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Dr. Cade Wilson and our veterinary team are committed to bringing you and your pets better health by practicing the science of Veterinary Medicine. Ardmore based Carter County Animal Hospital P.C. was founded in May 2007 by Dr. Cade and Mary Kate Wilson
Carter County Animal Hospital P.C. is a full-service animal hospital with the mission of providing the best in diagnostics, medical treatment and surgery at an affordable price while maintaining the highest in professionialism and personal service. Carter County Animal Hospital P.C. offers the Ardmore animal community after hours emergency veterinary services when able to, in addition to standard medical, surgical and dental veterinary care and boarding services. Our in-house pharmacy, laboratory, radiology and laser surgical facilities, temperature controlled boarding facility, intensive care unit, and prescription pet diets provide the convenience of a one stop for your pet's medical care. We are open for appointments during normal business hours and the first and third Saturday of the month. Late evening appointments are available on Thursdays.
*Open first and third Saturday of the month. Weekend pick up and drop off times for Boarding are scheduled weekly
Dear Dr. Cade and Staff, Your service and dedication to Chewy was outstanding! I would (and have) highly recommended your service to others. The kindness, compassion and actual concern for our furry family members is always genuine. Your compassion helped me endure the challenge or raising an epileptic dog and when the time came to end his suffering, you were right there to support Charles and I.
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