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Palmetto Animal Hospital

Palmetto Animal Hospital

2221 2nd Loop Rd | Florence, SC 29501

Call 843-310-0313
Monday 7:30am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 6:00pm
Thursday 7:30am - 6:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Full-Service Veterinary Practice
  • Laser Therapy
  • Open Saturdays & Sundays!
  • Boarding & Grooming
  • Radioactive Iodine Treatment
  • 24-Hour Vet
  • Animal Boarding
  • Animal Daycare
  • Animal Flea Control
  • Animal Grooming
  • Animal Microchipping
  • Bird Vet
  • Emergency Veterinary Clinic
  • Exotic Animal Vet
  • Holistic Veterinary Medicine
  • Reptile Vet
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary Medical Specialties
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

Palmetto Animal Hospital is a full service, state-of-the-art veterinary hospital treating dogs and cats and providing boarding services in the Florence, SC community and surrounding area.

Our professional and courteous staff provides the best possible veterinary care, surgical services, and pet dental care for our highly valued patients. We support our clients in their efforts at responsible pet ownership through preventive veterinary health care, advanced diagnostic technology, and aggressive treatment for injury and disease, as well as educational resources and opportunities for our clients.

Extended hospital hours, including weekends, allow our clients better access to regular care. Veterinary care beyond comparison - visit Palmetto Animal Hospital and discover the difference commitment makes!


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Our facility houses multiple exam rooms, a treatment area, an in-house laboratory, a surgical suite, and digital radiograph and ultrasound technology. Our facility houses multiple exam rooms, a treatment area, an in-house laboratory, a surgical suite, and digital radiograph and ultrasound technology.
Palmetto Animal Hospital’s lobby is well-stocked with all kinds of pet products, including a variety of pet food options. Palmetto Animal Hospital’s lobby is well-stocked with all kinds of pet products, including a variety of pet food options.
Palmetto Animal Hospital offers safe, comfortable boarding accommodations for the cats and dogs of the Pee Dee! Palmetto Animal Hospital offers safe, comfortable boarding accommodations for the cats and dogs of the Pee Dee!
Pets give us unconditional love and companionship. We give pets best-in-class clinical care with compassion! Pets give us unconditional love and companionship. We give pets best-in-class clinical care with compassion!
A visual dental assessment is part of every physical exam performed at Palmetto Animal Hospital. It’s really that important! A visual dental assessment is part of every physical exam performed at Palmetto Animal Hospital. It’s really that important!
Dr. Brenda McKinley listens to a patient’s heartbeat and breathing patterns using a stethoscope. If anything of concern is detected, our facility is fully equipped with an on-site diagnostic lab. Dr. Brenda McKinley listens to a patient’s heartbeat and breathing patterns using a stethoscope. If anything of concern is detected, our facility is fully equipped with an on-site diagnostic lab.
We love what we do at Palmetto Animal Hospital! We love what we do at Palmetto Animal Hospital!
Dr. Lee Burnett is one of the area’s only providers of Radioactive Iodine (I-131) Therapy and has effectively treated countless cats with hyperthyroidism using this method. It’s the most common endocrine disorder in cats today! Dr. Lee Burnett is one of the area’s only providers of Radioactive Iodine (I-131) Therapy and has effectively treated countless cats with hyperthyroidism using this method. It’s the most common endocrine disorder in cats today!
We provide all of the important services your new kitten or puppy needs during their first year of life, including physical exams, vaccinations, parasite testing and control, and more. We provide all of the important services your new kitten or puppy needs during their first year of life, including physical exams, vaccinations, parasite testing and control, and more.
Pets age at a much faster rate than humans, and a lot can happen in one year! That’s why we recommend all pets visit us on an annual or semi-annual basis. Pets age at a much faster rate than humans, and a lot can happen in one year! That’s why we recommend all pets visit us on an annual or semi-annual basis.
The treatment area at Palmetto Animal Hospital is used for a variety of procedures, like giving vaccines, drawing blood, performing dental cleanings, and preparing for surgery. The treatment area at Palmetto Animal Hospital is used for a variety of procedures, like giving vaccines, drawing blood, performing dental cleanings, and preparing for surgery.
Does your pet need a nail trim? If so, we are happy to help! Does your pet need a nail trim? If so, we are happy to help!
This kitty is visiting Palmetto Animal Hospital for a routine wellness visit. Here, Dr. Lee Burnett uses a stethoscope to listen for heart murmurs and irregular patterns. This kitty is visiting Palmetto Animal Hospital for a routine wellness visit. Here, Dr. Lee Burnett uses a stethoscope to listen for heart murmurs and irregular patterns.
Open wide! The sooner you begin proper dental care for your pet, the better. Open wide! The sooner you begin proper dental care for your pet, the better.
Dr. Lee Burnett is eager to help keep this precious kitten healthy and happy for years to come. Welcome to the Palmetto Animal Hospital family! Dr. Lee Burnett is eager to help keep this precious kitten healthy and happy for years to come. Welcome to the Palmetto Animal Hospital family!
The first thing you should do as a new pet parent is to schedule a veterinary visit! The first thing you should do as a new pet parent is to schedule a veterinary visit!
The receptionists at Palmetto Animal Hospital ensure our clients have consistently exceptional client experiences at our facility. The receptionists at Palmetto Animal Hospital ensure our clients have consistently exceptional client experiences at our facility.
It’s beneficial for young pets to start visiting us early on so they become comfortable in a hospital setting. Just take a look at this patient who is happy to visit us at Palmetto! It’s beneficial for young pets to start visiting us early on so they become comfortable in a hospital setting. Just take a look at this patient who is happy to visit us at Palmetto!
A patient visits Dr. Lee Burnett for a follow-up visit to monitor the healing process and to ensure treatment success. A patient visits Dr. Lee Burnett for a follow-up visit to monitor the healing process and to ensure treatment success.
The readers of the Morning News have spoken and they think Palmetto Animal Hospital is Best of the Pee Dee 2017 in the Best Veterinarian & Pet Boarding categories. We won runner up in the Best Pet Day Care category, too! The readers of the Morning News have spoken and they think Palmetto Animal Hospital is Best of the Pee Dee 2017 in the Best Veterinarian & Pet Boarding categories. We won runner up in the Best Pet Day Care category, too!
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Lee Burnett, DVM
Lee Burnett, DVM

