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Rea Road Animal Hospital

Rea Road Animal Hospital

8100 Williams Pond Ln | Charlotte, NC 28277

Call 704-303-8053
Monday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday Closed
  • Companion Laser Therapy
  • Animal Behavior
  • Dental Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Wellness Care
  • Animal Boarding
  • Animal Flea Control
  • Animal Grooming
  • Animal Microchipping
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary Medical Specialties
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • Physical Exam
Description

Our mission is to provide our clients with education, compassion, and exceptional customer service while providing their pets with the highest quality of veterinary care. We strive to create collaborative relationships with our clients and to provide valuable education about their pets' needs in a courteous and professional manner.

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Welcome to Rea Road Animal Hospital! Welcome to Rea Road Animal Hospital!
At Rea Road Animal Hospital, we strive to strengthen the special bond between our patients and their owners through a warm bedside manner. At Rea Road Animal Hospital, we strive to strengthen the special bond between our patients and their owners through a warm bedside manner.
Our facility has a spacious parking lot to accommodate all of our clients and their pets. Our facility has a spacious parking lot to accommodate all of our clients and their pets.
We keep wait times to a minimum. If there is a short wait, have a seat in our comfortable and bright waiting area! We keep wait times to a minimum. If there is a short wait, have a seat in our comfortable and bright waiting area!
We carry parasite preventative products, both on-site and on our online store! We carry parasite preventative products, both on-site and on our online store!
We also carry a variety of prescription foods on-site! We also carry a variety of prescription foods on-site!
This sweet pup looks ready for a tip-of-the-nose to a tip-of-the-tail exam! This sweet pup looks ready for a tip-of-the-nose to a tip-of-the-tail exam!
Dr. Bryant uses a stethoscope to listen to a patient’s heart and lungs. Dr. Bryant uses a stethoscope to listen to a patient’s heart and lungs.
Part of your pet's exam includes and dental exam. We check for dental disease, which is about more than just bad breath, but about your pet’s complete health! Part of your pet's exam includes and dental exam. We check for dental disease, which is about more than just bad breath, but about your pet’s complete health!
Another part of you pet’s physical exam includes checking the eyes for unusual coloration, discharge, proper light response, and more. Another part of you pet’s physical exam includes checking the eyes for unusual coloration, discharge, proper light response, and more.
Dr. Smith proceeds with her feline exam by checking this kitty's ears for signs of infection. Dr. Smith proceeds with her feline exam by checking this kitty's ears for signs of infection.
We have some of the cutest patients! We have some of the cutest patients!
Dr. Smith draws a blood sample from a very cooperative patient! Dr. Smith draws a blood sample from a very cooperative patient!
Kisses for a great pup! Kisses for a great pup!
Speaking of blood draws, At Rea Road Hospital, we are proud to offer an in-house diagnostic laboratory for your pet’s health needs. Speaking of blood draws, At Rea Road Hospital, we are proud to offer an in-house diagnostic laboratory for your pet’s health needs.
Our technicians are trained to hold our patients so that pet's feel as safe and comfortable as possible. Our technicians are trained to hold our patients so that pet's feel as safe and comfortable as possible.
We understand the idea of your beloved pet undergoing surgery can be stressful and scary. Our clinical team will be here for you and your pet every step of the way, providing education around the surgery, offering comfort through the process. We understand the idea of your beloved pet undergoing surgery can be stressful and scary. Our clinical team will be here for you and your pet every step of the way, providing education around the surgery, offering comfort through the process.
Following the most stringent protocols in the industry, our veterinarians routinely conduct spays/neuters, dental surgery, and many, many other procedures for our patients. Following the most stringent protocols in the industry, our veterinarians routinely conduct spays/neuters, dental surgery, and many, many other procedures for our patients.
Our surgical staff is highly trained and thoroughly experienced in both routine and advanced surgical procedures. Our surgical staff is highly trained and thoroughly experienced in both routine and advanced surgical procedures.
Ultrasound technology is used to get a better look at your pet’s internal organs, including the joints, muscles, and tendons, and can be helpful in identifying tumors, cysts, and heart conditions. Ultrasound technology is used to get a better look at your pet’s internal organs, including the joints, muscles, and tendons, and can be helpful in identifying tumors, cysts, and heart conditions.
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Allan Dozier, DVM (Owner)
Allan Dozier, DVM (Owner)

Dr. Dozier was born in Opp, Alabama, and raised in Leesburg, Florida. He earned a BS in animal science at the University of Florida and his DVM at Auburn University. Dr. Dozier has more than 40 years of experience as a veterinarian. He has a special interest in surgery, including orthopedics. For many years, he has volunteered his services in caring for sick and injured wildlife and pet rescue groups. He enjoys fly fishing, woodworking, skiing, and gardening in his spare time.

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Blair Smith, DVM
Blair Smith, DVM

Dr. Smith received degrees in biology and Spanish at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She then received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at the University of Florida. Her professional interests include ultrasonic and radiographic imaging. In her spare time, Dr. Smith enjoys time with her husband and UF sports—GO GATORS! She has three dogs: Winston (standard poodle), Patsy (terrier mix), and Deacon (labradoodle)

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Pat Gillis, DVM
Pat Gillis, DVM

Dr. Gillis grew up in Illinois and received his BA in Asian studies from the University of Oklahoma. After a stint in the United States Navy, he received his DVM from Oklahoma State University in 1981, and then received his masters in large animal surgery from Texas A&M. His veterinary interests include wound repair, dermatology, surgery, and nutrition. In his spare time, Dr. Gillis spends time with his adult children, Andy, Kerry Anne, and Erin. He has two dogs: Zipper (Boston terrier) and Tank (French bulldog/pug).

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Jennifer Bryant, DVM
Jennifer Bryant, DVM

Dr. Bryant received her B.A. in biology from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in 1990 and her DVM from Auburn University in 1994. Although a Virginia native, she has practiced in the Carolinas since graduating from veterinary school. She enjoys the varied nature of small animal practice and finds all areas interesting and rewarding. In her spare time, Dr. Bryant enjoys hiking, reading, traveling, gardening, and spending time with her husband, Marty, and their cat, Blaze Banshee.

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Mara Michael, DVM
Mara Michael, DVM

Dr. Michael grew up in Freeport, Long Island. She attended Hofstra University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in social sciences. She received her DVM from Michigan State in 2002. Her veterinary interests include dental therapy, internal medicine, and soft tissue surgery. She and her husband, Jason, live with their son, Spencer, and their animals, Jack, Sidney, and Scrappy (cats) and Woody (Cairn Terrier).

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Emily Brown, DVM
Emily Brown, DVM

Dr. Brown was born in Indiana, but grew up in Indian Trail, NC. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical training at Auburn University. Her special interests include ophthalmology, dermatology, dentistry, and feline medicine. In her spare time, Dr. Brown enjoys horseback riding and spending time with family and friends. At home, she has a horse, a dog, and three cats of her own.

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