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Animal Hospital of Onslow County - 12 Reviews - 296 Doctors Dr, Jacksonville, NC - Animal Hospital Reviews - Phone (910) 459-4709

Animal Hospital of Onslow County


296 Doctors Dr
Jacksonville, NC 28546

(910) 459-4709
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My mom just got a dog and took her there for shots and to be neutered. They are the cheapest in town! She received exceptional service. They are very gentle and caring to all pets...


I think this place is absolutely heartless. My pet was literally dying (ended up passing later on in the night) and I had to basically beg for help, because everyone was on their...

Very accomodating 5/20/2014

I have an 11+ yr old Great Dane who cannot easily get in & out of a car, but need his Rimadyl. Instead of insisting I bring him in every other month for a refill, they have allowed me to pick up his prescription. He needed surgery a few months back and they fit him in that following week. Not the most friendly desk, but did go out of their way for my dog. more

Please don't go here 5/9/2013

I think this place is absolutely heartless. My pet was literally dying (ended up passing later on in the night) and I had to basically beg for help, because everyone was on their lunch break. They acted hesitant to call the Doctor in, meanwhile my dog's temperature is on the rise way above normal range. I was a bit hysterical due to the fact that my dog's mouth was purple and foaming and his body was lifeless. It seemed as if it wasn't worth it to the doctor to come in right away, because my dog was already a goner. Once he got there, I don't feel like they did everything they could have to keep my dog alive. My dog seemed to be in a more stable condition and I left to pick up my spouse. When I returned my dog was in a kennel shivering and struggling to breath as the vet tech is in the same room cleaning up. I realize that there is still a business to run, but I cannot understand how you can be in the same room listening to a dog suffer and not offer some TLC to him. I couldn't take seeing him like that and a tranquilizer was administered to him. I really wanted to bring him home with us, but the doctor advised against it and thought it would be better if he stayed at the facility alone until he came back at 8:30 pm to check on him. My biggest regret is leaving him there, because my dog ended up dying alone in the kennel. When we were notified at 8:30pm that Titan did not make it, we weren't offered to come in and say our goodbyes. It was as if this whole situation was a big inconvenience. The facility opens at 9:00 am and by 9:05 am I received a message stating that Titan needs to go and that he is a very big dog that they don't have room for. Once again, I realize there is a business to run, but there is not a sympathetic bone in any of the staff there. They were also sure to charge me for my dead dog staying over night. Bottom line...The heartless staff and doctors at this facility are not equipped to handle anything but your typical check ups. If only I could go back.... more
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  • Here at Animal Hospital of Onslow County, we treat each of our animal patients with tender care and compassion. Jacksonville veterinarians, Dr. Dave Altman and Dr. Craig Corry, along with our team of skilled animal hospital professionals, know that the main attribute that sets us apart from others in our area is our commitment to quality service and gentle touch. Thus, we strive to make sure each and every pet owner and patient knows how thankful we are for their choosing of our veterinary clinic. We understand that folks may not care how much we know about veterinary medicine until they know how much we care about them and their animal family members. We know that, for many folks, treatment of their animal family member can be quite a stressful experience. At Animal Hospital of Onslow County, quality treatment and care of our patients is our first priority. We also understand that many veterinary techniques change over time and know just how important continuing education of our staff actually is. We currently have several knowledgeable and experienced staff members here, allowing us to offer internal medicine diagnosisurine analysis for diseases involving the kidney or liverdermatology servicestreatment for ear problems and orthopedic surgery. Both Dr. Dave Altman and Dr. Craig Corry are dedicated to veterinary medicine and have the skill and experience to provide advanced care. To put that in much simpler terms, we can handle just about any ailment our animal patients come in our doors with. Call us to book an appointment today!