296 Doctors Dr

Jacksonville, NC 28546 US

(910) 353-1722

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Services Offered by Our Jacksonville Veterinarian

Here at The Animal Hospital of Onslow County in Jacksonville, we offer an array of veterinary services ranging from wellness exams and vaccinations to urgent care and surgical procedures. Our primary goals are to get your pet the help they need when they need it, and to help stave off illnesses through comprehensive veterinary medicine. Once you meet our experienced team of compassionate veterinarian team, you and your pet will never want to go anywhere else! Learn more about our extensive services below.

Services at Animal Hospital of Onslow County

Pet Wellness Exams

The cornerstone of optimal pet health is having at least one wellness examination annually. This gives you the opportunity to discuss with us any changes in lifestyle, diet and behavioral changes you’ve noticed. Our Jacksonville vet will thoroughly examine your pet’s skin, coat, muscles, joints, eyes, ears, mouth and nasal cavities to look for any issues. We may also do tests for heartworms and other diseases not readily apparent.

Pet Vaccinations

We offer both core and non-core vaccinations as well as annual boosters for essential vaccines like rabies. If you board your pet or have regular grooming services, we’ll recommend a few vaccinations to ensure they can avoid highly contagious illnesses such as kennel cough and distemper.

Urgent Pet Care

Our state-of-the-art facilities allow us to offer urgent care services for emergencies. We utilize Eco-friendly digital x-rays and an in-house laboratory, so we can quickly identify how to help your pet get through a crisis.

Surgical Services and Anesthesia

Here at The Animal Hospital of Onslow County in Jacksonville, we offer fully monitored anesthesia practices to ensure your pet’s pain is under control during surgical procedures. We offer minor surgeries such as spaying and neutering as well as more intensive surgeries for pets. Our animal hospital takes great measures to ensure a safe and sterile environment in our operating rooms.

Veterinary Dental Procedures

Pet oral health is vital to their overall wellness, and that’s why we offer comprehensive dental x-rays and cleanings. We’ll mildly sedate your pet and remove any tartar and plaque before polishing their teeth and administered a fluoride treatment. Your pet will come out smiling brightly!

Pet Grooming Services

If your furry friend needs a good bath, a nail trimming, and a fresh haircut, we’re pleased to offer pet grooming services in Jacksonville. Our team can help you eradicate fleas and ticks with medicated baths, too.

Make a Vet Appointment for Your Pet Today

If you are in need of veterinarian services in Jacksonville or Onslow County, you’ll love our team here at the Animal Hospital of Onslow County. Our caring veterinary staff is compassionate and dedicated wholly to pet health. Call us at (910) 353-1722 or come by our office at 296 Doctors Drive in Jacksonville to schedule an appointment today.

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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