Tiger Town Animal Hospital

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1004 College Ave

Clemson, SC

29631

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Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:30am to 5:30pm Tuesday, Thursday: 7:30am to 7:30pm

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My dog was hit by a car and I took him into this vet to be treated. He seemed rushed and ready to get out of the office since it was the afternoon, so he chose to put staples in his leg and head instead of stitches and did not ask my preference. A week later the staples were removed. Luckily the next night my dogs head wound opened so I took him to a vet in Greenville. With just looking at the wound they could tell it was infected and needed more attention. The staples did not help with any healing at all. He ended up needing stitches in his head, two layers, treatment to remove the infection and more. I called Tiger Town Animal Hospital to tell them what happened and see if I would be compensated for their mistakes if i returned their for it to be fixed. They did not offer any compensation and did not even apologize. I do not recommend this vet at all and will not ever return.

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My dog was hit by a car and I took him into this vet to be treated. He seemed rushed and ready to get out of the office since it was the afternoon, so he chose to put staples in his leg and head instead of stitches and did not ask my preference. A week later the staples were removed. Luckily the next night my dogs head wound opened so I took him to a vet in Greenville. With just looking at the wound they could tell it was infected and needed more attention. The staples did not help with any healing at all. He ended up needing stitches in his head, two layers, treatment to remove the infection and more. I called Tiger Town Animal Hospital to tell them what happened and see if I would be compensated for their mistakes if i returned their for it to be fixed. They did not offer any compensation and did not even apologize. I do not recommend this vet at all and will not ever return.

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All of these reviews with Dr. Craddock are out of date, and seem to have come from very angry individuals. I previously took my animals (My dog and 2 rats) to Animal House in Clemson, and received poor service there. When one of my rats got sick the vet at Animal House gave some medication that did nothing for the rat and knew nothing about small animal medicine.

When I took my rats to Dr. Craddock and his staff they were able to tell me immediately what was wrong with my rats and they were able to help. He did everything he could to save one of my rat babies, but we did lose her. However, that was not his fault it was nature taking its course.

With my other rat he and his staff, which includes many individuals that own small animals, knew exactly what was wrong, and what needed to be done to save my baby. I had to have a tumor removed from my rat and he worked with me on the payment for the procedure. My rat made a full recovery and one of the staff members even took care of her for the few days following the surgery because I did not know what to do.

I took my rat in again today because I suspected that she may have another tumor (which it is not uncommon for rats to have multiple tumors over the course of their life-her first one was six months ago) and she did in fact have a tumor and he scheduled the procedure for tomorrow-the very next day. He again is willing to work with me on the payment for the procedure.

He understands how much my animals mean to me; he knows how much everyone that walks into his office cares about their pets and he will stop at nothing to ensure that they receive the best possible care.

I would recommend Dr. Craddock to anyone and everyone! ESPECIALLY those of you who own small or exotic animals, because he is one of the only veterinarians in the upstate that are certified, recognized and rewarded for his small animal procedure knowledge and abilities.

He is the best vet I have ever encountered!

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All of these reviews with Dr. Craddock are out of date, and seem to have come from very angry individuals. I previously took my animals (My dog and 2 rats) to Animal House in Clemson, and received poor service there. When one of my rats got sick the vet at Animal House gave some medication that did nothing for the rat and knew nothing about small animal medicine.

When I took my rats to Dr. Craddock and his staff they were able to tell me immediately what was wrong with my rats and they were able to help. He did everything he could to save one of my rat babies, but we did lose her. However, that was not his fault it was nature taking its course.

With my other rat he and his staff, which includes many individuals that own small animals, knew exactly what was wrong, and what needed to be done to save my baby. I had to have a tumor removed from my rat and he worked with me on the payment for the procedure. My rat made a full recovery and one of the staff members even took care of her for the few days following the surgery because I did not know what to do.

I took my rat in again today because I suspected that she may have another tumor (which it is not uncommon for rats to have multiple tumors over the course of their life-her first one was six months ago) and she did in fact have a tumor and he scheduled the procedure for tomorrow-the very next day. He again is willing to work with me on the payment for the procedure.

He understands how much my animals mean to me; he knows how much everyone that walks into his office cares about their pets and he will stop at nothing to ensure that they receive the best possible care.

I would recommend Dr. Craddock to anyone and everyone! ESPECIALLY those of you who own small or exotic animals, because he is one of the only veterinarians in the upstate that are certified, recognized and rewarded for his small animal procedure knowledge and abilities.

He is the best vet I have ever encountered!

