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A Special Place For Your Four-Legged Friend

When it comes to veterinary care in Beaufort and Carteret County, you have lots of choices. What you’ll only get with us is a personal connection that makes you feel like part of the family.

That’s because we base our care on treating others as we would like to be treated. For you, this means open, honest communication. For your pet, it means toys, treats, and gentle, reassuring touches.

You see, at Live Oak Veterinary Hospital, our goal is to become more than just your pet’s doctor. We want to become your trusted veterinary partner in Beaufort and Carteret County; your invaluable resource; a shoulder to lean on, and an ear to listen.

We want visits to your local Beaufort and Carteret County vet to be a positive experience – something your best friend not only tolerates, but actually looks forward to. As a result, the level of care we deliver is simply second to none.

We are a full-service, small animal health care provider offering a complete array of services to support all your companion’s needs over the years. We also offer preventative care plans, as well as a flexible spending allowance for additional needs, such as dental cleanings, sick visits, and more. 

Whether you’re new to the Carteret County or Beaufort area, recently adopted a new pet or you’re tired of being treated like just another number, give us a try. We’re confident that once you’ve experienced individualized health care with a warm, personal touch, you’ll want to partner with us for life.

Call us veterinarian today, or better yet – stop by and visit! We can’t wait to meet you!

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