Veterinarians & Animal Hospitals
At Carrboro Plaza Veterinary Clinic, believes in being your local partner for pet health. In everything they do — from skillful treatments and resourceful recommendations to being here when you have questions — they strive to educate, serve, and provide the care you need for the pet you love. Visit their website for their COVID-19 protocols and a description of all the services they offer.
Located at 104 NC Hwy 54 Suite M. Fabulous. Taken care of our pets for 18 years.
They prefer to be contacted by phone as listed below.
Cole Park Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to serving the community by developing and supporting a close bond between people and animals. Note that they prefer to be contacted by phone at the number listed below.
They encourage this bonding by offering Veterinarians who practice progressive medicine with a:
- superior and dedicated support staff,
- compassionate and respectful atmosphere to both clients and their pets,
- strong emphasis placed on client education and preventative medicine.
Each member of their staff is committed to the welfare of our animal friends, in both their professional and personal lives. At Cole Park Veterinary Hospital you and your pets are much more than clients, you are our friends.
Cole Park Veterinary Hospital started out small and has grown into a contributing resource for animal care for Chatham, Orange and Durham Counties, NC. Great things often have humble beginnings. While Cole Park Veterinary Hospital began with two exam rooms and three full time staff, we have over 28 animal care professionals and 5,000 sq. ft of treatment facilities, including full boarding and grooming services.
Cole Park Veterinary Hospital provides the care and services one would expect to find in a veterinary facility, including annual exams, sick pet exams, in-house lab testing, surgeries, hospitalized care, radiology, dental cleaning, vaccinations and boarding services. We use Antech as our reference blood laboratory with 2 daily pick-ups.
In addition to the more traditional professional services, Cole Park Veterinary Hospital takes pride in our offering of complementary therapies. Dr Patricia Pagel is a certified veterinary acupuncturist, as is Dr Michelle Droke. Complementary therapy is often an effective aid to rehabilitation of injuries as well as chronic health conditions.
Comment by a Fearrington Village Resident
“We had the good fortune of finding Cole Park Veterinary Hospital on 15/501 and placing [our dog] in the excellent care of Dr. Michelle Droke!!! [she is Dr. Lori Droke’s sister). She was the one to first find [his] cancer and set him up with the Veterinary Specialty Hospital for treatment. She has kept excellent close tabs on our boy for a number of years. We cannot begin to express our gratitude for the loving care [he] received at her hands. The staff at Cole Park was also always so very kind and supportive, so much so that they made a donation in [his] honor to the hospital’s Mug Fund that provides life saving support for injured animals!”
Local. Personal. Convenient. Stress-Free | Exclusively Serving the pets of Fearrington Village
Regular Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9:00 am-5:00 pm. Lic. 9497
Evening and Weekend Visits Provided for Emergencies and Urgent Care – please call for availability.
In the event of a serious emergency, if you do not receive a response from her within five minutes, please contact your nearest local animal hospital or VSH (Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas) in Durham at (919) 600-6600.
Dr. Droke’s COVID-19 Policy Statement
Limiting visits to Fearrington Village will increase safety related to COVID19. Safety protocols will be taylored to fit each individual home visit. Precautions may include pre-visit screening questions to determine how best to protect individuals at higher risk. I will be wearing a mask and gloves and keeping the social distance as much as possible. Ideal locations to work are the backyard, garage, or a screen room to increase ventilation. I am in contact with the Chatham County Department of Public Health and will continue to consult with them as recommendations develop and change. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, concerns or special requests.
ABOUT DR. LAURIE DROKE: “I am originally from Fort Worth, Texas. In 1998, I received my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University. For the next 10 years I practiced in Palo Alto, California. In 2008, I accepted an international position as a humane society veterinarian in San Pedro, Belize, on the island of Ambergris Caye. The next year, I opened the first private animal hospital on the island, the San Pedro Animal Hospital, along with the associated San Pedro Animal Foundation. During my time in Belize, from 2008 to 2013, I learned the value of serving a community as its veterinarian. I hope to continue my work in a similar role, here in Fearrington Village.”
Services for Healthy Pets:
Annual exams | Vaccinations | Health certificates | Heartworm tests | Fecal tests | Heartworm prevention | Flea and tick prevention | Behavior consults | Toenail trims (with sedation if desired) | Anal Gland expression | Fine needle aspirates (for lumps and bumps)
Services for Sick Pets
Vomiting | Diarrhea | Coughing | Skin problems (itchy skin, allergies, infections) | Ear infections | Limping, joint problems | Urinary tract infections | Unexplained weight loss | Loss of appetite | Diabetes | Hyperthyroidism | Back pain | Prescriptions | Home hospice care | Home euthanasia
Services for Emergencies
Pain control | Hydration | Laboratory tests | Wound treatments | Bandages | Splints
*X-rays provided at local animal hospitals or emergency hospitals. Pet transportation provided if desired.
