Urgent Care

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When your pet is in distress, it can be challenging to think clearly. Pet owners want the best for their pets, including seeking the treatment they need. Until recently, there weren’t many options for veterinary services, but Ebenezer Animal Hospital is excited to offer up-and-coming urgent care for pets.

Urgent Care hours:

Saturday & Sunday: 8:00am - 8:00pm

we take care of any issues that fall between the typical veterinarian practice visit and an emergency.

Our urgent care team sees cats, dogs, and exotic pets!

Give us a call at 803-366-1950 to schedule! In the event of an emergency, we recommend Carolina Veterinary Specialists and Animal Emergency (2225 Township Road / Charlotte, NC 28273 – ph 704.504.9608)

Urgent Care vs. Emergency Care

  • Bite Wounds or Lacerations 
  • Ear Problem 
  • Eye Problem 
  • Vomiting or Diarrhea 
  • Limping
  • Fleas or Worms 
  • Allergies or Skin problems 
  • Toxin ingestion 
  • Paw or Nail issue 
  • Collapse 
  • Lethargy 
  • Abscess 
  • Urinary Problems/ Accidents inside
  • Coughing/Sneezing 
  • Anal gland issues (scooting, licking)
  • Decreased Appetite 
  • Hives/swelling/reactions 
  • End of Life/ Euthanasia 
  • Bad Breath 
  • Fever 
  • Constipation

What Cases Will We See?

  • Bite Wounds or Lacerations 
  • Ear Problem 
  • Eye Problem 
  • Vomiting or Diarrhea 
  • Limping
  • Fleas or Worms 
  • Allergies or Skin problems 
  • Toxin ingestion 
  • Paw or Nail issue 
  • Collapse 
  • Lethargy 
  • Abscess 
  • Urinary Problems/ Accidents inside
  • Coughing/Sneezing 
  • Anal gland issues (scooting, licking)
  • Decreased Appetite 
  • Hives/swelling/reactions 
  • End of Life/ Euthanasia 
  • Bad Breath 
  • Fever 
  • Constipation

Emergency veterinary hospitals prioritize and treat patients based on their symptoms or condition severity. Any patient needing medical attention but not in a life-threatening situation may be asked to wait.

An urgent care situation involves issues that need medical attention but are not life-threatening. These patients might be uncomfortable, but they are stable and can be seen at regular appointments.

Doctors in emergency hospitals use the patient severity index to decipher your pet’s condition. This index includes the following levels:

  • Level one: Resuscitation – the patient is seen before all others, exhibiting a severe physical trauma or cardiac arrest.
  • Level two: Emergent – these traumas are not life-threatening but are time-sensitive, including a venomous snake bite and heat stroke.
  • Level three: Urgent – these patients are seen after levels one and two are taken care of. Examples of urgent care include sudden illness, severe cuts, vomiting, trouble walking, allergic reactions or difficulty urinating.
  • Level four: Non-urgent – minor cuts, prolonged low appetite, limping, fever, and mild injuries are non-urgent conditions can be treated after the first three levels.
  • Level five: Stable – the patient is uncomfortable but stable, experiencing diarrhea, low appetite, ear infection, or skin irritation.

As a rule of thumb, pets in the first two levels should be taken to the emergency room. Levels three through five can receive veterinary urgent care services.

2445 Ebenezer Rd.,
Rock Hill, SC 29732

Monday

7:30am – 6:00pm

Tuesday

7:30am – 6:00pm

Wednesday

7:30am – 6:00pm

Thursday

7:30am – 6:00pm

Friday

7:30am – 6:00pm

Saturday

7:30am – 12:00pm

Sunday

Closed

We are AAHA accredited. How does this make us different?

Veterinary hospitals are evaluated on approximately 900 standards of veterinary excellence in order to become accredited. AAHA-accredited hospitals are recognized among the finest in the industry, and are consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine.

We are here to service the cities of Rock Hill, SC, York, SC, Clover, SC, Fort Mill, SC, Charlotte, NC,  Catawba, SC, Lancaster, SC, Edgemoor, SC, Chester, SC and more!

 

 

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Our Veterinary Services

Urgent Care Service

Pet Grooming Services

Emergency Services

Wellness Exams

Vaccinations

Spay & Neuter*

Microchipping

Dental Care

Sick Patient Care

Laser Therapy

Nutrition

Behavior

Senior Wellness

Boarding

Grooming

Exotic & Pocket Pet Services

* Requires an initial exam