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At Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital, we look forward to providing your pets with the highest quality of veterinary care. Not only do we realize the importance of preventative care, but we also understand how crucial it is to care for your pet in other areas, such as grooming and dental care.
Besides offering all these veterinary services, our AAHA accredited animal hospital located in Charlotte, North Carolina, also provides surgical, emergency, and urgent care. If your pet needs to be hospitalized for any reason or requires blood work, radiology, or ultrasound, our professional veterinary in Quail Hollow can do all of that as well.
Dr. Adam Berman serves as our veterinarian at the animal hospital in Quail Hollow. Not only was Dr. Berman raised in North Carolina, but he also obtained both his Bachelor of Science (BS) and his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at North Carolina State University. Dr. Berman has been working in Charlotte since 2010 and in 2015, he opened Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital.
Along with his professional veterinary team, Dr. Berman strives to provide the best possible healthcare for your pet, which is why we have a full-service animal hospital. Besides offering same day appointments for sick or injured pets, we also have an emergency care team in the event your pet is experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury.
For added convenience, we offer early morning drop off appointments so you can drop off your pet on the way to work. You’ll be glad to know that many pet owners that have brought their animals to our pet hospital agree that the atmosphere is calm, relaxing, and comfortable.
If we are seeing your pet for the first time, you may want to take advantage of our new patient registration form, which you can download, print out, and complete in the convenience of your own home or office, then bring it along with you to your pet's first appointment. If your pet is going to be having surgery, you'll want to read over our surgical information packet, which can also be downloaded and printed out at your convenience.
If you have been looking for a pet hospital that provides high quality veterinary medical and surgical care, don't hesitate to contact Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital at (704) 278-8000. Our pet hospital is conveniently located within Quail Corners Shopping Center, in Charlotte, North Carolina.
We proudly service the South Charlotte and Pineville areas of North Carolina, including Quail Hollow, South Park, and Ballantyne
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