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Local Veterinary Services

Summerville & Surrounding Areas


Preventative Health
& Senior Care

At Ashley Pines Animal Hospital, we understand how important it is to keep your pet healthy. We could advise anything from altering your diet to receiving specialized physical treatment. Our veterinarian recommends your yearly blood tests to aid in the early detection of ailments. We suggest you bring senior pets to our veterinary hospital twice a year to address any issues that might arise as they age.

Dental Care

Pet dental health is very important. Over time, many pets develop issues such as tartar, gingivitis, and tooth rot. The heart, kidney, and other vital organs of your pet are frequently affected by dental disease. It might also hurt. Modern technology is used in our veterinary hospital, including digital dental X-rays. We are knowledgeable about current dental techniques. For your pet to remain healthy and happy, we try to explain what dental care entails.

Ear Disease

One of the most common conditions we treat at Ashley Pines Animal Hospital is ear illness, sometimes known as "otitis." Core allergens frequently trigger this disease. Shaking and face or ear scratching are usual outcomes. Our goal at Ashley Pines Animal Hospital is to treat your pet's ears so we can get rid of the infection there now and prevent the spreading of any potentially contagious diseases.

Heartworm & Flea Prevention

Today, heartworm and flea prevention has become more efficient and user-friendly. We will develop a strategy to ensure that we stay clear of heartworms and fleas because we know every pet has specific needs. All of our products come directly from the manufacturer, and a warranty covers each.

Many internet pharmacies do not purchase goods directly from the manufacturer; some goods are imported. Because we provide discounts or buy one, get one free bundle, our prices are typically lower than those of online pharmacies. Our top priority is the health and welfare of your pet.

Spay & Neuter

To control the general pet population and reduce undesirable behavior, spaying or neutering is essential. We make an effort to make the spaying or neutering procedure painless and simple. Our veterinarian takes many precautions, such as inserting an IV catheter to deliver fluids before, during, and after anesthesia. This is crucial in providing relief following surgery and preventing renal damage in the future.

Our staff uses sterile instruments and sutures for this procedure while dressing in sterilized robes and gloves. We have a dedicated operating room that is fully equipped for this. Your pet's temperature, heart rate, oxygen saturation, blood pressure, and rhythm will be monitored throughout. By recommending three painkillers during surgery, we also focus on pain management. All of the sutures we use dissolve under the skin.


Immunizations are a crucial component of protecting the health of your pet. We have conducted in-depth research to determine the best secure and efficient immunizations for your pet.


At Ashley Pines Animal Hospital, we also use X-rays to detect cancer and other health issues, including broken bones. It plays a significant role in the identification of many diseases. To develop their imaging abilities for your pet, our veterinarian and staff have dedicated many hours to training alongside radiologists.


A sonogram, often known as an ultrasound, is used to identify numerous illnesses and disorders. Our veterinarian and staff have trained with radiologists for many hours to become knowledgeable about imaging your pet.

In-House Laboratory

Blood tests can be used to diagnose a wide variety of conditions and disorders. Using our equipment, we can identify problems, including infections, diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, and more.

OFA Certification

To stop the breeding of dogs with orthopedic genetic issues, the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) is here. Our veterinarian can take the necessary X-rays on-site, who can then transmit them to radiologists for additional analysis. Before breeding your pet, discussing this with our team is crucial.

Soft Tissue Surgery

We have a large surgical suite with cutting-edge equipment needed to perform practically all surgeries at Ashley Pines Animal Hospital. Our veterinarian has performed soft tissue surgeries before. They range from spaying and neutering through tumor removal, enterotomy, gastrotomy, cystotomy, splenectomy, and gastropexy.

New and Existing Patients

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