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Jacksonville veterinarians, Dr. David H Altman, Dr. Craig Corry and Dr. Kate Ianni, as well as our staff, are dedicated to providing compassionate care to each and every patient of our clinic. Remember the days when the local veterinarian made his or her way to homes and farms in order to treat the needs of pets? No matter what time of day or night, animal owners knew they could count on superior service in taking care of their loved pets. While that time may have come and gone, at Animal Hospital of Onslow County, our goal is to treat each of our clients with that same type of personalized service.
Whether our animal patients are in need of Jacksonville emergency vet care or routine care from a Jacksonville veterinarian, we know that pet owners have several Jacksonville animal clinics to choose from. We consider it a privilege and an honor to help each of your animal family members and strive to make the process as stress free as possible. In fact, we make it a point to thank every owner for utilizing our services. Although we do offer routine and urgent care, we also provide emergency vet services during our regular business hours.
When area pets need quality Jacksonville veterinary care, their owners need look no further our Animal Hospital of Onslow County. We offer care to dogs, cats, rabbits, rodents, amphibians, pocket pets, and more. In addition, our Jacksonville emergency vet clinic has a Jacksonville veterinarian and other personnel on staff six days a week to perform lifesaving procedures during our business hours. If an animal needs overnight care, we work closely with a nearby after-hours clinic to provide seamless care. We also offer routine veterinary services, including vaccinations, spay/neuter procedures, examinations, health certificates, and dental care. Our Jacksonville animal hospital also treats all common pet illnesses and diseases, including: Arthritis, Bloat and Gastric Torsion, Canine Distemper, Cancer, Canine Parvovirus, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Feline Distemper, Fleas, Heartworm, Hip Dysplasia, Hookworm, Leptospirosis, Luxating Patella, Mites, Obesity, Parasites, Rabies, Roundworms, Salmonella, Tapeworms, Ticks, and Vertigo.
It is our goal to service the Jacksonville area, including Midway Park, Hubert, and Maysville, with the best veterinary care possible. At Animal Hospital of Onslow County, we also proudly serve the military families and their pets of Camp Lejeune. Dr. Dave Altman and Dr. Craig Corry are both former military themselves, having proudly served in the Army. Dr. Dave Altman was also a Navy Jet Pilot and was raised in a Navy family with a father that was a Carrier Aviator. Dr. Corry, Dr. Altman and our animal hospital staff understand military life and work to provide customized veterinary service for all the pets of Camp Lejeune, Midway Park, Hubert, and Maysville.
We are available for appointments Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. For Jacksonville emergency vet services outside these hours, please call our office for a referral to an after-hours vet. We are located at 296 Doctors Drive, near Western Boulevard. Please give us a call at (910) 353-1722 to schedule an appointment today.
Dr. David H Altman, Dr. Craig Corry and Dr. Kate Ianni
Jacksonville Veterinarians | Animal Hospital of Onslow County
296 Doctors Dr
Jacksonville, NC 28546
Dr. Corry has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets.
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