After Hours Emergency Care
Happy Tails Veterinary Emergency Clinic
- 2936 Battleground Avenue
- Greensboro, NC 27408
- (336) 288-2688
After Hours Emergency Care
Animal Emergency and Trauma Center
- 501 Nicholas Road
- Greensboro, NC 27409
Dog Behavior & Training Information
We believe the best training methods for dogs are built on trust. You need to be a kind, patient and consistent leader for your dog. Here are some helpful information links:
General Payment Information
- Full Payment is required at the time of service.
- Each client is entitled to an itemized estimate prior to treatment
- Deposits are required prior to the admission of a pet to the hospital and the full balance is due when the pet is released from the hospital.
- Payment types accepted: Cash, Personal local checks (with proper ID), Debit Cards, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Care Credit.
trupanion Medical Health Insurance
We recommend Trupanion medical insurance for your pets. They are easy to work with and they have the most comprehensive coverage in the industry. Our clients that have signed up have been very happy with Trupanion insurance.
Please adopt, don’t shop for your next furry family member. Dr. Oliver has rescued several animals from the Guilford County Animal Shelter who were all scheduled to be euthanized due to archaic and inhumane County policies. All pit bulls, rottweilers and chows are automatically euthanized no matter what. 99% of these dogs that are dumped at the shelter are nice dogs, but instead of temperament testing them they are all sentenced to death. Friendly, healthy dogs, even puppies are being killed every day just because of the way they look. If they look like they might be a pit, rottie or chow they are euthanized. The same things happen with cats who are brought into a very stressful environment and handled in stressful ways. If a cat hisses or tries to scratch after it has been traumatized by being taken from it’s home or grabbed by a rabies pole and shoved into a loud chaotic environment, it is labeled temperamental and euthanized. The vast majority of these cats if handled with kindness and respect and housed in a less stressful manner would make perfectly good pets. Here are some of the animals we have saved and hope you will consider making them part of your family and giving them a forever home. If you don’t see someone on our web page who fits you then visit the SPCA of the Triad. They are a no-kill shelter and they believe in giving every homeless animal in Guilford County the chance to shelter and heal in their facility until they are ready to be adopted out to their forever homes. Please consider supporting this wonderful non-profit organization by donating dollars, food or your time as a volunteer.
Cat Friendly Hospital
We want to help you keep your cat healthy and happy for as long as possible.
NC State Veterinary Hospital
NC State Veterinary Hospital 1052 William Moore Dr. Raleigh, NC 27607 Emergencies: 919-513-6911
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Break the Chain Kennel Kru
Based in Greensboro, NC, “Break the Chain Kennel Kru” was launched in January 2016 after completing our first 2 kennel builds. We are a small group of volunteers dedicated to making a difference in the lives of chained dogs.
North Carolina State: Canine Influenza
Up to date information on Canine Influenza provided by North Carolina State University