Winter Health Tips


Colder weather means it is time to “winterize” your animals. Here are some tips from the NC State Veterinary Hospital for keeping your animals comfortable, healthy, and safe this winter.



Why do I need to bring my pet in for an annual checkup?

Sadly, our pets cannot tell us how they are feeling.  (more…)

Fall Safety Tips For Your Pet

It’s that time of year….cooler temperatures, beautiful colors….As we bring summer to a close and welcome in the fall, remember these fall tips to help keep your pets safe and healthy. (more…)

Parvovirus-Is your dog covered?

Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease that is a life threatening illness.  (more…)

The Truth About Ticks

You won’t find ticks jumping or flying or falling out of trees, but you will find them waiting to crawl on their host.  (more…)

Understanding the Risk of Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is an infectious disease that causes serious illness in dogs, (more…)

Easy, Affordable Preventive Care Plans!

Mebane Pet Clinic is excited to offer Petly™ Preventive Care Plans! With low monthly payments, Petly Plans make it easier than ever to give your pets the care they need.


What is a dental cleaning?

A dental cleaning is sometimes called a prophylaxis. (more…)

Winter Pet Tips

7 Tips to Keep your Pets Healthy this Winter. Click to read more… (more…)

Canine Influenza – Dog Flu

Canine influenza virus, or “dog flu”, is a contagious virus that can be spread in social situations or where dogs congregate, like boarding, grooming, doggie-day cares, training classes and urban locations. Click here for our full client letter.
There are 2 strains to this virus, H3N8 and H3N2. We now carry the vaccination protecting against BOTH strains, which is the recommended protocol for any dog that would be involved in any of the above situations. This virus can cause severe sickness and sadly, even fatal conditions like pneumonia.
There have been positive cases for both strains in North Carolina.
Please call us today to set up an appointment for your dog to be protected against this virus.

We will be having vaccination clinics at both our Mebane and Hillsborough locations – check back here or our Facebook page for the most recent announcements.