A Spartanburg Emergency Pet Hospital has been closed and pet house owners have been referred to a 24-hour Greenville Emergency Veterinary Heart.
Spartanburg’s Care Animal Regional Emergency Clinic on South Blackstock Street introduced on its web site Monday that it has been completely closed since Sunday, July 24.
No motive was given for the closure, and efforts to contact officers with Care Animal have been unsuccessful.
Following the closure, Upstate Vet Emergency & Specialty Care of 393 Woods Lake Street close to Haywood Mall in Greenville is accepting pet emergency instances at its hospital, in response to Melissa Wylie, a spokesperson for Upstate Vet.
Wylie stated his employees have been conscious of Care Animal’s closure in Spartanburg and agreed to just accept his shoppers.
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“There are different emergency hospitals (in Upstate) however they do not have an evening facility,” Wylie stated. “We’re right here to supply one of the best affected person care and to be available in the very best manner, as in any emergency.”
He stated Upstate Vet is open 24 hours a day every single day. It’s not affiliated with Care Animal, she stated.
Upstate Vet may be reached at 864-233-7650.
In the meantime, the Critter Care Pet Wellness & Rehabilitation Heart is positioned in the identical constructing the place Care Animal was positioned at 121 S. Blackstock Street and continues to be open.
Critter Care proprietor Lynn Mornane stated Critter Care affords a variety of veterinary providers and pet remedy.
It’s open every single day from 8:00 to 18:00.
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