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Local Veterinary Services

in the Greenville Area


Preventive Health
& Senior Care

We at Thornblade Animal Hospital recognize how important maintaining your pet's health is. We could advise you to change your diet or get expert medical care. According to our veterinarian, you should obtain yearly blood tests to help with the early diagnosis of illnesses. To address any difficulties that might develop as your senior dog ages, we recommend that you bring them to our veterinarian facility twice a year.

Dental Care

The oral health of a pet is especially important. Many animals eventually have tartar, gingivitis, and tooth rot issues. Dental disease commonly impacts your pet's heart, kidneys, and other vital organs. The likelihood of uncomfortable reactions is another. In our veterinary facility, we have access to modern equipment, such as digital dental X-rays. We are knowledgeable about the latest dental procedures. We try to educate you about the significance of dental care for your pet to remain healthy and content.

Ear Disease

Ear disease, sometimes called "otitis," is one of the most frequent ailments we treat at Thornblade Animal Hospital. Core allergies are a common cause of this disease. Trembling and rubbing of the cheeks or ears are typical symptoms. Thornblade Animal Hospital focuses on treating your pet's ears to eliminate the existing infection and stop further ones.

Heartworm & Flea Prevention

Heartworm and flea prevention have improved and have become simpler to use recently. Every pet has different needs; therefore, we will establish a schedule to keep fleas and heartworms away from your pet. We buy all of our products directly from manufacturers, and they all have warranties.

Several online pharmacies import some of their products rather than purchasing them directly from manufacturers. We frequently charge less than internet pharmacies because we provide discounts or buy one, get one free bundle. The health and welfare of your pet are our top priorities.

Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering is necessary to manage the pet population and reduce unnecessary behavior. The process of spaying or neutering is meant to be quick and painless. Our veterinarian places an IV catheter to administer fluids before, during, and after anesthesia in addition to additional safety precautions. This is crucial for postoperative comfort and future protection against kidney damage.

Our personnel uses sterile sutures, clean tools, and sterilized gloves and gowns for this treatment. Your pet's temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and rhythm will all be observed throughout. Using three different analgesics during surgery is another important aspect of pain management. Every stitch we use disintegrates beneath the skin.


A vital part of preserving your pet's health is vaccination. We've done a lot of research to figure out which vaccinations are best for your pet and safest.


X-rays are also used at Thornblade Animal Hospital to check for various conditions, including cancer and fractured bones. It is crucial in identifying many illnesses. Our veterinarian and team have spent many hours training with radiologists to improve their imaging skills for your pet.


A sonogram, sometimes called an ultrasound, is a method used to diagnose various diseases and conditions. Our veterinarians and colleagues have spent many hours learning from radiologists to be able to image your pet.

In-House Laboratory

Many illnesses and abnormalities can be identified using the findings of blood testing. Due to infections, diabetes, liver disease, renal disease, and other diseases, we could experience problems with our equipment.

OFA Certification

The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) was founded to stop breeding dogs with complicated orthopedic genetics. Our veterinarian can take the necessary X-rays on-site and send them to radiologists for further analysis. You must consult our team before replicating your pet.

Soft Tissue Surgery

The extensive surgical area at Thornblade Animal Hospital is furnished with the state-of-the-art equipment necessary to carry out most procedures. Our veterinarian is adept at operating on delicate tissue. These include spaying and neutering, tumor removal, enterotomy, gastrotomy, cystotomy, splenectomy, and gastropexy.

New and Existing Patients

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