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We used Dr. Craddock before he opened the clinic in Clemson, while he worked at a clinic in Easley. He is a superb surgeon and excellent vet. We have shown toy spaniels for almost 30 years and Dr. Craddock does all our spay/neuter surgeries when we retire one of our dogs. He is amazing for the tiny incisions and rapid recoveries of girl dogs. I drive 30 minutes to use his clinic when there are several other vet clinics within 5 miles of my home. That is one testimony of the level of respect I have for his expertise as a vet. I can't understand why anyone would wickedly try to damage him and Tigertown clinic on this website.

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We used Dr. Craddock before he opened the clinic in Clemson, while he worked at a clinic in Easley. He is a superb surgeon and excellent vet. We have shown toy spaniels for almost 30 years and Dr. Craddock does all our spay/neuter surgeries when we retire one of our dogs. He is amazing for the tiny incisions and rapid recoveries of girl dogs. I drive 30 minutes to use his clinic when there are several other vet clinics within 5 miles of my home. That is one testimony of the level of respect I have for his expertise as a vet. I can't understand why anyone would wickedly try to damage him and Tigertown clinic on this website.

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Dr Craddock and his staff were so wonderful to us. We would not dear go anywhere else. Our dog had an accident and had to have surgery they were so good and kind with our dog. She actually loves to go to his office she gets excited pulling up. I recommend Tiger Town to everybody when the ask where they can take their pets!

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Dr Craddock and his staff were so wonderful to us. We would not dear go anywhere else. Our dog had an accident and had to have surgery they were so good and kind with our dog. She actually loves to go to his office she gets excited pulling up. I recommend Tiger Town to everybody when the ask where they can take their pets!

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I took my maltipoo puppy in to be spayed and Dr. Craddock pulled three of her "baby" teeth out without notifying me. When I came to pick her up I was STILL not told of the dental procedures until I questioned the extra charges on my bill! How NUTS is that?! The Dr. was not in the office at the time and didn't respond to the cell phone message I left until late that night. I was also not instructed properly on how to care for my dog after having these two procedures. The staff is also not very pleasant. The tech even made her bleed when cutting her white nails where the wick can easily be seen. They also stressed giving the 3-year rabies vaccine, which I later found out by my new vet IS NOT YET APPROVED.Don't waste your time with Dr. Craddock. There are more professional vets in the area! I now venture to Greenville to see Shannon Hait, DVM, at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital. I have had a notably good service experience and found they offer the best prices in the area. The entire staff is also very professional.

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I took my maltipoo puppy in to be spayed and Dr. Craddock pulled three of her "baby" teeth out without notifying me. When I came to pick her up I was STILL not told of the dental procedures until I questioned the extra charges on my bill! How NUTS is that?! The Dr. was not in the office at the time and didn't respond to the cell phone message I left until late that night. I was also not instructed properly on how to care for my dog after having these two procedures. The staff is also not very pleasant. The tech even made her bleed when cutting her white nails where the wick can easily be seen. They also stressed giving the 3-year rabies vaccine, which I later found out by my new vet IS NOT YET APPROVED.Don't waste your time with Dr. Craddock. There are more professional vets in the area! I now venture to Greenville to see Shannon Hait, DVM, at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital. I have had a notably good service experience and found they offer the best prices in the area. The entire staff is also very professional.

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The negative reviews Dr. Craddock and his staff have gotten are obviously from angry, misguided individuals who don't know much about animal care. Having worked with animals for many years, I know that Dr. Craddock's knowledge and abilities are superior to many vets with whom I've dealt. ALL vets make a few misdiagnoses and have occasionally cranky staff, but that's certainly no reason for the hysteria that is evident in the previous reviews of his clinic. Dr. Craddock is the most inexpensive vet in the area, and he has hours which fit most any schedule. He works with local animal rescues, offering care at a discounted rate for them, and he even gives discounts for college students and senior citizens. Tiger Town Animal Hospital offers boarding, grooming, geriatric care, dentistry, and numerous surgical procedures for ALL small animals (even the really small ones, like hamsters and rats). Nathan Craddock has been my veterinarian since 2004, and he will remain so for many years to come.

CONS: There is no after-hours emergency care or monitoring of the hospitalized animals. If you have an emergency or your animal is in need of 24-hour care, I would go to a 24-7 emergency clinic.

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The negative reviews Dr. Craddock and his staff have gotten are obviously from angry, misguided individuals who don't know much about animal care. Having worked with animals for many years, I know that Dr. Craddock's knowledge and abilities are superior to many vets with whom I've dealt. ALL vets make a few misdiagnoses and have occasionally cranky staff, but that's certainly no reason for the hysteria that is evident in the previous reviews of his clinic. Dr. Craddock is the most inexpensive vet in the area, and he has hours which fit most any schedule. He works with local animal rescues, offering care at a discounted rate for them, and he even gives discounts for college students and senior citizens. Tiger Town Animal Hospital offers boarding, grooming, geriatric care, dentistry, and numerous surgical procedures for ALL small animals (even the really small ones, like hamsters and rats). Nathan Craddock has been my veterinarian since 2004, and he will remain so for many years to come.

