Blue Ribbon Equine Services

5582 Hwy 9
Green Sea, SC 29545

(843)392-3200

www.blueribbonequineservices.com

Blue Ribbon Equine Services welcomes you!

Blue Ribbon Equine Services (BRES) was established by Dr. Kelsey Shea Strickland in 2013 as an equine ambulatory practice. Filling the desires of the community, Dr. Strickland made the decision the expand the business and establish a mixed animal practice based out of Green Sea, SC.  Dr. Strickland takes great pride providing quality compassionate veterinary services at a reasonable price. AT BRES your dog, cat, or horse will never be seen as just an animal. They will always be viewed and treated by our staff as a member of the family.

Now offering DIGITAL COGGINS

Blue Ribbon Equine Services offers the VIN Client Information Library

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Green Sea and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (843)392-3200 for all your pet health care needs.

                                                                                                                                                                        

Pannus in Dogs

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I am Cat Furniture

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Hot Cars are not for Dogs - but they're OK for Defrosting Fish

Hey! You! Yes – you.You know that feeling when you get in a hot car after it’s been sitting, baking in the sweltering sun all day? That cloying, sweaty, Corinth ...

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How much Kitty Vomit is too much?

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Ice or Ice Water Does Not Cause Bloat in Dogs

Neither ice nor ice water will cause stomach spasms in a dog that lead to bloat - "the mother of all emergencies."No matter what veterinarians say, a 2007 emai ...

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Veterinarians concerned about phony service dogs

 

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