Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

Scotts Creek Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Statesville veterinarians have served the community since 2010.

Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

Scotts Creek Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Statesville veterinarians have served the community since 2010.

Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

Scotts Creek Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Statesville veterinarians have served the community since 2010.

Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

Scotts Creek Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Statesville veterinarians have served the community since 2010.

At Scotts Creek Animal Hospital, caring for pets is our passion

Here, we treat pets like family. We understand how important your companion is to you — because they’re there for you through the thick and thin of life, with a wagging tail or a happy purr, and unconditional love. Our goal is to be your partner in taking care of your pet’s physical and mental wellbeing, so you can enjoy many happy years together. So, whether your pet needs a checkup with a doctor… a caring team and top-notch medical treatments when they’re ill… or, some advice on the best food for them or how to care for them at home — we’re here for you! Here at Scotts Creek Animal Hospital, we see dogs and cats. And, we’ll strive to make their visit a comfortable and positive experience. Come in and get to know us, and see why both you and your pet will love coming here!

Scotts Creek Animal Hospital

115 Scotts Creek Road

Statesville, NC 28625

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Monday8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday8:00am - 6:00pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Meet Our Veterinarians

  • Dr. Jim Cartner

    Dr. Jim Cartner is a 1979 graduate of Auburn School of Veterinary Medicine. He has lived and practiced in Statesville, North Carolina for the past forty years. He and his wife Jane have three adult children and one grandchild. He has two dogs, Fraser Fir, an eight year old chocolate lab and Albert (Bertie), a two year old Australian labradoodle. Dr. Cartner enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially orthopedics and surgery. He is an attending member of First Presbyterian Church, the N.C. Veterinary Medical Association, and N.C Academy of Small Animal Medicine, and a member of American Veterinary Medical Association.

  • Dr. Lysa Deaton-Smith

    Lysa P. Deaton-Smith, DVM, is a native of Charlotte, N.C., but grew up in Cornelius, N.C. She attended North Carolina State University for her Bachelor of Zoology degree and then attended North Carolina State - College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1991 with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

    She originally worked in a mixed animal practice for several years, and then settled in on small animal medicine. Dr. Deaton-Smith, her husband, Alex, and their dog, Agatha, moved to Catawba county in 2005 and built a home outside of Claremont, N.C. Dr. Deaton-Smith's interests range from family, horses, water skiing, snow skiing, diving, travel to decorating and landscaping.

  • Dr. Bret Anderson

    Dr. Bret Anderson was four when he first realized that he wanted to become a veterinarian because of his passion to take care of and treat animals. He went to Tuskegee University for both undergraduate and veterinary school. Dr. Anderson is well-versed in surgeries of all kinds and enjoys building relationships with clients and patients. He believes the bond between a pet and a pet owner is very strong and that sometimes the words not spoken are the loudest and clearest ones.

    In his spare time, Dr. Anderson likes to workout, play video games, and be active.

  • Dr. Andrea Randazzo

    Dr. Andrea Randazzo is a US Army veteran. After the military, she graduated from Cornell University with a bachelors degree in microbiology and natural resources. She then attended Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2001. She has worked in the field ever since and owned her own hospital for 10 years.

    Dr. Randazzo has an adult daughter, Sasha who is also in the veterinary field, two Great Danes, Eddie and Frank, and an Irish Wolfhound named Groot. In her spare time, she listens to music, watches movies, gardens, and enjoys the outdoors with her dogs.

Clinic Resources

Your First Visit

No need to be nervous. Here’s what you can expect at your pet’s first visit…

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FAQ

Have a question for us? Check our list of frequently asked questions, or give us a call at 704-495-3250.

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Payment & Insurance

We accept a variety of payment options, including Care Credit. And, we can help you with pet insurance forms.

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Forms

Save time by filling out your forms before you arrive. Use these for your first visit, boarding, and behavior consults.

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  • I've taken my pets to Dr. Cartner as long as Scotts Creek Animal Hospital has been open. His staff is wonderful and we are always greeted with a smile. The most important thing is my dogs and that they are well taken care of. I trust Dr. Cartner and his staff.

    Angie E.

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  • Love this vet. The staff and vets are amazing. They took such good care of both of my fur babies. I switched to them over a year ago and I wouldn't use any other vet.

    Shelby K.

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  • Compassionate and professional staff. They were able to work us in quickly in an urgent situation.

    Larry B.

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  • This is the only place I have ever taken and will ever take my fur babies. Everyone is so kind & thoughtful. They make you and your fur babies feel important. Thank You all for your genuine hearts.

    Jennifer R.

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  • Friendly helpful staff. Competitive pricing. A genuine care for animals. Warm and calm waiting. Very happy and will continue to get my dog treated here.

    Tanya P.

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  • Love love love all of the staff! Such wonderful and caring people. The best place to take your fur babies!

    Kathy S.

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