Palmetto Pet Hospital

★★★☆☆
From playful puppies, to cute kittens, to those finicky felines, we gladly welcome all of your canine and feline companions to our animal hospital in Fort Mill. Palmetto Pet Hospital is a full-service pet hospital that provides veterinary care to dogs and cats of Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Lake Wylie, and surrounding areas. We understand the special role your pet plays in your family, and we're dedicated to becoming your partner in their health care.
  • 3354 Highway 160 West

    Fort Mill, SC 29708

    Map & Directions
  • 803-547-8191

About Palmetto Pet Hospital

Hours
Mon-Fri 7:30am-6pm

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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This is a nice place. I have been taking my dogs to Dr. Martin since she opened. Staff is friendly, place is clean and the doctors' concern for my pet's health is genuine. Plus I rarely wait past my appointment time! My dogs have learned over the years where the treats are! I attended their open house and got to see the whole hospital and an ultrasound demonstration. The entire place is as clean as the waiting room!

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This is a nice place. I have been taking my dogs to Dr. Martin since she opened. Staff is friendly, place is clean and the doctors' concern for my pet's health is genuine. Plus I rarely wait past my appointment time! My dogs have learned over the years where the treats are! I attended their open house and got to see the whole hospital and an ultrasound demonstration. The entire place is as clean as the waiting room!

Pros: helpful and nice

Cons: none

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I have been going to the Palmetto Pet hospital for three years for the care of my two cats and I have had nothing but positive things to say. Both vets have a genuine love for animals as does the staff. The vet techs always know my cats by name and always look excited to see us. One of my cats was recently treated for an eye issue and the staff was wonderful. :)

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I have been going to the Palmetto Pet hospital for three years for the care of my two cats and I have had nothing but positive things to say. Both vets have a genuine love for animals as does the staff. The vet techs always know my cats by name and always look excited to see us. One of my cats was recently treated for an eye issue and the staff was wonderful. :)

Pros: Love animals

Cons: None

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Years ago I thought my dog, Chase, would have to be put to sleep. He couldn't walk and would lay moaning in pain. A previous vet ran tests and found Chase had a thyroid problem. The medicine worked and within months I had my old dog back, energetic and running around like a puppy. It didn't take a degree to figure out it worked. However, when Chase started going to Palmetto Pet Hospital, Dr. Dawn Martin insisted he had been misdiagnosed. I explained to her the amazing turnaround, but she insisted she knew better than me and better than the previous vet who made Chase healthy. She took Chase off the medicine so she could run her own tests and then had the audacity to call me and say "boy, you must have a degree in veterinary medicine because believe it or not Chase has a thyroid issue." I was clearly frustrated by that call, but more frustrated that she wanted him brought back to be tested the following month, and the month after that, and the month after that. She made me pay for multiple appointments and wanted more future appointments just to get back to where we were before we went to her in the first place. Despite arguing with her each step of the way, she insisted she was right, I was wrong, and the previous vet had gotten lucky. She actually said they got lucky. They apparently pulled an illness as obscure as hypo-thyroidism for dogs out of thin air and luckily nailed it right on the head. Dr. Martin has a lack of common sense and an inability to listen to her customers. I wish I had stopped going there sooner, but I kept hoping she would be satisfied at the next appointment. Instead she kept requesting additional appointments. I finally had enough. Dr. Martin and Palmetto abuse their position as an animal healthcare specialist to milk pet owners out of charges for unnecessary and repetitious appointments.

