Veterinarian in Morrisville, NC
Shiloh Animal Hospital
Shiloh Animal Hospital is an innovative, full-service animal hospital located in Morrisville, NC. Our veterinarians are dedicated to providing the best care for your animal by combining modern conventional medicine with traditional Eastern medicine and tailoring them to the individual needs of your dog or cat. We believe in treating the whole pet, focusing on the prevention of disease and the maintenance of health and wellness.
~ Our Core Values ~
Strive to Exhibit Emotional Intelligence
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of pets do you see?
We see the following types of animals:
Do I need an appointment?
Appointments are preferred, however we always try our best to accommodate walk-ins.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and CareCredit. For more information about CareCredit, please click the button below.CareCredit
How do I know if my pet is in pain?
It can sometimes be difficult to tell. If you are not sure but suspect your dog or cat might be hurting, or if they are just not acting like themselves, call us to have us examine your pet. Some signs of pain are more obvious, such as limping, but some signs are more subtle and can include not eating, a change in behavior or normal habits, being more tired, panting, and having less energy. Of course, these symptoms can be associated with many causes, so early observation and action is important.
Are there any special at-home care instructions for my dog or cat before undergoing surgery?
Please do not feed your pet after Midnight the evening before a scheduled procedure. There is no restriction on drinking water. Plan to arrive at Shiloh Animal Hospital between 7:30 – 8:00, allowing 30 minutes for check-in procedures. If you’d like to complete the drop-off paperwork in advance, click the button below to visit our drop-off consent form page.Surgical Procedure Form
Do you recommend vaccinations?
Vaccines are an important part of your dog or cat’s health care. Vaccines keep your pet healthy and prevent serious diseases. However, we tailor the vaccine recommendations to your pet’s lifestyle. Visit our Preventative & Wellness Care page for more information.Preventive & Wellness Care