Months at Prices Creek Vet Service. Have you smelled your dog or cat's breath lately? 🦷

2 more weeks to schedule your senior horse for this special pricing!
01/15/2022

2 more weeks to schedule your senior horse for this special pricing!

01/03/2022
We will be closing at noon on Friday this week for the New Year Holiday.  We hope you and your furry family have a safe ...
12/30/2021

We will be closing at noon on Friday this week for the New Year Holiday. We hope you and your furry family have a safe and happy holiday weekend.

We will be back in the office Monday morning at 8. Please call 937-962-7035 for any emergency needs this weekend!

Address

6799 US Route 40 E
Lewisburg, OH
45338

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(937) 962-7035

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Thanks for seeing Toffee today. She had fun and it didn't slow her down one bit to come visit you. It's hard to get outside pics, she's so fast!
Sometimes the right thing to do is the hardest thing to do. I want to thank Dr. Andrea Freshwater for taking her time and making this hard day easy for us.
Furby the Barn Manager told Abby, "Don't worry about your fever, Dr. Freshwater will be here soon."
Thank you so much Doc Judd. You'll always have such a special place in our family. From our hearts thank you.
Missing from Sonora road. Her name is Jojo. She has never left the property before. She has dog tags on her. We are afraid someone took her.
I want to say thank you to all the staff at prices creek for taking such good care off Benny and making him comfortable in his last few months we had with him last week Benny went over the rainbow bridge he was a big old baby and he will be missed they say we rescue dogs but it’s really them that rescue us again thank you very much for helping us prices creek staff
Thank you thank you Bailey is back to his ornery self. Staying on med and temp schedule. But thank you so much I can exhale ..
Thanks Dr. Kara Sheerer. Dr. Sheerer came out to the parking lot in inclimate weather for our rescue dog Toastys vaccine so she wouldn't be overly stressed being separated from us due to covid protocol restrictions. She then took our puppy in for vaccines and injury evaluation, and came out again to discuss the (minor) injury. Dr. Sheerer thank you, both dogs are now 100% fine.
I would like to say a Huge Thank you to Dr Judd for coming out to our farm last night and delivering 2 beautiful healthy baby doelings! We are so thankful for your help. We had one that didnt make it but Dr Judd was able to save these 2 beautiful does and mommas life. Thank you again so much! I truly appreciate you coming out last night and safely deliverying these 2 beautiful babies!
please share with family and friends, it do not matter what state you are in, she could be anywhere, thank you $5000.00 reward, no questions asked. reward also applies to anyone who has information that leads to Izzie being found safe and get back home , could be anywhere, last seen in Iron Station NC on July 12th. but if picked up could be anywhere if found please call or text 7045774581 https://www.facebook.com/ADFC.LOST.PAWS/photos/a.1061712420684511/1177826329073119/?type=3&theater
Looking for owner. Found Perry Township Brookville. Call 937-694-4005