Beat the “Heat” With Our Summer Special!
If your pet hasn’t been altered yet, do we have a deal for you! From now until July 31st, we’ll give your pet a free microchip and free nail trim… Read more
Complimentary Preventative and Comprehensive Care Exams in May! As a locally owned animal hospital and small business, we understand how difficult the past weeks have been for you and everyone in our community.The… Read more
Coronavirus, You and Your Pet
With coronavirus dominating the news headlines, you might be wondering - How does this affect me and my pet? The truth is, there is still a great deal we don’t know about this… Read more
Worried About The Safety Of Your Pet’s Medications?
Recently you may have seen or heard about WRAL-5 news story regarding a local woman who believes her dog died as the result of treating her pet with a popular… Read more
Taking a Bite Out of Dental Disease
February is National Dental Health Month. To mark the occasion, we’re offering 20% off all dental cleanings between now and the end of February. At Creedmore Road Animal Hospital, we… Read more
‘Tis the Season…for Pet Safety Tips!
For many of us, this is the best time of year—the first winter months bring festive holidays and cold weather fun. They also bring hazards for your pet, so here… Read more
Affordable and Easy: VIP Wellness Plans For Your Pet
At Creedmoor Road Animal Hospital, We believe in proactive, preventative care like regular wellness exams, vaccinations and testing. We’ve seen over the years how it not only keeps pets healthy… Read more
Your Questions About Vaccinations–Answered!
August is National Immunization Awareness Month, created to remind people how important it is to keep their vaccinations up to date. But that advice isn’t just for humans—it’s vital for… Read more
Only YOU Can Prevent Your Pet’s Fires
July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day According to the American Fire Administration, approximately half a million pets are affected by house fires every year—and about 1000 of those fires are… Read more
Parasites Are Gross. Here’s How to Keep Them Off Your Pet
Fleas. Ticks. Roundworm, heartworm and tapeworm. Our animals are a walking buffet to them, and once they’re on your dog or cat, it’s a short ride on the pet express… Read more