At Chatham Animal Hospital in Cary, NC, we provide quality veterinary care to the pets of our community, and we strive to educate pet owners about the benefits of quality veterinary care. Taking your pet to the veterinarian on a regular basis can help your pet maintain a good quality of life and can extend your pet's life expectancy.
We offer the following services to pets:
Pet Dental Care - Without regular dental cleanings, dogs and cats are prone to excessive bacterial overgrowth and tartar accumulation resulting in bad breath as well as discomfort from infection and tooth loss secondary to gingival and periodontal disease. Bringing your pet in to the Cary veterinarians at Chatham Animal Hospital can help ensure that your pet's teeth are properly cleaned and cared for. In addition to improving your pet's comfort and oral hygiene, getting your pet's teeth regularly cleaned by the veterinarians at Chatham Animal Hospital in Cary will give your pet better breath making all those kisses a much more pleasant experience.
Vaccinations - Vaccinations can help your pet avoid common illnesses and diseases. In fact, vaccinations are even important for general public health and safety. Your Cary veterinarian at Chatham Animal Hospital will help you keep track of your pet's vaccination schedule, so your pet will get all vaccinations and boosters when it's time. This takes the pressure off of you, the pet owner, so that you can focus on spending quality time with your pet.
Wellness Exams - Wellness exams are important for pet care and prevention. Whether your pet is very young, middle aged or very old, your pet will benefit from our wellness exams. We'll check your pet for illness and examine parts like your pet's coat, eyes, mouth, teeth, ears, heart, stool, blood and more.
X-Rays - Our x-ray and diagnostic services help us determine when your pet is injured or ill. Whether your pet is having a medical emergency or simply not feeling well, you can rest assured we'll use all the latest technologies to make a diagnosis and find the source of your pet's problem.
Surgery - Our Veterinarians have extensive surgical experience with expertise in many different surgical areas!
Emergency Services - Our emergency services include diagnosis and surgical treatment, depending on what your pet requires. Whether your pet has ingested a toxin or has been injured in an encounter with an automobile, we're here to help.
Boarding - We help pet owners by providing reliable boarding services. We take care of pets and provide them with comfortable accommodations while their owners are away on vacation or business.
For pet veterinary needs in Cary, contact Chatham Animal Hospital today. We'll be happy to help you get your pet the quality care he or she deserves. For more information, or to make an appointment give us a call today at (919) 469-8114.
Cary Veterinarians | Chatham Animal Hospital | (919) 469-8114
105 Oceana Pl
Cary, NC 27513
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