Welcome to CARE
Supporting Charlotte’s pets with board-certified specialists and emergency care.
In a way, pets are like people. Sometimes they require special, expert care – and that can happen suddenly. That’s why CARE is here. We’ve assembled the board–certified specialties your pet needs and deserves, in a setting that’s medically advanced and always compassionate. We also have 24-hour emergency services, all under one roof, for your peace of mind.
We drive ourselves to exceed your expectations while treating every pet as if he or she was our own. For referrals, we work closely with your veterinarian and, as a team, diagnose the condition and plan a course of treatment with careful consideration for quality of life.
Because our focus is on pets’ more advanced medical needs, we do not offer these services: spay and neuter services, teeth cleaning, vaccinations and immunizations and boarding. These are areas of expertise for primary veterinarians.
CARE is the pet equivalent of a human medical center.
Dr. Peggy Sayer, Cardiologist and Owner of CARE, was interviewed by WCNC last week about a controversial story in Virginia. Watch her interview now. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Beth Martel Bailey
Come see us at the CARE tent at the Heroes Helping Humans event in Mooresville! This event is to promote awareness of service dogs in our community, and fundraising supports Lake Norman Humane and Project K-9 Heroes in honor of Officer Shelton and his dog Ramon. We hope to see you there!!! ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
High blood pressure in dogs may be pretty rare, affecting between .5% and 10% of dogs between the ages of 2 and 14. Secondary hypertension, which accounts for 80 percent of all hypertension cases, may be due to a variety of factors, including renal disease, hormonal fluctuation, and hyperthyroidism. #BloodPressureAwareness ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Clarissa, a seeing eye dog and Bella, a therapy dog with Levine Cancer Center came in to see Dr. Broadwater and his team for their free eye exams during National Service Dog Eye Examination Month! We are so proud of all of our sweet and loving service and therapy dogs, and all their hard work! #nationalservicedogeyeexaminationmonth ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Dr Broadwater and his team are the best! Dr Broadwater, came in on his day off and examined Maia and did her eye surgery same time with no hesitation! 👍🙏
Dr. Broadwater is wonderful!
Glad to hear that Dr Broadwater is so good. If he is originally from Maryland, we are probably cousins.....and, animal lovers!!! 🐕❤️🐕
Official reason for visit: BAER testing (testing for hearing) with Dr. Fauber.
Unofficial reason for visit: photo shoot and puppy therapy. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Omg!!! I want one. Who has this liter??
“Best way to optimize your cat nap? Nap in your favorite hoodie.”-Oscar
Oscar wasn’t too thrilled to be woken from his slumber, but when he learned it was because his Momma was taking him home, he didn’t seem to mind anymore. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
He was so happy to be home! His brother missed him so much and gave him lots of kisses. You can follow their crazy adventures on Instagram at cmbeltz2.
That's one big cat!
Awwwwhhh my boyfriend. I love him sooooo much
Oh this is too funny. How did I not see this guy! ❤️🐾
Latest Blog Posts
Our veterinarians are writing and posting articles to our blog. Our vets are highly qualified and board-certified in a range of specialties. Each vet will focus on their area of expertise to provide readers with rich content that we hope will give you guidance with pet care, and insight into pet health.
Snakes bite around 150,000 animals per year in the United States. 90% of these occur between April and October. However, as temperatures continue to rise, snake bites are more likely to occur outside of these months. Venomous Snakes In North Carolina Do not assume...read more
Pets fill so many people’s hearts with love and joy, while asking for very little in return. Even more amazingly, certain animals are able to provide services for people in need and, in turn, many people depend on service dogs for their daily routine. What Service...read more
World Veterinary Day falls on April 28th. While it’s kind of always Veterinary Day around CARE, the holiday reminded us why we chose veterinary medicine and what inspires us in our careers. Cardiology Dr. Peggy Sayer: I became a vet because I was interested in working...read more