Animal Hospital


Animal Hospital in Spartanburg, SC

Owning an animal can be one of the greatest joys in life. Pets are our companions, and we love them deeply. If we provide our pets with healthy food, love, attention, and daily exercise, they are happy and healthy. However, from time to time, accidents and emergencies can occur. Your pet may have eaten the wrong thing, came down with a disease, or another concerning issue.

Reidville Road Animal Hospital in Spartanburg, SC is both a pet clinic and a pet hospital. We see patients on a day to day basis, and also provide hospital services when needed. Our hospital equipment is top of the line, and our staffed veterinarians have years of experience practicing in a vet hospital and performing surgical procedures.

Animal Hospital Spartanburg, SC

We Have Experienced Veterinarians At Our Pet Hospital

The veterinarians at Reidville Road Animal Hospital are highly experienced, and have dealt with procedures both large and small. Many of our most common surgeries are spaying and neutering. However, we also perform many other types of surgeries, including emergency procedures. If you're concerned whether or not your pet should come to our animal hospital, please contact us today.

Contact our offices right away if you have a pet emergency in Spartanburg, SC.

If you're unsure whether or not your pet is having an emergency, we've outlined the top most common pet emergencies we receive at our pet hospital in Spartanburg, SC. We want you to be informed at all times. Of course, if there's any questions you have, please reach out to us. All questions and concerns are welcome!

  • Pain. One of the most common pet emergencies is pain. Pain can happen for many reasons. Common symptoms pets experience are increased heart rates, whining, aggression, panting, and restlessness.
  • Respiratory Difficulties.  Even though it's scary, if a dog has difficulty breathing it means something is going on. If your dog is having trouble breathing it may indicate an allergic reaction, heart failure, blocked lung, or other serious problem. This should be treated seriously, and our pet clinic will be able to help.
  • Seizures. If your pet has had a seizure, you need to bring them into our animal hospital as soon as you can. Seizures happen when electrical activity in the brain becomes abnormal. Sometimes seizures are isolated, and other times they happen in groups.
  • Vomiting & Diarrhea. Did your dog eat something they shouldn't have? Their bodies may react in this manner. Vomiting and excessive excreting occurs when a pet has gastrointestinal problems.
  • Urinating Difficulties. Don't treat this lightly - if your pet is having trouble peeing it could be a result of a kidney stone, blood clot, cancer, or other life threatening symptom.
  • Coughing & Choking. If you've noticed your pet coughing or choking, make sure they come into our pet clinic to get checked out. Even if the episode clears up, they may have residual respiratory issues or be suffering from a bacterium, virus, fungus, or allergic reaction.
  • Trauma. Unfortunately, pets may sustain trauma at some point in their life. If your pet has damaged any of their body parts due to a strike or blow, they need to be seen at our animal hospital.
  • Toxins. Uh-oh, do you notice that your laundry detergent is being lapped up? What about your piece of chocolate? Pets, even though they're told not to, often get into toxic substances they shouldn't.
  • Dog Bites. Any wound can be life-threatening, and if your pet has gotten into a scuffle with a dog, they need to be checked out. Dog bites do damage to the tissue, muscle, and fat of an animal, and can cause infections.

If your pet is experiencing any of the following, or more, please call Reidville Road Animal Hospital in Spartanburg, SC. We care about your animals just as much as you do, and we want them to be safe and out of harm's way. We want your pet to be healthy and happy!
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