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

Asheboro Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Asheboro veterinarians have served the community since 1961.

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

Asheboro Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Asheboro veterinarians have served the community since 1961.

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

Asheboro Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our Asheboro veterinarians have served the community since 1961.

At Asheboro 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, 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!

Monday8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday8:00am - 12:00pm
Thursday8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday8:00am - 12:00pm
SundayClosed

Meet Our Veterinarians

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    Dan Dinsmore, Veterinarian

    Dr. Dan Dinsmore, originally from Kentucky, graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. He has been working at Asheboro Animal Hospital since that time with interest in preventative medicine, cytology and internal medicine.

    Dr. Dinsmore’s family includes his wife, Jamie, and their two sons. He enjoys gardening, involvement with a community service organization as well as teaching an adult Sunday school class. Dogs, Jay and Macy, share the home.

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    Leslie Yow, Veterinarian

    Dr. Leslie Yow is an Asheboro native, graduating from Asheboro High School. She grew up going to horse shows and trail riding. She worked at the NC Zoo summers during high school and college, getting to bottle raise 2 lion cubs. Dr. Yow completed her undergrad degree at NCSU in Animal Science in 1981- Go Pack! She was admitted into the first class at NCSU School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1985.  Prior to starting work at Asheboro Animal Hospital in 1988, she worked at Montgomery Animal Clinic in Troy, NC and Northgate Animal Hospital in Fayetteville, NC. 

    Dr. Yow is married to Ray Criscoe and has 2 grown sons, Dallas and Connor.  She currently has a dog and 4 cats, but that number is changeable!

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    Tonya Boyd, Veterinarian

    Dr. Tonya Boyd graduated from NCSU in 1990 and from NCSU-CVM in 1994. She has been at Asheboro Animal Hospital since 1996. She has been married to her wonderful husband and best friend for 29 years and has 2 adult daughters and 1 grandson. Dr. Boyd practices small animal medicine exclusively. She learns every day how much that she does not know! She is thankful that God has given her the opportunity to practice veterinary medicine for 27 years now and for her work family at AAH.

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    Perry Parks, Veterinarian

    Dr. Perry Parks is a native of Asheboro, NC who at the age of six knew he wanted to become a veterinarian. Throughout childhood he was exposed to farm animals along with the family dogs and cats upon which his desire only strengthened. His undergraduate pre-veterinary studies were at NC State University. His career pursuit was completed upon graduation from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in June 1979.

    Dr. Parks began his career at a local well established mixed animal practice in Asheboro. Not only did this allow development in the ever growing and advancing small animal field of veterinary medicine but for him, the large animal field also. After 8.5 years he entered a mobile large animal practice until May of 2017 when he returned to small animal practice by joining Asheboro Animal Hospital. He continues to maintain his large animal practice on a limited and smaller scale. Dr. Parks has found his areas of interest to have remained unchanged across the two fields. Those areas are reproduction, nutrition, diagnostic imaging, and critical care.

    A portion of his personal free time is devoted to advancing his knowledge of veterinary medicine each day but not to lessen his time shared and enjoyed with his wife. A few on the top of the list being sailing, coastal adventures, cooking and not to forget, Georgia Dawg Football!

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Our Services

We offer a full range of services — including preventive care, diagnostic tests, surgeries, treatments for illness or pain, consultations for behavior or nutrition, and more — for your pet’s well-being. When they’re ill, we’ll help get them feeling better quickly. And, we offer personalized preventive care, to help keep them healthy in the first place.

Happy Pet Parents

  • We have been going here for many years with our babies. The staff is friendly and Dr. Yow is the reason we come here! She is amazing!

    Tina C.

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  • Dr. Yow was truly God sent. Our cat had not eaten in 5 days and was making an unusual hacking noise. She examined him, but he had no signs of sickness (no fever or discharge). She was very thorough and wanted to know his complete history. After Dr. Yow gave me the treatment plan, she said let's do these tests first to rule out certain diseases. They came back negative, so I agreed to her treatment plan. Because I didn't want to spend money on a blood panel and his lungs were causing the problem (x-rays were neg.), Dr. Yow suggested he may have lung worms which is uncommon. All the fluids, Vit. B shot, antibiotics, and worm med helped him recover. We are so thankful she thought outside the box just in case, because his lungs have cleared up in less than four days and he is eating well. Thank you so much Dr. Yow, Brave Heart is less than 2 years old and the best cat ever!

    Teresa M.

    Google

  • Dr. Parks is awesome. The up front staff is friendly and helpful.

    ME E.

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  • Great, friendly staff. Dr Parks was very thorough and so sweet with my nervous Luna.

    Jacqueline F.

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  • Love Dr Dinsmore. He takes time to explain everything he does and is very thorough.

    Dina T.

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  • I've been taking our pets here for many years and our pets feel comfortable here and we do as well. Prices are great. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. I wouldn't go anywhere else!

    Wendy D.

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  • I absolutely love the attention my pets receive at Asheboro Animal Hospital. I like and appreciate every vet there for the service they have provided my animals over the years. The front desk staff and vet techs are phenomenal as well!

    Janean H.

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  • We moved to the area recently and brought our dog in for treatment. The staff was incredibly kind and very competent. We will be using them as our primary vet from now on.

    Elaine M.

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  • Asheboro Animal Hospital is the best veterinary practice I have ever worked with. The doctors are knowledgeable and supportive. They are gentle with my animals and take time to educate me about my pets' needs. They problem solve with me so that I can make the right choices that will work for my pets and family. The rest of the staff is also wonderful. Every single staff member is friendly, helpful, and kind to my pets. I highly recommend them.

    Betty D.

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Your First Visit

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

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Forms

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

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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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FAQs

Have a question for us? Check our list of frequently asked questions, or give us a call at 336-625-4077.

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