Welcome to Crepe Myrtle Animal Hospital – the clear choice for dependable veterinary care with home-like comfort!
Since 1999, Crepe Myrtle AH has provided local pet owners with veterinary services for their dogs, cats, birds, and pocket pets. Located in the Logan Court Shopping Plaza in Angier (on NC Hwy 55 across from the Food Lion) our clinic is convenient to residents of Angier, Willow Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Coats, Lillington, and other surrounding townships.
Our fully-licensed veterinarians, Dr. Denise Barbour, DVM and Dr. Martina Midkiff, DVM, and many support staff members are dedicated to providing exceptional care for your pets and a high standard of customer service for you! We know how stressful it can sometimes be to bring your beloved pets to the vet and we strive to make your visit as comfortable as possible. We don’t overbook our appointments and our goal is to get you in and out in a reasonable time without sacrificing the quality of interaction and care that we have become known for.
Come see for yourself why Crepe Myrtle Animal Hospital is winning the hearts of so many local two-legged and four-legged residents!
Our hospital operates primarily on appointments in order to see patients in a timely and efficient manner. Walk-ins will be seen by the doctor only when/if time becomes available between scheduled appointments and depending on the situation, emergency examination fees may be applied. Please understand that although our staff and doctors work very hard, it is strongly encouraged that you schedule an appointment through one of our staff members to ensure that there will be ample time for a doctor to examine and treat your pet.
We do offer “drop-off” appointments when appropriate, in which case your pet can be left with us in the morning and a doctor can examine your pet when there is time available and your pet can go home later in the day. These drop-off appointments are only offered for pets whom we have seen before and, for those established patients, are offered on a case-by-case basis. Please call ahead for a drop-off appointment as our time, staff, and kennel space are limited.
Please note that we are a small, non-emergency veterinary hospital. In the event of an emergency, we recommend taking your pet to the nearest emergency clinic. Scheduled appointments are our top priority and many emergencies require treatment beyond what we are equipped to handle.