Want to experience compassionate comprehensive veterinary care? You’ve come to the right place!

Blue Valley Veterinary Clinic is truly your “one stop shop” when it comes to your animal healthcare needs. We provide a vast array of veterinary services and we are constantly looking for new ways to improve the lives of your pets and livestock. Blue Valley Veterinary Clinic serves the widest variety of animals (from tiny sugar gliders and other exotic pocket pets all the way to cattle and even draft horses!) with the most “open for business” hour availability (check out our Saturday hours as well as our extended Monday evening hours!) of any veterinary clinic in Beatrice and surrounding Gage County area. We are also the only veterinary clinic in Beatrice and along the Highway 77 corridor from south of Lincoln to the Kansas state line to provide after-hours emergency service (just call 402-228-3475!) on nights and weekends. We also make house call visits for companion animals like dogs and cats (including in-home euthanasia, if the time has come to say good bye to your furry friend and you’d prefer to do so in the comfort and familar surroundings of your own home) as well as farm calls for livestock and horses (we have haul-in facilities for cattle and horses, too).

More than a “typical” vet clinic…

  • 24/7 On-Call Emergency Services
  • In-Home Euthanasia
  • Pet House Calls
  • Pet Concierge Services (we will pick up your pet for you for grooming, vet visits, etc. and can drop them off after)
  • In-Home Pet Medication Services (we can come to your home to help administer medication or to demonstrate again for you if you forgot how!)
  • Nutritional Consulting, including Large Animal Rations and Companion Animal Nutrition (including nutritioned tailored to lifestyle and breed)
  • Large Animal (Cattle, Horse, Goat, Sheep, Swine) Farm Call Services
  • Large Animal Haul-In Facilities, including Hospitalization
  • Behavioral Consulting
  • Farm/Herd/Flock Management Consulting, including Written Management Recommendations and Diagnosis/Treatment Protocols