Early vaccination against deadly viruses such as canine distemper, parvovirus, feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, and rabies, is key in keeping your pet healthy. We recommend beginning puppies and kittens on a vaccine schedule at 6 weeks of age. Adult pets should be examined and receive booster vaccines yearly. Our practice offers a variety of flea and tick preventatives as well as heartworm prevention. We are happy to discuss and create a care plan that best suits your pet and its lifestyle.
Chester Veterinary Clinic was originally started by Dr. James (Crack) Anderson in the mid 1960’s. Dr. Anderson and his family devoted their lives to the health and well being of animals in Chester and the surrounding counties for over 40 years. His dedication and devotion to the people and animals of the area is remarkable.
After his sudden death in 2007, his family opted to keep the clinic open for business. Dr. Lindy Wang was secured as lead veterinarian and has made her home in Chester, falling in love with Chester, its people and their animals. The practice was sold in 2011 to long-time employee, Russ White and his wife, Gina. They strive to maintain the quality of care people have come to expect.
Dr. Lindy Wang
Dr. Lindy Wang is an avid Sheltie lover. She spends her free time training her pets in agility and obedience classes. Her compassion and dedication to animals and their well-being is beyond compare.
A graduate of the University of Georgia, Dr. Wang worked in various clinics around South Carolina until she came to Chester in January, 2008. She fell in love with the town, the people and their pets. She now calls Chester "home."
Russ has worked in the practice under the guidance of Dr. "Crack" Anderson since age 12. Veterinary care has always been a passion for Russ. He continued to work part-time in the clinic while working at other jobs through the years. When the opportunity to purchase Chester Veterinary Clinic presented itself, he and Gina knew it was a perfect match.
Gina co-owns Chester Veterinary Clinic with her husband Russ. She is currently the Director of Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. She loves all "fur babies," especially her three and has been known to be a "cat whisperer."
Anne has worked in a retail environment for the last eight years. She graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2017 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Retail. She is a fur mom to her baby "Boos" who goes to work with her everyday.
By altering your pet, their life expectancy increases by reducing the chance of developing certain cancers, roaming, and injury.
Just like humans, our pets need dental care. We provide dental cleaning and extractions when necessary.
We offer in-house blood diagnostic testing, x-rays and electrocardiograms. Through these diagnostic tools, we can determine the cause of your pet’s symptoms and determine a course of treatment.
655 Columbia Road
Chester, SC 29706
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Wednesday & Saturday
Closed on Sunday