Welcome to CARE
The advanced medical center for pets.
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.
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.
In 2015, CARE opened in Charlotte with a bold, powerful mission: Our founders — Drs. Laura Dvorak, Amy Fauber, and Peggy Sayer — envisioned setting a new standard by providing board-certified veterinary specialty and 24/7 emergency care with expertise and compassion....
Hearing that your dog or cat needs a limb amputated seems frightening at first. How can pets cope with spending the rest of their days on three legs? Yet animals adjust surprisingly quickly to what veterinarians call “the tripod life” after limb amputations. You can...
Anybody with children knows red or pink eyes could mean conjunctivitis. This is a common bacterial infection treated with antibiotics or OTC remedies and isolation. But swelling and redness in the eyes of your dog – or, much less frequently, your cat – may mean...