To schedule an appointment or ask a question about your pet, please call 864.576.9800. If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please call before coming in.

Animal Clinic of Woodruff is conveniently located near Roebuck, Woodruff, and the Dorman Community in and around Spartanburg, just off I-26 on Highway 221 heading towards Woodruff.

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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

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