Our practice philosophy is simple -- to supply the finest of medical and surgical care for our patients and to enjoy doing it. We opened in an 800 square foot modular office and after four years, in November 1995, completed our current building. The hospital became certified by AAHA in 1997. We are presently four year certified. This is the highest certification available.

Contact Details

  City Greensboro, NC
  Zip Code 27406
  Address 3733 Southeast School Road
  Phone Number (336) 674-1002

From Our Website

Southeast Community Animal Hospital, PLLC was established in January 1991 by Dr. David and Dr. Laurie Scotton. Our practice philosophy is simple -- to provide the best of medical and surgical care for our patients and to enjoy doing it. We are located on Southeast School Road between Alamance Elementary School and Southeast Guilford High School. We are proud to support all of the schools in our local community with regular donations to the school's science programs. Since starting this program, we have donated over $10,000 for science education.

Southeast Community Animal Hospital is proud to be an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Our accreditation demonstrates our commitment to the highest standards of veterinary care. AAHA regularly evaluates our hospital to ensure that we comply with the association's standards for patient care, hospital services and equipment. AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine. Only 17% of small animal practices in the United States are AAHA accredited.

Alongside the excellent medical and surgical services offered at SECAH, we maintain a large boarding area for both dogs and cats in the back end of the building. There are 10 runs available to canine boarders in two different sizes: 4 medium and 6 large. The floor of the runs consist of three netted grates, which allow the run to stay cleaner in that most anything can be rinsed through the grate for a quick easy cleanup. In addition to the runs, there are 12 cages available to board canines: 3 small, 4 medium, 4 large, and 1 extra large cage.

In recent years, ultrasound technology has improved veterinary diagnostics in many ways. An abdominal ultrasound offers the trained eye a glimpse of the shape, size and appearance of the liver, kidneys, intestines, urinary bladder, and more. A cardiac ultrasound takes you on a revealing trip through the inside of the heart, rendering everything from valves to blood flow. Ultrasounds can also help one see the foal growing inside a mare or the tumor growing inside a spleen. It can guide your needle as you obtain tissue samples for cytology or perform pericardial centesis.

Good dental hygiene is an essential part of keeping your pet healthy. We have the necessary facilities here to perform not only routine dentals, but also complicated extractions when neccesary. Our doctors recommend that your animal(s) have their teeth cleaned once yearly, especially as they get older. We offer a special program that gives owners 10% off the dental price if they have it done within 30 days after their annual exam. We also celebrate "National Dental Month" in February of every year and offer a 10% discount on the dental price all month long.

We are full service veterinary hospital. This means that we are able to do most medical and surgical procedures that your pet may need. Here is a list of the things that we do to help you with your pet. If it is not on the list, we probably still perform the service we just accidentally left it off! Do not hesitate to ask about the services we offer.

We are pleased to offer a state-of-the-art surgical facility that enables us to provide the best care possible for all of our patients. Our facility allows us to perform a wide variety of advanced surgical procedures. These procedures range from the head to the tail. All of our veterinarians feel that spaying and neutering your pet is an essential part of protecting your animal's health in the future. Research has shown that spaying or neutering your pets can be very beneficial to your pet's short-term and long-term health.