FAQ

Vet Clinic In Greensboro, NC

Questions for your local vet.

Take a look at the following section to learn more about our practice. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to speak with one of our knowledgeable representatives. We’re standing by to take your call!

Q: Where would I go for emergency care?
A: If your animal experiences an emergency after our normal hours of operation, you may contact any of the following locations for relief:

Carolina Veterinary Specialists
501 Nicholas Rd
Greensboro, North Carolina
336-632-0605

Happy Tails Emergency Clinic
2936 Battleground Ave
Greensboro, North Carolina
336-288-2688

Q: Do you take appointments?
A: Yes. We take appointments and drop-offs.

Q: What is drop-off service?
A: A drop-off service allows pet owners with conflicting daytime schedules to leave their pets in the morning or at lunchtime for veterinary services, grooming services and day boarding services. Afternoon discharge appointments are then scheduled to discuss medical needs and therapy. Groomed and day boarding animals are released in the afternoon before closing. This service is especially important for owners who need to be at a previously scheduled appointment or job, and they awaken in the morning to discover their pet has become ill. Leaving a pet for daytime observation and medical care provides peace of mind for pet parents who are unable to stay home with their ailing animal.

Q: Are house calls available?
A: Yes. Our veterinarians make house calls within a five-mile radius of University Animal Hospital, which covers most of Greensboro. House calls are set up by appointment. This service is especially useful for multi-pet households.

Q: Do you treat exotic animals?
A: Yes. Avian, including poultry, and pocket pet care is available; however, referrals to a specialist may be necessary depending on the condition of the animal. Reptiles are referred to a specialist.

Q: When is chiropractic care provided?
A: Veterinary chiropractic care is provided by our board-certified veterinary chiropractor, Dr. Mary Beth Downs, every other Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

Q: When is shock wave therapy provided?
A: Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (for treatment of osteoarthritis, hip and shoulder dysplasia, tendonitis and degenerative spinal spondylosis) is provided as prearranged.

Q: What types of payments do you accept?
A: Cash, Checks which are T-Tech approved, Care Credit, Debits, MasterCard, Visa, & Discover.
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