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

Seneca Animal Hospital Presents Trunk or Treat on October 28th, 2023 from 5 to 7pm!

On Saturday, October 28th, from 5 pm – 7 pm, come by Seneca Animal Hospital for this family fun event! Kids can have fun in the bounce house, and leashed pets are welcome!
Please park in the lower grass lot below Seneca Animal Hospital.

Pet Surgery & Dental Care in Seneca, SC

Veterinary Services

We provide pet surgery & dental care services at Seneca Animal Hospital.

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Surgery & Dental Care at Seneca Animal Hospital

Routine surgical procedures offered include:

 

Dental procedures offered include:

  • Teeth Cleaning & Polishing
  • Dental X-Rays
  • Tooth Extractions

 

 Specialty surgical procedures include:

  • Cruciate Ligament (CCL) Repair*
  • Fracture Repairs*
  • Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO)*
  • Gastrointestinal Exploratory
  • Limb Amputation*
  • Gastropexy
  • Rectal Prolapse Repair*
  • Entropion Surgery

 *Orthopedic or advanced procedures may be referred to Upstate Vet or performed by Upstate Vet Mobile Services

Spay & Neuter Services at Seneca Animal Hospital

Having your dog or cat spayed or neutered is one of the best preventive health procedures you can choose for your pet. Spay and neuter procedures are routine and safe surgeries with a relatively quick recovery time. The spaying procedure removes the reproductive organs of females and the testicles of males.

What to know before bringing your pet for a surgical procedure:

Pets should not be fed after 8 p.m. the evening prior to the scheduled procedure. Water is acceptable to offer at all times. Please note that an overnight fast may not be recommended for every pet, especially diabetic and exotic pets. Instructions for fasting are typically given when the procedure is scheduled, however, please call us if you are unsure.

Why spay or neuter my pet?

Every year in the United States, millions of healthy cats and dogs are euthanized due to the high population of homeless pets. Animal shelters are regularly overwhelmed with pets, and if unable to find homes for all of them, euthanasia is, unfortunately, a common outcome. Having your pet spayed or neutered helps to lessen the number of abandoned and homeless animals on the streets and in shelters. Additionally, there are several medical benefits to spaying and neutering your pet.

For female animals, the process is called spaying.  Benefits can include:

  • Zero or minimal number of heat cycles
  • Elimination of unwanted behaviors such as howling and crying behavior during a heat cycle
  • Reduction in risk of reproductive organ and breast cancers as well as urinary tract infections

 

For male animals, the process is called neutering.  Benefits can include:

  • Elimination or reduction of unwanted behaviors such as aggression, roaming, and urine marking
  • Reduction of risk of testicular cancer and prostate diseases

 

When should I spay or neuter my pet?

When should I spay or neuter my pet?

The surgery is usually performed between six to sixteen months of age for dogs and after six months of age for cats.  However, each pet’s needs are different and other factors may be considered by your veterinarian to determine the best time to have the procedure performed.

To inquire about our surgical procedures, including cost, scheduling, or other questions, please contact us here!