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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

  • When is my pet a senior?

    When is my pet a senior?

    Most of us understand the difference between puppies and dogs, or kittens and cats – you sense the change in size and behavior – but the shift from pet to senior pet can be more subtle. It’s important to know when your cat or dog is senior, though, as the care and attention you give them needs to shift as they age.

  • Can I share Thanksgiving food with my pets?

    Can I share Thanksgiving food with my pets?

    Thanksgiving is the holiday of great food and lots of it. As you’re cleaning up the dishes in a festive mood, it can be tempting to share the holiday bounty with your pets. But these rich foods are not healthy – and can even be very dangerous for pets.

  • Get Ready for Holiday Boarding

    Get Ready for Holiday Boarding

    It seems like as soon as that Halloween bag of candy is finished, it’s time to start planning for the end-of-year holidays. Whether that means traveling to visit family for Thanksgiving or taking a vacation during the kids’ winter break from school, now is the time to make plans to ensure your pets are cared for while you’re away.

  • How to Keep the Dog Happy When Kids Go Back to School

    How to Keep the Dog Happy When Kids Go Back to School

    Ah, back to school time. Some parents are thrilled to have the kids out of the house, while others might be mourning the loss of their busy home. But at least one member of the family is certainly going to have trouble with the adjustment: the family dog. When kids go back to school, your dog’s world just went from regularly adventuring with the whole pack to long hours home alone. Will your dog be terribly lonely? And if so, how can you help your dog adjust once the house empties out?

  • Rattlesnake Vaccine for Dogs Now Available

    Rattlesnake Vaccine for Dogs Now Available

    Animal Clinic of Woodruff is now carrying the Crotalus Atrox Toxoid (or rattlesnake vaccine for dogs). Read below to see if you should consider getting this potentially life-saving vaccine for your dog.

  • Surviving Summer Shedding

    Surviving Summer Shedding

    Many dog owners can predict the weather more by the state of their floors and furniture than by the temps outside: when the dog hair starts to pile up, it must be the start of warmer seasons. Other homeowners fight the shedding all year long.

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