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
Taking Care of Pet Injuries in Raleigh, NC & Beyond
Even the most well-trained, friendly pets have an injury every so often, and when they do, Care First Animal Hospital is here to quickly respond to the emergency. We can be relied on to provide the proper treatment for pet injuries in Raleigh, NC or one of our locations throughout the Triangle. Our experienced veterinarians have seen it all — from back injuries to knee and tail injuries — and nothing will stop us from providing your pet with the care they need and sending your dog or cat happily on its way back home with you!
Treating Back, Leg & Paw Injuries & More
At Care First Animal Hospital, we understand that you might be as shaken as your pet when facing a medical emergency. That’s why we respond to pet injuries and other emergencies promptly, so that the treatment is optimally effective and your pet’s recovery is as smooth as possible. We treat the following common pet injuries in Raleigh:
- Foreign body ingestion
- Getting hit by a car
- Cat or dog bites
- Heat stroke or dehydration
- Broken bones
- And more
No matter if your pet’s injury requires minimally invasive surgery, major surgery or hospitalization, you can trust our team to offer the best care available because of our true compassion and medical excellence.
Contact Care First Animal Hospital for Raleigh Pet Injury Care
When an injury happens to your pet, turn to Care First Animal Hospital for the most responsive, effective emergency services and care offered in the Triangle. Reach out to us during your next emergency, and we’ll do our best to help your pet safely recover from its injury.
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