Hours of Operation


7:30a - 5:00p

Tues. 7:30a - 5:00p
Wed. 8:00a - Noon
Thurs. 7:30a - 5:00p
Fri. 7:30a - 5:00p
Sat. 8:00a - Noon
Please note that our doctors do not 
arrive until 9 AM each day.
Technicians will be here to serve you
and your pet's needs.




 While it is obvious that the staff of Fletcher Animal Hospital love and care about your pets, we also care and value you and your health.

We will remain OPEN and offer curbside service during this virus crises for continued care to  your  beloved pets.


However, we can all work together to contain this outbreak. Dr. Galligan will be implementing new procedures and measures to make sure that we all stay safe in these scary but temporary trials.


New guidelines to abide by effective until July 1st:


1. Please do not come into your building. A staff member will meet you outside and assist you

2. All prescriptions must be called in and paid for over the phone.

3. Once arrived for your pickup or appointment, notify our staff by calling from your vehicle.



4. All essential information will be relayed over the phone.

5. Payment will be taken over the phone.

6. If you need any preventatives, please either call and pay over the phone, or visit our website and order online. 


Please note that July 1st is an estimated date as to when we will lift our restrictions. This is subject to change. 

If you have any questions, please call us at 828-684-4244.


Our Pledge to you:

     - We do keep our hospital clean and disease free but we will redouble our efforts to completely disinfect our hospital before and after you visit, multiple times a day.

     - We will use CDC recommended techniques to avoid close human contact to slow or stop any community spread locally. 

     -We will add to our reception staff to promptly answer your calls and give you factual information on whether a visit is crucial or can wait.

     - We will be as generous as the law allows, to refill prescriptions for your furry friend's medications.

     - We will continue to make appointments for pets needing a visit and they will be competently and compassionately treated while in our care.


Effective immediately:

Nurses and doctors will recieve a 10% discount that we already offer to active Firefighters, Police, EMT's and active duty military as a "Thank You" for your service to our community in these trying times. This discount will apply until Easter.


Lastly, as a personal message from Dr. Galligan and his staff, please know that we care about you and are keeping all of you in our prayers. This too shall pass!... and afterwards we will have worked together as Americans, North Carolinians and as Brothers and Sisters cementing our bond in humanity. God bless to you all.

                                                                                                                -Dr. Pat





COVID-19 to Pets

We as a family want to keep you and your beloved pets safe. We have keeping a close eye on this pandemic and recieving more factual updates from the AVMA. Please be aware that false information is circulating, so while we are here to answer your questions, please make sure that your information is correct and from a valid source. 


The North Carolina Public Health sent us some information that we would like to share with you, and from the AVMA.

2 Key Points:

1. At this time, there is no evidence that companion animlas, including pets, can spread COVID-19.

2. There is currently no requirments to report animals who are owned by persons with COVID-19 to public health authorites in North Carolina.


Here are some important points from the AVMA website:

- Infectious disease experts and mulitple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets becomes ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including humans.

- Out of an abundance of caution, it is recommended that those ill with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus. 


Some recommended procedures:

- If possible, have another member of the  household take care of walking, feeding, and playing with the pet.

- If the animal is a service animal or the person must care for the pet, a facemask should be worn.

-People who are infected should not share food, kiss, or hug the pet.

- Hands should be washed before and after any contact with pets.


More articles about COVID-19:

-AVMA Article


-North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board


-CDC Article


-North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services