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Years ago I thought my dog, Chase, would have to be put to sleep. He couldn't walk and would lay moaning in pain. A previous vet ran tests and found Chase had a thyroid problem. The medicine worked and within months I had my old dog back, energetic and running around like a puppy. It didn't take a degree to figure out it worked. However, when Chase started going to Palmetto Pet Hospital, Dr. Dawn Martin insisted he had been misdiagnosed. I explained to her the amazing turnaround, but she insisted she knew better than me and better than the previous vet who made Chase healthy. She took Chase off the medicine so she could run her own tests and then had the audacity to call me and say "boy, you must have a degree in veterinary medicine because believe it or not Chase has a thyroid issue." I was clearly frustrated by that call, but more frustrated that she wanted him brought back to be tested the following month, and the month after that, and the month after that. She made me pay for multiple appointments and wanted more future appointments just to get back to where we were before we went to her in the first place. Despite arguing with her each step of the way, she insisted she was right, I was wrong, and the previous vet had gotten lucky. She actually said they got lucky. They apparently pulled an illness as obscure as hypo-thyroidism for dogs out of thin air and luckily nailed it right on the head. Dr. Martin has a lack of common sense and an inability to listen to her customers. I wish I had stopped going there sooner, but I kept hoping she would be satisfied at the next appointment. Instead she kept requesting additional appointments. I finally had enough. Dr. Martin and Palmetto abuse their position as an animal healthcare specialist to milk pet owners out of charges for unnecessary and repetitious appointments.

Pros: Nothing

Cons: Rip off, vet does not know how to hear over the sound of her own voice

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Years ago I thought my dog, Chase, would have to be put to sleep. He couldn't walk and would lay moaning in pain. A previous vet ran tests and found Chase had a thyroid problem. The medicine worked and within months I had my old dog back, energetic and running around like a puppy. It didn't take a degree to figure out it worked. However, when Chase started going to Palmetto Pet Hospital, Dr. Dawn Martin insisted he had been misdiagnosed. I explained to her the amazing turnaround, but she insisted she knew better than me and better than the previous vet who made Chase healthy. She took Chase off the medicine so she could run her own tests and then had the audacity to call me and say "boy, you must have a degree in veterinary medicine because believe it or not Chase has a thyroid issue." I was clearly frustrated by that call, but more frustrated that she wanted him brought back to be tested the following month, and the month after that, and the month after that. She made me pay for multiple appointments and wanted more future appointments just to get back to where we were before we went to her in the first place. Despite arguing with her each step of the way, she insisted she was right, I was wrong, and the previous vet had gotten lucky. She actually said they got lucky. They apparently pulled an illness as obscure as hypo-thyroidism for dogs out of thin air and luckily nailed it right on the head. Dr. Martin has a lack of common sense and an inability to listen to her customers. I wish I had stopped going there sooner, but I kept hoping she would be satisfied at the next appointment. Instead she kept requesting additional appointments. I finally had enough. Dr. Martin and Palmetto abuse their position as an animal healthcare specialist to milk pet owners out of charges for unnecessary and repetitious appointments.

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★☆☆☆☆

Years ago I thought my dog, Chase, would have to be put to sleep. He couldn't walk and would lay moaning in pain. A previous vet ran tests and found Chase had a thyroid problem. The medicine worked and within months I had my old dog back, energetic and running around like a puppy. It didn't take a degree to figure out it worked. However, when Chase started going to Palmetto Pet Hospital, Dr. Dawn Martin insisted he had been misdiagnosed. I explained to her the amazing turnaround, but she insisted she knew better than me and better than the previous vet who made Chase healthy. She took Chase off the medicine so she could run her own tests and then had the audacity to call me and say "boy, you must have a degree in veterinary medicine because believe it or not Chase has a thyroid issue." I was clearly frustrated by that call, but more frustrated that she wanted him brought back to be tested the following month, and the month after that, and the month after that. She made me pay for multiple appointments and wanted more future appointments just to get back to where we were before we went to her in the first place. Despite arguing with her each step of the way, she insisted she was right, I was wrong, and the previous vet had gotten lucky. She actually said they got lucky. They apparently pulled an illness as obscure as hypo-thyroidism for dogs out of thin air and luckily nailed it right on the head. Dr. Martin has a lack of common sense and an inability to listen to her customers. I wish I had stopped going there sooner, but I kept hoping she would be satisfied at the next appointment. Instead she kept requesting additional appointments. I finally had enough. Dr. Martin and Palmetto abuse their position as an animal healthcare specialist to milk pet owners out of charges for unnecessary and repetitious appointments.

Pros: nothing

Cons: Rip off, does not know how to hear over the sound of her own voice

 

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