CONS: There is no after-hours emergency care or monitoring of the hospitalized animals. If you have an emergency or your animal is in need of 24-hour care, I would go to a 24-7 emergency clinic.

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I wish that I had seen these comments before boarding my dogs. The kennel person did not show up for work & the dogs were locked in a hot,unventilated room with no food or water, & had not been let out in over 24 hours. My large dog was in deplorable conditions with about 8-9 other dogs & now has a severe infection, is hospitalized at another vet's office being treated with antibiotics & fluids & we are waiting to see if she lives. Both of my dogs have kennel cough also! This happened the weekend of May 11-if your dog was there & is sick or dead now, it was because your dog was neglected & subjected to inhumane care. No one from Tiger Town has even called to check on my dogs. DO NOT TAKE ANY ANIMALS THAT YOU LOVE TO THIS VET!!!!!!!

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I wish that I had seen these comments before boarding my dogs. The kennel person did not show up for work & the dogs were locked in a hot,unventilated room with no food or water, & had not been let out in over 24 hours. My large dog was in deplorable conditions with about 8-9 other dogs & now has a severe infection, is hospitalized at another vet's office being treated with antibiotics & fluids & we are waiting to see if she lives. Both of my dogs have kennel cough also! This happened the weekend of May 11-if your dog was there & is sick or dead now, it was because your dog was neglected & subjected to inhumane care. No one from Tiger Town has even called to check on my dogs. DO NOT TAKE ANY ANIMALS THAT YOU LOVE TO THIS VET!!!!!!!

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Over the years we have had MANY complaints about the service and treatment that out animals have recieved. However, continued to visit because of the fact that we knew Nathan outside of the clinic and considered him to be a "family friend". I am sorry to have to write this, but in my opinion, this is the worst place to take your pet in Clemson. The staff (with the exception of one girl) is very rude and seem more interested in talking to each other than helping with people's pets, and they are very cold mannered with the animals showing no affection or kindness. The last time I visited, they drug my sick puppy on her butt to the back by her collar and leash because she would not walk behind the Vet Tech (puppy is only 25 pounds so this was not required to get her into the back). The Vet does not take his time looking over my pets and examinations usually last less than 2 minutes and always seem incomplete. Any question I ask is replied to in a condesending and uninformative manner. Once, Nathan even asked me "who went to school to be a vet, you or me?" when I told him that I believed one of my dogs had coccidia due to the look of her pooh (turns out she did in fact have coccidia and I was right). I have recently changed vets and now I take my pets to Animal House in Clemson as I have heard nothing but good things about the Doctor and the staff there.

I do not reccomend taking your pets to Tiger Town Animal Hospital unless you don't mind poor service, communication, misdiagnosis, and high prices.

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Over the years we have had MANY complaints about the service and treatment that out animals have recieved. However, continued to visit because of the fact that we knew Nathan outside of the clinic and considered him to be a "family friend". I am sorry to have to write this, but in my opinion, this is the worst place to take your pet in Clemson. The staff (with the exception of one girl) is very rude and seem more interested in talking to each other than helping with people's pets, and they are very cold mannered with the animals showing no affection or kindness. The last time I visited, they drug my sick puppy on her butt to the back by her collar and leash because she would not walk behind the Vet Tech (puppy is only 25 pounds so this was not required to get her into the back). The Vet does not take his time looking over my pets and examinations usually last less than 2 minutes and always seem incomplete. Any question I ask is replied to in a condesending and uninformative manner. Once, Nathan even asked me "who went to school to be a vet, you or me?" when I told him that I believed one of my dogs had coccidia due to the look of her pooh (turns out she did in fact have coccidia and I was right). I have recently changed vets and now I take my pets to Animal House in Clemson as I have heard nothing but good things about the Doctor and the staff there.

I do not reccomend taking your pets to Tiger Town Animal Hospital unless you don't mind poor service, communication, misdiagnosis, and high prices.

