Veterinarian Services in Greenville at Ambassador Animal Hospital
Our office provides a full range of veterinarian services in downtown Greenville, serving Taylors, Greer, and the surrounding areas. As a high-tech animal hospital with a state-of-the-art surgical suite, we can offer emergency services, diagnostic services, and surgical care—but we’re just as proud of our warm, welcoming reception area, our convenient online pharmacy, and our soothing check-up rooms. Our goal is to be your convenient, one-stop shop, providing everything you need to keep your pet healthy and happy, for life. At Ambassador Animal Hospital, we form lasting relationships with our clients to promote proper pet care.
Our Greenville animal hospital offers the following services to our customers:
In-House Diagnostic Services
When a physical exam doesn’t tell us everything we need to know in order to diagnose your dog or cat, we schedule our veterinarian to perform diagnostic services. Not only do we have an in-house diagnostic lab, we also have radiography and ultrasonography available, so that we can find out what is troubling your dog or cat in no time.
Our digital radiography suite allows us to accurately diagnose tumors, broken bones, bladder stones, cardiac and respiratory disease, and foreign object ingestion. We can also look for diseases of the abdominal organs.
If we see something in the X-ray that warrants further investigation, our ultrasound lets us look more closely at the kidneys, liver, spleen, bladder, and intestines.
On-Site Laboratory Testing
We provide a full-range of testing in our on-site lab, including urinalysis, fecal testing, heartworm testing, feline leukemia virus testing, blood chemistry profiles, hematology, thyroid, liver, and kidney panels. We can produce results from many of the tests we offer in the same day.
Vaccinations and Annual Exams
We are your partners in pet care, especially when it comes to our dog and cat wellness care services. At every annual check-up, in addition to individualized vaccination protocols for your dog or cat, we provide full-service, hand-on physical examinations. We also recommend wellness testing and ongoing parasite, flea, and tick prevention. Our wellness care veterinarian services also help our Greenville, Taylors, and Greer clients save money on long-term pet costs by preventing devastating, expensive illnesses now rather than trying to treat them later.
Internal & External Medicine
In addition to internal medicine, our general medical veterinary services include external medicine such as dermatology, ear, nose, and throat conditions, such as ear infections or kennel cough, endocrinology, and cardiology. We also diagnose and treat ongoing chronic conditions like incontinence, insomnia, and diabetes. Our full-service animal hospital includes a veterinary clinic and in-house pharmacy that can diagnose and treat your pet’s condition quickly. Plus, our online pharmacy makes it easy to reorder preventative medicine.
Cat and Dog Surgery
Our Greenville animal hospital provides veterinary surgery for both dogs and cats. Dr. Alexander is a skilled surgeon who loves taking care of animals in need. In addition to performing emergency cat or dog surgery, such as suturing a pet who has gotten into a fight or removing a strange object that your dog decided to eat, we also perform routine cat and dog surgery, including elective surgery such as spaying, neutering, and life-prolonging surgery, such as cancerous mass removal and cyst removal.
Cat and Dog Dental Health
Taking care of your cat or dog’s dental health is one of the best ways to ensure that your pet lives a long and happy life. A whole host of more serious, and more expensive, illnesses begin in the mouth, where hardened tartar traps disease-causing bacteria under the gumline. At your annual dental cleaning for your dog or cat, be sure to talk to us about what you can do at home to promote dental health for your pet.
Laser therapy is an innovative, affordable way to promote healing for your dog or cat. Our laser treatments can speed recovery after veterinary surgery, boost nerve function, and reduce inflammation and pain, especially after an injury like a muscle strain or a sprain. Using a laser is also a great option for recurring ear infections and sinus problems, as well as for dogs and cats who have wounds, have lower urinary tract infections, or who suffer from arthritis. If you have questions, just ask one of our veterinarians or technicians at your pet’s next appointment. We’d love to talk to you more about the amazing benefits that laser therapy can have for your pet—often for less than other treatment options!