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Full-Service Veterinary Clinic in Summerville, SC

Flowertown Animal Hospital is a small animal medical and surgery practice in Summerville, S.C. Flowertown is housed in a quaint older home nestled under a majestic Angel oak. There is only one doctor on staff with thirty-six years of experience providing a personal and approachable quality of service for his clients and patients. Flowertown has no boarding facility or grooming salon. We stick with providing for the health and well-being of our patients. That's why we're here. Thank you for visiting our website and we hope to see you soon.

Flowertown Payment Plans

We are pleased to annouce the launch of Flowertown Payment Plan. We understand that many of us are not prepared for the catastrophic injury or illness of our pets. Our payment plans can help spread the cost of treatments over a periold of time to help you catch your breath. Learn more.

Medical & Clinical Topics

Tightrope CCL technique

Tightrope CCL: a cruciate ligament surgical technique for dogs - There is now a technique that shows much promise for CrCL injuries in the dog. Dr. Dorsam is now offering the Tightrope CCL as an excellent alternative to the TPLO and TTA from both a financial and physiologic standpoint.

Novel Approach to the Treatment of Lower Urinary Disease in Cats: the use of Low Dose Substance P (sP) - Lower urinary tract disease (LUTD) in cats accounts for 1.5 - 2.5% of all visits to veterinary clinics in North America, costing the cat owners $24,000,000 each year. LUTD in the cat is a frustrating, often misdiagnosed entity.

Laryngeal Paralysis video

Laryngeal Paralysis - a common disease of the aging large breed dog (Labrador Retrievers, Great Danes, etc) that starts, initially, as only a change in your pet's voice character. As the disease progresses, there can be significant interference with your pet's ability to take in sufficient air into their lungs. Breathing becomes much more "noisy" and, in some instances, is quite loud.

Otic Polyps video

Otic (ear) Polyps - Polyps in the ear canals of dogs and cats can originate from a variety of sources and tissues. These polyps can grow quite large causing obstruction and trapping of the normal waxy secretions of the ear canals. Obstruction or interference with normal wax migration generally leads to secondary infections, both bacterial and yeast.

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Financing Option

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Teeth Cleaning without anesthesia!

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1401 Bacons Bridge Road
Summerville, SC 29485
(843) 875-6303

Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm