At Woodsdale Animal Hospital,
we treat your pets like the valued
family members they are.
Woodsdale Animal Hospital
430 South Morgan Street
Roxboro, NC 27573
For emergencies, contact the hospital during our normal business hours (336-599-0611). Dr. Soares can also be reached before 10pm and after 5am, via our phone number. For urgent emergencies please contact Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospital: (919)489-0615. They are located at 608 Morreene Rd. Durham, NC 27705.
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