SPCA Veterinary Care Center

SPCA Veterinary Care Center Our non-profit, full-service, Veterinary Care Center provides affordable spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, and complete veterinary care.
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03/12/2020

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Take advantage of our FELINE FRIDAY SPECIAL$10 off regular spay/neuter pricing for ALL CATS during Fridays in December.C...
11/27/2019

Take advantage of our FELINE FRIDAY SPECIAL
$10 off regular spay/neuter pricing for ALL CATS during Fridays in December.
Call us at (803) 648-6864 to schedule an appointment.
#SpayAndNeuter

The SPCA Veterinary Care Center will be CLOSED this week Thursday, November 28th - Saturday, November 30th for Thanksgiv...
11/25/2019

The SPCA Veterinary Care Center will be CLOSED this week Thursday, November 28th - Saturday, November 30th for Thanksgiving break. We'll reopen Tuesday December 3rd. Have a safe and happy holiday!

Don't wait until it's too late! Spay and neuter your pets to prevent accidental litters. Call us at (803)648-6864 to sch...
11/13/2019

Don't wait until it's too late! Spay and neuter your pets to prevent accidental litters. Call us at (803)648-6864 to schedule your pet's spay or neuter appointment.

Veterinary Assistant Ashley holds Grey Grey who is available for adoption! Grey Grey came to us in rough shape and has a...
11/07/2019

Veterinary Assistant Ashley holds Grey Grey who is available for adoption!

Grey Grey came to us in rough shape and has a diagnosis of Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex. This Disease is characterized by skin and oral lesions that present due to stimulation of the immune system that releases inflammatory cells. Clinical signs include itching, licking, swelling and other behaviors that can be associated with underlying allergies. The most common causes of these lesions are flea, mosquito and mite bites, but can also be caused by underlying allergies to food, airborne pollens, and medications.

Grey Grey was diagnosed with Eosinophilic granuloma complex in 2016. We are able to manage his clinical signs and allergies with monthly flea/heartworm medication and daily cyclosporine capsules. He is also on a prescription hypoallergenic diet. These medications and prescription food will need to be given for life. It is recommended that he have yearly blood work, deworming and vaccines to ensure his immune system remains healthy. He will also need to remain indoors to limit his exposure to outdoor allergens. We recommend you visit your regular veterinarian to establish a relationship and discuss recommendations for routine care and prevention.

Grey Grey does well with people, cats, and dogs and he will need a special adopter who will make sure he gets the ongoing care he needs to be happy and healthy.

Vet Tech Sarah holds Whitey, a shelter cat with diabetes who spent several months receiving care from our veterinary tea...
11/01/2019

Vet Tech Sarah holds Whitey, a shelter cat with diabetes who spent several months receiving care from our veterinary team. Whitey is now on our adoption floor and he's looking for a special adopter who can manage his diabetes. #PetDiabetesAwareness #PetDiabetesMonth

ABOUT DIABETES IN PETS:
In all animals, cells in the body require fat and glucose (sugar) for energy to carry on normal cellular function. When a meal is consumed, the body requires the assistance of a hormone called insulin to push the glucose into the cells. Without insulin, glucose is unable to be taken in by the cells for energy and the cells begin to starve. Insulin is produced in a small organ called the pancreas. In some animals and people, the pancreas becomes unable to produce the insulin needed to carry the glucose into the cells. When this happens, glucose accumulates in the bloodstream and causes a severe spike in blood sugar. If left untreated, the cells will starve and being to shut down. This will eventually result in death if no treatment is initiated. The 4 most commonly seen signs of diabetes are increased water intake (thirst), increased amount of urination, weight loss, and increased appetite despite weight loss.

Fortunately, for both pets and people, insulin is available for administration that helps to take the place of that which the body is unable to produce naturally. Different species do require specific types of insulin to get them well regulated.

Whitey, a 10-year-old neutered male domestic shorthair, was first diagnosed with diabetes mellitus in June of 2019 at the SPCA Veterinary Care Center. He had a history in increased water consumption and increased urination. Bloodwork and urinalysis were performed, which confirmed the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Whitey was started on insulin injections that are given twice daily (every 12 hours). He did require a few adjustments to his insulin dose, but he appears to be maintaining well at this time.

Shop our Online Pharmacy and get 30% OFF 4 best-selling Zoetis products with coupon code THIRTYOFF.Simparica (all pack s...
10/29/2019

Shop our Online Pharmacy and get 30% OFF 4 best-selling Zoetis products with coupon code THIRTYOFF.

Simparica (all pack sizes, excludes single dose)
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Rimadyl (all bottle counts, includes both caplets and chewable tablets)
Revolution Plus (all pack sizes)

This offer expires 10/30/19.
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10/24/2019
09/19/2019

The SPCA Veterinary Care Center is CLOSED for walk-ins today (9/19) and next Thursday (9/26) for staff training. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. Pets experience pain just like humans, and they are experts at hiding their pa...
09/03/2019

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. Pets experience pain just like humans, and they are experts at hiding their pain. Know what symptoms to look for and visit us if you suspect your pet is in pain.
Pain Symptoms for Cats and Dogs:
https://ivapm.org/common-signs-pain-dogs-cats/

08/29/2019
Today is Take Your Cat to the Vet Day! If your cat hasn't been for a check-up in a while, now is a great day to put a da...
08/22/2019
Take Your Cat to the Vet Day is August 22

Today is Take Your Cat to the Vet Day! If your cat hasn't been for a check-up in a while, now is a great day to put a date on the calendar. Come see us Tuesday through Friday 1:00-4:00 and Saturdays 8:00-12:00 for a wellness exam, no appointment needed. #Cat2VetDay

August 14, 2019 On National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day, August 22, let’s work together to spread awareness about all the ways veterinarians save cats’ lives. Take Your Cat to the Vet Day focuses on the importance of bringing indoor cats for regular check-ups to ensure they are as healthy as po...

