Notice: COVID-19 Update

In order to better protect our staff as well as our clients, Beginning Monday June 1 we will be open offering curbside service only, no clients in the facility. We will be open Monday-Friday 8am-12, 1pm-4:30 and have a small staff and this will result in delays so please bear with us during these difficult times.

Please call the hospital ahead and upon arriving bring small pets in a carrier and canines on a leash to the red flag tape at our entrance. Staff will come out and bring your pet in or bring your medications to you. We ask that you step out of your vehicle and hand leash or carrier to staff. The doctors will not be coming out to the car nor will the assistants be reaching into your vehicle. This is not safe for obvious reasons.

We understand everyone is anxious these days about themselves and their pets. We are also! The State authorities recommend we postpone certain services such as annual wellness checks and annual vaccinations. If you are concerned about your pet’s health and still would like to have a wellness check along with annual vaccines, we will still perform these services for clients who are not comfortable with postponing these checkups. We do not recommend delaying puppy booster vaccines and we will continue to treat sick and injured pets, skin and ear infections, allergies, give medicated baths. All which have medical benefits. Elective surgeries should be postponed but dentals, spay and neuters prevent other serious medical problems and will still be performed. We apologize for the inconvenience and delays this may cause but we feel we must do what we can to protect our staff, their families and our clients.

Stay safe – wash your hands – practice social distancing.

We will re-open the office Monday June 1st.  Please call for an appointment. Our online pharmacy is still open.

Dr. Tate, Dr. Williams, Dr. Seals, Dr. Schoenfield and Dr. Harrison look forward to serving you. Dr. Tate has practiced medicine since 1961 and we have been serving you at Raeford since 1978. Experience matters.

  • Dr. Tate has operated five hospitals over the years.
  • We specialize the care of small animal, cats and dogs.
  • We offer full veterinary services, boarding and baths.

We provide veterinary care to dogs and cats.

Mission Statement

To provide high quality companion animal care and to strive to continuously improve the quality and to provide this care at a cost that is both fair and reasonable. In addition, employer shall attempt to provide a working environment that is professional, pleasant and rewarding to its entire staff and facilities accommodating to clients.

After Hours Emergency Services Provided By Two Locations

Animal Urgent Care

Hoke County Clients:
3635 Sycamore Dairy Road
Fayetteville, NC 28303


Small Animal Emergency Services

Moore County Clients:
5091 US Hwy #1
Vass, NC 28394