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We are highly committed to provide human quality medicine to our beloved pet friends and excellent client experience to pet families. Our goal is to be available 7 days a week with extended hours to better serve our pet friends in emergency vet care need. We will accept walk-ins and allow pet drop-offs on your way to work to reduce your wait time.
We are a full service small animal hospital offering preventive care, small animal medicine, ultrasound, digital radiography, surgery, dentistry along with boarding and grooming. We also offer affordable wellness plans to facilitate our clients in taking care of their pet’s preventive care needs with much ease.
We offer affordable pet vaccination or shots, spay, neuter and surgery services with safe anesthesia protocols. Please follow the online link to schedule an appointment by filling online form or by calling us.
Cary Veterinarian | Walnut Street Animal Hospital
702 Cary Towne Blvd
Cary, NC 27511
Dr. K and his staff are wonderful people to take care of you and your pets needs. I have taken my dogs to Dr. K for several years and couldn't be more happy with the excellent care and compassion he provides to each of his patients. He explains things very thoroughly and never rushes you in and out. He truly strives to provide quality care. He is very honest in his professional advice. I have tried several veterinarians in the Triangle area and none come close to matching the whole package that you receive when you partner with Dr. K to take care of your babies. I drive from Durham for Dr. K to see my dogs. Please stop by Walnut Street Animal Hospital and see for yourself what makes this animal hospital better than the others. You will make a friend for life in yours and your animals lives.
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