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


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

Roberta and Cecil G.

This is a topnotch practice in all aspects. It is extremely well run, efficient, client-friendly and provides superb care.  We have taken our animals there (mostly cats) for 20 years and have found the office and technical support staff to be professional, knowledgeable, courteous and very helpful. Getting an appointment is never a problem, emergencies are handled promptly and wait times to be seen are minimal. Medical record keeping is excellent Read more »

Jessie R.

I wanted to let you know how much Sarah’s care of Emma meant to me during her months of physical therapy. Emma consistently went from a nervous tremble to a happy soul as soon as Sarah greeted her. Emma is family and because of Sarah I felt comfortable leaving her for the day week after week. Sarah made Emma feel so loved-and in turn making me your practice’s biggest fan.  (Sarah is one of CAC’s fantastic certified technicians.) Read more »

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 »


Canine Influenza

With the recent news reports concerning the outbreak of canine influenza in Chicago, it is very understandable that many people are concerned for their own pets.  It is important to know that although canine influenza is a possible cause of respiratory disease in dogs, it has not been identified as an infectious agent in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Charlotte area.  Dogs can develop a cough due to allergies, heart disease, infectious disease as well Read more »

Office Hours Due to Inclement Weather

Thursday 2/26/15 – 10:00am-6pm Read more »

Holiday Plants That Cause More Worry Than Warranted

Some holiday plants get a bad rap that’s not necessarily deserved. While they’re certainly not good for pets to ingest, they’re also not as dangerous as many people believe. Here is the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center’s list of plants that generally cause the most anxiety for pet owners.   Poinsettia (Euphoribia Pulcherrima)   Poinsettias may be the most misrepresented plant when it comes to toxicity. Since 1919 Poinsettias Read more »

Halloween Safety Tips

A safe Halloween for your pets Costumes, constant treaters at the door, and candy may be the makings of a fun Halloween for us, but can lead to a truly scary Halloween for our pets. Here are some helpful tips to help keep the furry members of your family safe. 1. Keep Treats out of Reach Chocolate, candy, and gum are toxic to dogs. Some candy contains xylitol which, when ingested by animals, can cause low blood glucose (sugar) and liver damage. Read more »



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