Lake Brandt Veterinary Hospital is located near the intersection of Highway 150 and North Church Street in Greensboro, North Carolina. We proudly provide top quality veterinary services to the communities of Browns Summit, Greensboro, Reidsville, Summerfield, and Oak Ridge, as well as the surrounding areas.
In addition to providing a wide array of services at our fantastic modern facility, we also offer housecall appointments for dogs, cats and other small animals.
Please browse our site for more information about our facility, our staff and the services we offer.
Feel free to call us for more information, or to schedule an appointment for your pet - 336-644-1522.
New Clients: Please print and fill out the NEW CLIENT INFORMATION SHEET and bring it with you to make your first visit flow smoother.
LAKE BRANDT VETERINARY HOSPITAL RECIEVES CHIEF'S AWARD
We are proud to announce that on May 17, 2012, Dr. Lofgren and the staff of Lake Brandt Veterinary Hospital were awarded the Chief's Award by the Greensboro Police Department, in honor of their service to the department's active and retired canine officers. Dr. Lofgren and the staff were nominated for this honor by Corporal H.E. Summers, Jr., SOD, Canine Unit. Following are excerpts from Corporal Summers' letter of nomination:
"I would like to nominate Dr. James Lofgren and the staff of Lake Brandt Veterinary Hospital for the Chief's Award for their longtime support of the Greensboro Police Department's Canine Unit and other canine assets within the Department.
"Dr. Jim Lofgren and his staff understand the care and needs for maintaining healthy canine partners and have treated the veterinary needs of the Canine Unit since 2001. Dr. Lofgren and the staff of Lake Brandt Veterinary Hospital have researched the care and needs of working police canines and have the knowledge and experience to provide quality canine care to us."
"The care of our police canine partners does not end once the dogs are retired. Dr. Jim Lofgren and the staff of Lake Brandt Vererinary Hospital appreciate the dedicated work of our canine partners and have unselfishly provided continued veterinary maintenance care of retired police canines at no cost to the foster care officers."