Making your visit to Pet’s Favorite Vet as fun as possible!
Making Your Appointment
Day of the Visit – In-Person
If you are coming to see us for a wellness visit or stomach issue, try to grab a fresh stool sample. It can chill in the fridge until your visit. Your pet will thank you.
If we happen to be checking urine, try to keep your pet from urinating before coming into the building. That way we can catch a sample.
Day of the Visit – Telemedicine
What services can be done by Pet’s Favorite Vet?
Pet’s Favorite Vet is able to provide many types of care:
Wellness Care – Well exams, vaccinations, parasite testing, parasite prevention, wellness lab work, and health certificates
Minor Problem Care – Skin and ear infections, minor stomach upset, urinary issues, and minor strains and sprains
Chronic Disease Management – Management of arthritis, seizures, allergies, diabetes, Cushing’s disease, Addison’s, thyroid dysfunction, and liver disease, to name a few.
Palliative Care – Comfort care and euthanasia for pets battling terminal diagnoses
Holistic and Rehabilitative Care – Acupuncture, herbal treatments, vaccine titers, nutrition consults, including homemade and raw diets.
Radiographs of the whole pet and specialized dental radiographs.
Daytime hospitalization – our highly trained team can take care of your sick pet when they need advanced care during our open hours.
Spays, neuters, mass removals, and other surgeries.
Laser Therapy – Laser has been proven to reduce pain in inflammation in acute and chronically painful conditions providing relief without the side effects of medication.
Dentistry – oral health is just as important for pets as it is for humans. Cleanings and extraction guided by x-rays of the teeth below the gum line allow us to keep your pet’s teeth healthy and see problems below the gum, leading to a longer interval for your specific pet between dental cleanings and the necessitated anesthetic events.
Sedated nail trims – if your pet is terrified to have their nails trimmed, we can safely calm them to allow painless and thorough trimming of the nails.
What services can Pet’s Favorite Vet NOT provide?
We cannot provide any overnight care or immediate care for life-threatening emergencies, including pets that cannot breathe, are hit by cars, and emergency c-sections.
Where should I go if Pet’s Favorite Vet is Closed?
We recommend seeking emergency services from two clinics:
- Upstate Vet Emergency + Specialty Care. They are located at 393 Woods Lake Road, Greenville, SC 29607, and can be reached at 864-233-7650. Their after-hours emergency care is open Monday – Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 am and Friday 6:00 pm – Monday 8:00 am
- Fetch at 5 Market Point Dr, Greenville, SC 29607. They accept emergencies 24/7 and can be reached at (864) 900-5888.
What payment options do you offer?
We accept all major credit cards and cash payments. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept checks.
We have also partnered with iCare and Care Credit to offer payment plans!
iCare offers a NO CREDIT CHECK payment plan. To use this program, they require a US-issues photo ID and a debit card in your name connected directly to a checking account. These must be provided on the day of service. Additionally, there is a deposit due on the day of service in the amount of $35 + 30% of the total bill. The remaining balance can be spread into payments over 3-48 months, based on the final remaining balance. You can complete the iCare process in the clinic at the time of your appointment.
CareCredit offers a variety of programs, and we are able to participate in their 6-month 0% interest for qualifying applicants or card holders. There is an invoice minimum of $200 to use CareCredit. You can apply online at carecredit.com.
Can I get lab results on the same day?
Can I get a written prescription?
Of course. At Pet’s Favorite Vet, we’ll never hassle you for wanting to use an outside pharmacy. If you want to take advantage of home delivery with the guarantees only available from a veterinarian’s office, check out our online pharmacy here.