PETSinc. | Pet Adoption and Affordable Vet Clinic

Low-Cost Veterinary Hospital

We believe quality veterinary care should always be affordable.
Come see our friendly and qualified staff to help your pet thrive.

If you have brought your pet to us before for shots and/or surgery or if your pet was adopted from PETSinc, please bring your paperwork.  

If you do not have paperwork or you are new to our vet clinic, your pet must receive an exam before receiving any services.

Pet Exams are $50. If you’re bringing multiple pets at the same time to be seen on the same day, each additional pet’s exam is $25. 

Various flea and heartworm preventative items are for sale. Ask your clinician for information! Please schedule appointments 24 hours in advance by calling 803-739-9333

A deposit of $25 will be required. Please print and complete the highlighted areas on the Surgical Authorization From before you arrive

The Vet Clinic is open Monday – Saturday from 9am until 5pm.

The Vet Hospital is open Monday – Friday from 9am until 5pm.

Please schedule appointments 24 hours in advance by clicking the button below or calling us 803-739-9333.

While you will get faster service with a scheduled appointment, walk-ins are welcome. 

Dog Vaccines
Cat Vaccines

Learn more about vaccines to protect your dog - and and the diseases they protect against

Bordetella bronchiseptica is a bacteria based disease that is associated with respiratory problems in dogs. It is one of the components of kennel cough.

  • Distemper virus (in the same class as measles) is highly infectious and spread by respiratory droplets. It targets the lungs, gastrointestinal tract, and even the brain in some cases.
  • Canine Adenovirus/Infectious Canine Hepatitis is transmitted through bodily secretions and causes respiratory symptoms followed by liver damage and/or ocular damage.
  • Canine Parvovirus is an extremely contagious and very serious virus that causes gastrointestinal signs, sometimes severe and even fatal.  Spread by feces and very hardy – it is ubiquitous in the environment.  Puppies and unvaccinated dogs are extremely susceptible.
  • Parainfluenza is a respiratory virus transmitted via respiratory secretions.  It one of the causes of “kennel cough.”

An incurable and nearly always fatal viral disease of mammals, Rabies is transmitted through saliva and targets the central nervous system.  

It is tranmittable to humans and therefore vaccinations for this disease is legal requirement for all cats and dogs in nearly every state.

This bacterial infection affects the kidneys and/or liver and is transmitted through the urine (rodents, raccoons and opossums are major carriers in this area).

Dogs that swim, play in water or live in cities are at highest risk; humans are also susceptible and suffer similar symptoms.

Rabies, Dewormer, Bordetella, Adult DHPP+Lepto 4 (if requested),
Heartworm Test , Fecal, PRT Exam

Dogs typically start their vaccine program between six to nine months of age. 

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Address

P.O. Box 6394
West Columbia, SC 29169

300 Orchard Drive
West Columbia, SC 29170

Business Hours
Federal ID# 57-0950870
SC ID# 256