South Carolina Veterinarians & Animal Hospitals

The following cities in South Carolina have day pet care businesses offering veterinarian, surgery, boarding, and other animal treatment services. Please select a city in South Carolina to browse the veterinarians and animal hospitals available.
Aiken Anderson Awendaw Aynor Ballentine
Bamberg Beaufort Beech Island Bishopville Bluffton
Blythewood Boiling Springs Camden Chapin Charleston
Cheraw Chesnee Chester Clemson Clinton
Columbia Conway Coosawatchie Crocketville Darlington
Duncan Easley Eastover Edgefield Florence
Fort Lawn Fort Mill Gaffney Galivants Ferry Georgetown
Goose Creek Greenville Greenwood Greer Hampton
Hanahan Hartsville Hemingway Hilton Head Island Holly Hill
Honea Path Hopkins Inman Irmo James Island
Johns Island Johnston Kershaw Kingstree Ladson
Ladys Island Lake City Lancaster Landrum Laurens
Leesville Lexington Liberty Little River Loris
Lugoff Manning Marion Mauldin Moncks Corner
Mount Pleasant Mullins Murrells Inlet Myrtle Beach Newberry
North Augusta North Charleston North Myrtle Beach Orangeburg Pamplico
Pawleys Island Pendleton Port Royal Ridgeland Ridge Spring
Rock Hill Saint George Saint Helena Island Saint Matthews Saluda
Santee Seneca Simpsonville Spartanburg Summerville
Sumter Taylors Townville Travelers Rest Union
Walterboro Wando West Columbia Westminster West Union
Williston Winnsboro Woodruff Yonges Island York

 
 
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Quetstions to Ask Your Vet

Among other questions to ask your veterinarian will be those that involve bathing your dog. Most people tend to bathe their dogs on a weekly basis in many cases. This is because dogs, especially those that are very active and spend a great deal of time outdoors begin to take on a “dog” odor. It is generally recommended that you bathe your dog once a month, at most however because the dog will lose essential oils when bathed too often.

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