Dr. Lee Burnett, Veterinarian at Palmetto Animal Hospital
Dr. Burnett graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. He worked with a mixed-animal practice for many years before focusing strictly on small animal veterinary medicine. His interests include internal medicine and preventive care, ultrasound, and business management. He is also certified for the treatment of felines with hyperthyroidism.

Dr. Burnett always had pets growing up and they showed him the kindness and patience that he needed to care for them. This triggered his interest in veterinary medicine. He has one dog named Molly, and three cats named Limpy Lou, Maggie, and Moo Cow. All of his cats are three-legged and run around the clinic freely.

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Brenda McKinley, DVM
Brenda McKinley, DVM

Passionate for high-quality veterinary medicine, Dr. Brenda McKinley is an accomplished doctor committed to providing her clients and patients with the very best services and care. Along with her gentleness and superior client communication, Dr. McKinley is highly skilled in laser surgery and general surgical procedures.

After graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts in 2004, Dr. McKinley accepted a position as a veterinary assistant and registered veterinary technician at Santa Fe Pet Hospital in California. In pursuit of her dream to become a veterinarian, Dr. McKinley earned licensing in the state of California and accepted a position at the Santa Fe practice. Relocating to Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, she also treated animals at a rescue clinic for two years prior to joining the team at Palmetto Animal Hospital.

Dr. McKinley has a knack for arts & crafts, decorating and event planning. Each year, she actively participates in animal fundraisers and counts down the days until her favorite holiday, Halloween. At home, Dr. McKinley cares for six felines and a Chihuahua, all rescues from the golden state.

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Sarah Morse, DVM
Sarah Morse, DVM

Dr. Sarah Morse has had a passion for helping animals for as long as she can remember. She loved playing doctor with her family pets as a child, and went on to volunteer her time at the local humane society. Her innate love for animals motivated her to become the compassionate, skilled, and successful veterinarian she is today.

Originally from Starkville, Mississippi, Dr. Morse earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal and Dairy Science from Mississippi State University in 2013. She continued her education at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2016.

Dr. Sarah Morse joined the team at Palmetto Animal Hospital in October 2018. She has professional interests in soft tissue surgery and exotic animal medicine, and is a USDA accredited veterinarian in the state of South Carolina. To Dr. Morse, nothing makes her day quite like seeing a beloved pet regain their health and happiness.

Dr. Morse enjoys spending her spare time gardening and playing video games. She is the proud pet parent to a senior mixed-breed dog named Ed (female), a playful kitten named Charles Wallace, and a goldfish named Pop Tart. Ed is highly intelligent and knows every trick in the book (plus a few more!) Fun fact: The first pet Dr. Morse ever had was a 25 cent pet store goldfish named Fishy.

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