Proudly serving Chapel Hill, North CarolinaUrgentVet Chapel Hill is located just off of I-40 at Exit 270. We're just off of US Route 501 in the Ram's Plaza Shopping Center. Look for us just down the sidewalk from Food Lion.
Open Today Until:
12PM–8PM All Holidays
Current Wait Time:
We understand what urgent means.
Welcome to UrgentVet Pet Clinic – Chapel Hill
We’re proud to care for the after-hours, weekend, and holiday needs of pets in Chapel Hill as well as those in the Research Triangle in the Piedmont region.
Fast Facts About Our Clinic
- Dog & cat specific exam rooms: Yes
- Large & small dog exam rooms: Yes
- Private comfort room: Yes
- Online check in: Yes
- Walk-ins accepted: Yes
- Percentage of pets discharged back to their home: 90%
- Open evenings: Yes
- Open weekends: Yes
- Open holidays: Yes
- Open overnight: No
- Preventative/general care: No
- Urgent care: Yes
- Diagnostics: Digital X-Ray machine, ultrasound, in-house lab
- Record keeping: Cloud-based medical record keeping software
- Pet health records & case information provided to regular vet: Yes
Chapel Hill, NC
Meet Luna – an adorable 9 week old puppy who managed to wiggle out of her pet parent’s arms and fell to the floor.
She arrived at UrgentVet limping – not putting any weight on her front right leg. X-rays showed a broken bone in her foot. The team at UrgentVet treated her with some pain medication and a splint to hold the foot in place.
Luna’s outlook is great. With continued pain management and activity restrictions, she should be just fine.
Chapel Hill, NC
Mik the hairless cat visited UrgentVet Pet Clinic with a bothersome skin condition. We conducted some diagnostic testing and discovered that Mik had a bacterial infection.
We administered an antibiotic shot to help return Mik’s skin to normal. We also provided our usual hugs and snuggles as part of the treatment plan.
Mik is to follow up with his regular veterinarian to ensure his condition continues to improve.
Chapel Hill, NC
Little Chase came to us with some bloody diarrhea, which is always concerning to pet parents. We performed fecal testing to determine the cause and the culprit was a Hookworm infestation.
Intestinal parasites are very common in puppies, which is why your primary veterinarian typically performs routine fecal checks as well as multiple rounds of deworming during their puppy appointments! Once your dog is started on a heart worm preventative, it’s common for your pet to receive a monthly de-wormer to prevent further problems.
Chase was treated with medication and orders to be seen by his regular vet. He has recovered and is back to full puppy duties.
At Your Service
Anna received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences from Virginia Tech in 2013 and shortly after earned her Veterinary Technician License from Blue Ridge Weyer’s Cave Community College.
After spending 7 years in a general practice in Virginia, she relocated to the Triangle area in 2019 to pursue specialty medicine – including internal medicine and surgery.
When she’s not busy caring for animals, you can often find her exploring North Carolina with her fiancé, Juan, and their two terriers, Rue and Tillie.
UrgentVet treats cats & dogs - providing care for non-life threatening conditions that happen after your regular vet is closed. Here are some examples of the types of illnesses and injuries we treat.
- Coughing, Sneezing
- Excessive Drinking
- Eye Discharge & Squinting
- Not Eating or Not Drinking
- Poison/Toxin Ingestion
- Skin Allergies – Itching, Rashes, Hot Spots
- Upper Respiratory Infections
- Urinary Tract Problems – Frequency, Straining or Blood
- Back Pain
- Cuts & Scrapes
- Fracture Assessment
- Mild Lameness
- Minor Wounds & Lacerations
- Pain Management
- Post-Op Incisions
- Toenail Injuries
- Trouble Walking
Just Not Feeling Well
- Anal Glands – Scooting, Licking
- Anxiety & Motion Sickness
- Bad Breath
- Bites & Stings
- Ear Infections – Head Shaking, Ear Discharge
- End of Life Care-Euthanasia
- Hiding or Whining
- Hives & Facial Swelling
- Lumps & Bumps
- Vaccine Reactions
We Don’t Treat
Proceed immediately to the nearest veterinary Emergency Hospital, not UrgentVet.
- Hit By Car
- Overnight Hospitalization
- Kidney Failure