Blog by Animal Clinic of Woodruff

3 Steps to Keep Pets Healthy in Winter

Written on February 5th 2018.
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It may be February, but the cold weather season is not yet over for Upstate South Carolina. As we look at another month or two of cold temperatures, ice and possibly snow, it’s important to know some tips to keep your pets healthy and happy in winter weather.

Three Steps to Keep Pets Healthy in W… read more

Posted in Prevention Health

Infectious Hepatitis in Dogs

Written on January 26th 2018.

Hepatitis means an inflammation of the liver. In pets, as in humans, the liver is an essential organ in the body. It helps digest and metabolize food, and clears the body of toxins. The liver also produces bile, which is necessary for digestion.

Infectious Canine Hepatitis (ICH) is a type of hepa… read more

Posted in Pet Health Issues | Prevention Health | Vaccinations

A Pet Owner’s New Year’s Resolutions

Written on January 10th 2018.

The New Year is a time for reflecting on the past and looking forward to the future. It’s a time that many of us make resolutions to improve our lives, break old habits, or focus on new goals. Your friends at Animal Clinic of Woodruff thought we’d add to your consideration a list of resolutions that… read more

Posted in Prevention Health

Pets and Holiday Guests: 5 tips for better time together

Written on December 19th 2017.

For many of us, the holidays involve spending more time with family and friends – and often they’re at our house. And while that may make you start planning the shopping, cleaning and cooking, it’s important to also plan for your pets. Their house is about to be invaded, so you need to make sure it … read more

Posted in Pet Behavior

ACOW is Hiring!

Written on December 13th 2017.

Animal Clinic is looking for a new member to our team to work in the kennels. This new employee will love pets, have a can-do attitude, and be happy to work on a variety of tasks.

Responsibilities that the Kennel Assistant will handle will include, but aren’t limited to: washing dogs, walking dog… read more

Posted in ACOW News

Protect People and Pets from Rabies

Written on December 12th 2017.

You may have heard a news report recently about a rabid bat killing a person. Or the warning to avoid parts of Atlanta due to a rabid cat. It can sometimes feel like people are making a big deal over a weird, rare disease. Is rabies worth all this hype and concern?

Why is the fear of rabies so in… read more

Posted in Prevention Health | Vaccinations

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