Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays for pet emergencies
Our Specialized Veterinary Services
Whether you are here following an unexpected incident, or were referred to us by your primary veterinary practice for an advanced procedure, our goal is to provide you and your pet with superior and compassionate care.
Caring Around The Clock
You can count on REACH to be there in an after-hours animal emergency. But, did you know our state-of-the-art-facility also includes services in:
Our Commitment To You
Our commitment is to exceed the expectations of our patients’ families and to treat your loved ones with compassion, respect, dignity and unsurpassed care. We are dedicated to working with your primary care veterinarian and advancing the quality of veterinary care in Western North Carolina, thus improving the health of all of our pets.
What to Expect
Upon arrival to our hospital, your pet will be assessed by one of our experienced veterinary nurses. Then A REACH doctor will examine your pet and provide you with a medical plan based on the best treatment for your pet’s medical condition. Throughout your pet’s visit, our compassionate staff will work hard to provide comfort and constant attention to the needs of both you and your loved one.
Our goal is to create an environment where our referring veterinarians and clients feel welcome, cared for, and respected.
Partnering With Your Pet’s Veterinarian
We understand and appreciate the importance of our partnerships with referring veterinarians throughout Western North Carolina. When you refer a patient to us, we promise to provide them the best specialty and emergency care with swift, compassionate medical attention.
Our mission is to foster an open line of communication, an easy referral process, and continued partnership, with the best interest of the patient in mind.
Upon discharge from our hospital, we will provide you with the appropriate information needed to further care for your pet’s needs. It is REACH’s policy to forward your pet’s medical records to your primary veterinarian to facilitate the continual care of your companion.