Blog by Animal Clinic of Woodruff

A Dangerous Halloween Treat

Written on October 26th 2016.
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Despite the best intentions of loving pet owners, we suspect that Halloween might be among a pet’s least favorite holidays. They are often dressed in costume, which makes for adorable photos, but often means animals spend the evening rather uncomfortable. Dogs are closed in rooms and crates and told… read more

Posted in Prevention Health

Employee Spotlight: Autumn Wooten

Written on October 13th 2016.

Autumn Wooten, a receptionist at Animal Clinic of Woodruff, is originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming, and she brings her Western ranch lifestyle with her to South Carolina. Autumn has been  married to Jason Wooten for seven years, and they have two beautiful little girls, Emma, age 6, and Piper, age 3 (… read more

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Preparing Pets for Emergencies

Written on August 23rd 2016.

In August, we saw record floods in Louisiana and destructive fires in California, and appropriately, September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. It’s an ideal time, then, to think through your family’s disaster preparations – not just for your house and children, but also for your pets. Do yo… read more

Posted in Prevention Health

Employee Spotlight: Janice Tuck

Written on August 22nd 2016.

At Animal Clinic of Woodruff, our veterinarians, vet techs and staff members work here because they love serving pets and people. Vet work is a job you choose because you love it. Today’s spotlight employee, Janice Tuck, is a great example of this passion.

Janice is a Woodruff native who graduate… read more

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Keep Cats Cool in Summer

Written on July 22nd 2016.
Most of us think cats are pretty cool… but in Spartanburg’s hot summer months, they may not be feeling that way. Cat parents need to take special care in summer to ensure cats remain cool and don’t get overheated.
Tips to keep your cat cool
  • Provide cool places to hang out. Your ca… read more
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