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Plaza Veterinary Hospital is your friendly "fur child pediatrician." We are a full service animal hospital that strives to make your pet's care convenient, inviting and affordable. We take emergency cases as well as routine medical, and surgical patients or even those seeking less common services such as acupuncture. Beyond providing thorough, and progressive medical care, we make every effort to make our clinic comfortable, friendly, and calm so you and your pet can relax. We also pride ourselves on creating a low pressure situation so that you can make the best decision for your pet and family after being given all the options.
We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take even better care of your pets- there is a newsletter you can subscribe to via our website and we also make educational, fun and informative posts on our Facebook page and blog. Please feel free to give us a call with your everyday questions too. We love to talk and would rather you get an expert answer than put your pet's health in the hands of a potentially untrained store worker or the mind boggling confusion of different internet sources.
If your pet requires immediate care, please give us a call rather than waiting for email.
At Plaza Veterinary Hospital, we strive to treat your pet just as we would another valued family member.
Dr. Madison Cloninger
Burlington Veterinarian | Plaza Veterinary Hospital | 336-229-5376
2655 Ramada Road
Burlington, NC 27215
There is not another animal hospital that I feel more comfortable leaving my babies with.
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