We allow patients to come into in the office as well as curbside service depending on your comfort level.

We Welcome All Pets at the South Granville Animal Hospital

When your pet needs veterinary care, bring him or her to our team at South Granville Animal Hospital in Creedmoor. Our team treats your pet with love and compassion. Using the newest techniques and advances in veterinary medicine, we provide excellent pet care. We welcome cats, dogs, pocket pets, reptiles, rabbits, birds, and small farm animals. We are committed to providing pets with the veterinary care they need. 

Your Creedmoor Veterinarian

Your Young Pet Needs a Preventative Care Plan

Young animals may require vaccinations and booster shots. Bring in your newly adopted puppy, kitten, or young animal to give them a healthy start in life. We will devise a preventative care plan and vaccination schedule. Parasite preventive measures keep your young pet healthy. Bring in your hamster, guinea pig, or other pocket pet. Learn the proper nutritional diet for your small friend. Learn how to provide your pet with year-round attention and wellness care.

Your Older Pet Needs Wellness Care

You may have adopted a kitten or puppy years ago, or maybe you recently adopted an older pet in need of a safe, loving home. Your pet needs a wellness plan. Our team performs pet dental care, urgent care, and emergency vet care. We want to help you keep your senior pet healthy, happy, and active.

The Importance of Annual Veterinary Exams

Bringing your family pet to the veterinarian can be stressful for you, your family members, and your pet. However, annual veterinarian exams are a vital part of pet care. Our veterinarian may detect an issue and prevent a small problem from becoming a large health issue. 

Bring Your Pet to South Granville For Quality Care

Help Us Help Your Pet

Please fill out the required online registration forms and bring them to your appointment. We have a New Patient Registration Form and a Surgical Information Packet. By providing us with these completed forms, we will be better able to care for your pet and make treatment decisions. 

Schedule an Appointment with Us Today

We love animals and providing quality pet healthcare. We treat all animals and their families with compassion. Use our online form to request an appointment with Dr. Dudley, or call us at 919-528-3591. We offer early morning and Saturday appointments. We also accept walk-in emergency medical care visits. If you are coming in for an emergency visit, if possible, call us on your way to our clinic. We will try to have a vet standing by and ready to provide pet healthcare. Join our growing family of satisfied pet owners. Let us earn your trust.

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  • "They have taken excellent care of our Beagle, Lucy since she was a puppy. Lucy will be 12 years old March 6, 2016. Receptionist, Doctors and Staff are always professional and caring."
    Kim C. / Creedmoor, NC

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