We know how stressful it can be when your pet becomes ill or suffers an injury. It helps to have a knowledgeable veterinarian you trust with their care. Preventive care is also important, so we urge people not to wait until your pet is sick to find a good veterinarian. We are lucky to have so many wonderful veterinarians in Charleston and surrounding areas. We are often asked who we use to provide care for the animals residing at the sanctuary. The answer is many different vets! Hallie Hill has always used West Ashley Veterinary Clinic for routine care like exams, bloodwork, and other diagnostics. They have a team of knowledgeable doctors and staff that use fear free techniques to make the visits less stressful for our animals. For low-cost spay/neuter, Dr. Lucy Fuller and her team at the Charleston Animal Society are top-rated. When any of our cats and dogs have problems with their eyes, we take them to Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry and they are amazing! When our animals need to be treated for heartworm disease, we use the awesome Dr. Kelli Klein at Olde Towne Veterinary Clinic in downtown Charleston. We have even had several animals who needed to see a cardiologist and were fortunate to be treated by Dr. Jake Jacobson at Charleston Veterinary Cardiology. Blue Pearl and Charleston Veterinary Referral Center also have amazing emergency care doctors, internal medicine specialists, and surgeons. There are just too many to list! Thank goodness we have so many skilled and experienced veterinarians here in the lowcountry to help us keep our animals healthy and happy!