Palmetto Animal Hospital’s lobby is well-stocked with all kinds of pet products, including a variety of pet food options. If you need to re-stock your cabinet between visits, you can have food, dietary supplements, and prescription medicine delivered to your doorstep through our online store, found on our website.
Dr. Lee Burnett, DVM, graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. Dr. Burnett is certified in radioactive iodine treatment, a cutting edge therapy for cats with hyperthyroid disorder. Palmetto Animal Hospital has extended its services to include this innovative new treatment for our many feline patients.
Dr. Dolly Anderson, DVM, graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in May 2005. Dr. Anderson is certified in physical therapy, enabling Palmetto Animal Hospital to offer this valuable service to our injured and rehabbing patients.
The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Equine Hospital has delivered on a very rare feat -- twin foals. It is extremely rare for horses to give birth to twins (less then 1 percent of live births are successful), due to the size of foals and the limited size of a mare's uterus and type of placenta. After 3 weeks of round-the clock care, twins Henry and William went home.