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If you are unable to determine if your pet's disorder qualifies as an emergency, please call us. If examinations and/or treatment are thought necessary, you will be advised to bring your pet to the clinic. Please be aware we cannot diagnose conditions or prescribe medications over the telephone.
Our team is devoted to providing quality 24 hour emergency and critical care for your pet. We are a fully equipped veterinary hospital and are ready to handle virtually any problem that may arise. Our staff is chosen for their skill, compassion, and experience.
We understand your concern in circumstances where the outcome is uncertain or when an emergency brings unexpected medical fees. Our veterinary staff team will work with you to find the best diagnostic and treatment plan for your pet within your financial capabilities. We will keep you informed regarding the health status of your pet and the ongoing costs of care. You are encouraged to ask questions!
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Columbia Veterinarian | Palmetto Regional Emergency Hospital for Animals 803-865-1418
10298 Two Notch Rd
Columbia, SC 29229
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