We are so excited to be opening another Veterinary Clinic and Pet Boarding
facility in the beautiful Bryson City! We look forward to serving the
community with the same quality medical care and love that we have always
 provided to our pet patients and their human families at Cherokee
Animal Care Clinic. Please check in frequently for updates on the date of
our Grand Opening!

At Bryson Animal Care Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Bryson Animal Care Clinic

200 Bryson Walk 

Bryson City, NC 28713



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Office Hours

Our Temporary Schedule




8:30 am-5:00 pm


8:30 am-5:00 pm









Meet Our Skilled Team

  • Robbie McLeod, DVM

    Dr. Robbie graduated from NC State School of Veterinary Medicine is 1998 and shortly thereafter moved back to the Mountains of WNC. After moving back she worked for Cherokee Animal Hospital before starting her own Practice, County Lane Animal Hospital in Clyde, NC. In 2009 Dr. Robbie along with Practice Manager, Kristee Kaye started Cherokee Animal Care Clinic in Whittier, NC. 

    Dr. Robbie is accomplished in all facets of Veterinary Medicine. She is a very skilled surgeon and also enjoys large/farm animal and exotic medicine. She lives in Whittier with her husband Rusty, 9 year old daughter Aerin, 2 cats (Nigel & Finley), 1 Great Pyrenees (Jack) and the Whippet that all clients love, Windy. 

    Dr. Robbie will predominantly still being seeing her patients in Whittier, but will be at Bryson Animal Care Clinic 1 day per week.  

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