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We just adopted a puppy from an animal control center. We took him to Tiger Town Animal Hospital to get started on vaccinations, get de-wormed, and get a full physical exam. He had been a little lethargic, not eating much, and had a runny nose which we told the vet. The vet barely examined him when he decided that he had kennel cough and sent us home with some antibiotics and no mention of when to come back for his first set of shots. We specifically asked about getting him de-wormed and we were told that he probably does not have any worms (without doing any type of stool sample test to determine if he did). This concerned me because dogs can easily pick up worms at shelters like animal control. Well, two weeks later our puppy felt better but he vomited up a bunch of full-sized roundworms. I called to schedule an appointment to get him de-wormer and to get started on his vaccinations. I told the lady on the phone he had vomited up some worms. She made not mention of it. I finally asked her if I needed to bring in a stool sample so that they could test it to determine which worms he needed to be treated for. The lady replied, "uh, yeah sure." Immediately after this conversation, I called another vet in town. Tiger Town Animal Hospital does not seem to be very involved with their clients or care about the animals health. I would not trust them with the lifelong care of my dog unless I wanted to settle for less than adequate care. Seems to me that if you take your animal there, you must be the one to make sure that they are doing what needs to be done such as testing for heartworms (which should be a regular occurance), other parasitic worms, and getting vaccinations at the appropriate times. I do not recommend them.

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We just adopted a puppy from an animal control center. We took him to Tiger Town Animal Hospital to get started on vaccinations, get de-wormed, and get a full physical exam. He had been a little lethargic, not eating much, and had a runny nose which we told the vet. The vet barely examined him when he decided that he had kennel cough and sent us home with some antibiotics and no mention of when to come back for his first set of shots. We specifically asked about getting him de-wormed and we were told that he probably does not have any worms (without doing any type of stool sample test to determine if he did). This concerned me because dogs can easily pick up worms at shelters like animal control. Well, two weeks later our puppy felt better but he vomited up a bunch of full-sized roundworms. I called to schedule an appointment to get him de-wormer and to get started on his vaccinations. I told the lady on the phone he had vomited up some worms. She made not mention of it. I finally asked her if I needed to bring in a stool sample so that they could test it to determine which worms he needed to be treated for. The lady replied, "uh, yeah sure." Immediately after this conversation, I called another vet in town. Tiger Town Animal Hospital does not seem to be very involved with their clients or care about the animals health. I would not trust them with the lifelong care of my dog unless I wanted to settle for less than adequate care. Seems to me that if you take your animal there, you must be the one to make sure that they are doing what needs to be done such as testing for heartworms (which should be a regular occurance), other parasitic worms, and getting vaccinations at the appropriate times. I do not recommend them.

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I took my kitten to get neutered and declawed last week. Both on the phone, at intake, my phone check-in, and pick-up I was handled by front desk staff only (and handled is the proper term). I never even got to speak with the vet who performed the procedures. They were very brusque and not very sensitive to my cat's individual needs. They didn't know who we were when I brought him in at the scheduled time. At pick-up they took my money, handed me some pages and my cat and walked away. No pain meds, no talk of aftercare, nothing. He had peed all over himself in the carrier (which he has never done, even on 10+ hour car rides) and didn't know what to do with a shredded paper filled box on our return home. Meaning that for almost 24 hours after surgery they didn't give him one to go in! Let me just say, I won't be back. Go to Animal House instead if you are looking for a good vet that cares more about your pets than the money.

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I took my kitten to get neutered and declawed last week. Both on the phone, at intake, my phone check-in, and pick-up I was handled by front desk staff only (and handled is the proper term). I never even got to speak with the vet who performed the procedures. They were very brusque and not very sensitive to my cat's individual needs. They didn't know who we were when I brought him in at the scheduled time. At pick-up they took my money, handed me some pages and my cat and walked away. No pain meds, no talk of aftercare, nothing. He had peed all over himself in the carrier (which he has never done, even on 10+ hour car rides) and didn't know what to do with a shredded paper filled box on our return home. Meaning that for almost 24 hours after surgery they didn't give him one to go in! Let me just say, I won't be back. Go to Animal House instead if you are looking for a good vet that cares more about your pets than the money.

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Tiger Town Animal Hospital is one of the best animal care givers to which my wife and I have ever taken our pets. Over the years we have had 7 dogs and six cats and have almost every condition that animals can have including feline leukemia, arthritis, tumors, and GDV [where the stomach of older, barrel chested dogs rotates and it dies from a lack of blood]. Nathan Craddock is the most skilled and competent vets we have ever dealt with, and his staff is friendly, and his facilities are clean and state of the art... we saw some pictures of it at www.tigertownvet.us before we took our dog Jupiter there the first time. I came home one day early and my dog was laying in his pen spitting up white foam. If Nathan and his staff had not performed emergency surgery to rotate his stomach within the hour after I rushed him to there, he would have died that afternoon. We were very grateful that Clemson had such a complete vet clinic with professional staff.

