Welcome to Bonnie Brae
Bonnie Brae Veterinary Hospital has been serving the Columbus community and surrounding areas since April 1991. The name Bonnie Brae is in honor of the area's beauty and culture, meaning "Beautiful Hillside" in the Old Scottish language. Located in the beautiful Western North Carolina foothills and just minutes from Upstate South Carolina, Bonnie Brae Veterinary Hospital is proud to provide a compassionate healing environment while embracing the highest standards for integrative medicine to the companion animals in Columbus, Tryon, Saluda, Green Creek, Mill Spring and other areas of Polk County, North Carolina and Landrum and Campobello and upstate South Carolina in Spartanburg County and Greenville County.
Bonnie Brae Veterinary Hospital is a certified Cat Friendly Practice (AAFP) from the American Association of Feline Practitioners with separate entrance and exam rooms for cats. Our staff has gone through specialized training in both Fear Free initiatives and Feline Friendly protocols in an effort to better serve you and your
Our goal is to earn the trust of the caregivers who bring their companions to us. We offer a professional and caring environment with the expertise of our veterinarians, nurses
We provide a compassionate healing environment while embracing the highest standards for integrative medicine. Bonnie Brae Veterinary Hospital offers veterinary care, pet dentistry, surgery, diagnostic testing, digital X-ray and pain management as well as pet acupuncture, pet chiropractic services and Chinese herbal medicine. Beyond cats & dogs, we welcome exotic pets, small mammals
Bonnie Brae Veterinary Hospital is appreciative and aware of our vibrant community and enjoys contributing to many of the events and organizations to get to know our neighbors. We look forward to meeting you soon!
To provide a compassionate healing environment while embracing the highest standards for integrative medicine.
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I have been going to Bonnie Brae since 2000. Over the years I had six dogs. The staff is compassionate about their jobs and how they treat our animals. I adore Ian and he is great with my pets. I recommend Bonnie Brae very highly,
Amazing vet!! Best place I have ever taken my animals by far. Do not go anywhere else I can promise you that.
Our Veterinary Services
Here at Bonnie Brae Veterinary Hospital, we strive to give the animals of western North Carolina and upstate South Carolina, the best service possible to ensure they leave happy and healthy after every visit. Our professional veterinary team combined with our top-of-the-line equipment allow us to help your pet in the safest and most effective ways possible. To view all our services, click here.
News & Promotions
April 30th, 2019
Remembering your pet’s medications and heartworm preventatives are vital to maintaining the health, and well-being, of your pet. Monthly heartworm prevention (or those administered by a veterinarian every 6 months) must be given on schedule to maintain their effectiveness. Here are some tips and tools to remind you when to administer your pet’s heartworm prevention medication....
January 25, 2019
Did you know that dogs and cats experience the same dental problems as people? Pets can get plaque and tartar buildup that can lead to gingivitis and dental disease. Dental disease is THE most common disease in dogs. Recent studies show that 85% of cats and 92% of dogs over age 3 have periodontal disease. Don't let your pet be a statistic- schedule their dental cleaning appointment today!...
October 26, 2018
Regular veterinary exams are important for all pets to live long, healthy & happy lives! Our veterinarians recommend all pets, even indoor cats and pets that appear healthy, have an annual exam each year (twice a year for senior pets) to help us help you identify problems before they become serious.
We realize coming to the veterinarian can be stressful on your pets (and you). Here are tips to help make your next visit easier on you and your pet....
September 1, 2018
World Rabies Day is Sept. 28 - created to raise awareness of public health impact of the rabies virus & importance of vaccination.