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Convenient Veterinary Services for Spartanburg, Woodruff & Roebuck,  South Carolina

HOURS:  Open M-F 8 AM - 5 PM

ADDRESS:  8272 US-221, Woodruff, SC 29388

PHONE NUMBER:  864.576.9800

  • Dry Eye in Dogs

    Dry Eye in Dogs

    Is your dog blinking often? Does your dog have red eyes, or swollen tissue around the eye? Have you seen thick discharge from the eyes, or hair matting around the eyes from discharge? If you said yes to any of this, your dog may be dealing with dry eye syndrome, formally known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca (or KCS).
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  • All About Cat Breeds

    All About Cat Breeds

    Dog owners seem to always talk about breeds. They may always describe their dog by breed (“my Golden Retriever Sampson”) or talk about breeders like beloved stores (“the best Jack Russell breeder in South Carolina”). Breed names also offer a terminology for even non-pet-owners to help describe a dog’s appearance: “he has a Bulldog-like face” or “she has legs like a Greyhound.” But does that work for cat owners as well? Are there cat breed traits like dogs?
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  • How to Feed the Cat

    How to Feed the Cat

    The amount of food your cat needs depends on a variety of factors, including the cat’s weight, amount of daily activity, and any health concerns. Often, you can follow the advice listed on the back of food containers, which lists the weight of a cat and the amount of food needed per day.
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  • When pets get the sniffles: Understanding cold symptoms in dogs and cats

    When pets get the sniffles: Understanding cold symptoms in dogs and cats

    It’s that time of year again – colds, sniffles and even the flu start taking over schools and offices. It seems like almost everyone is carrying tissues and spending a few days in bed. With such a prevalence of colds in humans during winter, it’s easy to wonder if and how such viruses pass to our pets. Can dogs and cats catch a cold?
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  • How (and why) to get in shape with your dog this year.

    How (and why) to get in shape with your dog this year.

    Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get in shape? If so – and if you’ve got a dog at home – you’re in luck. Getting in shape along with your dog is not only a good idea for both of you, but it’s easier and more fun to do together.
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  • How to Keep Dogs Safe in Cars

    How to Keep Dogs Safe in Cars

    For those of us who think of our dogs as family members, it’s tempting to take them with us everywhere we go. But before you load your dog into the car for a trip to the grocery, make sure you follow a few key steps to ensure the ride is safe for your dog.
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