Mullins Veterinary Hospital

Mullins Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinarian hospital including a pharmacy, surgery suite with state-of-the-art technology, on-site x-ray capabilities and a supervised recovery area.

In addition to licensed veterinarians, Mullins Veterinary Hospital maintains a staff of highly trained assistants and technicians.

Mullins Veterinary Hospital is a small and large animal vet practice.

Categories: Animal Shelters

7231 Old Nichols Hwy
Mullins , SC  29574 USA


843-464-4644 (Main)

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Pee Dee Academy

Pee Dee Academy was chartered by the state of South Carolina in 1965 and offers the opportunity of a private school education in grades K3-12.  Pee Dee Academy attracts students from not only Marion County but also from Dillon, Florence and Horry counties in South Carolina and several contiguous counties in North Carolina.  PDA is designed to function as a college preparatory school, seeking to provide challenging instruction and a safe, patriotic atmosphere based on Christian principles.  PDA is designated as an eleemosynary corporation with full tax-exempt status.

Categories: Schools

2903 E. Hwy 76
Mullins , SC 29574 USA



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Veteran’s Affairs – Marion County

The Marion County Veterans Affairs Office assists former members of the United States Armed Forces and their families in filing a claim for benefits for which they may be entitled.  These claims include compensation  & pension benefits, VA healthcare enrollment, VA home loans, Life and Mortgage insurance, and burial benefits.  We also network with agencies throughout the community to aid the veteran/widow in obtaining additional assistance.


Categories: Veterans

2523 East Highway 76
Marion , SC  29571 USA


(843) 423-8255 (Main)

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Wildlife Action

Wildlife Action, Inc. is a private, nonprofit, 50l(c)(3) tax-exempt conservation organization with a 509(d)(2) public charity status. WLA was first idealized in 1977 by seven hunters as they sat on the banks of the Great Pee Dee River discussing the diminishing number of ducks in South Carolina. They realized that it was the ethical responsibility of each individual to take care of the environment, wildlife and our natural resources. Since 1983, WLA has grown from this small group of concerned sportsmen into a diverse group of men, women and children who share a mutual concern for the earth and its inhabitants and work together for the common cause. 

One of the most important elements for successful conservation projects is to have strong, well-structured local chapters. WLA’s motto “Local Folks Solving Local Problems” encourages a community to work with its citizens in confronting local issues. The slogan Wildlife Action has adopted is “To Put Back More Than We Take” and it is through chapter efforts that WLA members make their community a better place in which to live.

A Wildlife Action chapter has the potential to make changes within its city and state, changes including wildlife protection, better hunting and fishing regulations, preserving scenic rivers, educating youth in responsible conservation practices, and much more.

If YOU want to make that special difference, if YOU care about this good earth and our future generations, we invite YOU to organize a Wildlife Action chapter. Not only will YOU find it a most gratifying experience, YOU will enjoy many fun-filled activities as a member of a family-oriented group of concerned conservationists.

Categories: Civic & Community GroupsFishing-Hunting-Guns

405 N Main St
Mullins , SC 29574 USA


(843) 464-8473 (Main)

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