Much Ado About Poo…By Kathryn

I always swore I wasn’t going to be the kind of parent that talked about my kid’s poo all the time. I figure that’s too much information that no one aside from their vet would want to know. However, when one of your children is a German Shepherd, a breed with notoriously bad gastrointestinal issues, […]

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Keeping your pet safe in the summer heat ~ By Yvonne

   It’s almost that time of year–summer.  And along with summer  comes hot temperatures and stifling humidity.  In the scorching months of summer, it’s important to make sure your pet is cool and comfortable.  Heat stroke is not just a condition that can affect humans; animals are also at risk, specifically outdoor pets. Brachycephalic breeds(short-nosed breeds, […]

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Preparing for Hurricane Season By Jaime

      Hurricane season is June 1st through November 30th. Now is the time to prepare your pets for hurricane season and the possibility of an evacuation of the Lowcountry. Hurricane shelters do not always accept pets (Red Cross Shelters do not) and if they do, they have very strict rules.  Advance planning is […]

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Healthcare and your new puppy! By Corena

  Having a new puppy is exciting, rewarding and a new challenge all at the same time. Every puppy is different in their own way. They have different personalities, different training methods and different dietary needs. The one thing that is always the same with every puppy is their medical needs as they grow. It […]

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Bonnie’s Story

 Bonnie was found at a boat landing on Lake Moultrie along with her companion, Clyde in May of 2015. The person who found them contacted Mid-Atlantic Pug rescue for help and the two pugs were brought here to Animal Medical Clinic of Goose Creek for evaluation.   When we first met Bonnie she would take […]

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Congratulations on your retirement Lyn!!

            If you have been part of the AMC family for any period of time, you’ve likely met Lyn during one of your visits to our hospital with your pets. After 16 years of service here at Animal Medical Clinic, Lyn Rodzianko has retired!  Last week was a very bittersweet week […]

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National Pet ID week

April 18 to 23, 2016 is National Pet ID week.  We have been celebrating by offering microchips at $25 off their normal cost!! The cost of all Homeagain microchips implanted here at AMC always includes the cost of life long registration. Cost for a microchip this week only(Through Saturday, 4/23) is only $38!!! National Pet ID week is […]

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My Boy George – By Lyn Rodzianko

    George was a small kitten rescued from a pipe while we were stationed in Keflavik, Iceland. There will never be another George. All dogs were his friends and children were HIS children. He was a Mother to many a fostered kitten and survived many trips overseas. He was more human than cat.   […]

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Hyperthyroidism in senior cats by Charlene

  When your cat gets older..there are many simple things they could be telling you by their actions. Decreases or increases in their water and food intake?  Changes in activity level? Becoming more vocal?  All of these could be signs that a physical exam and blood work are needed. These symptoms can indicate several treatable […]

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Helping your senior dog age gracefully ~ By Jaime Thrift

  A dog is considered a senior at seven years old. You’ve most likely known your dog for all seven of those years and you know each other so well you can anticipate each other’s needs. Senior dogs are incredibly special, seasoned companions but living with a senior dog can be a day to day […]

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