Gizmo has found a new home!!!

Meet Gizmo!  He is a 4 year old domestic medium hair. He was surrendered to us along with his sister when their owners could no longer take care of them. Although his sister has already been adopted, Gizmo is still waiting for that forever home. He is very sweet and affectionate, getting along well with the other cats here in the clinic. Dr. Steele recently removed removed a benign mass from the top of his head. He has recovered well from surgery and read to go!  Come by and visit him today! Call Advanced Animal Care of Mt. Pleasant for more adoption details. 843-884-9838Gizmo Gizmo

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Kiwi has been adopted!!

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Kiwi is a 2 year old domestic shorthair cat.  She is spayed and up-to-date on all of her vaccinations. She is a very sweet, and sometimes shy little kitty who loves to curl up on your lap. She was surrendered to us when her owner could no longer care for her. She would make a wonderful addition to any family! Come by and visit anytime. For adoption details please contact Advanced Animal Care at 843-884-9838.

Home Away From Home

Not only are we a full-service animal hospital, but we also offer boarding to both dogs and cats that need to stay overnight, with a focus on animals with special needs such as diabetes, nutritional challenges and advanced aged seniors. We provide each and every animal with one-on-one attention and individualized care to ensure their comfort and your peace of mind. Call 843-9838 to make a reservation.
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Meet Cricket!

Introducing…Cricket!! She is a super sweet 8 month old female domestic shorthair looking for a warm and loving home. She is spayed and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Cricket gets along well with other cats, and loves curling up on anybody’s lap. Please come in for a visit!! Call 843-884-1838 for adoption details.
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Periodontal Disease

Did you know Periodontal Disease is one of the most common diseases in dogs and cats? In addition to causing oral pain and tooth loss, periodontal infections can spread systemically and may adversely affect various organs, including the heart, kidneys, and liver. Watch the video below to learn more about how to prevent this disease.
 

 
 
 

February is Pet Dental Month

In honor of National Pet Dental Month, we are offering 20% OFF all dental procedures this month!  Many pet owners do not realize how important their pet’s dental health can be. That nasty breath could potentially pose signficant health issues such as periodontal disease if not treated early. Periodontal disease can lead to other problems targeting the heart, liver, and kidneys. Call and schedule your pet’s appointment today! 843-884-9838

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