Weddington Animal Hospital

Serving the Town of Waxhaw

Weddington Animal Hospital is conveniently located in Weddington, NC and we welcome pet loving families in the Waxhaw area.  We are located in the Harris Teeter shopping center at the intersection of Providence Rd and Weddington Rd.

Pet owners in Union County depend on Weddington Animal Hospital for all of their pet’s health and medical needs. We offer comprehensive sick care and wellness programs for dogs and cats along with advanced diagnostics and surgical care.  We use a modern approach to medicine while taking great care in our relationship with both you and your pet.

Schedule Your Appointment

We would love the opportunity to meet you and your pet!  You can fill out the appointment form and our office team will contact you shortly to schedule an appointment that works best for you.

Here at the Weddington Animal Hospital, we treat your pet like they should be treated, like a member of your family.  We take pride in our level of care and customer service and we look forward to having you join our family.

Contact Us Today

Weddington Animal Hospital
13667 Providence Road
Matthews, NC 28104
Phone: (704) 847-8466
Fax: 704-847-8366
Office hours
Monday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Tuesday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Thursday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Friday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday 7:30 am to 12:00 pm
Sunday Closed
Open 1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month.

Sick Care

It’s heartbreaking for families to see their pets suffer and they naturally want to see their loving companion at optimum health as quickly as can be. Our staff is fully trained and equipped to handle any type of medical situation that may occur and to make your pet feel right at home while being treated. Our animal hospital specializes in all areas of internal animal medicine including:

  •    Cardiology
  •     Ophthalmology
  •     Neurology
  •     Dermatology
  •     Gastroenterology
  •     Oncology
  •     Endocrinology

Behavioral Medicine

On some occasions, a pet may simply be acting abnormally because it’s suffering from a behavioral affliction and not a physical ailment. It’s not unusual for pets to show signs of things such as excessive excitability, separation anxiety, and/or obsessive disorders. If your pet shows signs of suffering from a behavioral problem we’ll be able to call in a trained animal behaviorist to treat him/her and find out what’s causing it. The behaviorist will be able to diagnose the root of the issue and come up with a personalized solution to rectify it by spending some quality time with your pet.

End of Life Care

It’s sad to say, but the lives of our beloved pets don’t go on forever. There’s going to come a time when it’s you’ll have to kiss your pet goodbye for the last time. When this time comes, you’ll be glad to know that the Weddington Animal Hospital will be able to provide the passionate and comfortable end of life care your pet deserves. This emotional time will be treated with dignity and we’ll be sure to honor all requests regarding arrangements for your companion’s remains.

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Effective preventative medical care is one of the best methods of keeping your pet as healthy as possible. This means bringing it in for regular exams, preventative procedures and medicals etc. A regular check-up can often catch any medical problems at an early stage before they have a chance to worsen. Our team of veterinarians focuses a great deal of time and energy on preventative healthcare to make sure your pet is in top condition. Some of the many preventative services we provide include:

  •     Comprehensive physical exam
  •     Oral exam
  •     Internal parasite testing
  •     Heartworm and flea control
  •     Immunizations
  •     Spay and Neuter
  •     Specialized blood tests for all stages of life
  •     Nutritional counseling
  •     Microchipping
  •     Medicated baths
  •     Nail trimming and ear cleaning


Unfortunately, losing a pet can sometimes happen due to unforeseen circumstances. However, you can reduce the chances of this occurring by utilizing state-of-the-art microchip technology. We deal with the most up-to-date microchipping products on the market to make sure the chances of your family pet disappearing are slim and none. If your pet should happen to wander off your property he/she won’t be missing for long due to this wonderful tracking technology.

If you should happen to find a microchipped pet please visit to find out what to do.


