Cape Fear Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Fayetteville, NC

Any glimpse into the life of an animal quickens our own and makes it so much the larger and better in every way. - John Muir, Naturalist

Cape Fear Animal Hospital’s mission is to provide compassionate medical care to our patients, to give excellent service to our clients, and to nurture the remarkable bond and understanding between our human clients and our animal patients.

Cape Fear Animal Hospital is a well established, full service small animal hospital offering a range of medical and surgical services in Fayetteville, North Carolina; we even offer pet boarding. Our experienced team of veterinarians and support staff proudly serve the surrounding communities of Spring Lake, Raeford, Hope Mills, Lillington, Stedman, Autryville, St Pauls and Red Springs. We welcome you to our practice; it is our daily privilege to provide compassionate and competent veterinary care to your pet. Our goal is to be a positive impact on our patients, clients, and the community.

Cape Fear Animal Hospital offers medical, surgical, and dental care for dogs and cats. We offer a variety of medical services including general wellness exams, dentistry, spays and neuters, pain management, an on-site pharmacy and basic grooming (baths, nail trims and nail dremels). We also provide a full scale health program for your pet that includes annual preventative care exams, vaccinations, and parasite control. We strive to offer optimal veterinary care, thus enabling you to enjoy your companion for a maximum number of years.

At Cape Fear Animal Hospital, we believe quality yet affordable veterinary care should be available to all animals in the greater Fayetteville area. To schedule an appointment, call us on the number listed above or request an appointment online. Also be sure to check out our online specials. Our team of skilled veterinary staff looks forward to helping you and the health of your pet.



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Pain Management

In recent years, veterinarians have made great progress in understanding how animals feel pain. Read More >

Refer a Friend!

The highest compliment you can pay us is to recommend us to your family and friends! In return, we would like to say thank you by crediting your account $25 each time a new family member or friend brings their pet in for the first time. Read More >

Routine Check-Ups

Wellness exams are a simple and effective way of monitoring your pet's health. Early detection and correction of medical problems will help to ensure that your pet will love a long, healthy and active life. Read More >