3070 Michigan Ave West, Battle Creek, MI 49037

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Welcome to Turner Veterinary Clinic

Turner Veterinary Clinic has been serving the Greater Battle Creek Area for over 75 years. We pride ourselves in the fact that there have only been four different owners during that time span. Dr. Benjamin Huelsbergen bought the practice in 1998 and has continued a long tradition of compassionate and personalized care for each of his patients and their families. 

OUR CLINIC HOURS – By Appointment Only

 

Our Veterinary Services

Wellness and Prevention

Routine visits help in preventing disease through vaccinations and routine blood work. By catching disease at its earliest stages, it's often more treatable, and more cost effective.
Feline Specialty Services

From our feline boarding services to advanced consultations on blood transfusions or FeLV (Feline Leukemia) & FIV, we understand the unique needs of our feline friends.
Full Service Medical Consultations
Cats and dogs can't tell us what's wrong...through digital radiography, ultrasound, urinalysis with use of our in-house lab, we can get to the bottom of illness.
Full Service Surgery
and Dental Care
The teeth are the window into your pet's overall health. We help provide consultations on at home dental care and offer dental services to help keep your pet's mouth health.

 

Holiday Safety

Be mindful of holiday hazards that may entice your curious pets:

  • Ornaments
  • Garland and tinsel
  • Candles
  • Essential oils or Potpourri
  • Wrapping paper and gifts
  • Scented items which smell like food
  • Holly, mistletoe and lilies

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Recent Blog Posts

Preventing and Treating Hot Spots on Your Dog or Cat

Acute moist dermatitis, more commonly known as hot spots, occurs due to a bacterial infection on your pet’s skin. Your dog or cat will naturally bite, chew, lick or scratch his skin in response to an irritant. Unfortunately for your pet, this tends to increase rather than decrease his discomfort. Anal gland disease, allergies to fleas or food ingredients, mange, tick bites, and inadequate grooming are the primary causes of hot spots in companion animals. 

Hot, humid weather can cause excess skin moisture that in turn causes hot spots to develop. It’s especially important to check your pet’s skin for evidence of hot spots now that the weather is consistently warm.

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Safety Tips for a Fun Summer with Your Pet
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April is Heartworm Awareness Month
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Providing Exceptional Veterinary Care

SERVING  BATTLE CREEK, AUGUSTA, GULL LAKE,  RICHLAND, AND SURROUNDING AREAS.

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