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February 20, 2018 - 9:32pm

We are blessed to live in an area that mostly avoids extreme weather conditions like blizzards and hurricanes, but sometimes inclement weather does occur. Patient care is of paramount importance to us, but so is the safety of our staff.

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November 19, 2017 - 4:33pm

Animal Hospital of North Asheville was proud to present the 14th Annual Taste of Compassion benefiting the animal of the Asheville Humane Society.

It was a night of glamour, great music, wonderful food, craft beverages and a community coming together to help local animals in need.

All together, $147,500 was raised! Thank you to all of the attendees, bidders, sponsors and auction donors! The Asheville Humane Society and the Animal Hospital of North Asheville are so thankful for all the generosity and support!

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November 19, 2017 - 4:17pm

Thanksgiving is a great holiday! It gives us an opportunity to gather for a wonderful meal with our family and friends, but it also is a wonderful occasion to reflect on all of the blessings that we are grateful for. In addition to our individual gratitude, all of us at Animal Hospital of North Asheville are grateful for….

YOU – our wonderful clients! You love your pets as part of your family, and you entrust their care to us. Whether you’re a new member of our family or you’ve been coming here since we opened in 1977, we couldn’t do what we do without you....

November 19, 2017 - 3:30pm

At the Animal Hospital of North Asheville, we are always learning! Throughout the year, our veterinarians, management, client care and patient care team members spend countless hours learning via in-house, online and off-site continuing education opportunities and veterinary conferences. October was no exception as several of our veterinarians attended national veterinary conferences throughout the United States.

In early October, Doctors Paul Duncan and Susan Wootten attended the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference in New Jersey. This week-long educational conference offered...

November 19, 2017 - 3:11pm

THANKSGIVING

  • Wednesday, Nov. 22nd 7:30am-5pm
  • Thursday, Nov. 23rd CLOSED
  • Friday, Nov. 24th normal hours 7:30am-8:30pm

CHRISTMAS

  • Saturday 12/23 open as usual
  • Sunday 12/24 closed (no urgent care)
  • Monday 12/25 closed

NEW YEARS

  • Saturday 12/30 open as usual
  • Sunday 12/31 closed (no urgent care)
  • Monday 1/1 closed

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November 19, 2017 - 2:55pm

Please help us as we once again hold our annual Holiday Pet Food...

October 31, 2017 - 6:19pm
  • Wednesday, Nov. 22nd  7:30am-5pm
  • Thursday, Nov. 23rd CLOSED
  • Friday, Nov. 24th normal hours 7:30am-8:30pm

For pet emergencies when we are closed, please call REACH (Regional Emergency Animal Care Hospital) at 665-4399. REACH has a doctor and nursing staff on the premises whenever we are closed. They will provide our hospital with a written record of your pet’s visit, by fax, to be placed in your pet’s permanent medical records and reviewed by one of our doctors.

October 12, 2017 - 8:19pm

Whether you and your pets are new to AHNA, or if you’ve been seeing us for years, you have probably noticed we do things a little differently here. Treats are offered generously, pets are examined on soft, cozy blankets instead of cold metal tables, and you’re welcome to accompany your pet nearly everywhere they go in the hospital. These are examples of our efforts to reduce any discomfort, fear, anxiety and stress that your pet may experience during their visit. Although AHNA has been thinking along these lines for many years, there’s now a world-wide initiative that offers ...

September 25, 2017 - 8:38pm

In the past several years there has been an increase in severe weather. Recently hurricanes like Irma, Ivan, Harvey and Katrina have devastated areas. Wildfires like the Party Rock wildfire and the Gatlinburg wildfires forced families to leave their homes. Severe weather is not limited to wildfires and hurricanes; tornadoes, earthquakes, house fires, flooding and severe winter weather can force families to flee for safety. Many times families may not have a chance to prepare. They just need to grab and go. That is why it is important to have an escape plan for people and pets.
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