Emergency Services

Emergency care during office hours is provided upon presentment. After hours, on weekends, and holidays, emergencies are referred to the Animal Emergency Clinic of Wilmington at 910-791-7387.

Vaccine Clinic

On Tuesdays & Thursdays between 2-4pm, we provide a vaccine clinic where pets can be brought in on a walk-in basis to be vaccinated. A 30% discount is applied to each vaccine during this time.


Perhaps the most important and effective protection for pets is vaccination against serious infectious diseases. Pets do not form lifetime immunity and require periodic boosters to maintain their protections.

  • Puppies & Kittens should start their first vaccinations at six weeks of age.

  • For adults, vaccine boosters are given and needed annually to every three years depending on the type of vaccine.

  • Since heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes, we are located in the heartworm capital of the United States! Dogs and cats are highly susceptible to heartworm infections so we strongly recommend pets being on heartworm prevention year round. It is safer and a lot less expensive to prevent heartworm infection and disease instead of treating it.

The Canine Influenza Vaccine

The Animal Medical Clinic is very excited to announce that we are now  carrying the Canine Influenza (dog flu) vaccine! By now you have heard the news about the recent outbreak of the dog flu in different parts of North Carolina. The dog flu is very contagious to all dogs, but not to people and cats. A recovered dog can shed the virus for a month afterwards. The virus can stay on an exposed person for up to 24 hours. We now have the approved vaccine to protect your dog from this virus. A vaccine booster is required 2-4 weeks after the first vaccine and a yearly booster after that. We highly recommend this vaccine for all dogs, especially, if your dog has contact with other dogs at the dog parks, groomers, on walks, and boarding kennels. 
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