ABOUT PETSOUND ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Where Pets Come First
PetSound Animal Hospital provides full service care for the life of your four-legged companion. From puppy or kitten hood to the aging senior dog or cat, we will ensure that your cherished companion receives modern preventative care, wellness counseling, and appropriate screening tests. If the unthinkable happens and your pet is injured or becomes critically ill, we have the facilities and equipment to provide for their needs.
We offer preventative and wellness services including vaccinations, annual examinations, obesity prevention, early disease detection, and annual screening tests. We also have progressive endoscopy, ultrasound, surgical, overnight boarding and doggie daycare services. Our hospital is equipped to treat conditions from the common--such as allergic skin disease, ear infections, and dental disease--to the chronic or complex--such as diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, and chronic urinary or intestinal conditions.
Our veterinary staff includes a board-certified internist with over 30 years experience caring for pets with complex conditions. Dr. Kevin Monce has helped many companion pets when their owners arrived at PetSound as a last hope. Theirs are some of the happy stories you'll find on our website.
Please call us at (919) 851-4114 with any questions regarding appointments, ongoing treatments, or emergencies.
Our lobby will remain closed until further notice.
-We ask that clients remain in their vehicle with all communications being done over speaker phone throughout the visit. A technician will come out to your vehicle and bring your pet inside for the veterinarian to proceed with the exam or treatment.
-Please remove all personal items from your pet as they cannot be kept with the pet while in the hospital, including harnesses, collars, leashes, etc.
-Please understand that we are practicing the 'social distancing' recommendations and maintaining a distance of 6 feet from others and we will not be shaking hands.
-Discharges will be done over the phone by a technician or veterinarian prior to bringing your pet out to your vehicle. A receptionist will collect payment over the phone as well.
-It is essential that anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough or shortness of breath) or has traveled to an area of the United States with a high incidence of COVID-19 call us in advance so that we may contact public health officials and discuss how to proceed with your pets appointment.