Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I have an emergency after hours?
For after hours care contact:
Upstate Vet Emergency and Specialty Care in Greenville at (864) 233-7650
South Carolina Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Care in Columbia at (803) 674-8285
Do you offer payment plans?
We do require payment at time of service, but accept cash, credit and debit cards and Care Credit.
Do I have to schedule an appointment to be seen?
No, you don't have to have an appointment to be seen. We take walk-ins Monday through Friday between 8am and 11am. Outside of those hours we do require an appointment, but emergencies will be seen any time during normal business hours.
Do you perform surgery?
Yes, our doctors perform surgery 3 days a week on-site. We offer spaying, neutering, dental procedures, soft tissue surgeries and some orthopedic procedures.
Why does my pet need to be on a heartworm preventative and flea control?
Every dog and cat should receive preventative treatments for heartworms, fleas and ticks. These products help to protect your pet from life threatening illnesses that are easily prevented. There are many options from monthly to every 12 month treatments to help keep your loved one safe.
What is the earliest age I can have my pet spayed or neutered?
Your pet can be spayed or neutered starting at 6 months of age.
What is the Shot Clinic?
Currently Suspended Due to COVID-19 precautions - Normally Every Thursday from 9-10am we offer discounted vaccination services.
Do you treat exotic animals?
We do not treat exotic pets.
Do you adopt animals?
We do not adopt animals. We do work with Laurens County Animal Control and Laurens County Humane Society as well as a number of rescue organizations who do. Any of these organizations are great resources if you are looking to adopt.