I have been very proud to have Dr. Bonilla as my vet for the past three years. She has been a wonderful and caring vet for both of my beagles Mr. beau 9 and Cassie Jane 14. Thanks to her acupuncture Mr. Beau is back up and running on the beach going up stairs and doing what a beagle loves to do explore. She removed Cassie Jane’s spleen on April 6th 2015 due to cancer, she was up front and said that she could not cure the cancer but after six rounds of chemo and herbal supplements Cassie Jane as has made it to 455 days of living and enjoying life, and we look forward to many more days . So thanks Dr. Bonilla. I look forward to many more years of care for my beagles with you.
Raymond E. Tucker
Exploratory. Preventive. Pain relieving. Life saving. Regardless of the reason for surgery, we will be with you every step of the way and promise your pet will always be pain-free during and post-surgery.
If your pet experiences signs of a health problem such as vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, blood in urine or feces, or itchy skin we will work with you and your pet to diagnose the underlying cause of the presenting medical issue.
Tooth extractions. Periodontal disease. When your pet needs more than just a teeth cleaning, we have the experience and skills to help. Using state-of-the-art dental technology, including digital dental x-rays, you can be assured we will catch all dental problems occurring below the gum line.
We use the latest in digital radiography for taking full-body and dental x-rays. Faster diagnosis as x-rays are captured in seconds not minutes. Safer for your pet due to reduced radiation exposure levels. Superior detail and image quality ensures nothing will be missed.
A non-invasive and painless imaging technique that uses reflections of ultrasonic waves, or echoes, to examine internal organs. The technique is very useful in evaluating heart conditions and identifying changes in abdominal organs. Ultrasonography is also helpful in the diagnosis of cysts and tumors.
Hospice Care & Euthanasia
The hardest part of being a pet parent is knowing when to say goodbye. We pledge to work with you and your pet to ensure our focus is on days filled with life and not illness. It is our mission to deliver outstanding care for your pet, to guide you, to always honor your choices, and to still be there for you after your pet’s journey has ended. If you find you are struggling with your grief over the loss of your furry friend, please consider joining our FREE Pet Grief Support Group, which meets at 7pm every third Tuesday of the month at South Mecklenburg Presbyterian Church. It is led by Jeff Brockman, a licensed therapist, specializing in bereavement.