Veterinary Clinic Fayetteville, NC

office hours

Monday - 8am to 5:30pm
Tuesday - 8am to 5:30pm
Wednesday - 8am to 7pm
Thursday - 8am to 5:30pm
Friday - 8am to 5:30pm
1st & 3rd Saturday - 9am to noon


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Fayetteville, NC 28314



The Barking Blog

A few treats for the dog days of living brought to you by Cliiffdale Animal Hospital Fayetteville NC.

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6416 Brookstone Lane, Fayetteville, NC 28314

Developing a Crisis Plan for Your Pet

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Natural disasters can endanger all living beings in an area. A pet is like a family member who you need to protect in case of an emergency situation.

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Petsitters vs. Kennels: Which Is Best for Your Pet?

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Going on a trip out of town can be hard for a pet-parent if they can't take their beloved sidekick with them. And sadly, that happens more often than not, prompting pet parents to look for resources that would look after their little companion while they are gone. Naturally, the first option most people think of is hiring a sitter who'd care for their animal-child at home.

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How to Teach Children to Interact with Animals

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There probably isn’t a more adorable sight than a furry little puppy and a cute little kid playing together. It’s an absolute pleasure to see your child having fun with the fuzzy pet companion, isn’t it?

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Vaccines are important for the health of your cat

Vaccinating your cat

Vaccinations play an important role in the prevention of serious diseases in your cat. Not every cat needs every vaccine available. At Cliffdale Animal Hospital we recommend vaccines according to the life style of your cat.

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Summer Treats You Can Make for Your Pet

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Like humans, animals also struggle to deal with the scorching heat of summers. But while we indulge in scoopfuls of refreshing ice-creams to send away the heat, our pets continue to bear the brunt of it. So what can you do to make sure your pet also gets to enjoy some chilled summer treat? And no, you cannot feed your sidekick your ice cream because it’s full of sugar, which can be harmful to animals.

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