At Animal Hospital of North Asheville, our vets offer comprehensive veterinary care for cats and dogs. We are proud to serve families and their pets throughout the Asheville and surrounding areas, including Weaverville, Mars Hill, Black Mountain, Biltmore Forest, Candler, Fletcher, and beyond.
Complete Veterinary Care
The experienced veterinary team at Animal Hospital of North Asheville provides comprehensive treatment options for your animal companion, using current technology, an on-site diagnostics laboratory, gentle and low stress handling techniques, and on-site pharmacy.
Our vets take the time to get to know each animal they see as an individual, and provide customized veterinary treatment plans to meet their unique needs.
We're dedicated to providing our patients and their people with a positive experience each time they visit our veterinary hospital.
Great Value Meets Great Quality
We always aim to achieve the best possible outcomes for our patients at a price that's fair and affordable for their people.
To this end, we focus on preventing health problems from developing in the first place with regular preventive care, including examinations and checkups, and routine vaccinations and parasite prevention.
Service You Can Trust
Our veterinarians and staff are deeply invested in the health, happiness and comfort of our patients, many of whom we've known and cared for since they were puppies or kittens.
We will always recommend treatment and care that puts their best interests first, just like we would for our own pets.
New Patients Always Welcome
If you're looking for a vet in the Asheville area, we'd love to hear from you! Learn what to expect during your pet's first appointment with us.
At Our Hospital
Separate Cat & Dog Areas
Overnight Patient Care
Intensive Care Pods
Client Visiting Hours
Your Choice of Primary Vet
Comfortable Waiting Area
Beverages While You Wait
Outdoor Waiting Area Option
In-House Lab & Pharmacy
Accreditations & Certifications
To better serve our patients and their people, we're committed to maintaining the rigorous standards of veterinary service and care set out by the following organizations.