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Welcoming Kari Hyatt, DVM, To LakeCross Veterinary!

Dr. Kari Hyatt is the newest veterinarian to join the LakeCross Veterinary team! She has been treating patients in the Harrisburg, Concord and North Charlotte areas for years, and now she’s here to help pets and pet parents of Lake Norman. Dr. Hyatt is a native of Hickory, NC, and graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University.

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Kari Hyatt, DVM

Since 1998, LakeCross Veterinary has delivered compassionate care to pets and clients in the Lake Norman (Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson & Mooresville) and Charlotte area.

We are committed to creating a positive, welcoming environment where animals can feel safe, and their owners can feel confident in the level of care we offer. A personal touch, combined with unique services like rehabilitation, acupuncture, eastern medicine, and treatment for feline hyperthyroidism, is what makes LakeCross Veterinary special.

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Meet Our Veterinarians

veterinary care at Lake Norman

Our veterinarians love taking care of the pets of Lake Norman. Learn more about them and watch video interviews! Learn more

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Acupuncture For Pets

Our Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Kay Wahl, DVM, CVA, offers dogs and cats a holistic approach to treating chronic pain, anxiety and other conditions. Acupuncture can be particularly effective for animal that cannot tolerate traditional medications.

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Protecting Those Who Protect Us

LakeCross Veterinary was proud to present body armor vests to the K9 Unit of the Huntersville Police Department. We thought this would be the most tangible way we could show how much we care for these service animals and their officers. We’re glad we can add this extra layer of protection that could potentially save the lives of these K9s.

Watch the clip from FOX 46 News and click here to learn more!

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