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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Microchipping dogs and cats is a quick, simple measure that can be the difference between “lost” and “home” for your pet. We recommend microchipping to all pet-owners as a basic precaution because, let’s face it, accidents happen. Pets slip out of their collars, they get spooked by loud noises and run off in fear (especially on the 4th of July), they slip out of your door or gate, or dig under the fence and go on an adventure. Microchips can’t keep them from getting lost, but they can help whoever finds your dog or cat to then get help finding YOU. What are microchips? Microchipping dogs and cats is great because it’s an electronic chip, kind of a tiny transponder, that bears a unique identification number. If your dog or cat is found, a vet or animal shelter will have a scanner to check to see if they have a microchip. If they do, the scanner will display the ID number of the chip. That number will be registered to you, the pet’s owner. A vet or animal shelter can then get your contact information from the microchip manufacturer so they can call to let you know your pet has […] Read more
Heartworm treatment and prevention is about saving lives. Heartworm disease is something that needs to be taken very seriously for our dogs and cats. It’s easy to prevent, easy to diagnose, but not always easy to treat. Heartworm treatment in dogs and cats Dogs are more likely to have heartworms than cats are. Cats are naturally more resistant to infestation, but it can still happen. It’s critical to know that even though a cat is less likely to have heartworm disease, that if they do get it, they cannot be treated for it. Heartworm treatment medications that are used for dogs are not safe for cats. Dogs can be treated for heartworms, and the sooner the better. There are a couple of different treatment options available, and a veterinarian will need to decide which option is best for your dog. That decision will depend a lot on the severity of the infestation and correlating symptoms. One option is slower, taking months to gradually and steadily kill off the worms. Another option is much faster, but if a dog is in poor health already or has a heavy load of worms, it can present additional risk. A veterinarian may want to […] Read more
Heartworm disease is fatal to dogs and cats. It causes lung disease, heart failure, and damage to other organs as a result of having worms that are a foot long living inside the heart, lungs, and blood vessels. Can you imagine having dozens of them thriving inside your heart and lungs? They gradually cause more and more damage, and during this time, the affected pet can also contribute to the spread of heartworms to other animals by carrying them in their blood. The good news is it is preventable! Let’s take a closer look at what they are, how they are transmitted, and why you need to protect your dog or cat from heartworm disease. How are heartworms transmitted? Mosquitoes are to blame for the transmission of heartworms. When they ingest the blood of an affected animal, they take in microfilariae, microscopic baby heartworms. In ten to 14 days, a microfilaria will grow enough to be able to infest the next host that the mosquito bites. After taking up residence in their new host, it takes up to six months for the heartworms to mature into adults, but they can begin causing damage before maturation. All 50 states in the […] Read more

Testimonials

  • 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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