Cole Park Veterinary Hospital

55 Woodbridge Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
(919) 929-3352
www.coleparkvet.com
Contact: Pagel, Patricia
Business Description: Cole Park Veterinary Hospital is located in Chapel Hill, NC. We have 3 full time veterinarians, 1 part time veterinarian and 25 support staff. All major credit cards are accepted.
In Business Since: 1993
Service Area: Chatham, Orange and Alamance Counties, Chapel Hill, Durham, Pittsboro
On Angie's List Since: 8/5/2006
Warranties: ASK FOR DETAILS
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 07.30 AM - 06.00 PM, Tue 07.30 AM - 07.00 PM, Wed 07.30 AM - 06.00 PM, Thu 07.30 AM - 07.00 PM, Fri 07.30 AM - 06.00 PM, Sat 08.00 AM - 01.00 PM, Sun Closed
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 10%
Cities Served: Angier | Apex | Benson | Brentwood | Brier Creek | Bunnlevel | Butner | Cameron Village | Carrboro | Cary | Central | Chapel Hill | City Market | Clayton | Coats | Crabtree Valley | Creedmoor | Dunn | Durham - Downtown | East Central | East Raleigh | Efland | Eno Commons | Erwin | Four Oaks | Franklinton | Fuquay Varina | Garner | Glenwood | Harnett County | Hayes Barton | Hilburn | Hillsborough | Holly Springs | Johnston County | Knightdale | Lillington | Moncure | Morrisville | Ncsu Campus | Ncsu Centennial | New Bern | New Hill | North Hills | North Raleigh | Northeast | Northwest | Oakwood | Orange County | Pittsboro | Raleigh - Downtown | Rolesville | Sanford | Selma | Smithfield | South Raleigh | Southwest | Triangle Town | Wake Forest | Wakefield | Wendell | West Central | West Raleigh | Willow Spring | Youngsville | Zebulon
 
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