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Veterinary Services

Pet Dental Care

PETSinc is proud to offer affordable community veterinary services for all pet owners.

Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9am – 6pm
Select Saturdays: 10am – 3pm; July 13, July 27, August 24
Sunday: Closed

Dental care is an important part of your pet’s overall health. You should have your pet’s teeth and gums thoroughly checked by a veterinarian at least once a year because dental issues can either cause or be caused by a wide range of other serious health problems.

Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in both dogs and cats. Periodontal disease begins with plaque that hardens into tartar, which above the gumline can typically be easily removed. However, plaque and tartar below the gumline often opens the door to infection or damage to the jawbone.

By the age of three, your pet will most likely have some early evidence of the disease, which typically continues to worsen with age if regular preventive measures aren’t taken. Other health problems often associated with periodontal disease include liver, kidney and heart muscle changes and abnormalities. That’s why early detection and treatment are critical.

Have your pet checked out at PETSinc. at least once a year, or more frequently if you observe signs of a problem including bad breath, teeth that are covered in tartar or otherwise discolored, pain or bleeding in or around the mouth, or broken or loose teeth.


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Why Choose Us


PETSinc was the first non-municipal shelter established in Lexington and Richland counties. For 33 years, we have been dedicated to helping as many dogs and cats as possible; rehoming more than 1,500 each year.

Comprehensive Services

PETSinc provides affordable care to serve the medical needs of your pet and our rescues with our Low-Cost Vet Hospital and Clinic, Pharmacy services, and our Alternative Medicine Clinic providing rehabilitation and holistic care.

Rescue and Rehoming

PETSinc addresses both the physical and emotional needs of animals with our staff and volunteers spending as much time as possible with our rescues. Tender care and socialization is paramount to giving them their best chance to live their best life.

Mobile Vet Clinic

PETSinc has expanded it’s service area with our low-cost mobile unit to provide convenient access to services to keep your dog and cat as healthy as possible with vaccines, preventative care, and exams.


PETSinc strives to ensure the safety and well-being of your pet with our microchipping program. All pets adopted through PETSinc are microchipped to facilitate a safe return if they get lost.

Life-Long Adoptions

PETSinc’s adoption staff work tirelessly to match the right dog or cat with the adoptive person or family’s lifestyle. We offer meet and greets to give our rescues their best chance to see if they are a good fit with the potential adopter.

Training & Socialization

Our on-site trainer is certified as a Canine Trainer and Behavior Specialist and works to improve our dogs’ adoptability. We have volunteers who spend time with our cats and kittens to enhance their socialization.

No-Kill Shelter

PETSinc works closely with other shelters to save as many animals as possible and helps our community when they find abandoned animals or need to surrender their own pet.