PROS: Excellent staff, clean facilities, surgical OR, XRAY, reasonable fees.
CONS: There are no cons here...

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Tiger Town Animal Hospital is one of the best animal care givers to which my wife and I have ever taken our pets. Over the years we have had 7 dogs and six cats and have almost every condition that animals can have including feline leukemia, arthritis, tumors, and GDV [where the stomach of older, barrel chested dogs rotates and it dies from a lack of blood]. Nathan Craddock is the most skilled and competent vets we have ever dealt with, and his staff is friendly, and his facilities are clean and state of the art... we saw some pictures of it at www.tigertownvet.us before we took our dog Jupiter there the first time. I came home one day early and my dog was laying in his pen spitting up white foam. If Nathan and his staff had not performed emergency surgery to rotate his stomach within the hour after I rushed him to there, he would have died that afternoon. We were very grateful that Clemson had such a complete vet clinic with professional staff.

PROS: Excellent staff, clean facilities, surgical OR, XRAY, reasonable fees.
CONS: There are no cons here...

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Dr. Nathan Craddock is a great veterinarian. He not only cares for the pets brought into his establishment, he cares for the people too! He has a very dedicated staff that are always willing to help find answers to any questions also. Dr. Craddock is a gentle soul, and his love for animals shows in all he does. I travel the 27 miles without hesitation whenever the need arises!

PROS: Open late on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Very easy to deal with. Nathan rocks!
CONS: I have yet to find ANY problems or detractors for the animal hospital.

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Dr. Nathan Craddock is a great veterinarian. He not only cares for the pets brought into his establishment, he cares for the people too! He has a very dedicated staff that are always willing to help find answers to any questions also. Dr. Craddock is a gentle soul, and his love for animals shows in all he does. I travel the 27 miles without hesitation whenever the need arises!

PROS: Open late on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Very easy to deal with. Nathan rocks!
CONS: I have yet to find ANY problems or detractors for the animal hospital.

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Dr. Craddock and his staff are some of the nicest, most helpful people I've ever met. Anytime I have had questions or concerns, I have called the office and gotten the help I needed. In early 2005, my year old kitten became very ill because of a rare disorder that required a very risky surgery. Without Dr. Craddock, my baby may not be alive and healthy today. He and his staff take the time to know each patient and their owners on a personal level. I have one complaint though. When I boarded my kitten there last summer, he came home with fleas that eventually led to some sort of mutated tapeworm that we ended up fighting for months. I now choose to board him elsewhere, BUT that incident wasn't terrible enough for me to EVER consider a new vet.

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Dr. Craddock and his staff are some of the nicest, most helpful people I've ever met. Anytime I have had questions or concerns, I have called the office and gotten the help I needed. In early 2005, my year old kitten became very ill because of a rare disorder that required a very risky surgery. Without Dr. Craddock, my baby may not be alive and healthy today. He and his staff take the time to know each patient and their owners on a personal level. I have one complaint though. When I boarded my kitten there last summer, he came home with fleas that eventually led to some sort of mutated tapeworm that we ended up fighting for months. I now choose to board him elsewhere, BUT that incident wasn't terrible enough for me to EVER consider a new vet.

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My son took his cats there and the doctor was supposed to give them all their shots and a general physical. By the way, he is a friend of my son. He gave the cats a shot and sent them home. He did not check them for any worms or ear mites or any thing else. My son was very unhappy and now takes his pets to another veterinarian in town. I wouldn't take any of my pets to this guy.

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My son took his cats there and the doctor was supposed to give them all their shots and a general physical. By the way, he is a friend of my son. He gave the cats a shot and sent them home. He did not check them for any worms or ear mites or any thing else. My son was very unhappy and now takes his pets to another veterinarian in town. I wouldn't take any of my pets to this guy.

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Tiger Town Animal Hospital is a relatively new animal hospital for the town of Clemson. Dr. Nathan Craddock, a Clemson University graduate, returned to Clemson after earning his PhD in Veterinary Science elsewhere. He offers an office that is open to students, faculty or anyone else in town. Dr. Craddock has seen both of my cats and has always been great to them. I have also been able to get appointments almost immediately when there was a problem. He also staffs his office with very knowledgeable helpers. I have been able to ask them many questions and know that I got the right answer there.
Dr. Craddock is also featured bi-weekly on Clemson University's radio magazine program, Your Day. (yourday.clemson.edu) Anyone can call in and ask the doctor any questions about their pets.

