General Client FAQs
We are a mixed animal practice and will treat almost any species of animal:
- Pocket Pets (Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Hamsters, Rats, etc.)
Not sure if we treat your pet’s species? Contact us today, our team is happy to answer your questions!
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.
Heartworms, fleas and ticks are endemic to South Carolina, the Southeast and most of the United States requiring year round protection. Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes and, like fleas and ticks, require over 7 consecutive days of below freezing temperatures to help control their respective population.
Spays and neuters vary in cost depending on species, breed, and reproductive organ development. At 6 months of age it is recommended to schedule a doctor exam to determine an ideal surgery date and an estimate of the cost. We accept Oconee Humane Society’s spay and neuter vouchers which are based off of income.
General Patient FAQs
An ear cytology needs to be performed to determine if bacteria or yeast is causing the ear issue. The medicines used to treat will depend on the cause of the build up in the ear canal.
A doctor will need to examine the patient and test a urine sample. This will allow us to determine if the inappropriate urination is being caused by a physical issue or a behavioral.
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.
Large Animals FAQs
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
Our premiere kennels are able to safely and comfortably house dogs, cats, birds, pocket pets, some exotics, and some farm animals.
Yes, as long as the combined weight of the animals is less than 175lbs.
Yes, but it is limited to 2 cats per one condo unit. We can house up to 4 cats in two adjoining condo units.
We have different requirements depending on species of your animals.
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.
Shampoo and baths can help with the removal of adult fleas, but it is not the recommended method to protect your family. Because of the flea life cycle, implementing a monthly flea preventative will provide your animal with the most relief in between flea shampoos. It normally takes about 3-4 months to eradicate a flea infestation. Excessive shampooing against fleas will dry out your animals fur causing dry, itchy and flaky skin.