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Welcome to Cashua Veterinary Care

Pet ownership is an adventure that comes with certain responsibilities. Looking out for your pet’s health and welfare is an essential part of those responsibilities. Maintaining the health of your pet involves working with an experienced, trustworthy veterinarian. At Cashua Veterinary Care, you will benefit from the skill and experience of Dr. Kate and her dedicated veterinary team in caring for your pet. Our comprehensive pet care services will keep your pet in the best of health for years to come.

Who We Are

Cashua Veterinary Care is your one-stop-shop for veterinary care services that can enhance the health and wellness of your pet. Your furry friend will receive comprehensive, conscientious pet care. Our team has a genuine love for pets which is reflected in their loving treatment of animals in our care. When you bring your pet to us, you can have full confidence that he or she will receive the best of care.

Services

For your convenience, we offer a wide range of services to improve your pet’s health, starting with preventive care. Preventive care is designed to keep your pet healthy by preventing sickness and disease. The first step toward improved health is a pet wellness exam. We suggest that pets receive a wellness exam annually so our veterinarian can monitor their health and discuss treatment options when needed.

During an annual exam, one of our veterinarians will record your pet’s weight, growth, and development. Then we will inspect your pet from nose to tail to look for any early warning signs of sickness or disease. Early detection and treatment can prevent health problems from developing into major medical issues.

Our clinic also offers vaccinations, flea and tick prevention, parasite control, spay and neuter surgeries, microchipping, dental exams, and teeth cleanings as part of our preventive care services. If your pet is experiencing skin problems, we will test your pet for environmental or food allergies.

Surgeries

In addition to spay and neuter procedures, we perform soft tissue surgeries to treat respiratory and gastrointestinal conditions as well as orthopedic surgeries to treat joint problems. We use laser therapy treatments to help your pet heal after surgery.

Emergency Pet Care

When emergencies happen, contact Cashua Veterinary Care for emergency veterinary treatment. This includes broken bones from car accidents, accidental poisoning, lacerations from animal fights, and other urgent medical situations. We also perform emergency surgeries, when needed.

See Our Veterinarians in Florence for All of Your Pet Care Needs

Pets are a lot of fun and fill our lives with love and joy. Through routine veterinary care, you can ensure that your furry friend lives a long and happy life with you and your family. Call Cashua Veterinary Care in Florence, SC, today at 843-407-9020 to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians. Our team can’t wait to meet you and your pet!

Covid-19 Update

New Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7:30am-5:30pm Closed 12:00-1:00 Monday- Friday Saturday: 8:00-12:00

We know that the past few months of coping with the Coronavirus has been frustrating and stressful for us all.  The entire Cashua Veterinary Care team thanks you for your ongoing flexibility and patience as we all are adjusting to a new normal.

Our lobby remains closed until further notice. Here are instructions for your pet appointments:

  • If you or an immediate family member is not feeling well, or has been sick within the past 14 days, please reschedule your appointment for a later date.
  • Curbside and Drop-Off appointments-Please call our office when you pull into the parking lot to check-in. A technician will come out to speak with you and take your pet(s) inside. If your pet is scheduled for an appointment and not a drop off the doctor will come out to you and discuss her exam findings as well as recommendations. If your pet is scheduled to be dropped off for services we will call to discharge over the phone or provide you with a pick up time for the doctor to come outside to discuss her exam findings/recommendations. Please note that we will not be accepting Walk-In appointments at this time.
  • If your pet is having an emergency please give us a call to let us know that you are on the way and what the issue is. If your pet is not having an emergency an appointment will be made based on his/her case.
  • Remember, when you arrive for your appointment, please remain in your car and call us to check-in.
  • Medication and Food Pick-up: curbside service for all medication and food pick up. Please call us at least 1-2 hours prior to your desired pick up time so we can ensure that your medication will be filled and ready. Pre-paying is also recommended to speed up your pick up time.
  • Specimen Drop Off:  If you have a specimen that needs to be dropped off, please leave the sample in the designated sample box and knock on the door to let us know it is there.

Our goal is to continue to keep our clients and our team members safe and healthy. We understand that some of these guidelines may be inconvenient, but we ask for your patience and compliance during this stressful time.   


