Cleveland Park East Animal Hospital

Welcome to the Cleveland Park East Animal Hospital family!

The staff and veterinarians in our Simpsonville, South Carolina office are dedicated to the health and well-being of your pet with state-of-the art care in a friendly, warm, and welcoming setting.

We are a full-service facility, providing preventive and emergency care for dogs, cats, large animals, and exotics. We are also proud to offer alternative medicine options to improve your pets’ health.

We are happy to make house calls for pets or pet parents that have difficulty traveling. Our large animal mobile service will also be happy to come to your facility for routine wellness care or emergencies.


We are here for your family when you need it most, with convenient hours. Call or contact us today to schedule an appointment. We look forward to meeting your pet!

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“ Outstanding in customer service from the time you walk in the front door! ”

“ We want to thank Dr. Clark and the staff of the Simpsonville office so much. ”

“ They have been there for me and my fur babies for well over 10 years and I wouldn’t trust anybody else. I LOVE the staff and all the heartfelt love they have for the babies they treat. ”

“ I will continue to give whole-hearted recommendations for Cleveland Park to my reptile keeping friends and acquaintances, whether their animals are conventional pets, or, as in my case, not quite so conventional. ”

“ For over 20 years, Dr. Finley was my vet. I cannot begin to tell you what an amazing and caring staff they have. If there was an Animal Hospital Hall of Fame, this place would be enshrined as the top of the class. ”

“ Today, when my pediatrician’s office remained closed due to ice, Dr. Finley made a house call to help end our pet’s suffering. ”

“ They are committed to continuing education and have a well-trained, educated staff that not only knows the “hows” of veterinary medicine, but the “whys” as well. ”


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