Your Other Family Doctor in Seneca, SC

104 Return Church Rd, Seneca, SC 29678

Medical Services

Pet Boarding

Pet Grooming

Oconee County Veterinarian in Seneca, SC

Veterinarian conveniently located to: Seneca, Westminster, Walhalla, Salem, Mountain Rest, Townville, Fairplay, Long Creek, and Clemson

Seneca Animal Hospital welcomes you! We proudly serve Seneca and the Greater Oconee County Area with complete animal care and veterinary services. Our team of veterinarians are licensed in SC and experienced in handling all types of companion and exotic species of animals, including Cats, Dogs, Birds, Reptiles & Exotics. The health and well-being of your pets will always be our staff’s primary concern and they will take every possible measure to give your animals the expert quality care they deserve.

Seneca Animal Hospital’s full service veterinary medical facility is centrally located in the City of Seneca of Oconee County, SC, just minutes away from Westminster, Walhalla, Clemson, Fairplay, and Townville. Our compassionate staff, technicians, and doctors take great pride in providing your family with complete animal care from grooming, boarding, and wellness to sick, injured, and emergencies. At Seneca Animal Hospital, we have made it a practice to keep improving available animal healthcare by staying diligent with recommended changes of current best practices and offered services for medical, surgical, dental, boarding, and grooming care for our highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting and inspiring responsible pet ownership through preventative health care practices and educational opportunities for pet owners.

Seneca Animal Hospital strives to set the benchmark for excellence in veterinary care offered in our community. Oconee County and the Upstate will forever be our home and dedication to the animals and families within will forever be our drive.

Veterinarian in Seneca, SC

Our Mission

To provide high quality pet health and wellness services to assist your pet in living a longer, happier, and healthier life.

To provide our clients with access to leading edge products, services and educational content focusing on enhancing the human animal bond.





Frequently Asked Questions

What types of animals do you treat?

We are a mixed animal practice and have a veterinarian to treat almost any species of animal:

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Pocket Pets (Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Hamsters, Rats, etc.)
  • Birds
  • Reptiles
  • Snakes
  • Ferrets

Not sure if we treat your pet’s species? Contact us today, our team is happy to answer your questions!

Do I need to schedule an appointment?

Yes. Scheduled appointments allow us to provide better care for your pet and reduce lengthy wait times. During our regular business hours, we will see emergencies when the need arises without an appointment. Because emergency visits disrupt our regularly scheduled appointments, unforeseen delays can occur with our regularly scheduled appointments. We appreciate your patience as we provide any necessary emergency care.

Do you treat exotic or pocket pet animals?

Yes, we will treat any animal except primates and sugar gliders. To ensure your exotic or pocket pet have the best scenario for a complete and speedy recovery, it is important to schedule your appointment as soon as possible upon first sign of abnormal behavior.

Do you do Large Animal or Farm Animal emergencies?

Seneca Animal Hospital is currently referring all Farm and Large Animal Medical Care to Martin Veterinary Services & Palmetto Equine. We apologize for the inconvenience. Our mission is to make sure your animal gets the highest quality care!

Please see our Emergencies page for additional information.

Emergency Services

What animals do we board?

Our premiere kennels are able to safely and comfortably house dogs, cats, birds, pocket pets, some exotics, and some farm animals.

What animals do we groom?

Dog’s & Cat’s.  Depending on your cat’s behavior, sedation might not have to be used; however, there is an extremely high probability that your cat will need to be sedated.  If sedation is required for your dog or cat, a doctor will examine and administer the medication.

What areas do you service?

Oconee County’s Family Veterinarian

Our animal hospital is located in Seneca, SC. We are just a few minutes from Westminster, Walhalla, Salem, Mountain Rest, Townville, Fairplay, Long Creek, and Clemson.

Oconee County, SC Veterinarian - Seneca Animal Hospital