Category: BSVC Bulletin

Grooming in our Sabetha location

October 26, 2017
BSVC Bulletin, Uncategorized

Is your furry friend starting to look a little shaggy? Bern-Sabetha Veterinary Clinic is excited to announce we now offer grooming in our Sabetha location. Give us a call to get your pet a fresh new look for fall. (785)284-2103    

Dog and Cat boarding in our Sabetha location

May 3, 2017
BSVC Bulletin

With the summer months approaching you are busy planning your vacation. But what about your pets? Don’t worry, we now have boarding in our Sabetha location. We have 6 ft runs available for our dog boarding with a fold down bed. While staying with us your pup can also enjoy fresh air in our fenced […]

Fully Settled Into 11 E. Main Street!

March 14, 2017
BSVC Bulletin

We’re excited to announce that we are fully settled into our new clinic at 11 E. Main Street in Sabetha. Our newly constructed 5000 foot facility includes: a more spacious reception area, retail space, two small animal exam rooms, pharmacy, a large treatment area, a recovery room with five cages and a full-sized run, an […]

Ground Is Broken On Our New Sabetha Clinic!

July 22, 2016
BSVC Bulletin

Ground has been broken on our new clinic site in Sabetha! The Herrmann Brothers earth-moving crew has stripped the topsoil and are now packing clay to prepare the ground for concrete work. Once the ground is ready, the AHRS crew will pour footings, Arnold’s Refrigeration will install water and sewer lines and then the foundation will be […]

Construction Starting Soon On Our New Sabetha Clinic!

June 1, 2016
BSVC Bulletin

We are very excited to announce that we will soon be breaking ground on our new clinic in Sabetha! Once construction is complete we will be moving from our current Main Street location to the land just east of Community National Bank. Here is a peek at some of the planned features for our 5000 […]

Kansas State Researchers Develop New Vaccines for Avian Flu

September 2, 2015
BSVC Bulletin

A recent study with Kansas State University researchers details vaccine development for two new strains of avian influenza found in other countries that can be transmitted from poultry to humans. Those strains, not found in the U.S., have led to the culling of millions of commercial chickens and turkeys as well as the death of […]