- Served Areas and Pricing
- LASER THERAPY **NEW**
- Fort Bragg Residents
To best support our current patients, we will begin taking new clients again in the Fall 2019.
If you would like to be contacted when we resume, please submit a New Family Registration Form under "Appointments"
Our staff provide your pets' semi-annual examinations, vaccinations, laboratory testing, and comprehensive support for on-going medical needs. ACMVS supports all phases of life including hospice, end-of-life care, and specialized pet-sitting needs.
As a house call practice, if your pet needs hospitalization, surgery or radiographs, we cooperate with select veterinary hospitals and specialty centers in the area for continuity of care.
For our fellow service members, we help you meet your housing requirements in the comfort of your own home.
Our prices for services and products are comparable with local veterinary hospitals. Please see our Pricing link for more information and we will provide an estimate before your appointment.
If you have an after-hours emergency, please contact:
Small Animal Emergency Services
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