SOURCE: Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital

September 21, 2011 07:00 ET

Veterinarian in Lexington Announces New Website for Pet Owners

LEXINGTON, SC--(Marketwire - Sep 21, 2011) - Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital has launched a brand new website aimed at educating the public. Suffolk area pet owners can learn important pet care information, find out services provided by the animal hospital, enjoy interactive features, take a virtual tour of the clinic, find grief support after losing a beloved pet, and more. There are articles on veterinary care, pet wellness, and preventative services. A free website membership also enables website visitors to receive a regular newsletter on animal health via email. This new website is available for viewing at

The Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital website,, allows Suffolk area pet owners easy access to advice on pet health, symptoms of common animal ailments, useful tips on dog and cat care, and other animal related information. Additionally, the website has a host of interactive tools and resources for pet owners to use to learn more about pet care and preventative treatments. Some of the website features include website membership, a virtual tour of the office, and a regularly updated blog.

By adding these new features, the clinic hopes to educate area pet owners. Veterinarian Dr. Ginger Macauly stated, "We have worked diligently to redesign our website to include a lot of information for pet owners. Our website is an additional avenue for pet owners to learn more about pet health care, as it has a lot tools, resources, and articles on pet health."

The website also has many interactive features for pet owners, all available through complimentary website membership. Through this unique feature, members can view interactive videos, play games, take animal information quizzes, and more. Site members also receive a regular newsletter focused on pet wellness sent to their email.

Through the new website, visitors can find out more about the staff, take a virtual tour of the clinic, reorder pet medications, and download important forms needed during vet hospital visits. A routinely updated veterinary blog allows users to post questions to be addressed in future postings.

This commitment to educating the general public in pet health is nothing new. Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital's dedication to community involvement includes supporting the Carolina Ballet, Lexington Arts Association, and Ducks Unlimited. In addition, the clinic has even purchased a bullet proof vest for a police dog.

The animal hospital website also discusses the services Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital provides, including vaccinations, spay and neuter procedures, and various non-emergency animal surgery operations. Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital offers experienced veterinary staff and technology for Suffolk and West Columbia area pets, such as on-site ultrasounds, x-rays, and laser therapy. They also offer weekly puppy training classes, boarding, and pet dentistry procedures.

Those interested in further information about the animal hospital can contact Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital directly by visiting their website,

Contact Information

  • Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital
    Lexington, SC