*Patients who require general anesthesia or surgery will also be transported or referred to a local animal hospital or emergency hospital.
Comments from Fearrington Village Residents:
“Dr. Laurie Droke of Fearrington Veterinary House Calls is wonderful. She lives in the Village and is a highly skilled and caring vet.”
“Dr Laurie Droke is fabulous. I use her and have been more than pleased. She comes into your home and is totally professional and great with pets.”
“Dr Laurie Droke, Fearrington Veterinary House Calls, 919-548-8413. She euthanized one of our cats and was here this evening to treat another. Very caring and professional.”
“Dr. Laurie Droke, highly recommend.”
“Highly recommend Dr. Laurie Droke Fearrington veterinary house calls. She is kind, compassionate and professional.”
“We would like to sing the praises of Dr Laurie Droke of Fearrington Veterinary House Calls. Recently it became clear after a long battle with cancer for our dog Mutt, it was time to end the ordeal. We really wanted to do it at our/his home. Neighbors and as our regular vet recommended Dr Laurie Droke to help us in our time of need. When we contacted her, she was able to respond quickly and we had our first visit almost right away. She was great with both us and Mutt. We had scheduled a second visit in a week but only 3 days later it became obvious that the time had come. We called Dr Droke and even though it was a Saturday, she was able to come over that afternoon. Dr Droke is a very compassionate person and helped us immensely through this final process. We don’t think you could find a better vet.”
“Laurie Droke, Fearrington Veterinary House Calls, is my cat’s primary medical care giver and she’s great.”
Hill Creek Veterinary Hospital, located at 75 Old Graham Rd., Pittsboro, NC 27312, is a full service small animal hospital conceived of and started in 1997 by two area veterinarians who saw a need for high quality veterinary care delivered with compassion and empathy. Hill Creek is located in Pittsboro in the middle of Chatham County NC and attracts clients from all over the Triangle area. zheir doctors, Dr. Bonnie Ammerman, Dr. Cindy Jones, and Dr. Lydia Scheidler, are committed to providing excellent care in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. They are available for appointments pertaining to preventive health care, client education, disease and injury, dental care, nutrition, alternative treatments, and consultation on behavior and life stage care. The technical staff consists of 3 registered technicians, 2 assistants, and 2 receptionists.
Browse their website for further information about the hospital and staff, services, their partners ,and resources for you and how to contact the clinic. If you have a question, please call or email them at using the contact information found below, and they will respond promptly.
COVID-19 NOTICE: Hope Crossing Animal Hospital, located at 58 E. Cotton Rd Pittsboro, NC 27312, will continue to provide the highest level of care and compassion for our beloved patients. During this unprecedented time, we appreciate your patience and understanding while we continue to navigate the rising concerns of the COVID-19 virus. In the event that you or anyone in your family develops flu-like symptoms, we do ask that you please contact our office prior to your appointment for guidance or make arrangements to have your pet brought in by a non household member. We are currently following the recommendations of state and local governments by offering *CURBSIDE SERVICE ONLY *until otherwise stated. We ask that all clients remain outside and in your vehicle unless otherwise instructed. Upon arrival at our hospital, please call 919-542-1975 so that we can alert our staff and gather all of the necessary information via phone. We hope you and your family continue to stay safe and healthy.
Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (919) 542-1975!
From pre-appointment to post-appointment we take care of you every step of the way. We ensure that your pet is well cared for and that you can be comfortable with the decisions that you’re making because you’re well-informed of all your options. We’ll treat your companion with compassionate care.
If you live in Pittsboro or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Our team is staffed with licensed NC veterinarians, treating all types of pets. Your pets’ health and well being are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.
Hope Crossing Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Our team members have years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and calm, so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our Pittsboro veterinarians.
We are happy to offer a number of resources, including an on-line pharmacy, that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site The URL link is in the contact information below), particularly the informational articles. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call (919) 542-1975 or email us and we’ll promptly get back to you. Our Pittsboro veterinary office is very easy to get to — just check out the map below! We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter, which is created especially for Pittsboro pet owners.
Jordan Lake Animal Hospital is located at 50-B Chatham Corners Drive, P.O. Box 909, Pittsboro, NC 27312.
Use the URL hot-link below to browse their website for a full description of their practice, staff, services, care guidelines, and more.