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"Your full service animal veterinarian in Conway and Loris, SC."
Meadowlawn Animal Services is a full-service animal hospital located in Conway, SC and Loris, SC. We are fully prepared to see pets during normal business hours. We have a highly qualified and well-trained team to provide excellent quality care and treatment for your furry friends. Going beyond first rate healthcare, we take every possible measure to make you and your pet comfortable with a calm and welcoming environment. In the home-like ambiance of the waiting room, which includes a coffee and cookie bar, your pet can also relax and look forward to meeting their Conway or Loris veterinarian.
Dr. Gwynn Hardee, Dr. Ashley Carey, Dr. Melissa Dean, and Dr. Ronald Martin are licensed veterinarians who treat and perform numerous animal services in Loris, Myrtle Beach, Conway, or the surrounding area in SC. We provide a number of animal services that allow us to take care of your pet in order to prolong their lifespan and your time with them.
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|Dr. Gwynn Hardee, DVM||MeadowlawnAnimal Services|
|Dr. Ashley Carey, DVM||Conway:|
|Dr. Melissa Dean, DVM||2350 Hwy 501 E Conway, SC 29526|
|Dr. Ronald Martin, DVM||or|
|715 Hwy 701 S Loris, SC 29569|
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Thank you to the Doctors and staff for taking such loving care of my sweet Sophie for the past 12 years. With all of the problems she's had over the years, she still lived to be 14 with your help! She lost her fight for life yesterday and you were right there with her showing love. You were also there for Archie for 11 years before we lost him a year ago last October! I am grateful for all of you for what you do! Thank you!
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