"Caring for your family pets as if they were our own."
Located in Lenoir, North Carolina for over 60 years, Lenoir Veterinary Hospital was the first veterinary hospital in Caldwell County. Managing Veterinarian, Dr. Dan Jones leads a highly motivated, compassionate, and dedicated team committed to providing the best in small animal care for our clients and their pets. It is our promise to provide you and your pets a support system from the time of your first visit.
In order to provide your pet with the latest veterinary medicine, our full-service companion small animal hospital is equipped with progressive technology and services aimed to help in early detection and the treatment of various diseases. Our impeccable facilities and abundant services are devised to aid in routine preventive care for young, healthy pets as well as provide treatment as your pet ages. In addition, we offer a wide spectrum of services including wellness care, preventative medicine, vaccinations, spaying and neutering, dental care, x-ray, in-hospital surgical site, orthopedic surgeries, in-house laboratory, onsite pharmacy, pet microchip identification, and acupuncture. We also provide an indoor boarding facility with an outdoor fenced walking area.
Our collaborative team of veterinarians and staff want to make you and your pets feel welcome and at ease in our office. We understand how crucial it is for animals to feel comfortable and stress-free while in our care, so we wish to make you and your pet’s experience a pleasant one.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns do not hesitate to contact us. In addition, feel free to explore our Facebook and Twitter pages! At Lenoir Veterinary Hospital, it is our promise that you and your pet will be treated with the utmost care and respect.
If you need to refill medication, our staff will authorize your refill and prepare it for you to pick up, often eliminating the need to call or pick-up from a pharmacy. Read More
We are very excited at Lenoir Veterinary Hospital to offer acupuncture as an alternate form of treatment for your pets. Read More
Spaying or neutering your pet can help him live a longer, healthier life, minimizes behavior problems and helps control the population of unwanted pets. Read More