One day flash sale for $100 OFF 12-pack bundles of Heartgard & NexGard and Heartgard & Frontline Gold. No coupon code re...
07/24/2019

One day flash sale for $100 OFF 12-pack bundles of Heartgard & NexGard and Heartgard & Frontline Gold. No coupon code required. Shop our Online Pharmacy to take advantage of this great offer: https://spcaletlovelive.vetsfirstchoice.com/

$10 off orders over $100 OR $20 off orders over $200 with code: MEADOW | This offer expires 7/16/19. Shop our Online Pha...
07/09/2019

$10 off orders over $100 OR $20 off orders over $200 with code: MEADOW | This offer expires 7/16/19. Shop our Online Pharmacy to take advantage of these great savings: https://spcaletlovelive.vetsfirstchoice.com/

Dr. Klimt holds four cute kittens who just had surgery to remove one or both bad eyes. They have a little more healing t...
06/27/2019

Dr. Klimt holds four cute kittens who just had surgery to remove one or both bad eyes. They have a little more healing to do and then they'll be available for adoption over on the shelter side of our facility! We think they should all have eye patches and be called the "kitten pirates" ❤️🐱🏴‍☠️

We are so grateful for our incredible SPCA Veterinary Care Center team for their dedication to providing high quality, a...
06/18/2019

We are so grateful for our incredible SPCA Veterinary Care Center team for their dedication to providing high quality, affordable veterinary care to the public on top of providing veterinary care for all of our shelter animals. So many lives are improved because of the hard work this staff does each and every day!

In 2018, the SPCA Veterinary Care Center provided veterinary care for over 10,700 pets. #veterinarylove

Heartworm prevalence and tickborne diseases are on the rise nationwide. Visit us for heartworm, flea, and tick preventio...
06/18/2019

Heartworm prevalence and tickborne diseases are on the rise nationwide. Visit us for heartworm, flea, and tick prevention to keep your pets safe.

Although there are always variations, cats can have their first heat as early as 4 months old, and dogs can have their f...
05/28/2019

Although there are always variations, cats can have their first heat as early as 4 months old, and dogs can have their first heat as early as 5 to 6 months old; and if they can come into heat, they can get pregnant! Early spay and neuter prevents accidental litters and prevents overcrowding of homeless pets in animal shelters.
Do your part - spay and neuter! #spayandneuter

05/01/2019

Today, May 1st we will not be doing exams. We will still be doing vaccines, heartworm testing, and filling existing prescriptions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Jeff came by for a visit today and let Jennifer give him a big hug! This good boy came to the SPCA Albrecht Center as a ...
04/25/2019

Jeff came by for a visit today and let Jennifer give him a big hug! This good boy came to the SPCA Albrecht Center as a stray with a broken leg that had to be removed. He was later adopted to a great home, and as you can see, he is doing well and loving life. Thanks for visiting, Jeff!

04/23/2019
03/30/2019

We will be closed for the rest of today, we apologize for any inconvenience!

Thank you for being our clients and for allowing us to provide quality veterinary care for your pets! -The SPCA Veterina...
03/22/2019

Thank you for being our clients and for allowing us to provide quality veterinary care for your pets!
-The SPCA Veterinary Care Center Team

03/20/2019

Due to unforeseen circumstances the SPCA Veterinary Care Center will be CLOSED Thursday March 21st and Saturday March 23rd. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

03/19/2019

We will not be seeing patients this afternoon, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes carrying heartworms are active year-round, even during cooler months. Keep your pets on par...
02/26/2019

Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes carrying heartworms are active year-round, even during cooler months. Keep your pets on parasite prevention to keep them protected! You can even have preventatives shipped right to your door when you order from our online pharmacy: https://spcaletlovelive.vetsfirstchoice.com/

SPCA Veterinary Care Center
02/26/2019

SPCA Veterinary Care Center

Don't wait until it's too late! Cats can get pregnant as young as 4 months of age. Call (803) 648-6864 to schedule your ...
02/22/2019

Don't wait until it's too late! Cats can get pregnant as young as 4 months of age. Call (803) 648-6864 to schedule your cat's spay or neuter surgery. #BeTheSolution #SpayAndNeuter

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199 Willow Run Road
Aiken, SC
29801

Opening Hours

Tuesday 13:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 13:00 - 16:00
Thursday 13:00 - 16:00
Friday 13:00 - 16:00
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00

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(803) 648-6864

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Please help find this baby
Big shout out to the SPCA Veterinary Care Center for helping me with this cute little girl we found last night! The staff was great when we went this morning! :)