The most common question we get about our staff is what is a technician. North Carolina Veterinary medical Board dictates who can be called a technician. A technician has been through a rigorous educational process at an accredited school, done an internship, and have passed state and national licensing exams. They must continue to do continuing education in their field every 2 years. These people have really earned their RVT or LVT status. We only use these technicians in our practice to work and care for your animals. We encourage you to ask them about their education and skills. Not every practice does this.
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08/08/2007

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Excellent Facility and Staff

In an area blessed with many great vets these folks are superb. Staff is friendly and docs are great, spending lots of time with exam and explanation. Only complaint is that their boarding capacity fills up too fast and can't get dogs in. A good problem to have. Call for boarding very early!

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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat:
SunClosed
Services/Products
  • Boarding
  • Daycare Services
  • Dog Training
  • Grooming
  • Surgical Procedures
Brands
Nutro, wellness
Payment method
amex, discover, mastercard, visa, debit, check, cash
Location
Y
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Categories
Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals
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Parking: Lot

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