Animal Hospital Of Beulaville

Animal Hospital Of Beulaville
Animal Hospital Of Beulaville 236 North Nc 41 Highway
Beulaville, NC 28518

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About Animal Hospital Of Beulaville

Animal Hospital Of Beulaville is a Animal Hospital facility at 236 North Nc 41 Highway in Beulaville, NC.
Primary Specialty

Animal Hospital

Practice Animal Hospital Of Beulaville
Services Animal Hospital Of Beulaville practices at 236 North Nc 41 Highway, Beulaville, NC 28518.

Animal hospitals offer general and emergency pet care services. Some animal hospitals offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Animal Hospital Of Beulaville in Beulaville, NC, please call (910) 298-8188 for more information.
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Recent Reviews
Everything they originally told me they would be able to do for me, they ended up not being able to do. I felt lied to. The staff really knows what they're doing, and they know a lot about the company they work for. They're able to answer most of my questions, and the only ones they don't are the ones they need their boss's approval for. This veterinarian was extremely friendly, and paid attention to both me and my pet. They really made the extra effort to make us feel welcome and at home. They had quite a few interesting magazines, which made my time in the waiting room go by much faster. They were so kind and attentive to me. I didn't have to worry about them arguing with me, or contradicting what I had to say, which has been a problem for me at other places.
by Robert Terry
Did you feel safe in this provider's care?
Absolutely! I knew I was being cared for by an expert!
Did this provider's staff seem to respect him/her?
Yes, I could tell the staff respected him/her
Were the staff members able to answer your questions?
Yes! They were the most knowledgeable staff I've ever seen!
Did this provider listen to your input and concerns?
Does this provider remember you by name?
Sometimes, but not always
by Anonymous
My dogs' 1st visit was for what I thought might be arthritis. I was new to the area & his office was closeby. The vet took quite a bit of time checking over my dog & doing range of motion exercises to try & pinpoint where pain came from. He also carefully felt certain problem areas that affect older dogs. He advised me that while it could be arthritis, it could also be more serious.. He was not being negative he simply wanted me to have all the info he could provide based on what he was seeing/feeling. He gave me options on having more testing done & the various ways to handle the problem. After taking into consideration my dogs age, my financial state, etc, we decided on an anti-inflamatory drug & pain medication. After 3 days I called him and we decided to extend this Rx as it seemed to be working. However, by the 8th day my girl was in pain again & I could now see a softball sized lump on her shoulder. I knew the vet was correct in telling me about osteosarcoma,a very fast growing type of bone cancer. Because Christmas was right around the corner we tried to make Leia as comfortable as possible thru the holiday. The day after Christmas - I had to have her put down. Again, the vet explained exactly what to expect (I wanted to stay with Leia thru the euthanasia). He was very gentle with her & answered all of my many questions. He was compassionate without being sappy, and was very professional, yet empathetic. He was my ideal vet!! The vet and his staff made what was a very difficult time much easier to bear. After 10 1/2 years as my faithful companion, I was there when she passed peacefully. My other dog is also up in age & this is the vet I will take her to for all her medical needs!
by Lauren Guy