Animal Hospital of Lenoir County

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Animal Hospital of Lenoir County
Animal Hospital of Lenoir County is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in La Grange, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Hospital of Lenoir County which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Hospital of Lenoir County on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for Animal Hospital of Lenoir County is:
6724 Washington St
La Grange, NC 28551
(252) 566-3090

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Animal Hospital of Lenoir County has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Animal Hospital of Lenoir County has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in La Grange, North Carolina is 33 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Animal Hospital of Lenoir County shared their post.
You folks have no idea what your missing out on! This boy is great! Wants nothing more than to be by your side!! He is still available for adoption!
‼️Ok folks! Bentley is still homeless! This sweet, amazing boy doesn't need to grow up without a home!!!! He would love nothing more than a family of his own! Especially a family with kids! Please share and lets help Bentley find the home he deserves!!! See below for his story! ‼️ **Bentley is still available for adoption** Please share!!!!! This guy came into the shelter as a stray and was adopted out. When neutered, it was discovered that he has a bleeding disorder and his owners decided that they didn't want to deal with it. 😢He has hemophilia which means he has clotting disorder. It will not affect his day to day life. It just means if he was to ever get injured, it would be very hard or impossible for his blood to clot. He is not on any special medication for this. He is approximately 1 year old and gets along great with other dogs and cats. He is very friendly and playful! He is up to date on vaccines and neutered! This sweet fella would love nothing more than a family to call his own. He would be a great dog for children! He is young and full of potential! He is very smart. He already knows sit and shake. He is also crate/house trained. He loves to be right beside you! Please share and help us find this guy a home soon!

‼️Ok folks! Bentley is still homeless! This sweet, amazing boy doesn't need to grow up without a home!!!! He would love nothing more than a family of his own! Especially a family with kids! Please share and lets help Bentley find the home he deserves!!! See below for his story! ‼️ **Bentley is still available for adoption** Please share!!!!! This guy came into the shelter as a stray and was adopted out. When neutered, it was discovered that he has a bleeding disorder and his owners decided that they didn't want to deal with it. 😢He has hemophilia which means he has clotting disorder. It will not affect his day to day life. It just means if he was to ever get injured, it would be very hard or impossible for his blood to clot. He is not on any special medication for this. He is approximately 1 year old and gets along great with other dogs and cats. He is very friendly and playful! He is up to date on vaccines and neutered! This sweet fella would love nothing more than a family to call his own. He would be a great dog for children! He is young and full of potential! He is very smart. He already knows sit and shake. He is also crate/house trained. He loves to be right beside you! Please share and help us find this guy a home soon!

We will be closed Monday, Sept 4th. In the event of an emergency please call EC Vets in Wilson at (252) 265-9920 or Pet Emergency of Pitt County at (252) 321-1521. We wish you and your pets a safe and Happy Labor Day!

6 years ago today, Brandy came to live with us at AHLC. Little did we know, how much we would fall for her. From the many tubes of blood she donated (to save other dogs life), to her hitting you with her paw for more attention, to her snuggles and kisses, Brandy was always there! She was such a special girl. We miss her so much and our office is definitely not the same without her! ❤️

Animal Hospital of Lenoir County shared their post.
These two boys are still waiting for a family. Contact Kayla Davis Duff if interested
Courtesy post! Contact Kayla Davis Duff if interested.