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Lexington Animal Clinic is a full service animal hospital that provides; complete medical, surgical and dental care as well as preventative care, breeding management, emergency care and laser therapy. Our licensed veterinarians have many years of experience treating serious conditions while still offering regular pet wellness. Beyond top rated pet care, our clinic is made to be comfortable, kid-friendly and fear free for all pets. We are taking new steps everyday to make your pets' visit as relaxing as possible.
We provide and strive only on "Progressive Medicine with a Personal Touch;" and are always accepting new faces. We also provide numerous resources that enable you to learn how to better care for your pet. Although we can care for all possible issues, the best veterinary care starts at home with problem prevention techniques.
Please feel free to browse our site, starting at: our services, fear free and veterinary topics tabs. You may call us at anytime during business hours with any questions you may have or to schedule your first appointment at (803) 359-5514. After business hours you will get our voicemail that will provide you with the doctor on call and the emergency clinics contact information.
Thank you, we look forward to meeting you and your pets.
-Dr. Kristina Gilbert
-Dr. Kari Rosmer
Lexington Animal Clinic
604 West Main Street
Lexington, SC 29072
Phone: (803) 359-5514
Fax: (803) 957-7971
Love, love Lexington Animal clinic! All staff members are accommodating, friendly and knowledgeable. They will go out of their way to make sure your fur babies are well looked after and you know step by step care for any treatments. You need a quick nail trim, they try to squeeze you in, forget to call in a refill in time, they'll do their best to get it there a few days earlier.
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