Q: What are your hours?
A: We are open Monday-Friday 9am-9pm and Saturday 9am-6pm.
Q: How do I find out your pricing?
A: The best way to work up an estimate is to schedule an appointment and meet with Dr. Leeman. Together you can come up with a treatment plan tailored to your budget and your pets’ needs.
Q: What do I do in a veterinary medical emergency?
A: Please call our office right away. One of the best options might be a referral to an emergency specialty care facility; however, we are equipped to handle some medical emergencies.
Q: Is heartworm prevention really necessary?
A: Yes. Heartworm prevention is one of the most important preventive diseases we face in the low country. We strongly encourage all pet owners to make sure their animal is protected. If you find that you have missed a dose or doses please call our office immediately.
Q: How often should my pet be vaccinated?
A: We recommend that your pet be seen and vaccinated annually. Yearly wellness exams are vital to your pets overall health and wellbeing.
Q: How important is it to get my animals teeth cleaned?
A: Depending on the animal, regular dental cleaning and oral care are essential in the prevention of periodontal disease, oral illness, pathology and many other disease processes. Early detection of periodontal disease is critical for the long-term health of any pet.
Q: What are the signs my animal needs a dental?
A: Bad breath, loose teeth, plaque, and tartar build up can all be signs that your animal may be a good candidate for a dental cleaning.
Q: What is the best flea and tick preventive?
A: There are multiple options available on the market for parasite control. Every individual pet differs in its needs in what product may be most appropriate.
Q: What are the benefits to having my pets spayed and neutered?
A: Spaying and neutering your pets is the best way to ensure your animal does not have unwanted litters of puppies or kittens. Spaying and neutering your pet can greatly reduce their risk of developing many forms of cancer and conditions that can be life threatening. It also can eliminate unwanted behaviors such as aggression.
Q: Do you board animals at your clinic?
A: As of now, no we do not.