Dr. Marlon will be out of the country from Thursday, May 16th through Wednesday, May 29th...spending precious time with his amazing wife & best friends. Our Hospital is definitely still OPEN (scheduled appointments are preferable, but walk-ins are also welcomed) Monday - Friday from 10:00AM - 5:00PM, and our staff is ready to help you all in Dr. Marlon's absence. We have an amazing, well-experienced, Veterinarian that will be working all of those days, along with our very experience, registered veterinary technician, and all of our current veterinary technicians that help us tremendously on a daily basis! We will not be open Saturday the 18th. If you need to see Dr. Marlon specifically, and it is not urgent, he will be back in action on Thursday, May 30th. See bottom of page if you are concerned about a possible emergency with your pet(s).
APPOINTMENTS preferable, but “WALK-INS” also welcomed!
Let your pet(s) enjoy the comfort
of our beautiful new facility,
with natural lighting and
spacious rooms to decrease
anxiety ON YOU AND YOUR PET(S).
Whether you have 1 pet or 5, Dr.
Marlon and Staff are more than
happy to see you and your furry
family :). Walk-ins Welcomed.
Good Client Education keeps you
in the know. Dr. Marlon makes
sure that all of your questions
about your pet(s) are answered…
AND, ENSURES THAT YOU WALK OUT
THE FRONT DOOR A MORE CONFIDENT,
BETTER “PET PARENT!”
If you are concerned of an emergency with your pet(s) and you cannot get ahold of us right away or it is After Hours, please seek your local veterinary hospital and/or emergency clinic ASAP. We highly recommend the following: Quail Corners Animal Hospital @ 919.600.7526, Veterinary Specialty Hospital (VSH) of North Raleigh @ 919.861.0109, Veterinary Specialty Hospital (VSH) of Cary @ 919.233.4911, and/or NC State Small Animal Emergency @ 919.513.6911. If you are in need of immediate At Home Euthanasia Services, please contact Azure Holland @ 919.600.1841 or Peaceful Passing @ 919.672.0686.
Emergencies could consist of (but are not at all limited to) the following: ...breathing difficulties, weakness or collapse, trouble urinating or defecating, vomiting or diarrhea, bleeding, seizures, exposure to toxins or trauma, or any form of lethargy and/or weakness.Otherwise, please visit www.vetcarenc.com and click on "Online Submission Form" under "MAKE APPOINTMENT!"