Blog by Animal Clinic of Woodruff

Pancreatitis in Dogs

Written on November 18th 2016.
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Pancreatitis. Yes, it sounds scary, but depending on when your dog gets veterinary treatment and the severity of the disease, it can often be treatable. That’s why it’s important for all dog owners to understand the signs of pancreatitis.

What is Pancreatitis?
The pancreas is an organ that lies … read more

Posted in Pet Health Issues

Employee Spotlight: Taylor Satterfield

Written on November 3rd 2016.

Taylor Satterfield started working at Animal Clinic of Woodruff as a kennel assistant. She was responsible for keeping pets clean, fed and happy during their stay with us, either as boarders or patients. Since starting work with ACOW in 2013, Taylor’s dedication and love for animals earned her a pro… read more

Posted in Employee Spotlight

A Dangerous Halloween Treat

Written on October 26th 2016.

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

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