Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. / Saturday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. / Closed 1 to 2 p.m. weekdays


Everything your pet needs under one roof!


Put your pet in the best hands at Eno!

Eno Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital: wellness care to dentistry, surgery to senior care, lab work to laser therapy, baths to boarding and beyond.

Wellness Care
Dr. Grinstead and most Eno team members are certified Fear Free. We are 100% committed to happy visits, with less stress and lots of love. Put your pet in the best hands at Eno.

Wellness care is by far our most core service. The best medicine is preventative medicine!

Wellness visits keep us informed of your unique pet’s “normal” health and help us catch any issues early. It is much easier and less expensive to prevent health problems than to treat them.

Wellness visits are essential to your pet’s health and happiness. Undetected issues go untreated; untreated issues often require serious, scary, and expensive treatments down the line.

The most important part of any wellness visit is the full physical exam. During this “nose-to-tail” time, your veterinarian will thoroughly access your pet’s eyes, ears, teeth, mouth, heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, stomach, intestines, joints, spine, skin, paws, and more. Wellness visits are also when we update vaccinations, perform essential lab work, and discuss anything and everything that supports the long-term health and happiness of your fur baby.

Day Admissions
What if your pet needs a visit but can’t fit into an exact time slot? We reserve special time for this called day admissions. You bring your pet to us in the morning, and then our team has the flexibility throughout the day to help your pet!

Day admissions are super convenient for busy pet parents, plus allow us to see as many patients as possible as we juggle a full day. Our goal is always to help as many pets as we can.

We want our Eno family to have every available option for vet care. Day admissions are designed to be easy and helpful. They do not require an extra service charge or any fee, and do not cost more than a regular vet visit.

We ask day admissions to arrive between 8 and 8:30 a.m. and can usually make minor exceptions. Admitting your pet takes about 10 minutes. Your assistant will get details on your pet’s health and what your pet needs, and you’ll fill out an admission form.

Your vet will call you with any updates and a treatment plan. We’ll set up a time for you to come back and pick up your fur baby.

Rest assured, day admission pets usually stay in our Treatment Area, where everyone can see them, and are always given plenty of attention.

We take pups outside throughout the day for fresh air and exercise. We give water and treats. Your pet is never simply put away in a cage; our team checks on each fur baby regularly.


We’re so excited to offer our pet parents a one-stop shop! Our spa menu includes basic and medicated baths, brush-outs, special shampoos, de-shedding treatments, and blowouts. Every groom comes with a nail trim, plus anal gland expression and ear cleaning.

We have all types of functional grooms: sanitary trims, shave-downs, “feet, face, and fanny” trims, and classic canine cuts with precise hand-scissoring for Poodles, Schnauzers, Bishons, Yorkies, and many more! Cats welcome!

We designed our new hospital with beautiful grooming amenities.

Learn more about spa days.


Our beautiful new hospital offers the best in boarding amenities. For dogs: 16 spacious runs, plus six “rooms” for smaller pooches. For cats: a private, quiet ward with connecting crates.

We know it takes trust to board your fur baby. The Eno team is highly trained. And most of all we absolutely love taking care of pets!

We practice the highest standards of care and cleanliness for all our boarders. We accommodate special requirements and always make sure your pet is as comfortable and happy as possible. We promise to care for all pets as if they were our own.

We have key requirements for boarding, including an exam and core vaccines, to ensure the health and safety of every pet in our hospital.

Learn more about your pet’s Eno stay.

Dentistry is one of our core services. Did you know dental disease is the most common pet health issue? The vast majority of adult pets suffer from some form of it. And dental disease is not just about bad breath and brown teeth. It’s a painful condition that can lead to organ damage as oral bacteria travels through the bloodstream.

Regular dental care is crucial to your pet’s health. Brushing, dental chews, and routine check-ups are great! The best way to protect your pet from dental disease is through professional cleanings under anesthesia.

Our highly trained assistants thoroughly scale and polish each tooth and check each gum pocket for disease and pain. We also use digital full-mouth radiology to catch many painful issues lurking out of sight.

Regular dental cleanings are one of the best things you can do for your fur baby.

It’s stressful when your pet needs surgery, even a routine spay or neuter. Any anesthetic procedure carries a certain amount of risk. That’s why we use only the safest anesthesia drugs, highly trained vet assistants, and the highest level of technology and equipment.

