Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital

Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital

Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital is a mixed-animal practice located in Beloit, Kansas.  We take pride in serving our patients and clients with the best care possible.

It may be August, but summer is still in full swing!  Please continue to protect your pets from deadly heartworm disease by giving them an oral preventitive every month even if they "just go outside to potty".  Heartworm disease is spread by mosquitoes and they are still out and about.  Mosquitoes need water to breed therefore prevent breeding and control numbers by eradicating their water sources by treating or removing any standing water.  See our Critter Corner blog page for more information on heartworm disease.

Fleas and ticks are still a nuisance as well and your pet needs to be protected.  We carry a variety of products, one of which would work best for you and your pet.  There are a number of new oral flea and tick medications available along with the topical products.  Stop in!  We would love to showcase and tell you about our new products!

 

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Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital

DR. CHARLES LUKE

Veterinarian

Dr. Luke received his DVM from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1977. In 1979 he and his wife, Jeanette, established Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital in Beloit, Kansas. Since then he and his wife have been blessed with four children, Ryan, Cassie, Nick, and Brady. In his spare time Dr. Luke enjoys hunting and fishing.

DR. MELISSA LUKE

Veterinarian

Dr. Melissa Luke attended the University of Michigan and graduated with a degree in Psychology in 2002. Upon graduation she worked for Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida for a year before she decided to change careers and pursue veterinary medicine. She then went on to graduate from Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 with in interest in equine and small animal medicine. In her spare time she enjoys playing with her two children Jeanese and Otto. 

DR. BRADY LUKE

Veterinarian

Brady graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 and joined the practice in May.  Brady enjoys large animal medicine and surgery, small animal surgery with a special interest in orthopedics, and wound management.  In his spare time he enjoys hunting and fishing and teasing his neice Jeanese. 

Karen Zachgo

Office Manager

Karen has been a member of the SVVH team since August of 2004; working as a receptionist/office manager. Karen enjoys working with small and large animals and has been an amazing addition to the hospital's team. She enjoys fishing, gardening, walking and spending time with her granddaughters, Korbyn and Addison.

Dr. Luke received his DVM from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1977. In 1979 he and his wife, Jeanette, established Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital in Beloit, Kansas. Since then he and his wife have been blessed with four children, Ryan, Cassie, Nick, and Brady. In his spare time Dr. Luke enjoys hunting and fishing.

Dr. Melissa Luke attended the University of Michigan and graduated with a degree in Psychology in 2002. Upon graduation she worked for Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida for a year before she decided to change careers and pursue veterinary medicine. She then went on to graduate from Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 with in interest in equine and small animal medicine. In her spare time she enjoys playing with her two children Jeanese and Otto. 

Brady graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 and joined the practice in May.  Brady enjoys large animal medicine and surgery, small animal surgery with a special interest in orthopedics, and wound management.  In his spare time he enjoys hunting and fishing and teasing his neice Jeanese. 

Karen has been a member of the SVVH team since August of 2004; working as a receptionist/office manager. Karen enjoys working with small and large animals and has been an amazing addition to the hospital's team. She enjoys fishing, gardening, walking and spending time with her granddaughters, Korbyn and Addison.

OUR HISTORY

Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital was established on the seventh of February in 1979 by Dr. Charles Luke and his wife Jeanette Luke, LVT. Since opening, the hospital has expanded its large animal facilities, added a free-stadning boarding building, and updated its appearance inside.  We take pride in providing animals with the best and most advanced care we can give them.  We can assure you that you can still count on the same compassion and enthusiasm towards veterinary medicine as when SVVH was founded 36 years ago.

WHERE WE ARE LOCATED

Solomon Valley Veterinary Hospital is located about a mile west of Beloit on West Main Street and 1.5 miles south of Highway 24. If you need more detailed instructions please call us and we will be happy to direct you.

2911 Henry Trail
Beloit, KS 67420

Our Hours

Monday thru Friday: 8am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 8am - Noon
24 Hour Emergency Telephone Number: (785) 738 - 5545

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Animal Services

We are passionate about animal care

Small Animal

* Dentistry
* Digital X-ray Technology
    (CR Radiology)
* Cardiology (EKG)
* Ultrasound
* Endoscopy
* Electrocautery
* In-House Laboratory
* Pharmacy
* Soft Tissue Surgery
* Orthopedic Surgery
* Intensive Medical Care
* Pet Health Medicine

Small Animal Cont.

* Preventative Healthcare
* Flea & Tick Preventatives
    and Treatments
* Heartworm Preventatives
    and Treatment
* Microchipping
* Grooming
* Boarding
* Pet Adoptions
* Euthanasia/Cremation
* Hill's Science Diet Food
* Other Small Animal Products

Large Animal

* Obstetrics
* Consultation
* Age Source Verification
* Fertility Testing
* Artificial Insemination
* Ultrasound
* Nutrition
* Full Services Laboratory
* Preventative Healthcare
* Many Surgical Procedures
* Portable Radiology
* Equine Dental Powerfloat
* Convenient Haul-In Facilities

Grooming

Professional grooming is available.  Our groomers, Shirley Chapman and Erin Abercrombie, work hard to meet their clients' needs and wants for their pets. They work with a variety of dogs and cats ranging from small to large and young to old.  Generally, their services include the clip, bath, comb out, nail trim, and bows.  Medicated skin treatment and coat conditioning can also be given when needed.

Boarding

Dogs, cats, and small exotic animals are frequent boarders at our hospital. Accommodations include lodging in our kennels which are suited to the size of your pet, Hill’s Science Diet food (owners may bring their own food), fresh water always available, exercise runs, and a bath prior to discharge. The kennels are cleaned and sanitized daily and as needed.

*Please call at least week if you are planning on boarding your pet; our available kennels quickly fill up.

*We require all of our boarders be current on their vaccinations.

Exotic Animal

We offer a variety of services to our exotic animal and wildlife patients ranging from general health exams and beak trims to some surgical procedures.

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