We are thrilled to have seven new practices join the VetCor network this month. Please join us in welcoming the following practices to the VetCor Family:
South Arbor Animal Hospital, Ypsilanti MI
South Arbor Animal Hospital was founded by Dr. Jessica Noel in 2012. The practice is a family-oriented animal hospital where the team is always looking for ways to better serve their patients to keep them healthy for a long time. South Arbor Animal Hospital emphasizes continuing education for all doctors and staff. The team maintains great relationships in order to provide resources for pet owners to give them the best of care.
Gwinnett Animal Clinic, Lawrenceville GA
Dr. Jack Wall opened Gwinnett Animal Clinic in 1966 as a predominantly large animal practice when the surrounding area was very rural. Lawrenceville has transformed over the years to become a suburban area and the practice transformed along with it to become a small animal clinic. Dr. Wallis started working there in 1969 in middle school, prior to going to vet school. Dr. Wallis joined Gwinnett Animal Clinic after graduation from vet school as an associate in 1983. The practice has endoscopy, x-ray, extensive in-house lab facilities, as well as EKG and the latest in surgical equipment and techniques. The team handles a wide variety of medical, surgical, and dental cases. Gwinnet Animal Clinic takes special pride in becoming a partner with the pet owner and places special emphasis on client education and customer service.
Altitude Veterinary Hospital(s) East & West, Casper WY
The Altitude Veterinary Hospital East and West locations are located 4.4 miles apart in the city of Casper, WY. The practice was founded in 1952. The hospitals offer Casper and surrounding communities exceptional care. The teams at Altitude Veterinary Hospital pledge to provide the most complete care for clients and their beloved pets. Whether a client visits for routine wellness or emergent critical care, the team does everything possible for dogs, cats, and other pets to live their best lives.
Carthage Animal Hospital, Carthage NC
Dr. Tim Boyte graduated from NC State in 1991 and founded Carthage Animal Hospital later that year in Carthage, North Carolina. The practice is a full-service veterinary hospital that takes great pride in courteous and efficient customer service and the most compassionate, high-quality care for all pets. Carthage Animal Hospital offers soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, internal medicine, dentistry, behavioral counseling, in-house and off-site laboratory services, digital radiology, ultrasound, preventive care, and wellness medicine.
Southern Boulder Animal Hospital, Boulder CO
Southern Boulder Animal Hospital has been in the community for 50+ years and has established a local reputation as being a neighborhood clinic that practices solid medicine. The hospital is a full-service companion animal clinic that proudly provides quality veterinary care throughout the lives of pets. The team is made up of experienced and skilled veterinary professionals who are committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each pet owner.
Beverly Hills Small Animal Hospital, Beverly Hills CA
Beverly Hills Small Animal Hospital was founded in 1930 and has been a huge part of the Beverly Hills community ever since. Dr. Evelyn Keagy, who founded BHSAH, was the first female veterinarian to be licensed by the State of California. Richard Keagy, son of Evelyn, then took over the practice after she retired. The Keagy’s are known for their work with chinchillas—in fact, they developed the Chin-Vac vaccine that was the basis of establishing the chinchilla industry worldwide. Dr. Suehiro and Dr. Winters, two of the previous owners, purchased the practice from Dr. Richard Keagy and welcomed Dr. Maie Takahashi as a third previous owner. The professional and caring staff at Beverly Hills Small Animal Hospital strives to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care, and dental care for their highly-valued patients.
We are so excited to have these wonderful practices join the VetCor network!