Richland Creek Animal Clinic
We are always accepting new clients at Richland Creek Animal Clinic and PET MED Mobile!
Pet Med Mobile
No appointment necessary! Please check our schedule
In-Clinic Holiday Hours
We will be closed November 25-28 for Thanksgiving. We will also be closed December 23-January 9 for the Holiday Season. We will re-open Monday, January 10th.
Mobile Holiday Hours
We will be closed November 25-28 for Thanksgiving. We will also be closed December 23-January 6 for the Holiday Season. Our mobile will re-open Friday, January 7th.
College Students, Military and First Responders. In Clinic Only, Valid ID required.
Accepting Walk-Ins on Thursdays Beginning October 1st
Beginning October 1st, we will be accepting walk-ins in the clinic on Thursdays only for vaccines, anal glands, nail trims, fecals, and heartworm tests. There will still be an office visit fee with each pet, but there will be no limit on the number of walk ins we are taking
To protect your pet, it is our policy that, a yearly heartworm test is required before
Heartworm Prevention is administered or purchased.
About Richland Creek
Our animal clinic staff of trained professionals includes licensed veterinarians doctors and licensed technicians for both Richland Creek Animal Clinic and Pet Med Mobile. The clinic offers a full range of services, surgery, and treatment for whatever ails your pet. Our Pet Med Mobile vans travel from York County through the state and as far south as Aiken, offering all required vaccinations for your pets.
At Richland Creek/PET MED, you’re not just a number. You are a great client who is owned by a very unique pet — it’s never the other way around! Our veterinarians and technicians take the time to get to know both you and your pet. We work tirelessly behind the scenes to make everyone’s needs are met.
We Take Walk-Ins!
Our Pet Care Services.
Richland Creek Animal Clinic provides the best possible care for all of your canine and feline companions. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients.
Wellness & Prevention
Critical & Palliative Care
Pet Med Mobile
Why Choose Us
We travel around in our local communities vaccinating healthy dogs and cats at a reduced cost for our patients!
Core Vaccines and Heartworm/Flea/Tick Prevention
Over 40 Years Serving the Community
We have been providing this premier veterinarian services across South Carolina for over 40 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it really necessary to bring my dog and/or cat in for a yearly comprehensive exam?
Comprehensive examinations are recommended every year at minimum to check for health issues that may not be apparent to you. During a comprehensive examination the veterinarian will examine your pet’s eyes, ears, skin and hair coat, listen to their heart, check their weight, and discuss any nutritional and other concerns you may have.
Does Heartworm prevention and flea prevention need to be given year round?
Yes! Mosquitos and fleas are both present year round across the United States. In our warmer Southern climates, our pets are even more vulnerable, in fact South Carolina ranks in the top ten for heartworm infection. So please, for the sake of your pet, discuss affordable options with us to protect your pet.
Why should my pet be spayed or neutered?
Primarily, we want to prevent the deaths of thousands of unwanted pets. But did you know that paying or neutering your pets can greatly reduce their risk of developing many types of cancer later in life? Spaying your animals will also reduce/eliminate the chances of your pets developing a uterine infection called a pyometra which can be a life threatening condition. It may also decrease or even eliminate unwanted behaviors such as aggression or running off. Spaying or neutering your pets is also the only way to do away with unwanted litters of puppies or kittens without placing an extra burden on animal shelters.
Why does my pet need dental cleaning?
In short, to extend the quality of life for your pet. Bad breath, inflamed gums, plaque and tartar buildup, and loose teeth are all of great concern when it comes to the health of your animal’s mouth. Regular checkups and cleanings can help eliminate bad breath and pain when eating. We can also discuss what treats, toys and dental products you can use to help keep your pet’s dental health in check.
What foods are dangerous to my pet?
Please avoid feeding any of the below foods to your pet. Make sure they cannot accidentally ingest any of these foods:
- Alcoholic beverages
- Apple seeds
- Peach & Apricot pits
- Cherry pits
- Candy (particularly chocolate—which is toxic to dogs, cats, and ferrets—and any candy containing the toxic sweetener Xylitol)
- Coffee (grounds, beans, and chocolate-covered espresso beans)
- Gum (can cause blockages and sugar free gums may contain the toxic sweetener Xylitol)
- Hops (used in home beer brewing)
- Macadamia nuts
- Moldy foods
- Mushroom plants
- Mustard seeds
- Onions and onion powder
- Potato leaves and stems (green parts)
- Rhubarb leaves
- Tea (because it contains caffeine)
- Tomato leaves and stems (green parts)
- Xylitol (artificial sweetener that is toxic to pets)
- Yeast dough
Walk in Vaccines on Fridays!
Walk-in vaccines are welcome all day from 9am-5pm on Fridays.