Veterinarian Charlotte NC Animal Hospital

The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic offers full Veterinary services to the Charlotte, NC area. Our mission is to provide your pets with the finest medical care available. We are pleased you have chosen us as your veterinarian and look forward to exceeding your expectations.
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Our Services

  • Examinations – Sick and Well
  • Vaccinations
  • Complete Medical Work-ups
  • Whole Body Digital X-Rays
  • Digital Dental X-Rays
  • Routine and Advanced Dental Care
  • Advanced Surgery - Accuvet® Laser
  • Sevoflurane® Anesthesia
  • Hospitalization of Critical Animals
  • Behavioral conditioning plans
  • Overnight and Day boarding
  • Bathing & Grooming
  • On-Site Laboratory

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Dogs in hot cars can die. Most people know that. What many don’t seem to realize is that cars don’t only get hot on hot days or how fast it happens. A comfortable 75° degree day with a breeze will still result in a dangerously hot car interior within minutes. Not hours. Minutes. There is no overstating the importance of educating people about the danger of leaving dogs in the car for even a few minutes when the weather is warm. There are no firm statistics on how many die each year because it’s very likely that most go unreported. It wouldn’t be unrealistic to guess that the number is in the thousands nationwide. Often, the people who left a dog in a car probably gave it some thought and felt that it would be fine. Maybe they cracked the windows. Maybe they thought they’d only be two minutes picking up their prescription, but instead they ended up waiting for a mix-up to be corrected in the store or got distracted when they bumped into someone they knew inside. When it comes to humans, 54% of deaths of children in hot cars are because the caregiver said they “forgot” the child […] Read more
Heat Stroke – What You Need to Know I met Max, a happy English bulldog, when I was in vet school at Penn.  Like many dogs of his breed, he had a little extra “insulation” due to a fondness for treats and big brown eyes that were hard to say no to.  Max was a typical couch potato dog who was happiest when he was sitting with his owner, watching the world go by from inside his home.  One warm afternoon, as the temperature in Philadelphia neared 90 degrees, Max’s owner decided to take him for a walk to the farmer’s market.  As the temperature climbed, what had seemed like a harmless and happy outing turned into a life-threatening emergency for Max. Max quickly began to show signs of heat exhaustion.  His gums became bright red, his breathing became loud and raspy, and he had a hard time keeping up with his owner.  Soon, he was unable to stand at all.  He became extremely lethargic and started to vomit.  When he arrived at the veterinary hospital with his owner, Max was nearly unresponsive and his temperature had spiked to an astounding 107 degrees.  He was hospitalized for heat stroke and […] Read more
Allergies affect dogs and cats too! Itchy skin, gunky ears, and what is that smell?! Allergies and sensitivities are common problems for pets, often resulting in very itchy skin, inflamed ears, and yeast overgrowth or bacterial infections. These are unpleasant to deal with for both pet and owner. The good news is that your vet can help you to treat and manage the problems! That means a happier, healthier four-legged family member! The most common allergens for dogs and cats are either environmental or food-related. The symptoms can sometimes look the same. For that reason, it’s important to consider when the symptoms started when determining the cause.   The Causes 1. Environmental allergens include pollen, grasses, mold, fleas or mites. Sometimes even the cleaning products or fragrances in your home can be causes. Some of these are seasonal, of course, so work with your vet on a plan to manage the symptoms while they last each year. Spring and autumn are especially tough times for pets with allergies to grasses and other outdoor triggers. Some regions of the U.S. are worse for this than others. Being in Charlotte, NC certainly puts us in a prime location for this annual trigger. […] Read more


  • We have been a loyal patient for over 10 years. Just like humans, dogs need dental care. Dr. Queck is very experienced...

  • Our experience with The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic P.A. was great from beginning to end...

  • Dr Chambers and his team are true professionals from the facility itself to the care and love they displayed for my dog. As soon as I walked through the door I was greeted with smiles...

  • My cat, Sofia, has a medical condition that requires her to have all of her teeth removed surgically. I found the Carolinas Animal Hospital and Dental Clinic after my vet recommended that I check it out. The clinic is great...

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