Velvit is a young Torti-colored kitty who presented to our Care First Animal Hospital at Falls Pointe location for vomiting. It didn’t take our doctors long to figure out what was wrong… The holidays are usually a fun time for people and pets. While we enjoy looking at the holiday decorations, our pets enjoy playing …READ MORE
Caring & Attentive Pet Hospitalization in Raleigh, NC
Whether your pet is hospitalized for an illness, emergency surgery or post-surgery monitoring, you can expect your patient to receive the best care available at Care First Animal Hospital. As part of our emergency services, our pet hospitalization in Raleigh, NC or throughout the Triangle is sometimes required after emergency surgeries or injuries.
Offering Exceptional Care at Our Raleigh Animal Hospital
When our team of highly trained, experienced veterinarians recommend hospitalizing your pet before or after surgery, the patient is closely monitored in our treatment area during our business hours. We routinely provide medications and fluid infusions, monitor vital signs and give your pet the attention they deserve, so they can come back home to you as soon as possible. We provide space for patients who may need to stay during the night and weekend as well.
However, if your pet needs to be monitored 24/7 in Raleigh overnight or over the weekend, they will receive care from our partner, Animal Emergency Hospital and Urgent Care, which is closest to our Glenwood Avenue location.
Choose Care First Animal Hospital for a Quick Recovery
If you have any questions or concerns about our pet hospitalization in Raleigh, don’t hesitate to contact our veterinarians. As soon as your pet is stable, we would love to schedule visits for you and your pet. We call our clients at least twice a day with updates, as well as give you an updated balance of your bill to avoid any surprises. Feel free to ask for estimates every step of the way — payment isn’t due until your pet is released from our care and headed home.
Harley had always been a happy-go-lucky Boxer, bouncing around rambunctiously and playing with his toys, until one January day when one toy got the best of him! One cold January day, Harley went from happy and bouncing to sad looking and sick. His owner brought him in to Care First Animal Hospital at Grace Park …READ MORE