Women in Business 2021 - Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach

Doctors sitting, from left: Dolly Anderson and Amber Leavis; Doctors standing, from left: Lori Boland, Vivian Ghiorzi, Amanda Thomas.

The Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach is a small animal veterinary hospital that was started in 2014. The company provides medical and surgical services to the Grand Strand community. These include full-service examinations and diagnostics such as digital radiography, ultrasound, bloodwork, urinalysis, and fecal testing.   

The Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach also provides vaccinations along with full surgical services, pet boarding, and self-serve bathing stations. They really have just about everything you could need for your pet’s health!

Alexi Grant, Practice Manager, believes that “until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” 

She is inspired daily by being a part of an organization and community that truly cares about animals. 

To Grant and her team, what sets the Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach apart from other clinics is their dedication to client service and high  level of patient care.

With a brand-new facility that has added two new doctors and six new veterinary technicians, along with being able to keep their current staff on board throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s clear to see that the Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach is a top choice among those with pets on the Grand Strand.

In addition to providing care to local pets, the Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach also gives back to the community in other ways. Currently, the Grand Strand Humane Society is moving locations, and the Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach has opened their doors to house adoptable pets while they do so. The Veterinary Clinic also offers low cost spay and neuter surgeries to local Humane societies and other local volunteer groups.

For women just starting out, Grant says, “No woman ever made it to the top of the mountain by falling from the sky. Work hard, gut it out, and never give up.” 

The company’s goals are to continue educating the local community on animal healthcare related issues, continuing to grow with the needs of Myrtle Beach and working to take the best care of their employees and clients.

Veterinary Clinic of Myrtle Beach 
708 21st Avenue N. 
(843) 444-1234