Animal Ark provides animal health services in Clemmons and has over 20 years of experience in the field. The hospital features a full surgical facility, in-house laboratory services, digital X-ray machines, and a color flow doppler ultrasound and treats dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, small mammals, and some wildlife. Services include routine care, dentistry, surgery, and stem cell therapy, and the owner works with a number of animal organizations such as the Forsyth Humane Society.
Clemmons, NC(336) 778-2738
Animal Care Clinic of Rural Hall handles veterinary services in the Rural Hall area and has almost 60 years of combined experience. The husband-wife team provides dental care, vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventions, K-Laser therapy, and nutrition and supplements, and both doctors graduated from the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. The clinic is BBB-accredited and a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board.
Rural Hall, NC(336) 969-2345
The Animal Hospital of East Davie has been an Advance veterinary clinic since 2004. The practice boasts having over 5,000 clients and 22 employees with everything from wellness care for puppies and kittens to senior care and laser surgery. Pets also benefit from IDEXX lab equipment for fast test results, digital radiography, ultrasound, an on-site pharmacy, dental care, and an ICU. Pet owners can also use an online pet portal and pet store, and the clinic is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Advance, NC(336) 940-3442
Ard-Vista Animal Hospital brings almost 30 years of veterinary experience to the Winston-Salem community. The team focuses on owner education, good nutrition, and exercise and is known for top-quality care and compassion for dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets. Emergency services are available when the center is open, and Ard-Vista also handles adoptions. The husband-wife team of owners graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 765-3070
Boyce-Holland Veterinary Service has been a veterinary clinic in Stuart for almost 35 years. The center provides care for dogs, cats, and wildlife including surgery, routine tests, vaccinations, and spay/neuter. The veterinarian served several years in the US Army as well as the IRR and is co-founder of the Virginia Academy of Small Animal Medicine. The clinic is open for one hour on Sundays and holidays and is an AAHA-accredited hospital.
Stuart, VA(276) 694-3564
Clemmons Veterinary Clinic brings almost 30 years of veterinary experience to the Clemmons area. The practice has a reputation for a relaxed environment, professional care, and affordable prices with services covering wellness exams, routine treatments, digital x-rays, ultrasound, dentistry, K-Laser therapy, reproductive services, and surgical procedures. Emergency care is also available, and both doctors graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Clemmons, NC(336) 766-8511
Companion Animal Veterinary Services, Inc. has been providing mobile animal care to Winston-Salem pet owners for 20 years. Pets are cared for in the comfort and convenience of their own home with services such as state-of-the-art diagnostics, behavioral counseling, dentistry, microchipping, pain management, vaccinations, surgery, and referrals. After-hours emergency care and boarding are also available, and the doctor has a focus in internal medicine and soft-tissue surgery.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 784-1122
Emerywood Veterinary Hospital PA has been a High Point animal clinic since 1980. Pet owners appreciate one-on-one care with the doctor and full veterinarian services including from top names for laser therapy, prescription foods, and heartworm and flea prevention. Surgery, vaccinations, radiology, weight control, preventative medicine, grooming, and boarding are also available, and the doctor is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association as well as the North Carolina Companion Animal Academy.
High Point, NC(336) 885-7575
Happy Tails Veterinary Emergency Clinic has been a Greensboro animal care center since 2008. The state-of-the-art emergency clinic is known for top-quality and compassionate care and is open every night of the year as well as 24 hours on weekends and holidays. The owner received her DVM from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and the clinic is an AAHA-accredited hospital.
Greensboro, NC(336) 288-2688
Hickory Tree Veterinary Hospital is a Winston-Salem veterinary clinic. The group is known for long-term patient relationships, compassionate care, and continuous education for staff, and services include general wellness, dental care, Vet-Stem Regenerative stem cells, vaccinations, grooming, boarding, puppy training, and daycare. The doctors' special interests at the clinic include small animal surgery, behavior training, ophthalmology, surgery, and internal medicine as well.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 775-2303
Hillsdale Animal Hospital has been a veterinary clinic in Advance since 2000. Pet owners have access to emergency care, pet wellness plans, dentistry with and without anesthesia, and surgery. Boarding is also available as well as grooming services with a graduate of the Nanhal Grooming School in Greensboro, and the founding doctor received her DVM from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
Advance, NC(336) 998-8750
Jamestown Veterinary Hospital has been an animal healthcare center in Jamestown since 1983. Services include offiice visits and preventative healthcare, wellness exams, dentistry, prescription food sales, exotic care, lab work, baths and grooming, and boarding for dogs, cats and exotic animals. The owner graduated from the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama and was the first female Veterinarian to own a veterinary hospital in Guilford County.
Jamestown, NC(336) 454-3171
Oldtown Veterinary Hospital has been serving Winston-Salem pet owners with animal healthcare since 1966. The center boasts having preferred status with many external service vendors and technology providers due to its long history and offers preventative care, advanced diagnostics, laser and traditional surgery, rehabilitation, treatment, injury care, boarding, and grooming. Oldtown has been an AAHA-accredited hospital since 1969, received Angie's List Super Service Award in 2015, and is a BBB Accredited Business.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 924-4176
Reynolda Veterinary Hospital is a Winston-Salem veterinary clinic. Services include bathing, behavioral medicine, daycare, vaccinations, surgery, dentistry, wellness exams, and care for birds, reptiles, and rabbits as well. The center promotes responsible pet ownership, preventative healthcare, and educational opportunities for pet owners, and the doctor is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Pet owners can also pick up prescription medication and nutritional products at the clinic's drive-thru.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 725-9111
River Ridge Veterinary Hospital brings over 15 years of animal health experience to Clemmons pet owners. The clinic features a pharmacy, surgery suite, x-rays, hospitalization area, and indoor boarding kennels with outdoor walks, and pets can receive everything from dentistry to behavioral counseling. The doctor is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and has a focus on canine and feline endocrinology and complicated internal medicine.
Clemmons, NC(336) 712-3413
Sedgefield Animal Hospital and Dental Center brings over 40 years of veterinary experience to Greensboro. The group focuses on proactive care and early disease detection as well as advanced dentistry, including orthodontics, fracture repair, and periodontal therapy. The owner has written for and been featured in DVM Newsmagazine, has been heavily involved in Veterinary Practice Management, and teaches dentistry at North Carolina School of Veterinary Medicine.
Greensboro, NC(336) 294-1944
Southside Animal Hospital has been serving Winston-Salem pet owners with animal care since 1989. The full-service center offers routine pet care, diagnostics, surgery, and treatments for dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, birds, reptiles, and pocket pets. Orthopedic care, DNA sexing of birds, daycare, boarding, and bathing are also available, and the center deals with wildlife rehabilitation, local adoptions, and rescue programs as well.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 784-0808
Village Way Veterinary has been an Advance veterinary clinic since 1987. Doctors at the center offer emergency and urgent care, preventative medicine, dermatology, internal medicine, surgery, x-ray, ultrasound, and allergy testing and grooming and boarding services are also available. The clinic can treat dogs and cats as well as rabbits, ferrets, and small pocket pets, and owners can download new patient forms online to fill out before their first visit.
Advance, NC(336) 998-0262
Winston Veterinary Hospital is a Winston-Salem veterinary clinic with decades of caring for animals' health. Owners bring their pets in for preventative medicine, the newest techniques and treatments, orthopedic surgery, other surgery, internal medicine, ear cropping and tail docking, dentistry, and nutritional and behavioral counseling. Winston also refers patients to specialists when necessary, and grooming and boarding are available as well. Most staff have been at the clinic for 10 years plus.
Winston Salem, NC(336) 767-2193