Veterinarian, Quartz Hill, CA
The entire staff at Quartz Hill Veterinary Clinic works very hard to provide care for the pets and their owners. The focus of care provided at QHVC begins with the pet owners. Each case is treated on an individual basis and the care provided is done so to meet or exceed the expectations of the owner. Dr. Biggerstaff tells his clients, "you are paying me that means I am working for you". This practice philosophy may seem a little different that what you may hear at other clinics, but it is taken directly from the Veterinarians Oath.
Being admitted to the profession of veterinary medicine, I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health, the relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resources, the promotion of public health, and the advancement of medical knowledge.
I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.I accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence. The first duty of a Veterinarian is to society through the assistance to animals.
We are a full service animal hospital offering the following services.
- Vaccine Clinics
- Dental Exams
- Emergency Services
- Microchip Identification
- Flea & Tick Dip
- Orthopedic Exams
- Pet Insurance
- TPLO / TTA Questions
Dr. Chris Biggerstaff DVM
Dr. Chris graduated from the University of Missouri in 1988 and moved to the Antelope Valley in 1989. He founded Southern Kern Veterinary Services in Rosamond in 1990. Dr Biggerstaff has always had a passion for surgery and a special interest in orthopedic surgery of dogs and cats. He has spent his career learning and honing his skills. General orthopedic trauma and fracture repair and several current surgical techniques for Cruciate Ligament injury repairs are among his areas of experience and special interest.
Dr. Debbie Spencer DVM
Dr. Debbie, as she is known to many, is a mid-west farm girl born in Missouri and raised in our heartland. She is a 1988 graduate of the University of Missouri. She moved to the Antelope Valley in 1989 and has practiced her veterinary skills on small animals since that time. She has a passion for pets tempered with a mid-west practicality providing for a tailored balance of care for each individual pet. Her personal touch with clients has brought comfort and confidence in so many patients over the almost 20 years of service.