Recent studies suggest that people who work in veterinary medicine are at a high risk for mental health disorders. At CARE, we take these studies very seriously. We have implemented policies and procedures to help any employee face disorders such as compassion fatigue...
Charlotte Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) is seeking experienced veterinary technicians for our busy ICU and Emergency departments. Third shift positions are available. ER technicians duties include: Triaging incoming emergency patients and managing their care...
We are seeking passionate, experienced full-time client services representatives to join our growing team. Ideal candidate will be friendly, courteous, have attention to detail and be a team player. Responsibilities include but are not limited to greeting clients,...
We’re excited to announce that our team has expanded to meet the needs of your pets! In the past month, we have welcomed three new veterinarians, Drs. Debra C. James, Kelly Lang and Elizabeth Thompson. Dr. James and Dr. Lang are both members of the Emergency Services...
Charlotte Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) is offering a one-year rotating internship for new veterinary technician graduates. The internship will provide direct supervision, teach advanced technical skills and provide hands on experience that will give...
World Veterinary Day is recognized on April 28th (though it's pretty much Veterinary Day at CARE everyday! It got us thinking, though, that we should ask each of our vets why they chose veterinary medicine and what keeps them inspired in their careers. ... See MoreSee Less
We will always be grateful for the love and care that you showed our Lilybean.
The love of what they do is evident every day! Our pets couldn’t be in better, more caring hands. ❤️💙
The best vets in town👍. Golly knows I have used several of them !
Pet Palooza is this Saturday and it looks like it's going to be a beautiful day! Come out to support the Humane Society's mission of delivering effective, innovative services that strengthen the human-animal bond and improve the lives of companion animals and the people who care about them. And stop by our booth for a visit!
Pet Palooza is coming up!! There will be fun activities for people and pets alike!
Who? Humane Society of Charlotte
What? The event features a walk along the wide dog-friendly paths, vendor fair, adoption area, music, picnic pavilion, food trucks and a beer garden.
Where? McAlpine Creek Park
When? Saturday, April 27th from 12 to 4 pm
Why? Last year, Pet Palooza raised over $100,000 to help further HSC's mission of delivering effective, innovative services that strengthen the human-animal bond and improve the lives of pets and the people who care about them. As a sponsor, we would like to help raise even more money this year! ... See MoreSee Less
"As it turns out, food allergies are not as common as many pet food companies and websites may like for you to think. And while food allergies are one possible cause for your dog’s itchy skin and ear infections or your cat’s diarrhea, there are many more likely causes which may have nothing to do with the food."
Dog and cat vaccine resistance is a growing trend in the U.S. Vaccinations prepare our pets' immune systems to fight off dangerous diseases. Talk to your primary vet to keep up with your dog's shots and tap to read more about why you shouldn't resist vaccinations. ... See MoreSee Less
I'm not sure the anti-vaxxers are to blame. A friend stopped vaccinating their cats after their cat lost a leg due to injection site sarcoma. Several others who knew of their situation stopped vaccinating too. I'll admit that injection site sarcoma worries me too but I've chosen to vaccinate anyway. I lost a cat to feline leukemia once so I know the importance of vaccinating (and keeping cats inside).
Watch a litter of surrendered puppies die of parvo. That will change their mind. Spend a week with other fosters rotating time to run fluids and push meds. I'm a very against massive doses of combo vaccines every year, but do your research folks. AAHA has an excellent vaccination protocol that has worked excellent for us.
we're lapsing into the dark ages
Some motivation (and all the feels) for you on this Monday morning! ... See MoreSee Less
We couldn't be more excited that all these dogs and cats found their forever homes over the weekend!
We're sponsoring Humane Society of Charlotte's Adoption Program for the month of April. If you and your family are looking for a furry friend, adopt..don't shop!Thank you to our April Monthly Adoption sponsor, @CareCharlotte - we had an amazing weekend! Let's hope for another awesome week ahead! ... See MoreSee Less
Four weeks prior to his recheck appointment with Dr. Fauber, Kaitz couldn’t walk. Upon his recheck (four weeks after back surgery), he climbed into Jackie’s lap for proper snuggles all on his own. We’re proud of you, Kaitz! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
How awesome it was to leave him knowing how well taken care of he was! When I came to visit once while he was there, he went to one of the nurses OVER me! His grandmother who keeps him regularly! Now that tells you they not only TREAT animals at CARE, they love them also.
Thank you Dr. Fauber, Jackie, and Carrie! Kaitz and I are so grateful for you all!
Love this place they are the best, treat every pet like they are special!
That’s because Dr. Amy Fauber is the best!!!!
Thinking of pranking your pet today? Either way, consider yourself warned that today is April Fool's Day...Best 'What the fluff' Challenge Videos Ever | What the fluff Challenge compilation! 😱😂 Part 18 If you're a dog lover, then the 'What the Fluff' challenge is ... ... See MoreSee Less
Rachel Gallegos, Vet Tech on our Surgery team, volunteered at Iditarod in February. She said, "Iditarod is often accused of cruelty toward the dogs who compete in the race. However, having seen firsthand how much the mushers care for their dogs and how comprehensive the medical evaluation process is, I wanted to share my experience."
Click or tap to read about her week at The Great Last Race. ... See MoreSee Less
My vet (Gayle Tate from Woodbury TN) volunteers every year at the Iditarod. Small world. :)
We <3 Miss Rachel!
Susan Dudgeon one of our Charlotte CARE vets writes about her experience.
This weather doesn't just encourage us to get outside and let our pets enjoy the great outdoors. Copperheads have also emerged. Educate yourself on what to do if your pet is bitten. And store our contact information in your phone just in case. 704.457.2300. ... See MoreSee Less