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Martin's Point Veterinary Hospital

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(3 Reviews)

6405 N Croatan Hwy, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949

(252) 261-2250

Today: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
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Phone: (252) 261-0621

Fax: (252) 261-7387

Fax: (252) 261-0621

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Veterinarians, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinary Specialty Services, Pet Services, Pet Grooming, Veterinarian Emergency Services
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Specialties: Pocket Pets, Dentistry, Small Animals


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Obxgal 1.



My review is strictly based off of my encounter with the reception desk. I have to start by saying I have always had an outstanding experience with the vet and techs that have worked with us. I went in simply to pick up meds. First off, I am never greeted when I walk in. Someone may glance at me but avoid eye contact at all costs as though trying to avoid me. After about 10 minutes I politely asked if I could pick up said meds and was told we'll be with you when we're done. As they continued to sit at desk for roughly 15-20 more minutes. I don't expect to be top priority but I also don't expect to be left waiting 30 minutes to simply pick up meds when nobody else is in the waiting room. We go as needed and I feel like every time I walk in it's like ohhh why is she here again. If it wasn't for my experience with the vet, I would be going elsewhere already.

Linda C.



Responsive to new patient, 15 year old, companion. Compassionate. Excellent follow through with attention to details. Oh, and the 6 year old border collie mix loves them too.




This was 3 years ago. I had an Airedale Terrier. I went to California for a week. I got a call that my dog was ill with an ear infection and I gave permission to treat. When I got back they handed my dog to my on a cart. She was so dizzy (vertigo) she could not stand on her own. Her paws were skinned from all the attempts at standing up. She had been struggling for 2 days. No other phone calls. They gave my sweet dog back to me unable to stand or walk. I had to carry her up the stairs and take care of her for 3 more days before she could safely navigate. I had to cleand her paws for several says until they healed. Shame on them for not treating her vertigo with some sedation so she struggle to stand.

I am wagering she had no care at night so she spent all night by herself struggling. I am writing this now as I have a new Airedale and was looking for boarding. It won't be in a place where she got an infection and they left her to fend for herself for 3 days.