Cats can get all types of illnesses but one that we don't think about often is colds. Could a sneezy cat be one experiencing this common illness? Our Wake Forest vets talk about cats and colds, if they can get them, and what to do if your cat does catch a cold.
Veterinary Care in Wake Forest
Our team offers all the core veterinary services your pet needs to stay healthy, from preventive wellness exams and vaccinations to dental care, surgery, and geriatrics.
Keeping Your Pet Healthy.
We offer pet wellness plans for the preventive veterinary care your pet deserves.
Your Wake Forest Veterinarians
Our veterinary team provides compassionate veterinary care to our patients and their people in Franklin and Wake counties.
Welcoming New Patients
We're always happy to welcome new patients and their families to our veterinary hospital in Wake Forest! It's our mission to make each of your visits with us convenient, efficient, and low-stress.
Welcome to Our North Wake Animal Hospital in Wake Forest
North Wake Animal Hospital is a full-service pet hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs in Wake Forest and the surrounding areas.
From preventive care and surgery to dental care, our broad and varied service offering can meet all of your pet’s health needs in one place.
We care for Wake Forest’s companion animals and have developed a reputation over the years for quality, professional care with a compassionate touch
We prioritize your pet's long-term health and wellbeing with vaccinations and routine preventative care.
Care for your pet's health with services ranging from routine dental exams and cleanings to surgeries
We are capable of providing a wide array of surgical procedures to help you pet become and stay healthy.
Our Dedicated Team
At North Wake Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing empathetic and high quality care to your pet.
Our veterinarians work closely with our staff to ensure the best care for your pet.
We value the preventative approach to veterinary care, stopping health issues before they ever become a problem. If your pet is injured or ill, we will take the time to investigate and prepare a customized treatment plan with you.
It's our goal is to help your pet be as healthy as possible!
I’ve been going to North Wake Animal Hospital for about two years. From the receptionist to the doctors everyone is very friendly, caring and wonderful. I know my cat is in good hands.
Tips & Advice From Wake Forest Vets
Read blog from our Wake Forest vets for helpful information about caring for your pet, and how to keep them healthy, happy, and thriving.
Issues affecting the bowels can affect all dogs regardless of breed or age. and constipation is one issue that is seen more than the rest. In this post, our Wake Forest veterinarians talk about constipation in dogs and why your dog may become constipated.
While fevers can sometimes be mild and pass on their own, others are more serious and can indicate a serious medical condition. Today, our Wake Forest vets share the signs, symptoms, and causes of fever in cats, and the steps you should take when they happen.
Even as your cat gets older they may not seem to change much, which can make it difficult to tell when they are getting older. Here, our Wake Forest vets talk about signs of aging in cats and answer the question of when is a cat considered a senior.