Beach Veterinary Service

Beach Veterinary Service
Beach Veterinary Service 20212 Arch Street Little Rock, AR 72206

Beach Veterinary Service

Beach Veterinary Service is a Animal Hospital facility at 20212 Arch Street in Little Rock, AR.
Primary Specialty

Animal Hospital

Services Beach Veterinary Service practices at 20212 Arch Street, Little Rock, AR 72206.

Animal hospitals offer general and emergency pet care services. Some animal hospitals offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Beach Veterinary Service in Little Rock, AR, please call (501) 888-7711 for more information.
Consumer Feedback
(38 Reviews)
4.5 star average for Service
4 star average for Environment
4.5 star average for Expertise
4.5 star average for Staff
4.5 star average for Recommended
4 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
Dr Beach and his staff are absolutely amazing.
by Terrilynn Slate
March 15, 2021
I took my Boxer Heeler mix dog, Zoey to Beach Veterinary service for her yearly wellness care today and was very pleased with her response to the clinic and all the staff and Dr. Beach. I adopted Zoey at 17 months after seeing her photo on Facebook when the previous owner was rehoming her because her work required Zoey to be crated for too long. Also, she lived in a townhouse and didn’t have a yard to run in. My house is on a half acre lot and I have a large fenced in backyard. Zoey loves to run!!
Zoey wasn’t well socialized and was slow to warm up to strangers the first time I took her to a different Veterinarian and I hadn’t had her long and wanted to get her current on her shots and wellness care. I loved the friendliness and obvious competence of the staff at Beach Veterinary Service as we interacted with them, as well as the way Violet and Dr. Beach advised me of the options for flea and tick prevention and treatment, as well as Heartworm and internal parasite prevention for Zoey. Also, I liked being able to walk Zoey up to the door of the clinic directly from my car. This didn’t give her time to get anxious about a new place. At her first Veterinary appointment elsewhere, I was told that it was unlikely that at 17 months, she wasn’t likely to improve much as far as her socialization went. I didn’t necessarily agree with that point of view. I believe that it was too soon to form an opinion as she hadn’t been to a Veterinarian up until that day and was still getting comfortable with me. When I adopted her, she tested positive to Heartworm microfilariae. She was treated for it and has remained on Heartworm Preventative ever since. I am delighted to say that today, she tested negative to Heartworms and any worms. She got a clean bill of health and is at a healthy weight. I am so pleased. This is a milestone for Zoey and me! 😊🐾❤️🐾😊🌈
by Barbara Montague
March 28, 2020
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