Locations

Serving the Mooresville – Lake Norman Area

367 East Plaza Drive, Mooresville, NC 28115 – Phone: 704-662-8586

You will see our dedication in our newly renovated facilities and equipment, modern handling techniques and welcoming atmosphere.

Our goal is to establish a relationship with both you and your pet so we can provide not only great veterinary care, but exceptional client service as well.

Dr. Spencer Ellis and Dr. Ariel Truitt lead the team at Randall Veterinary Hospital and will be glad to help.

Serving the Raleigh – Sandhills Area

5919 Creedmoor Rd, Raleigh, NC 27612 – Phone: 919-781-0696

When your pet needs surgery, Creedmoor Road Animal Hospital now offers some of the most advanced and experienced services in the area.

In our state-of-the-art surgical suite, our veterinarian can perform a wide range of operations from soft tissue to orthopedic surgery.

Dr. Arlene Jimenez and Dr. Michael Peace lead the team at Creedmoor Road Animal Hospital and will be glad to help.

Serving the Greater Triad Area

6961 U.S. 220 Alt, Asheboro, NC 27205 – Phone: 336-873-7997

When your pet needs surgery, Seagrove Animal Hospital now offers some of the most advanced and experienced services in the area.

Our veterinary team will walk you through the entire process, giving you the tools to make informed decisions regarding your pet’s treatment options.

Dr. Rebecca Weaver and Dr. Alexandra Luiso lead the team at Seagrove Animal Hospital and will be glad to help.

Serving North – Central Carolina

30 Gwynn Lane, Henderson, NC 27536 – Phone: 252-438-7163

At some point in your pet’s life, they may need a surgical procedure. Whether your pet is having an elective surgery such as spay or neuter, or an emergency surgery for intestinal obstruction, you can rest assured that our staff will provide the very best care possible for your pet.

Dr. Heather Beveridge and Dr. Katie Smith lead the team at our Henderson locations and will be glad to help.

Our doctors have performed over 4,000 different orthopedic procedures and can offer colleagues and pet owners alike an insight into the possible options and outcomes of a number of orthopedic and soft tissue problems encountered in a veterinary practice.