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Tiger Town Animal Hospital is a relatively new animal hospital for the town of Clemson. Dr. Nathan Craddock, a Clemson University graduate, returned to Clemson after earning his PhD in Veterinary Science elsewhere. He offers an office that is open to students, faculty or anyone else in town. Dr. Craddock has seen both of my cats and has always been great to them. I have also been able to get appointments almost immediately when there was a problem. He also staffs his office with very knowledgeable helpers. I have been able to ask them many questions and know that I got the right answer there.
Dr. Craddock is also featured bi-weekly on Clemson University's radio magazine program, Your Day. (yourday.clemson.edu) Anyone can call in and ask the doctor any questions about their pets.

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All my animals have been taken care of by Nathan craddock and his assistant Lynn Osbey and I have ten animals treated at his clinic ,I have never had a problem he is a good vet and would recommend anyone to him...

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All my animals have been taken care of by Nathan craddock and his assistant Lynn Osbey and I have ten animals treated at his clinic ,I have never had a problem he is a good vet and would recommend anyone to him...

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Last spring I unfortunately ran over my 15 year old cat as I pulled into my garage. Her leg was badly injured and I thought for sure it would have to be amputated.
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Last spring I unfortunately ran over my 15 year old cat as I pulled into my garage. Her leg was badly injured and I thought for sure it would have to be amputated.
It was almost 5:30 pm, and when I called TTAH I was told they were about

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Thank you so much Dr. Craddock! Because of your excellent skills, I still have my best friend with me today! My yellow Lab suffers from thunderstorm phobia and recently escaped from her kennel when a storm came while we weren't home.

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Thank you so much Dr. Craddock! Because of your excellent skills, I still have my best friend with me today! My yellow Lab suffers from thunderstorm phobia and recently escaped from her kennel when a storm came while we weren't home.

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I've known and used Dr. Craddock for over 12 years, before he opened the present vet clinic. He is a superb surgeon. His spays seldom need more than 3 stitches to close, the incision is so small. Our girls bounce back quickly from the surgery and that can't be said for the work that we've had done when a different vet does a spay for us.

Dr. Craddock is also as good as a cardiologist for hearing heart murmurs as well as great with patella luxation, both in detecting a loose knee and surgically repairing it. I highly recommend him. And the clinic staff have always been nice, pleasant and helpful to us. We see them frequently for puppy health exams and Tiger Town does all of our spays and neuters.

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★★★★★

I've known and used Dr. Craddock for over 12 years, before he opened the present vet clinic. He is a superb surgeon. His spays seldom need more than 3 stitches to close, the incision is so small. Our girls bounce back quickly from the surgery and that can't be said for the work that we've had done when a different vet does a spay for us.

Dr. Craddock is also as good as a cardiologist for hearing heart murmurs as well as great with patella luxation, both in detecting a loose knee and surgically repairing it. I highly recommend him. And the clinic staff have always been nice, pleasant and helpful to us. We see them frequently for puppy health exams and Tiger Town does all of our spays and neuters.

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From what I can tell, all the negative reviews below are from one individual. While she may have had a bad experience, I can tell you that I have nothing but good things to say about Tiger Town Animal Hospital. I have taken many animals there and have always received prompt, caring and - most of all - knowledgeable service from Dr. Craddock and his staff. Dr. Craddock spends a great deal of time with each patient, discussing all the options and explaining all the necessary treatments. He truly makes you feel as though your pet is the only animal on his schedule that day. The vet techs are really thoughtful and experienced with animals. Please don't be put off by one person's opinion! I would not take my own cats and bunnies anywhere else!

5
★★★★★

From what I can tell, all the negative reviews below are from one individual. While she may have had a bad experience, I can tell you that I have nothing but good things to say about Tiger Town Animal Hospital. I have taken many animals there and have always received prompt, caring and - most of all - knowledgeable service from Dr. Craddock and his staff. Dr. Craddock spends a great deal of time with each patient, discussing all the options and explaining all the necessary treatments. He truly makes you feel as though your pet is the only animal on his schedule that day. The vet techs are really thoughtful and experienced with animals. Please don't be put off by one person's opinion! I would not take my own cats and bunnies anywhere else!

Pros: caring and knowledgeable

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I have been going to Dr. Craddock for the past year and a half and it sounds like from the previous reviews, this place has much improved. The staff is very friendly and just because they have to double check who you are or ask you to describe your animal on the phone doesn't mean that they don't care. They see and care for 100s of animals, many of them with the same name, and don't want to get any animal mixed up.

Dr. Craddock is extremely knowledgeable and tries to work with patients and owners to make sure they get the best treatment at a price that can be afforded. He takes time to chat with me when I'm in there and gives me advise to anything, no matter how small. Personally, I love it that the staff double checks with Dr. Craddock if they aren't 100% about something, this reassures me that they are giving me the best information and advise. I would definitely recommend this vet to anyone. They have everything available there on site. For example, grooming and boarding, along with your standard veterinarian technologies. Definitely check out Tiger Town Animal Hospital!