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Services

Refer a friend and receive $20.00 off of your next purchase!

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Ask your friends and family to put your name down as a referral. Each month we will add $20.00 to your account for each referral to use towards your next purchase.

"All About the Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth!"

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Receive a discount when your pet has a dental cleaning. Give us a call to schedule your pet for a dental check up and to receive dental information. If you want to know the tooth about it, come see doctors and staff at Cashua Veterinary Care! You're only one call away from fresh breath and pearly whites.

"Sloppy kisses are more welcome when teeth aren't like this!"


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Meet Our Family

Learn Who We Are

  • Cassie Turner
    Veterinary Technician

    Hey my name is Cassie Turner! I have been a part of CVC since 2019. Ever since I was little I have always wanted to work at a vets office! Working here at Cashua has been the best experience! I love getting to help and learn all about the animals! I currently have two dogs of my own and have recently started fostering dogs. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and being outdoors. 

  • Dr.
    Caroline Rummel
    Associate Veterinarian

    I grew up in Gaffney, South Carolina. I attended Clemson University for my undergraduate degree, and graduated in December 2012 with a B.S. in Animal & Veterinary Sciences. In the fall of 2013, I was accepted into Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, where I worked in the large animal hospital and discovered a passion for equine medicine.
    After graduating vet school in May 2017, I completed a year-long internship at Southern Equine Services in Aiken, South Carolina. Following my internship, I made the switch to small animal medicine when I moved to Florence, SC and worked as an associate at Mullins Veterinary Hospital before accepting my current position here at Cashua Veterinary Care.
    Although I'm currently not practicing equine medicine, I'm still very passionate about riding and hope to soon compete in western/rodeo events. I also have a special love for Boykin Spaniels- I have 2 of my own, named Dallas and Roux (who are spoiled rotten!). My other fur children include a black lab named Little Ann, as well as a few chickens. 
    In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my new husband, Dan, and being outside, whether it be doing yard work, going on the lake, or running. I'm very pleased to be joining the Cashua Veterinary Care team, and looks forward to meeting the clients at Cashua Veterinary Care and serving them for many years to come!

  • Dr.
    Kate Atwood
    DVM and Owner
    Dr. Kate Atwood is a veterinarian with Cashua Veterinary Care. Raised in Florence, Dr. Atwood is excited to return to her hometown. She is a 2002 graduate of Trinity Collegiate School, and received her B.S. in biology from Furman University in 2006.Dr. Atwood is a 2010 graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed a year of clinical training at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Crystal Summerford
    Practice Manager and Veterinary Technician
    I am a Veterinary Technician at CVC. I'm excited to say that I have been a Vet Tech for 17 years! I have a BS degree in Biology that I obtained from Francis Marion University.
  • D'Artagnan the Office Cat Cashua Veterinary Care
    Personal Relations Manager
    He is always around to greet you when you come in the door!! Remember to keep your belongings, especially food, near because I may need to borrow something. Oh, loving on me is the purrrrfect thing to do while making your next appointment!
  • Kimberly Parsons
    Veterinary Technician Assistant

    Hello! My name is Kimberly and I have been a part of the Cashua Veterinary Care team since 2018. I have three cats and two dogs. They are spoiled rotten and I love them with all of my heart. I love working with our team, wonderful pet patients, and excellent clients. I look forward to seeing you soon!

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

    We value our clients' experience at Cashua Veterinary Care. If your pet or animal is currently a patient, please feel free to email us and tell us your experience. Your testimonial may be posted on our website!

    Dr. Jim Harris

    I was very impressed with the knowledge of the staff when I came in with my puppy! They were very kind and showed lots of compassion for my puppy. I thank the doctors for being there for us...especially for emergency care!! Thanks you guys for being so wonderful!

    Sarah Lum

    The staff at Cashua Veterinary Care were beyond wonderful! Everyone I interacted with was incredibly friendly and knowledgeable. They treated my cat as if she were theirs. They did a great job making me feel welcome and ensuring that I understood everything I needed to to care for my pet.

    Hannah Williams

    Cashua Veterinary Care treated all of my pets as if they were treating their own pets. I would recommend Cashua Veterinary Care to anyone who is looking for a veterinarian!

    Brenda Mclure

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed