Seneca Animal Hospital’s appointment, prescription, deposit, and other policies can be found here.

Hours & COVID-19 Policy

Our current business hours:

Monday: 8:00am-12pm & 2:00pm-5:30pm (We are closed every Monday from 12:00pm – 2:00pm for staff meetings.)
Tuesday: 8:00am-5:30pm
Wednesday: 8:00am-5:30pm
Thursday: 8:00am-7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-5:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-12:00pm

Hospital COVID-19 Policy

Seneca Animal Hospital stays current on the recommendations from the AVMA, CDC, and DHEC regarding COVID-19 safety. Our safety protocol is designed to maintain uninterrupted service for your family; our patients. Due to the decreased COVID-19 cases locally, mask wearing is optional when visiting our hospital! Based on your preference, you may request your doctor and care team wear a mask.

Please wear a mask if you are experiencing any signs of respiratory illness (i.e. cough, sneeze) or recently recovering from a respiratory illness. Thank you for being considerate of others and maintaining safe distances. Curbside service will remain available upon request for any visit.

Thank you,
Seneca Animal Hospital Team

Pet Diagnostics
in Seneca, SC

Veterinary Services

We provide pet diagnostics services at Seneca Animal Hospital.

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Diagnostics at Seneca Animal Hospital

Routine diagnostics offered include:

  • In-office canine heartworm testing 
  • In-office feline FIV/FeLV testing
  • In-office and reference laboratory fecal testing
  • Preventative blood and urinalysis testing for well patients
  • Diagnostic blood and urinalysis testing for sick patients
  • Diagnostic radiographs
  • Blood glucose testing
  • Progesterone testing (click here for more information regarding our reproductive services)

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    Specialty diagnostics available include:

    We utilize the diagnostics laboratories of several colleges of veterinary medicine as well.  This includes thyroid testing with Michigan State University, endocrinology testing with the University of Tennessee, and gastrointestinal disease testing with Texas A&M.