We do request a small donation of $5.00 with proceeds going to the AVMF (American Veterinary Medical Foundation), a charitable fund that helps rescued, abused or neglected pets in desperate need of medical care. Disclaimer***All pets must be on leashes or in carriers and proof of up-to-date on vaccinations. HVC reminds pet guardians to avoid any activities which may be uncomfortable, stressful or pose any risk to your pet. When deciding to bring your companion animal into a public environment, please be sure that he or she is properly socialized and able to interact with other animals.
We RECOMMEND that heartworm preventive be given all year long.
Mosquitoes can survive the winter inside your home. A mosquito that is carrying Heartworm disease is as much of a threat to your dog in the winter as in the summer. Only one bite can infect your pet. Monthly prevention eliminates the possibility of infection during the “off-season.” A year-round prevention program virtually eliminates the possibility of contracting heartworm disease because no “off-season” will exist.
Many pet owners face the challenge of what they should do with their cat or dog while they’re away on vacation or a business trip. Some pet owners get sitters and others opt with pet boarding services. With a cat and dog boarding facility, you can rest assured that your furry friend is getting the professional care they deserve.
We all know that preventing disease or catching it in its early stages is far better than treating it once it has had time to progress to a more severe stage. Preventive health care on a regular basis will help you do just that, and save you and your pet from needless suffering and a larger financial burden.
Our experienced team of veterinarians and clinic professionals at Hanahan Veterinary Clinic provides excellent treatment and care to patients, to ensure your pet benefits from appropriate and compassionate treatment. We will support and advise you in routine care throughout the life of your pet, allowing early detection and treatment of any health issues.
Along with antibiotics and vaccinations, advancements in dental care and oral hygiene have contributes greatly to the overall health of people and the populations as a whole. Just like in people, pets’ teeth also need routine care and periodic cleaning to prevent the pain and potential disease of loose or infected teeth.
Here at Hanahan Veterinary Clinic we provide many surgical needs from spaying, neutering dental care and internal or other soft tissue surgeries.
In keeping with our commitment to provide excellent patient care, we are excited to introduce a New and User Friendly online service, ePetHealth. This technology offers you 24/7 online access to your pet’s medical information. This service allows you to view or print the necessary information needed in an emergency, when traveling, boarding or taking classes.
With VetSource, you can sign up for home-delivery of many different medications and even prescription foods.
We are excited to now offer cold laser therapy for our patients. Come in and ask us how laser therapy can help your pet!