Your pet’s surgery plan will detail both pre-operative and post-op care, including pain management and antibiotics if necessary. We will communicate everything you need to know beforehand and call you the day of the surgery to report on your pet’s procedure and recovery.

Surgery at Eno takes place in our state-of-the-art sterile surgery suite, where our veterinarians are totally focused on your pet.


Acupuncture uses tiny needles to stimulate therapeutic effects. This ancient, holistic practice reduces inflammation and increases energy.

Acupuncture is scientifically proven to induce the release of helpful chemicals: beta-endorphins, serotonin, and other neurotransmitters. It’s especially beneficial for arthritis, allergies, chronic pain or weakness, Cushing’s disease, seizures, and kidney issues.

While just one session can lead to noticeable improvement, acupuncture is designed for long-term comfort.

Learn more about acupuncture.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy uses light to stimulate cell growth and increase blood flow. This innovative approach relieves pain and speeds healing.

Laser therapy is completely safe and non-invasive: pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free. It has been proven to treat many acute and chronic conditions…

    • Post-operative pain from surgery and dental work
    • Injury: sprains, strains, fractures, cuts, bites, wounds, tissue trauma
    • Inflammation: stiffness, arthritis, tendonitis, hip dysplasia, allergies, skin issues, infections

Each laser therapy session (per site) lasts 15 to 30 minutes. Sometimes dogs fall asleep and cats start to purr! Pet parents often notice improvement without a few hours…or even minutes. We often hear, “it’s like he’s a puppy again!” Or, “my cat is a new cat!” This makes us very happy.

We offer a variety of laser therapy packages.

Laser therapy is an excellent long-term care plan.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Congratulations—a new furry family member is so exciting! We are pet parents, too; we know adopting a puppy or kitten is such a happy time. It also takes a lot of work. Never fear: The Eno team is here to help!

The first step is to schedule a new pet visit, which will include our full “nose-to-tail” physical exam and lots of important information on vaccinations, nutrition, behavior and training, socialization, wellness plans, and more. Eno pet parents love our “puppy pack” and “kitten pack” resources.

Are you new to Eno? Welcome!

The earlier your new pet becomes familiar with us and our hospital, the easier visits will be for the rest of his or her life. We’re all about happy visits, full of treats and love! We’re so excited to get to know your new fur baby.

We love watching fur babies grow up and caring for them all their lives. Many Eno pets become “frequent flyers,” and their people become our friends. We’ll be here every step of the way

Parasite Prevention

Parasites are gross! They also pose serious and potentially life-threatening health problems. We cannot stress enough the importance of year-round parasite prevention, especially in our neck of the woods where exposure is high.

It only takes one bite one time for an infected mosquito to transfer heartworms to your pet. Treating a heartworm-infected dog can be exhausting and expensive. Sadly, there is no treatment for heartworms in cats, which means feline heartworms are always fatal. Did you know? In studies, about 28% of heartworm-positive cats are “indoor only.” You’ve likely seen a mosquito inside your home.

Prevention is always better than treatment…or death. We offer a variety of safe, effective products to protect your pet from heartworms, fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites.

Learn more about parasite prevention.

Behavior & Training Tips
Good behavior starts with good training. Good training means happier pets and happier humans! Training with your puppy is a life-long bonding experience.

Positive reinforcement and consistency are essential training tools. We offer a basic behavior consultation that covers proven techniques for obedience, house training, crate training, socialization, and desensitization for fearful or anxious pets. We can also refer you to local training experts for advanced guidance.

If your pet is experiencing behavior changes or problems, our behavior consult will also rule out any underlying medical issues that could be the cause.

Vaccinating your pet is absolutely essential, especially in the community we call home. Durham is a beautiful place to hike, boat, fish, go to dog parks, and spend time outdoors…which is where scary diseases live.

Vaccinating your dog or cat for rabies is required by N.C. state law. Core vaccines for dogs also include distemper/parvo and Bordatella, plus the influenza vaccine for boarding dogs. Core vaccines for cats include feline distemper.

The local risks for lyme disease and the highly contagious leptospirosis—two viruses tied to exposure to wooded or grassy areas (where ticks thrive), and standing water and dog parks—often warrant protecting your pet with additional vaccinations for lyme and lepto.

