Since 1987, Village Way Veterinary Hospital has been serving the greater Advance/Bermuda Run area with quality veterinary care emphasizing compassion, affordability, reliability and competence.
Our goal has always been to provide for our clients the very best in veterinary care for their pets at an affordable price. We have made great strides in this endeavor and hope to continue to earn the trust of our clients when it comes to their pets. Village Way Veterinary Hospital also offers pet grooming and cat boarding.
In 2008, we moved into our new facility located in Kinderton Business Park. Call us at 336-998-0262 to schedule your pet's next veterinary visit. For a map & directions, click on the contact us button above.
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We are open for appointments and emergencies during normal business hours and on Saturdays.
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