Companion Animal Hospital of Indian Land
9955 Charlotte Hwy | Indian Land, SC 29707Call 803-712-3966
|Monday||7:45am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||7:45am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||7:45am - 6:00pm|
|Thursday||7:45am - 6:00pm|
|Friday||7:45am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||7:45am - 12:00pm|
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Emergency Veterinary Clinic
- Exotic Animal Vet
- Reptile Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Docking
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
The goals of Companion Animal Hospital of Indian Land are to provide high quality veterinary care, provide veterinary care in the most cost efficient manner and to provide veterinary care in a personal, small-town atmosphere.
Companion Animal Hospital of Indian Land utilizes the latest in veterinary technology such as an in-house lab, digital radiography, digital
dental radiography, digital ultrasound, otoendoscopy, advanced anesthetic monitoring and tonometry.
One of the most significant expenses in providing healthcare is the physical structure of the healthcare facility. The trend in
human healthcare is to locate in multi-business complexes rather than a free-standing building in order to reduce overhead
expenses. Dr. Curtsinger chose to build the hospital in a multi-business complex to reduce the cost of veterinary care
without compromising the quality of veterinary care.
The last goal was to provide veterinary care in a personal, small-town atmosphere. Drs. Curtsinger, Miller and Odom have
previous experience at large, multiple doctor hospitals but prefer to practice in a smaller and more personal hospital
atmosphere. The doctors believe that is important to provide owners with options for veterinary care that range from the
most advanced care available to best care available for the owner’s budget.
Companion Animal Hospital of Indian Land was founded in 2004 and is conveniently located to serve the Indian Land, Fort Mill, Sun City,
Ballantyne, Waxhaw and South Charlotte areas. The doctors and staff welcome clients to tour the hospital facility.
Dr. Curtsinger lives in Indian Land but is originally from Kentucky. He received a B.S. Degree in Animal Science from Eastern Kentucky University in 1987 and graduated Cum Laude from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. While in veterinary college, he was a member of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honorary Society, a small animal clinical student resident and a volunteer firemen/EMT. He was awarded the Small Animal Clinical Proficiency Award, the Merck Veterinary Academic Award and the Community Involvement Award while in veterinary school. Immediately after graduation, Dr. Curtsinger entered a small animal medicine/surgery internship program in Ohio. He completed the internship and moved to Pineville, North Carolina in 1993 and has worked at several larger hospitals in South Charlotte including Carolina Veterinary Specialists. In 1998, he became board certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Canine and Feline Practice. There are approximately 350 board certified Canine/Feline Dilpomates in the United States and only 3 in South Carolina. The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners is one of the few specialty organizations that require its Diplomates to recertify every ten years, ensuring the Diplomates stay current with the latest developments in medicine and surgery. He has served on various committees in the ABVP including the Exam Committee Chairman.
Dr. Curtsinger is married with three sons, two dogs, five cats, a pet rat and chickens. He enjoys fishing, camping, dirt bikes and coaching in youth baseball and wrestling. He was a member of the Pineville Volunteer Fire and Rescue for fifteen years and has served in various positions including Treasurer, Captain and member of the Swift Water Rescue Team. He and wife are members
at Stough Memorial Baptist church. Dr. Curtsinger’s goal was to develop a high quality hospital that provides latest, most progressive veterinary care yet still retain a small-town, personal atmosphere. His vision became reality in April 26, 2004 when he opened Curtsinger Animal Hospital.