We are closely monitoring the situation and have evaluated current protocols within our hospital. We are currently open for regular business hours and will continue to see patients for both wellness and sick visits.
At Falls Village Veterinary Hospital, we know you’ve got a lot on your plate making sure your family stays happy and healthy. We’d like to take some of that burden off your shoulders. When you choose to work with us, you’ll get more than just an animal doctor. You’ll get a lifelong partner who will be there for you, delivering all of the services your pet needs to enjoy a long, fulfilling life. Whether it’s a routine checkup or emergency medical care, you can count on us.
The foundation of our services is wellness and prevention, because we believe this is the most important part of a pet health care plan. Rather than treat illness once it’s occurred, we strive to stay a step ahead of medical concerns. This can vastly improve the quality and length of your companion’s life. Of course, should any other need arise over the years, we are well-equipped and prepared to assist. From internal medicine and advanced diagnostics to surgical and critical care, you’ll find everything you need in one convenient location.
To round out our comprehensive medical services, we also offer a number of alternative and general pet care options. Our patients can take advantage of speedier recovery times and enhanced pain relief through our laser therapy treatments. Likewise, our boarding, grooming and dog training services can make managing your pet’s other needs easier and more efficient.
For a full list of available services, please see below or call us today at 919-847-0141 to learn more.
Annual visits give the entire team at Falls Village Veterinary Hospital the chance to truly get to know you and your animal companion. Developing a relationship with you and forging a bond with your pet is an integral part of the care we provide. This allows us to partner with you in managing your loved one’s health, and also makes visiting the vet a more positive experience. The more we understand your companion’s needs, the more precisely and effectively we can develop a veterinary health care plan.