Park West Vet has been providing veterinary services to their Mount Pleasant area for the past 8 years. We currently have three veterinarians and nine staff members; all of which are dedicated, genuine and very passionate about their jobs.
You can hear the dogs before you can see them: the sound of playful barks and panting as tails thump on the ground. The happy pups at In The Dog House spend up to 10 hours a day romping with like-sized dogs throughout the 7,200-square-foot play area at their disposal. The space is divided into four indoor and two outdoor areas, with larger dogs and smaller dogs playing in separate areas to prevent the little dogs trying to hitch piggyback rides atop the larger ones. Canines spending the night can lie down in their own individual, climate-controlled kennel.
BFVH is a woman-owned full service veterinary hospital located west of the Ashley in Charleston ,SC. At Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital we strive to provide your pet with the comprehensive and integrated health care that we would want for our own pets.
Premium bedding. Fine china. Beautiful paintings, which only occasionally come to life. Knotty Dogs Boarding has many of the things you'd expect to find at a resort, except for human tourists. Here, dogs of all sizes play inside and outdoors during daycare visits or overnight stays. Two dog lovers run the operation: Amanda Adams, a licensed veterinary technician, and Stanton Adams, an experienced entrepreneur.
To owners Rosanne and Tom Hayes, For Pet's Sake is more of a motto than a business name. Rosanne, a registered nurse, gives pets the same love, care, and scratches behind the ear every family member deserves. With her husband Tom, she eliminates the stress and anxiety pets experience at kennels, opting instead to take care of dogs and cats in their own homes. When owners are away, the pet sitters play with furry family members, take them for walks, and administer any required medications.
Back at their brick-and-mortar shop, For Pet's Sake's groomers—each of whom has at least 20 years experience—ready pets for daily gambols or formal dinner parties, using hypoallergenic shampoos and conditioners to silken coats and never caging animals.
Charlestowne Pub Stroll's knowledgeable guides cover nearly 300 years of history during their three-hour walking tours, shedding light on the city's libation-steeped past. Guide dressed in full pirate or colonial regalia lead guests along Meeting Street as they point out the area’s most historically significant pubs. They regale guests with tales of Prohibition-era criminals, early drinking habits, and other historical oddities, including that time when drinking a full gallon of milk was temporarily outlawed in Charleston in the 1900s. Throughout the tour, groups will stop into select watering holes to sample the storied brews for themselves at an extra cost.