Blog by Animal Clinic of Woodruff

Keep Cats Cool in Summer

Written on July 22nd 2016.
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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
Posted in Prevention Health

A No-Worry Heartworm Solution

Written on July 19th 2016.

Animal Clinic of Woodruff is now carrying Proheart 6, an injectable heartworm preventative for dogs. The key benefit of Proheart 6 is that a single injection provides 6 months of continuous heartworm prevention—meaning no more worrying about remembering to give monthly pills or chews (learn more abo… read more

Posted in Prevention Health

Employee Spotlight: Chris Satterfield

Written on July 8th 2016.

At Animal Clinic of Woodruff, all of our employees have three things in common:

• A passionate love for animals 
• Extensive education and experience
• A loving, family approach to animal care

Today’s “Employee Spotlight” highlights someone who epitomizes all three of these traits, Chris Sa… read more

Posted in Employee Spotlight

Highlight: Karen Schuur

Written on May 16th 2016.

I was born in Asheville, NC. My dad traveled doing construction work; I was schooled in South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Missouri.

I worked in retail until I moved to Cowpens. A job became available at the shelter and I had worked with animals before as a wildlife rehabilit… read more

Posted in Employee Spotlight

Canine Influenza in South Carolina

Written on May 12th 2016.

Canine Influenza, also known as CI or dog flu, is a highly contagious disease that can make dogs (and sometimes cats) very ill. Caused by the canine influenza virus (CIV), dog flu is a respiratory infection that causes a cough, thick nasal discharge (runny nose), and a fever. Other symptoms include … read more

Posted in Influenza | Prevention Health

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