We are fortunate to have one of the nation’s leading veterinary specialty clinics right here in Greenville! Upstate Vet Emergency and Specialty Clinic (UVS) accepts patients by referral only, meaning that we see you first, then send you there if your pet needs to be seen at their hospital. They offer advanced veterinary care in internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, dentistry, as well as surgical and critical care services.
We maintain a close working relationship with UVS, and when necessary partner on the care of seriously ill pets, or those requiring advanced surgical procedures. We want the absolute BEST for our client families and their loved ones, and are thankful to have such a state-of-the-art veterinary hospital less than ten miles away!
Additionally, a UVS specialist visits our office twice a week with a mobile ultrasound, allowing us to offer advanced cardiac and abdominal scans on-site! Because of this relationship, your pet’s scans are immediately read and available for our team during your visit, allowing us to make timely decisions to meet your pet’s needs.
Southeast Veterinary Dermatology and Ear Clinic is another referral partner, giving your pet local access to board certified veterinary dermatologists. They specialize in the diagnosis and management of canine and feline allergies, recurrent ear infections, autoimmune and other skin diseases. They have offices in GA, NC and SC, and we are fortunate enough to have one here in Greenville!
Chiropractic care isn’t just for humans; it can also be a very effective complementary therapy for animals, focusing on restoring the body’s ability to function by gently correcting imbalances that may be interfering with the nervous system. For clients interested in chiropractic services for their pets, we refer to The Animal Chiro, in either Simpsonville or Greenville.
We also refer to the Animal Rehab and Conditioning Center in Simpsonville, both for clients who want to keep their canine athletes in peak condition, and for those whose pets may need help with pain management, surgical/injury recovery, mobility, and weight issues. The ARCC offers a variety of therapies and training/conditioning options. (Sorry, Tiger, this one is for dogs only.)
And if your pet is injured or becomes ill after-hours, we work with Upstate Vet in Greenville, the Veterinary Emergency Center in Mauldin, and Care Animal Regional Emergency Center in Spartanburg.
Regardless of your pet’s needs, you can be assured that our relationships with these partners provide comprehensive, 24-hour coverage for their care.