Like a stubborn grandfather, pets hate being taken to the doctor and like to have the radio on all day so that they don't feel alone. Take care of your extended family with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $16 for a comprehensive examination for a cat or dog (a $45 value)
Vets examine your pet's vitals and perform a routine checkup to spot early signs of illness, which helps prevent any minor issues from becoming serious.
- $19 for a pet microchip (a $50 value)
Unlike a collar, which can slip off, microchips stick with pets forever, ensuring that they are returned to their owners if lost.
Baxter Veterinary Clinic
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.