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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

  • Holiday Pet Dangers

    Holiday Pet Dangers

    The holidays are a time filled with family traditions, dazzling decorations and festive twinkling lights…but sometimes these new additions to your home can create hazardous conditions for your pets. With just a few simple steps, you can ensure a safe and happy holiday for you and your pet this season.
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  • 5 Reasons Why We’re Thankful for Pets

    5 Reasons Why We’re Thankful for Pets

    Did you know that having pets can actually lower your risk of heart disease and other ailments? This blog highlights the many ways that pets bless us, each and every day!
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  • Sarcoptic Mange: Save Your Dog’s Skin from Scabies

    Sarcoptic Mange: Save Your Dog’s Skin from Scabies

    The illness we call “mange” on dogs is actually sarcoptic mange, also known as canine scabies. It’s not an illness but rather an infestation of microscopic mites – the parasite known as Sarcoptes scaeibi.
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  • When to Seek Emergency Care

    When to Seek Emergency Care

    Animal Clinic of Woodruff is here for your emergency vet care needs. But we know that sometimes, it can be difficult to know whether your pet’s symptoms warrant taking them to the vet for emergency care.
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  • Facts about the Feline Distemper Vaccine

    Facts about the Feline Distemper Vaccine

    In the past, “feline panleukopenia” also known as “FP” or “feline distemper, was a leading cause of death in cats. This is a highly contagious, hardy viral disease caused by the feline parovirus. Today, thanks to the widespread effectiveness of the vaccine, it is less common.
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  • Heat Stroke: Knowing Your Dog’s Had Too Much

    Heat Stroke: Knowing Your Dog’s Had Too Much

    Playing outside with your dog is a summer tradition, but sometimes excessive fun in the hot summer sun can be too much for your pet. We’ll outline the prevention, symptoms, and initial treatment of heat stroke so that you and your dog can have a safe summer of fun together.
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