A BRIEF HISTORY OF SANFORD ANIMAL HOSPITAL:
Sanford Animal Hospital was built and founded at it's current location by Dr. William K. Settle in 1959. After 2 decades of being Sanford's country veterinarian, Dr. "Bill" expanded and renovated his building. In 1980 his daughter, Dr. Katherine Settle came back home to Sanford to practice veterinary medicine. She decided to bring her husband, Dr. John Shontz, along with her too! The practice included the care and treatment of all species of animals including an ambulatory service for farm animals and horses, and 24/7 emergency services. Due to increasing business, Drs. John and Katherine opened a second clinic in the northwest part of Lee County and transferred all the large animal work over there. Another major building expansion was completed in 1999. We currently dedicate our practice and concentrate our expertise on the wellness of our canine and feline friends.
We are dedicated to exceeding our client?s expectations in a compassionate and fun atmosphere. We have nothing of greater value than our people. Our patients? wellness IS our top priority.
Monday ? Friday 7:30 am until 6:00 pm
Evening hours on Monday from 6-8pm.
For an additional $9.25 we offer a convenient drop-off service Monday through Friday. Drop off your pet between 7:30 and 8:30 am and they will receive needed services between morning appointments or during the 12 N to 2 pm lunch hours. They will be available for pick up in the afternoon.
Any pet coming in for a procedure that may require anesthesia or heavy sedation should be fasted for 12 hours. Pick-up food at 8 pm the night before. Water should NOT be withheld. Consent forms are required for all surgeries and in hospital procedures.
All payments are due at the time services are rendered. We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Third party financing is also available through CareCredit. Discounts are offered to our senior citizens and our military clients on their pet's yearly wellness exams and medical concern exams. Valid ID is required for discounts. Please note that a deposit may be required for patients being admitted into the hospital for further treatments or procedures.
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY SERVICES PROVIDED BY:
Animal Emergency Clinic of Cary
Animal Urgent Care of Fayetteville
N.C. State Veterinary Teaching Hospital?s Small Animal Emergency Service
Small Animal Emergency Service - Vass, NC
Veterinary Specialty Hospital - Cary, NC