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Welcome to Mitchell Veterinary Hospital, located in the heart of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Dr. Kelly Georgeou and the staff of Mitchell Veterinary Hospital pride themselves on delivering high quality, compassionate care for your four-legged family members. The veterinary hospital has served Spruce Pine and the surrounding community for over 25 years. We are a full service animal hospital providing medical, dental, surgical and nutritional services. Our staff is very passionate about animal well-being and strives to provide the best care for you and your pet. It is our goal to work with you to provide the best possible treatment for your pet. Together with preventative health care, nutritional counseling and family education, we can help your pet live a long, happy, healthy life.
Whether you are a member of the community or a visitor to our lovely county, we would love to meet you and your pet. Please call today at 828-765-6039 to set up a time to meet Dr. Georgeou.
Dr. Kelly Georgeou
Spruce Pine Veterinarian | Mitchell Veterinary Hospital | 828-765-6039
11172 Hwy 226 S
Spruce Pine, NC 28777
|Saturday||Appointments Available||On First and Third Saturday of each month|
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|5:30pm||5:30pm||1:00pm||5:30pm||5:30pm||On First and Third Saturday of each month||Closed|
I moved here from California and was nervous to find a new Vet. But I am so happy with the way he was treated. I feel so lucky and blessed to have found this place.
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