Our vets will thoroughly review the benefits of each vaccination and the best vaccination plan for your pet’s unique needs and lifestyle. Remember: Vaccines save lives.

Nutritional Consultations
Being overweight is a serious problem for pets that will cause health problems and even pain as they age.
Well-meaning, loving pet parents are often unwittingly contributing to the problem of pet obesity. If your pet won’t eat pet food without people food, your pet has trained you!

The good news is: We can set up a nutrition plan that meets the exact needs of your pet. With proper diet and exercise, plus your commitment, your pet can live a long, happy life at a healthy weight.

Lab Work
Routine lab work is essential to your pet’s health. Simple blood tests reveal the health of your pet’s internal organs and systems; check for early signs of chronic illness such as diabetes; and establish a “normal” baseline for your unique fur baby.

Urinalysis and intestinal parasite screenings (or fecal tests) are equally important to detect painful urinary infections or crystals…and those all-too-common parasitic worms!

The best medicine is preventative. Our in-house laboratory allows us to provide your pet the best care and treatment and you the best service and convenience.


We stock many common medications and parasite prevention products to serve your pet’s immediate and ongoing needs. Our online store offers many more prescription meds, plus food, chews, and over-the-counter joint supplements, treats, toys, and shampoo.

Both our in-house and online pharmacies are 100% guaranteed, meaning all medications are sourced straight from manufacturers. You can trust everything from an Eno pharmacy is real, safe, and effective.

Many pet parents like our online store for its convenience and automatic shipping option. Explore our store anytime!

We have a special room dedicated to digital full-body radiology. This essential diagnostic tool lets us detect injuries and illness from within.

Our team is highly trained to utilize radiology in the safest, most effective manner.


This non-invasive imaging, using ultrasonic waves, shows us your pet’s internal organs. Our high-end diagnostic ultrasound uses both pictures and video to detect pregnancy, tumors, blockages, leaks, urinary crystals, and more. A fantastic tool to complement radiographs, ultrasound provides a fuller picture of your pet’s health.

Note: Our vets use ultrasound for additional diagnostic information but are not ultrasound specialists. For certain cases, we will refer your pet to an ultrasound specialist for definitive diagnosis.

Senior Care
Getting older isn’t easy, and pets age faster than we do. In fact, many pets are considered senior at 7 years old. This is when their health needs change.

Senior pets benefit greatly from proper nutrition, exercise, preventative care, pain management, and specialized treatment.

At Eno, we will develop a health care plan that suits your senior pet’s exact needs. You will always be an integral part of that plan. We are your ally and your pet’s advocate. We are here to make sure your pet has the best quality and quantity of life possible.

Pain Management
Pain is a terrible thing. Eno’s commitment to the best care and compassion includes top-notch pain management.

Animals are experts at hiding pain. We educate our clients, especially those with senior pets, exactly how to recognize even the smallest signs of discomfort in their fur babies.

We also anticipate and plan for procedures that may cause pain, such as spays, neuters, and oral surgery. Every anesthetic pet at Eno is given a post-operative treatment plan that includes pain medication.

Urgent Care

Any time we are open, we will help you handle a scary, stressful situation any way we can.

If you ever suspect a serious problem with your pet, call us right away. Our vets will make an expert assessment and recommendation for triage and care. Usually we will refer you to a hospital best equipped to help your fur baby.

For urgent care, call UrgentVet in Chapel Hill at (984) 261-2323. For emergencies, call Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospital (TVRH) at (919) 489-0615.

End of Life Care
Saying goodbye to a pet is the most painful thing a pet parent must do. We will do everything we can to help you and your pet during his or her last stage of life.

Knowing when the time is right can be difficult. There are often many tough factors involved. Euthanasia is an intensely personal decision for each pet parent. We promise to practice compassion, empathy, and respect. We promise to be with you every step of the way.


We try our best to accommodate last-minute visit requests but do not accept walk-ins. We keep a number of visits open each day just for sick pets, and we always keep a waitlist to fill any cancellations. Call us: If we have room to work you in, we will absolutely do that!

We never want to turn away a pet. Yet if we are fully booked (basically every day), we will refer you to an urgent care or emergency hospital. Our vets will always do what’s best for the pet. Referrals are not refusals! Referrals are how we help your pet.

Learn more about high demand, wait times, and the ethics of Eno