Illnesses and accidents can happen at any time of the day. If your pet needs medical attention during our office hours please contact us as soon as possible if he/she is suffering from any of the following:

  •     Bleeding
  •     Persistent coughing or choking
  •     Difficult or labored breathing
  •     Eye injury
  •     Coming into contact with a toxin
  •     Ingesting a foreign object, toxin, or poison
  •     Body trauma such as being hit by a car or bite wound
  •     Calling out in pain
  •     Seizure or collapse
  •     Lethargic or non-responsive
  •     Swollen or distended abdomen
  •     Difficulty urinating or defecating
  •     Vomiting or diarrhea

If the animal needs attention before or after our opening hours and we happen to be closed please get in touch with the Piedmont Emergency Vet Clinic in Matthews at 704-844-6440 or the Charlotte Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE) in Charlotte at 704-457-2300.

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Weddington Animal Hospital is ideal for pet surgery since we have access to the most advanced medical techniques available. Our specially-trained animal surgeons will be able to provide your pet with the best medical care and expertise available. The staff will make sure your pet is as comfortable as can be at all times before, during and following all surgical procedures. All pets are carefully diagnosed and screened before surgery to make sure they receive the exact type and amount of anesthesia required for their specific medical condition. Our heated surgical tables are also designed with your pet’s comfort in mind.
Our surgical services include:

  • Spay and Neuter
  • Wound/Laceration care
  • Tumor removal
  • A variety of soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries

When your pet comes out of surgery we will evaluate him/her and design a customized healthcare plan for their specific recuperative needs. On some occasions, we may ask that your pet remains with us overnight for further monitoring.


For an animal to be in good overall health it must also be blessed with excellent oral health. Therefore, the proper teeth and gum care of all pets are very important. This area of healthcare shouldn’t be overlooked and this is why we also specialize in animal dental care at Weddington Animal Hospital. It’s interesting to note that eight out of 10 dogs have to deal with gum disease by the time they reach three years old. In addition, some types of animals such as cats can feel cavity-pain the same way humans do. We’re able to properly take care of your pet’s oral health though by using the newest and most effective dental procedures in the industry.

We utilize special ultrasonic equipment to safely treat the gums and teeth both above and below the animal’s gum line. We’ll also help fight off and reduce plaque by polishing your pet’s teeth and reduce sensitivity by hardening tooth enamel with a fluoride treatment. Deep-hidden oral health problems can be spotted early with the use of digital radiography and we provide advanced dental care including root canals, caps, and braces etc.

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Your pet will be thoroughly diagnosed with the most advanced medical techniques available to us. We have access to the best diagnostic tools on the market to make sure the animal is properly checked out from head to toe. Weddington Animal Hospital uses digital radiology techniques and our in-house laboratory is designed to provide our veterinarians with the quickest test results possible. If necessary, we’re able to send medical samples out if further testing and diagnostics are required.

Some of the medical diagnostic methods used include:

  •     CBC (Complete Blood Count)
  •     Chemistry Panel
  •     Urinalysis
  •     Digital Radiology (X-Rays)
  •     Heartworm Testing
  •     Feline Leukemia/Feline Aids Testing
  •     Intestinal Parasite Screening
  •     Fluid and Tissue Cytology
  •     Ear and Skin Cytology
  •     Fungal Cultures

Just switched over to Weddington Animal Hospital a couple months ago… and WOW what a great choice! Everyone there is so friendly and keep you very informed on your furry friend. I feel very confident leaving my dog with Dr. Faulkner! If you are looking for more then just your average vet, WAH is the place to be.

- Willis Lowe, Google review

Weddington Animal Hospital is absolutely wonderful! We have tried out a few around the area and this is our favorite. Recently our puppy swallowed something she wasn’t supposed to & everyone apart of the hospital took such good care of her. Dr. Faulkner is amazing! He explained everything into such great detail and we were happy to leave her in such great hands. Thank you Weddington Animal Hospital!

- Leah Upchurch, Google review

Dr. Faulkner really took his time and answered all of our questions. As new puppy owners, we really appreciated his insight and patience with us.

- Jake Wood, Google review

If you are looking for a vet that is extremely knowledgeable, caring, and compassionate you have found the right place! Not only is Dr. Faulkner great, but his entire staff is too!

- Joe Black, Google review