Elvis - Resident at Care Animal Regional Emergency Clinic of SpartanburgElvis joined our family just weeks ago. He is just under 1 year old. He received facial and paw burns after being trapped in a house fire. The doctors immediately took over his medical care and the owners have allowed Elvis to live here with us.

Cold Laser Therapy Now Available!

We’re proud to announce that we now have purchased the latest in Cold Laser Therapy, a Class IV patented emission system that synchronizes continuous and pulsed emissions providing well-aimed procedures that generate simultaneous anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, and in considerably reduced times with respect to traditional laser therapy.

The applications this can be used for are many but include treating degenerative joint disease, intervertebral disc disease, acute and chronic pain, post operative pain, enhancement of wound healing, hematomas, and lick granulomas to name a few conditions.

Please give us a call for additional details and to learn how Cold Laser Therapy can help your pet.

Flossie Mae

Flossie Mae - Resident at Care Animal Regional Emergency Clinic of SpartanburgFlossie Mae came to Care Animal Regional Emergency Clinic of Spartanburg in March 2014. She was a feral. We trapped out back near our dumpster and fully vetted her. She soon realized life on the inside wasn’t so bad.

She is one of our current blood donors saving lives one kitty at a time.

Johnny Cat

Johnny Cat - Resident at Care Animal Regional Emergency Clinic of Spartanburg

Johnny Cat is our senior resident and living a leisure life during his retirement. He came to us as an abandonment case. During an ice storm in November of 2013, Johnny Cat was left on our door step. His condition indicated liver failure, and he required feeding tubes, around the clock care and extensive medical care for several months to bring him back to health.

Johnny Cat has saved numerous kitty lives through blood donations. He’s the #1 around here.