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Animal Hospital Terms to Know

Whether you have a dog, cat, bird, rabbit or other animal, you’ll inevitably need to take your pet to an animal hospital to receive some type of treatment. Get to know the following 7 terms so you can familiarize yourself with animal hospitals before you need to go.

  • Hospital - Animal hospitals are typically 24 hour care centers that provide a variety of routine and emergency services to maintain the health of your pet. Animal hospitals are different than vet offices because they typically are open longer hours and have an array of medical equipment.
  • Veterinarian - A person who treats animals and a practitioner of veterinary medicine. Some vets practice medicine in a limited field, which includes the treatment of dogs, cats and other small pets. While other vets practice production medicine, which includes the treatment of cattle, swine, horse/equine, sheep, poultry and other exotic animals.
  • Veterinary Technician - A person who is trained to assist veterinarians. Technicians may perform a variety of tasks, such as skin scrapings, collecting urine, taking x-rays, and performing lab procedures and tests.
  • Vet Specialist - A person who provides services to other veterinarians in special areas, such as surgery, ophthalmology, radiology, anesthesiology, and internal medicine. They have a higher level of expertise than a general vet practitioner does.
  • Vaccines - Animal hospitals can administer vaccines for your pet in order to maintain their good health. Common vaccines for cats and dogs include: rabies, bordetella, parvo, lyme, and feline leukemia.
  • Diagnostic Tests - Animal clinic technicians may perform diagnostic tests, such as x-rays and CT scans, to screen for any ailments affecting your pet’s health.
  • Surgery - Most common surgeries at clinics include spaying and neutering, but other emergency surgeries are performed according to the care needed by the pet. Animals are given anesthetics so they don’t feel pain.
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    The American Animal Hospital Association
    Lakewood, CO 80228
    Make sure your pet care facility is up to date by joining our animal hospitals association. Providing helpful resources for your business to offer the best care for pets at our animal hospitals association.
     
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    West Spartan County Animal Hospital Inc
    13220 E Wade Hampton Blvd, Greer, SC 29651
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    (864) 877-3489
     
    User Review: "I have been to many vets because I have always had animals growing up and currently, never have a found a better place to..." - jennifer (FL)
    Banks Animal Hospital
    6070 Saint Andrews Rd, Columbia, SC 29212
    Dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's health care needs. That's why we strive to treat your pet as we would our own, with love, care, and patience. Skilled veterinarians on staff.
    (803) 798-6252
    Edisto Equine Clinic
    7796 White Point Rd, Hollywood, SC 29449
    We provide responsive emergency services 24/7 for the peace of mind of horse owners. Our veterinarians and technicians understand how critical emergency services are to your horses well-being.
    (843) 889-1316
    Jonathan R Shong DVM
    3472 Maybank Hwy, Johns Island, SC 29455
    (843) 559-3889
    DR A L Glenn Doctor
    2555 Gentry Memorial Hwy, Pickens, SC 29671
    (864) 878-3044
    Two Notch Road Animal Clinic
    10298 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, SC 29229
    (803) 788-7387
    Animal Hospital of North Myrtle Beach, P.A.
    2501 Highway 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
    (843) 272-8121
    Harborwalk Veterinary Hospital
    1001 Front St, Georgetown, SC 29440
    (843) 546-3355


    Animal hospitals are located all over the world. In fact, there are numerous pet clinics and emergency vet services in the United States alone. With over three hundred million people living in the US, there are a lot of domesticated pets that require health care to some degree. Many of these animals are dogs, cats, rabbits, and birds. Depending on the town or city you reside in, there is likely at least one veterinarian or animal hospital in your area. As you may be aware, there are different types of animal clinics and vets. Some of these pet hospitals are open 24 hours a day, and provide emergency services to animals. Other clinics are only open during set hours each week, and provide health care to pets, such as routine check-ups, vaccines, and medicines that treat certain health conditions. There are also some animal care centers and vets that assist with certain surgery procedures. The animal doctor or veterinarian that works at the clinic can inform you of what vaccines and surgical procedures they handle. It is common for many vets to deal with large dogs, small exotic birds, and even rabbits. However, a specialty vet or equine technician may be necessary for individuals who own horses. It is not difficult to obtain more information on animal hospitals and shelters. In fact, you can get in touch with any vets or animal clinics in your area by phone. This way you can make any necessary inquiries regarding a specific pet or animal.
     
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