This is a fancy way of saying “using medical techniques to help treat sick pets”, but we think you get the idea … more

Surgery and Dental Care are essential needs for every pet.  Some of these procedures are commonly performed … more

Comprehensive pet care includes providing safe and hygienic practical care such as boarding and grooming … more

History

Catawba Animal Clinic has provided comprehensive veterinary medical care to help meet the needs of pets and families in the greater York County area for over 30 years. Founded in 1978 by Dr. Roger Troutman, the practice has grown along with our community, with a current team of seven doctors and a support staff of over forty technicians, receptionists, and patient care specialists. This growth has been made possible by the confidence and loyalty of the three generations of clients we have served.
As we have grown we have expanded both our facilities and the range of services we can provide. Our office first opened across the street from our current location. Within a short time our patients’ needs had outgrown… read more

A Word From Our Friends

Nena C.

Dr. John Mazur of Catawba Animal Clinic is hands down the best veterinarian we have ever taken our pets to. He stands in a class alone. We have known good vets, fair vets, the worst possible vets. Now that we are clients of Catawba Animal Clinic, we know the best veterinarians out there.  Let me mention the awesome staff who complete the picture of the best medical office with which we have ever been acquainted.  The front office associates are Read more »

Jennifer T.

Dr. Privette is the vet that we usually use. There is not another vet office that I would go to. They have treated us with the utmost compassion. They care about their clients. Their office staff know my animals, and they love them too. I don’t think that you could ask for a practice that care more about the animals and their people.  Love them all! Read more »

“Chancie” and The Waddell’s

“Thank you, Dr. John Mazur, for performing my cruciate surgery. I am doing so much better and behaving most of the time. You are awesome and I appreciate you and the surgical techs plus the rest of the staff at Catawba. Morgan is special too. She helped me in the car after surgery. My thanks again.”                                                                                                    Read more »

Dolores and Dan O.

“A bond between a pet and his family is a wonderful experience. Sometimes, however, a pet’s longevity requires the skills and expertise of well qualified veterinarians … Read more »

News

CATAWBA ANIMAL CLINIC WELCOMES DR. AMANDA WOLFF !

 Catawba Animal Clinic is excited to announce that Dr Amanda Wolff has joined our team of veterinarians serving the families and pets of Rock Hill and York County. Dr. Wolff is a native of Illinois and an honored 2014 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. During her postgraduate veterinary education Amanda coordinated research projects in nutrition and immunology, and had a special emphasis in animal shelter and wildlife Read more »

FDA Update on Chinese Jerky Treats

The FDA in association with the American Veterinary Medical Association requested increased vigilance from veterinarians throughout the world for potential toxicity associated wth jerky treats. This potential concern inolved chicken, duck, and sweet potato treats made in China. Although there have been reported deaths, no definitive toxin has been identified, and no death has been confirmed to be due to eating the treats. Substances such as DEET (the Read more »

It’s Tick Season Again…..

There are 4 common ticks in the Southeast that can cause disease in dogs and humans.  They are the American dog tick, Lonestar tick, Deer tick and Brown dog tick.  These ticks trasmit Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Erhlichia, Southern Tick-Associated Rash Illness (STARI), Tuleremia and Tick Paralysis.  I used to think that Lyme disease was seen only in the Northeast but over the past several years this illness has steadily moved south Read more »

Why should I bring my Cat to Catawba Animal Clinic, P.A.?

Catawba Animal Clinic, P.A. (CAC) understands there are 86 million cats and 78 million dogs owned and yet cats visit veterinarians less frequently. Contributing to the decrease in cat visits is the stress associated with getting the cat to the veterinary practice and the lack of understanding of the need for wellness and preventative care. We at CAC are striving to minimize the stress related to veterinary visits; provide a knowledgeable staff and Read more »


 

 

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