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Say hello to Hushpuppy!  This sweet fella was wandering around outside Carolina Beach Animal Hospital. We brought him in and of course we fell in love with him!  This guy corners the market on sweetness. He is SO loving and cuddly! Hushpuppy has been neutered, tested negative for Felv/FIV,...


Introducing Bonnie (left) and Clyde (right).  They are about 5 months old, and were brought to Carolina Beach Animal Hospital by the wonderful Jeannie Mintz with Saving Animals During Disasters.  Jeannie and her non-profit have been helping out a young woman in the area who is dealing...

YOU COULD WIN 1 YEAR OF FREE WELLNESS CARE FOR ONE PET

(EQUIVALENT TO OUR GOLD WELLNESS PLAN)



You are probably wondering....

How do I enter??? Where do I sign up???

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Are you looking for a sweet companion to relax with? Then meet Caroline!  She is an older lady who just enjoys the company of her owner and relaxing in the sun. She is 13 years old, spayed, and up to date on her vaccinations. She loves to snuggle with you in bed and wants nothing more than...

Dental Care is an essential component to your pets preventative healthcare plan. Oral examination, dental radiographs, and professional dental cleanings are necessary to provide optimum health and quality of life.

DID YOU KNOW?

Periodontal or gum disease is the number one illness found in...


We are pleased to announce Dr. Kim Smith will now be offering Veterinary Acupuncture Services at College Road Animal Hospital.  She studied Acupuncture at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.

Acupuncture is one of the four branches of Traditional...


What is Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA - Degenerative joint disease) is one of the most common causes of lameness in pets.  It causes pain and loss of range of motion of the joint due to the deterioration of joint cartilage.  Cartilage is a resilient, smooth tissue that lines the joints...


What is heart disease?

Heart disease in animals is either congenital (they are born with it) or develops due to an underlying cause.  Congenital disease is usually seen in younger animals, and affects many smaller breeds, whereas the development of heart disease is generally seen in older...

College Road Animal Hospital voted Best Veterinarian in Encore's Best of 2016

Thank you to everyone who cast nominations and votes!
College Road Animal Hospital has had the privilege of...

MAKING A DIFFERENCE, ONE PET AT A TIME.... .



"Each animal we save leaves a special paw print on our hearts."   
These are just a few of the adoption success stories we have had over the past several...