Boarding-Grooming-Dental Care-Surgery-Pet Supplies-In-House Lab Testing- Drop Offs accepted - Pet Accessories -All exotics accepted.
Lake Wheeler Veterinary Hospital is a small full service Veterinary Hospital dedicated to providing great service with a family like atmosphere for both you and your pets. We treat Dogs, Cats and many exotics at our state of the art facility. We provide in house blood work, on site digital radiography, surgery and dentistry. With our use of Idexx 4DX heartworm tests, your pets are able to be screened in house for Lyme Disease, E.canis and Anaplasmosis which are all tick borne diseases. For heartworm disease, we are dedicated to providing the most advanced services including Cold Laser treatments with Erchonia. Cold Laser can be performed for a wide variety of conditions in your pet. It can help with the pain of Osteoarthritis, torn Cruciate ligaments and help in healing post operatively from surgery. It also helps with Eosinphilic Granulomatous Complex lesions, pain and inflammation from snake bites and many more conditions. Lake Wheeler Veterinary Hospital houses the most advanced and newest options of flea and tick products by Elanco. We carry all of the Hill's Science diets and Prescription diets in stock and can be special ordered on a weekly basis. We have a Board certified radiographer and ultrasonographer in Cindy Godshalk, DVM performs services in house on an appointment only basis. Please call today for your appointment.
About Dr. Sandra Grant: I am a 1994 graduate of the North Carolina State University Veterinary School. I have enjoyed a varied and exciting career and have loved owning Lake Wheeler Veterinary Hospital. We strive to provide up to date care for all of our patients and treat them and their owners like family. Being a smaller facility allows more of personal one on one care. My hope is that allows for a better appreciation for our staff and services and that we build great community relationships. I have special interests in ferrets and coatimundis (South American Raccoon) and am the lead veterinarian for the Logan and Abby Fund for Coatimundi Rescue. I enjoy geriatric patients very much and find pediatric patients a welcome challenge and joy each day. I enjoy a close relationship with local wildlife rehabbers. I work closely with various organizations that help animals and a passionate equestrian. My staff and I are committed to providing excellent care in helping your pet.
Dr. Grant has written a handbook to care for young and juevenile coatimundis. I have a number of published articles: Fall Issue of Triangle Dog Magazine, Exotic DVM Magazine 2008, Zoo Biology 1994, Yerkes Primate Center Quarterly News Bulletin 1994, Raleigh News and Observer, Wildlife Welfare Inc. Newsletter, NCRAOA Newsletter, Wake Living Magazine 2010 and NCSU-VMTH website. I have also been a guest on WTVD 11’s Ask the Veterinarian morning segment and I have guest lectured for Companion Animal Management 400 class and club from 2005-2009; as well as for the Pre-Vet Club.
EMERGENCY? If you have an emergency outside of our regular business hours, we recommend that you contact one of the below emergency facilities: North Carolina State Veterinary Teaching Hospital at 919-513-6500 Veterinary Specialty Hospital at 919-233-4911 Animal Emergency Clinic of Cary 919-462-8989 After Hours Small Animal Emergency Clinic 919-781-5145