Dr. Jim Gill and the team of veterinary doctors and staff at Wilkinson Animal Hospital understand the bond between pets and their owners, working six days a week to prolong the life and health of these furry family members. The capable team performs a range of services, from dentistry and internal medicine to radiology, surgery, and microchipping. They extend their care past cats and dogs to more exotic creatures, including birds, rabbits, reptiles, small mammals, and sentient pet rocks. Cozy crates and an expansive yard coddle pets during boarding, daycare, and grooming services, and an in-house pharmacy doles out any necessary meds.
Activities? Check. Flat-panel TVs with satellite? Check. On-site spa? Check. Woodlands Pet Resort blurs the lines between hotels for humans and hotels for pets with a slew of comforting amenities, including seven bathroom breaks or walks each day for dogs and a box full of feline toys for cats. As for pet parents, en suite webcams let them catch glimpses of their pooch or kitty while they’re away.
Animal Supply House’s staff of animal lovers wants only the best for your pets, which is why they stock environmentally friendly and holistic supplies. Aisle after aisle features shelves stacked with grooming supplies, toys, byproduct-free foods, and accessories for dogs, cats, birds, and domesticated teddy bears. For more than 20 years, Animal Supply House has stocked premium food from brands such as Diamond, Apex, and Holistic Select, as well as a full selection of leather harnesses, leashes, and eye patches. Patrons can even drop off their pooches for grooming while they browse.
Dr. James Doyle and Dr. Kelly Baete met when they were both studying at Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine. Later, they showed up at the same wedding venue to tie the knot, and then the same Fort Mill veterinary clinic to start a practice. Dr. Doyle specializes in surgical and orthopedic procedures, utilizing everything from scalpels to radio waves in his quest to treat internal ailments. Meanwhile, Dr. Baete focuses on preventative medicine, educating her clients on how best to care for their pets and minimize future trips to her office.
Together, the two relentlessly strive to improve the welfare of their community's creatures—even offering free spay and neuter services for pets rescued from the Humane Society of York County. In order to make visits as easy as possible, their clinic boasts a playroom to entertain children while their parents discuss the serious business of pet care or the less serious business of clown accounting.
Experienced stylist Heather McCluney helps clients spruce up their image with a full spectrum of hair services. Equally adept at cuts and color treatments including partial and full highlights, Heather can also convince errant strands to stay straight using keratin smoothing treatments that leave frizzy hair more manageable and less likely to run away.