Looking for a Charlotte veterinarian? Read on for a list of veterinarians in Charlotte, NC, organized by area. Following the list you’ll find some mobile veterinarians.
This isn’t a comprehensive list but it’s a great place to start your search. If you know of a veterinarian who should be on this list, please email [email protected], and we’ll add them to the listing, as time permits.
You might also be interested in this list of pet sitters in Charlotte!
Strawberry Hill: 4914 Old Sardis Road, Charlotte, NC 28211
Promenade on Providence: 5335 Ballantyne Commons Parkway, Charlotte, NC 28277
Fort Mill: 1642 SC-160, Fort Mill, SC 29708 (coming soon)
Provides modern, accessible and professional pet care facilities, with a proprietary technology and data platform for consumers. Follow above link for phone number of all locations.
Uptown Veterinary Hospital
626 North Church Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
Open on Saturday mornings. Works with companion animals and exotics.
South End, Dilworth, Myers Park
1500 South Boulevard, Suite 101A, Charlotte, NC 28203
Provides hospice care, alternative pain therapies like acupuncture and therapeutic laser, and emergency services during business hours.
Dilworth Animal Hospital
814 East Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203
Works with small mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Open on Saturday mornings.
Long Animal Hospital and Emergency Center
2523 South Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203
Open on Saturdays and emergency services are available during business hours. Offers grooming and boarding services.
South End Veterinary Clinic
2135 Southend Drive, Suite 106, Charlotte, NC 28203
Open on Saturday mornings.
Charlotte Animal Referral & Emergency (CARE)
3726 Latrobe Drive, Charlotte, NC 28211
Open 24 hours every day of the week.
Clear Creek Animal Hospital
9336 Parkton Road, Charlotte, NC 28215
Offers boarding services. Open on Saturday mornings.
Commonwealth Animal Hospital
1909 Commonwealth Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28205
Open on Saturdays. Offers urgent care during office hours and boarding services.
Monroe Road Animal Hospital
3736 Monroe Road, Charlotte, NC 28205
Select veterinarians on staff work with rabbits, pocket pets, reptiles, birds, and small farm animals.
Crown Town Animal Hospital
413 Dalton Avenue, Suite E, Charlotte, NC 28206
Davis Lake Animal Hospital
4971 David Cox Road, Charlotte, NC 28269
Open Saturday mornings.
Queen City Animal Hospital
920 Belmont Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28205
Offers telemedicine options and care for exotics (birds, small mammals, reptiles, fish, and amphibians).
Stand for Animals Veterinary Clinic
224 West 32nd Street, Charlotte, NC 28206
Two other locations in Pineville and Lake Norman. Each location has a Pet Food Pantry to provide support and food assistance to pet owners.
Animal Health Care Center of Charlotte
3716 Wilkinson Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28208-5541
Parker Veterinary Hospital
2820 Wilkinson Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28208
Offers boarding services for dogs and cats in addition to veterinary care. Open Saturday mornings.
Mixed Pet Veterinary Hospital
7930-D Rea Road, Charlotte, NC 28277
Open every 2nd and 4th Saturday morning.
Sharon Lakes Animal Hospital
7619 Sharon Lakes Road, Charlotte, NC 28210
Open on Saturday mornings. Offers grooming/spa and boarding services for cats and dogs.
UrgentVet Pet Clinic – Ballantyne
3419 Toringdon Way, Suite A112, Charlotte, NC 28277
Open 365 days a year to provide after hours urgent care services.
Veterinary Emergency Group
4716-A Sharon Road, Suite A, Charlotte, NC 28210
Open 24 hours a day for emergencies.
Carolina Value Pet Care
Not a full-service clinic. Specializes in vaccines and preventative medication. Operates through walk-in weekend events throughout Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Rowan, and surrounding counties.
Lap of Love
Specializes exclusively in end-of-life in-home euthanasia and hospice services. Open for questions every day of the week.
Meridian Mobile Veterinary Care
1600 Fulton Avenue, Suite 206, Charlotte, NC 28205
In-home alternative therapies and euthanasia services that complement the care provided by pets’ primary veterinarians.