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About Us

Established in 1991 by Dr. Paul Kerwin, the Animal Medical Clinic of Goose Creek was founded to provide the highest quality veterinary care for our community and their pets in a friendly and compassionate manner. Our fully trained staff is devoted to the welfare of our patients, and our doctor's commitment to the field of veterinary medicine keeps our hospital current to new and exciting technology. As a result, your pet will benefit from the most advanced veterinary medicine we have to offer.

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OUR SERVICES

We are a full service animal hospital, providing comprehensive health care for the life of your pet.

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OUR TEAM

Our goal is to be the very best possible primary care veterinary hospital.

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BED & BISCUIT

Our boarding kennel GOOSE CREEK BED & BISCUIT strives to provide a comfortable, caring and safe boarding environment for your pet while you are away. We have a full time kennel staff to keep your pet clean, well fed and exercised. To schedule an appointment please call us at 1.843.574.9070

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FROM OUR BLOG

Meet the Team Monday – Meet Courtney Bayles

How long have you been a part of the AMC team? I joined the AMC team 2 years ago. What drew you to this profession? My love of animals and my passion for helping 3. What is your favorite part of your job? I love learning new medical procedures and meeting new puppies/kittens! What hobbies […]

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Meet the team Monday – Meet Samantha Weathers

How long have you been a part of the AMC team? I joined the AMC team officially in May 2017 after completing my externship for the Trident Tech Veterinary Technology program here. What drew you to this profession? I love animals and wanted a career that made me feel like I was not working. 3. […]

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Farewell fat felines, cheerio chubby cats! By Yvonne

Why is your cats’ weight important? Your cat doesn’t worry about fitting into last year’s jeans and she already knows she is beautiful. However, being overweight is not a cosmetic problem for pets, it is a health problem. The consequences of carrying around extra weight are serious, ranging from osteoarthritis and high blood pressure to diabetes […]

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