5
★★★★★

I have been going to Dr. Craddock for the past year and a half and it sounds like from the previous reviews, this place has much improved. The staff is very friendly and just because they have to double check who you are or ask you to describe your animal on the phone doesn't mean that they don't care. They see and care for 100s of animals, many of them with the same name, and don't want to get any animal mixed up.

Dr. Craddock is extremely knowledgeable and tries to work with patients and owners to make sure they get the best treatment at a price that can be afforded. He takes time to chat with me when I'm in there and gives me advise to anything, no matter how small. Personally, I love it that the staff double checks with Dr. Craddock if they aren't 100% about something, this reassures me that they are giving me the best information and advise. I would definitely recommend this vet to anyone. They have everything available there on site. For example, grooming and boarding, along with your standard veterinarian technologies. Definitely check out Tiger Town Animal Hospital!

Pros: Friendly, clean, knowledgable

Cons: may have a short wait if there is an appointment taking long

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I had an apt. today, took my cat up there, showed the lady at the desk (who obviously was paying no attn.) these 3 swollen mammary glands. I had previously called and spoke to someone who said that the vet said this was common, she just needed to be spayed. When I got there today, I felt like I was being handled by some high pressured salesman, the apt. was to have her spayed, declawed, and her shots. Then I was informed of all the other many tests that she must have done. So, I agreed to have the luek. test done, and told her that I would just take her to the pet vac, which comes within blocks of our home every few weeks to get her shots (bill was still well over $200.00), which I was fine with. Then this extremely nice office manager (the high pressure salesman) calls my daughter on the phone, all my daughter heard was it's going to be at least $100.00 more, and she kept mentioning the leukemia test, so my daughter frantically calls me telling me that the cat has leukemia and it's going to cost at least $100.00 more, after calming her down I called the vet's office back, thought it was all straightened out. Then I called again later in the afternoon to see how it went. This "office manager" tells me that the vet decided he wasn't going to work on my cat. I said why? figuring that he had found something terribly wrong. She said "no, he just decided that you were too concerned with mo so he decided that he wasn't going to do it!!I had never even met the vet, so all of this came from her. I sat in the waiting room until they would let me talk to the vet, which he wouldn't come out there and talk to me (bad for business I guess??) so I had to go back in a room, he told me that the office manager told him that I had a bad attitude and that's why he decided not to work on my cat. Number one..I was nothing but nice to them (well, the last time I came to pick up my cat I was "slightly' aggravated) ,& number 2..what happened to vets who actually loved animals????

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★☆☆☆☆

I had an apt. today, took my cat up there, showed the lady at the desk (who obviously was paying no attn.) these 3 swollen mammary glands. I had previously called and spoke to someone who said that the vet said this was common, she just needed to be spayed. When I got there today, I felt like I was being handled by some high pressured salesman, the apt. was to have her spayed, declawed, and her shots. Then I was informed of all the other many tests that she must have done. So, I agreed to have the luek. test done, and told her that I would just take her to the pet vac, which comes within blocks of our home every few weeks to get her shots (bill was still well over $200.00), which I was fine with. Then this extremely nice office manager (the high pressure salesman) calls my daughter on the phone, all my daughter heard was it's going to be at least $100.00 more, and she kept mentioning the leukemia test, so my daughter frantically calls me telling me that the cat has leukemia and it's going to cost at least $100.00 more, after calming her down I called the vet's office back, thought it was all straightened out. Then I called again later in the afternoon to see how it went. This "office manager" tells me that the vet decided he wasn't going to work on my cat. I said why? figuring that he had found something terribly wrong. She said "no, he just decided that you were too concerned with mo so he decided that he wasn't going to do it!!I had never even met the vet, so all of this came from her. I sat in the waiting room until they would let me talk to the vet, which he wouldn't come out there and talk to me (bad for business I guess??) so I had to go back in a room, he told me that the office manager told him that I had a bad attitude and that's why he decided not to work on my cat. Number one..I was nothing but nice to them (well, the last time I came to pick up my cat I was "slightly' aggravated) ,& number 2..what happened to vets who actually loved animals????

Pros: Can't think of a one!

