296 Doctors Dr

Jacksonville, NC 28546 US

(910) 353-1722

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A Veterinary Team Dedicated to Compassionate Service


Jacksonville veterinarian provides care for dogs and puppiesHere at Animal Hospital of Onslow County, we treat each of our animal patients with tender care and compassion. Jacksonville veterinarians, Dr. David H Altman, Dr. Craig Corry and Dr. Clayton McQuiddy, along with our team of skilled animal hospital professionals, know that the main attribute that sets us apart from others in our area is our commitment to quality service and gentle touch. Thus, we strive to make sure each and every pet owner and patient knows how thankful we are for their choosing of our veterinary clinic. We understand that folks may not care how much we know about veterinary medicine until they know how much we care about them and their animal family members.

We know that, for many folks, treatment of their animal family member can be quite a stressful experience. At Animal Hospital of Onslow County, quality treatment and care of our patients is our first priority. We also understand that many veterinary techniques change over time and know just how important continuing education of our staff actually is. We currently have several knowledgeable and experienced staff members here, allowing us to offer internal medicine diagnosis; urine analysis for diseases involving the kidney or liver; dermatology services; treatment for ear problems; and orthopedic surgery. Both Dr. Dave Altman and Dr. Craig Corry are dedicated to veterinary medicine and have the skill and experience to provide advanced care. To put that in much simpler terms, we can handle just about any ailment our animal patients come in our doors with.

About the Veterinary Care We Provide
at Animal Hospital of Onslow County


At Animal Hospital of Onslow County, emergency vet service is our first priority during business hours. For after-hours emergency care or overnight hospitalization needs, we work closely with a nearby facility. Urgent care cases are usually treated next, with regular health appointments third. We do accept walk-in cases, as well. To make the first appointment to our clinic as easy as possible, please fill out the forms located on our website ahead of coming to our clinic.

As a member of the Jacksonville and Camp Lejeune communities, we also offer military appreciation discounts. Dr. Altman and Dr. Corry were both Army veterinarians and understand that the needs of military families and their pets are quite different. Continuous moves to new duty stations and long depVeterinary clinic in Jacksonville cares for cats, dogs and pocket petsloyments can be just as stressful for animals as their owners.

Jacksonville, Camp Lejeune, Midway Park, Hubert, and Maysville residents can easily find our office at 296 Doctors Drive, near Western Boulevard. Our staff is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Emergency vet services are available during our regular business hours, but we do provide referrals for after-hours emergency situations. Please call us immediately at (910) 353-1722 for an appointment or to have a question answered. We believe there are no silly questions, so ask away!

The easiest way for our Jacksonville, Camp Lejeune, Midway Park, Hubert, and Maysville customers to understand our commitment to excellent veterinary service is through our website. Please also take part in our complimentary website membership. It is free and allows owners to learn about animal health risks and ways to help their beloved pet live a healthier life.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Location

Testimonials

  • "Dr. Corry has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets."
    John / Jacksonville, NC

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