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Kristina Gilbert, DVM practices at 604 w. main st. Lexington, SC, Lexington, SC 29072.
Animal hospitals offer general and emergency pet care services. Some animal hospitals offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.
To learn more, or to make an appointment with Kristina Gilbert, DVM in Lexington, SC, please call (803) 359-5514 for more information.
Dr Strain took over this clinic that was started by his father. His wife works the front desk, and both are genuinely nice folks. He took his time to explain the various vaccinations and their cost/benefit so WE could decide which should be given to our dog. (I didn't even know that there was a $25 rattlesnake vaccine, which is important for us out in the country.) Great people, great practice....
Watch your wallet. My initial visit with a newly adopted dog cost $165 for exam with vacs, $67 for heartworm injection and $73 for 3 month flea and tick med. They tried to charge additional $50 for exam, and credited when i complained.
The next day i dropped off stool sample and was told i needed 2 dewormer pills for tape and whip worms, $120 ($60/pill).
I then ordered through a reputable...
The Lexington County Commission of Registration and Elections was created in 1973 by an act of the S.C. General Assembly to combine the Commission of Elections and the Registration Board of Lexington County. The primary responsibilities of the commission are to register voters, assign voters to appropriate precincts and conduct elections.
Progressive medicine with a personal touch
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