Carver Street Animal Hospital is located in north Durham, near the intersection of Guess Road and Carver Street. This small animal hospital is one of the first veterinary hospitals in Durham, and has been under the Carver Street Animal Hospital name since 1992.
Our veterinarians are Dr. Kelley Crabtree, Dr. Curtis Bashor, Dr. Liz Sankey, and Dr. Amy Gillian. Our doctors and staff are committed to providing your pets with the finest quality care. We strive to serve all of our clients and their pet's individual needs with dedication, compassion and understanding.
As Durham has grown, Carver Street Animal Hospital has also grown. We have updated our equipment and facilities so that we may provide the local pet community with the best possible care. We understand that your pet is an integral part of your family. Our policy is to provide informative, supportive care and services for every stage of your pet's life.
The Carver Street Animal Hospital team of veterinarians and staff offer the Durham area pet owners the following: daytime emergency veterinary support, wellness and preventive healthcare, as well as medical, surgical and dental services. With our in-house pharmacy, in-house laboratory equipment and access to specialists, we offer your pets' complete health and medical care in one stop.
Remember, at Carver Street Animal Hospital, your pets are our family!!
Dr. Kelley Crabtree, Dr. Curtis Bashor, Dr. Liz Sankey, and Dr. Amy Gillian
Durham Veterinarian | Carver Street Animal Hospital | 919-477-7319
2703 Carver St
Durham, NC 27705
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