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Your Veterinary Hospital In Greenwood

Greenwood animal hospitalA full-service Greenwood, AR veterinary hospital providing health care to small animals, large animals, birds and exotic pets.  Our veterinary facility is located 15 miles south of Fort Smith and serves clients in Arkansas and Oklahoma with the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. Our Greenwood veterinarians are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. South County Animal Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Greenwood, AR and surrounding areas. We also provide "House Calls" for any of our patients and offer 24 hour emergency veterinary care.

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  • Demodectic Mange in Dogs at Greenwood ARDemodectic Mange in Dogs – Greenwood Veterinarians

    Demodectic mange (also known as red mange, follicular mange, or puppy mange) is a skin disease, generally of young dogs, caused by the mite, Demodex canis. It may surprise you to know that demodectic mites of various species live on the bodies of virtually every adult dog and most human beings, with…

  • pet parasites Greenwood, ARPet Parasites – Greenwood AR Veterinarians

    Most people cringe when they even think about pet parasites. Yet, according to a study by the Veterinary Health Center of KSU, about 34 percent of all the dogs in U.S. have some kind of intestinal parasite. Moreover, it was reported by the CDC that about 14 percent of Americans are infected with rou…

  • Distemper and Rabies in Greenwood ARDistemper and Rabies – Greenwood Animal Hospital

    In honor of Nation Immunization Awareness Month, we want to encourage you to discuss vaccinations with your veterinarian. We have heard about a reemergence of distemper due to pets not being vaccinated, and rabies is always a concern.  Not sure exactly what these  diseases (Distemper and Rabies) a…

  • Pet Immunization Greenwood ARNational Pet Immunization Awareness Month

    Did you know it’s National Pet Immunization Awareness Month?
    August is here and it is the National Pet Immunization Awareness Month. Not only humans, but pets must also be vaccinated and immunized regularly so that they can live a healthy and happy life.

    Why Pet Vaccinations Are So Importa…

  • Grape and Raisin Toxicity in Dogs Greenwood ARGrape and Raisin Toxicity in Dogs – Greenwood Veterinarians

    Can Dogs Eat Grapes?
    Grape and raisin toxicity in dogs is well documented. Although the exact substance that causes the toxic reaction is not yet known, dogs should not eat grapes and raisins because even small amounts can prove to be fatally toxic for a dog.

    Dogs of any age, breed, or gender ma…

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