Cons: The entire staff

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I took my kitten to get neutered and de-clawed last week. Both on the phone, at intake, my phone check-in, and pick-up I was handled by front desk staff only (and handled is the proper term). I never even got to speak with the vet who performed the procedures. They were very brusque and not very sensitive to my cat's individual needs. They didn't know who we were when I brought him in at the scheduled time. At pick-up they took my money, handed me some pages and my cat and walked away. No pain medicine, no talk of aftercare, nothing. He had peed all over himself in the carrier (which he has never done, even on 10+ hour car rides) and didn't know what to do with a shredded paper filled box on our return home. Meaning that for almost 24 hours after surgery they didn't give him one to go in! Let me just say, I won't be back. Go to Animal House instead if you are looking for a good vet that cares more about your pets than the money.

I've been to good vets, this is not just an angry response. I asked for the vet himself to call, he didn't. I asked for updates, and when I called I had to re-describe my cat to even get one, they didn't know his name or anything. The experiences I have had at Animal House and the emergency facility in Anderson are a 180 from this one and in fact were on par with the best cat facility in Houston, Tx, which is a level of caring and service I never even expected to find here.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I took my kitten to get neutered and de-clawed last week. Both on the phone, at intake, my phone check-in, and pick-up I was handled by front desk staff only (and handled is the proper term). I never even got to speak with the vet who performed the procedures. They were very brusque and not very sensitive to my cat's individual needs. They didn't know who we were when I brought him in at the scheduled time. At pick-up they took my money, handed me some pages and my cat and walked away. No pain medicine, no talk of aftercare, nothing. He had peed all over himself in the carrier (which he has never done, even on 10+ hour car rides) and didn't know what to do with a shredded paper filled box on our return home. Meaning that for almost 24 hours after surgery they didn't give him one to go in! Let me just say, I won't be back. Go to Animal House instead if you are looking for a good vet that cares more about your pets than the money.

I've been to good vets, this is not just an angry response. I asked for the vet himself to call, he didn't. I asked for updates, and when I called I had to re-describe my cat to even get one, they didn't know his name or anything. The experiences I have had at Animal House and the emergency facility in Anderson are a 180 from this one and in fact were on par with the best cat facility in Houston, Tx, which is a level of caring and service I never even expected to find here.

Pros: They did the job and he didn't die or anything.

Cons: Very poor service, didn't seem to care about my pet.

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Sorry if you've seen this review before, but I know how important my pets are to me.

I took my kitten to get neutered and declawed last week. Both on the phone, at intake, my phone check-in, and pick-up I was handled by front desk staff only (and handled is the proper term). I never even got to speak with the vet who performed the procedures. They were very brusque and not very sensitive to my cat's individual needs. They didn't know who we were when I brought him in at the scheduled time. At pick-up they took my money, handed me some pages and my cat and walked away. No pain meds, no talk of aftercare, nothing. He had peed all over himself in the carrier (which he has never done, even on 10+ hour car rides) and didn't know what to do with a shredded paper filled box on our return home. Meaning that for almost 24 hours after surgery they didn't give him one to go in! Let me just say, I won't be back. Go to Animal House instead if you are looking for a good vet that cares more about your pets than the money.

I've been to good vets, this is not just an angry response. I'm a long time pet owner, currently with 3 cats. I asked for the vet himself to call, he didn't. I asked for updates, and when I called I had to re-describe my cat to even get one, they didn't know his name or mine or anything. The experiences I have had at Animal House and the emergency facility in Anderson are a 180 from this one and in fact were on par with the best cat facility in Houston, Tx, which is a level of caring and service I never even expected to find here.

1
★☆☆☆☆

Sorry if you've seen this review before, but I know how important my pets are to me.

I took my kitten to get neutered and declawed last week. Both on the phone, at intake, my phone check-in, and pick-up I was handled by front desk staff only (and handled is the proper term). I never even got to speak with the vet who performed the procedures. They were very brusque and not very sensitive to my cat's individual needs. They didn't know who we were when I brought him in at the scheduled time. At pick-up they took my money, handed me some pages and my cat and walked away. No pain meds, no talk of aftercare, nothing. He had peed all over himself in the carrier (which he has never done, even on 10+ hour car rides) and didn't know what to do with a shredded paper filled box on our return home. Meaning that for almost 24 hours after surgery they didn't give him one to go in! Let me just say, I won't be back. Go to Animal House instead if you are looking for a good vet that cares more about your pets than the money.

I've been to good vets, this is not just an angry response. I'm a long time pet owner, currently with 3 cats. I asked for the vet himself to call, he didn't. I asked for updates, and when I called I had to re-describe my cat to even get one, they didn't know his name or mine or anything. The experiences I have had at Animal House and the emergency facility in Anderson are a 180 from this one and in fact were on par with the best cat facility in Houston, Tx, which is a level of caring and service I never even expected to find here.

Pros: My kitten survived the procedures with minimal complications.

Cons: Never met the vet, bad level of care, didn't treat my pet even close to how I would.