AAA Pet Services has been providing care to Charlotte Metro area pets for more than two decades. The staff, which has won a Super Service Award from the website Angie's List, provides emergency care as well as wellness procedures in the areas of veterinary ophthalmology, dermatology, orthopedics, and cardiology. The practice comprises one veterinary doctor, a graduate of Cornell University’s Animal Science undergraduate program who later received his doctorate from the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Charlotte, NC(704) 522-0677
Animal Medical Hospital is a veterinary clinic that was founded in Charlotte in 1984. The practice is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, a collective of veterinary service providers throughout North America who submit voluntarily to regular compliance inspections. Animal Medical Hospital is open 24/7 for emergency and non-emergent care. The team’s professionals care for dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, and reptiles.
Charlotte, NC(704) 334-4684
Atrium Animal Hospital & Wellness Center is an animal hospital in Charlotte that focuses on providing holistic care to local families’ companion animals. In addition to standard diagnostic and treatment procedures, professionals at the facility can provide acupuncture, herbal treatments and essential oils, food therapy plans, chiropractic care, and cold laser services. The staff at Atrium Animal Hospital & Wellness Center includes certified pet massage providers and animal communication specialists. The practice is American Animal Hospital Association accredited and is a member of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association.
Charlotte, NC(704) 542-2000
Ballantyne Veterinary Clinic treats companion animals from all over the greater Charlotte community. The staff performs veterinary medical procedures as well as grooming and dental services. Dr. Josh Humphrey, who leads the firm and acts as its leading veterinary practitioner, graduated from the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. To provide local pet sitting and boarding, Ballantyne Veterinary Clinic partners with Carolina Critter Sitters, Camp Bark, and Wickersham’s K-9 Ranch.
Charlotte, NC(704) 926-7000
Brookdale Animal Hospital provides Charlotte veterinarian services. Dog and cat owners from throughout the area visit the practice to ensure their pets receive diagnoses, dental care, surgical treatments, pharmaceuticals, and nutritional guidance. Dr. James Pressley DVM, who graduated from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006, has been practicing locally for a decade.
Charlotte, NC(704) 598-1095
Clear Creek Animal Hospital is a Charlotte veterinary hospital. Dr. David Gallagher, a licensed and experienced animal clinician, leads a qualified team of veterinarians and assistants to offer emergency, preventive, and surgical treatment options and long-term wellness plans are available. Pet owners, whether or not they visit the practice in-person, can order veterinary prescriptions from the Clear Creek Animal Hospital’s online store.
Charlotte, NC(704) 537-8405
Commonwealth Animal Hospital, in Charlotte, is a veterinary practice serving pets from throughout the Metrolina area. Three veterinarians and a team of qualified assistants provide vaccinations, laser surgeries, ultrasounds, dentistry, endoscopy, and other veterinary diagnostic and treatment procedures.
Charlotte, NC(704) 370-0767
Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital, in Charlotte, performs veterinary procedures such as allergy testing, artificial insemination, dentistry, microchip implantation, and behavioral consultations. Families from the city and the surrounding areas can bring in their dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets for scheduled preventative procedures as well as urgent and emergency care.
Charlotte, NC(704) 847-4796
Cotswold Animal Hospital opened in Charlotte in 2009, is a veterinary clinic that treats canine and feline patients. Dr. Jason White DVM, who owns the practice, attended the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and is exceptionally qualified in the area of veterinary internal medicine.
Charlotte, NC(704) 365-3787
Crossroads Animal Hospital is a veterinary practice in Dallas, giving medical care to companion animals from all over the Charlotte Metro. Dr. Patreece Lanier, a graduate of the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine, founded the business and serves as its lead veterinarian. Dr. Lanier is a member of the Cornell Feline Health Foundation, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association.
Dallas, NC(704) 922-7607
Davis Mobile Veterinary Service is a Mooresville clinic providing treatment to cats and dogs in the Charlotte Metro region. The veterinary doctors and employees on the staff perform a range of specialized procedures, including cytology, ultrasonography, and equine dental care.
Mooresville, NC(704) 230-8814
Hambright Animal Hospital is an animal hospital in Huntersville that serves Charlotte and other nearby municipalities. Among its services are surgeries, internal medicine, dentistry, and preventative care. Additionally, pet owners can turn to Hambright Animal Hospital for cat and dog boarding, doggy daycare, routine preventative appointments, and euthanasia.
Huntersville, NC(704) 912-5333
Harris Boulevard Veterinary Clinic, in Charlotte, is a provider of veterinary care and pet boarding. Since 1983, the team has treated cats, dogs, reptiles, and pocket pets such as ferrets, guinea pigs, and hamsters. Leading the team are three qualified Doctors of Veterinary Medicine: Scott Loveless, Jeffrey Kline, and Kienan Gold.
Charlotte, NC(704) 596-7387
Long Animal Hospital, based in Charlotte since 1948, provides medical care for cats and dogs. Veterinary professionals can perform diagnoses and-and a bevy of treatments, including vaccinations, dental care, veterinary surgery, and veterinary therapy. Families with terminally ill companion animals can discuss potential options with Long Animal Hospital’s end-of-life specialists. The office has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association since 1968.
Charlotte, NC(704) 523-2996
Matthews Animal Clinic is an animal hospital in Matthews that has, since 1968, been serving nonhuman animal patients from homes all over the greater Charlotte community. The team is American Animal Hospital Association Accredited and is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Matthews Animal Clinic has won the Super Service Award from Angie’s List. Boarding and grooming are available, as well as emergency and urgent care services.
Matthews, NC(704) 847-9856
Sharon Lakes Animal Hospital is a Charlotte Metro clinic that has, for upwards of three decades, treated cats and dogs from the city and the surrounding areas. Preventative and emergency care options are available. The veterinary professionals on staff come from a range of professional backgrounds. Among the team are members who are qualified to provide dental care, surgeries, cold laser therapy, and senior pet care.
Charlotte, NC(704) 552-0647
South End Veterinary Clinic is an animal care practice in Charlotte. Dr. Gene Maples serves as the team’s director. He received his doctorate from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State and practiced real-world veterinary medicine for a dozen years before opening his practice in 2012. Pet owners gush about the high-quality customer service, friendly and calming, provided by the staff.
Charlotte, NC(704) 632-8012
St. Francis Hospital for Animals is a Charlotte clinic offering health care to Charlotte households’ feline and canine family members. It first opened its doors in 1996. The staff can perform vaccines, emergency care, veterinary surgeries, and euthanasia. Animal care professionals are available for house calls. According to the practice’s human visitors, clinic personnel are friendly and knowledgeable.
Charlotte, NC(704) 527-2030
Dr. Kathy Queck at The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic has more than 20 years of experience completing advanced dental procedures on local pets and is a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry. The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic's team of veterinarians and assistants provide pets with dental care, vaccinations, surgical treatments, and therapeutic laser therapies. The clinic is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and the American Animal Hospital Association.
Charlotte, NC(704) 588-9788
Veterinary Specialties at the Lake, located in Sherrills Ford, is an animal hospital caring for Charlotte area families’ cats and dogs. Dr. Jane Barber DVM, MS, DACT owns the firm and serves as its sole veterinary practitioner. She received her veterinary doctorate from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine and has a doctorate in Theriogenology. She is a member of the American College of Theriogenologists, a nationwide organization comprising experts in nonhuman animal reproduction.
Sherrills Ford, NC(828) 478-3500