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Communicable Diseases

FORT BRAGG VETERINARY TREATMENT FACILITY (VTF)

Location: Bldg. 2-7606, Reilly Road
Phone: 396-9120
Fax: 396-3882

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday | 0800-1600*
Weekends and federal holidays | Closed
*Closed the last working day of the month.

Medical Treatment: The VTF provides vaccinations, heartworm testing, Feline Leukemia testing, fecal checks, and treatment for routine communicable diseases.

Registration

  • All dogs and cats over 4 months of age residing on Fort Bragg must be registered with the VTF.
  • Owners are required to register their animals within 10 days of arrival or acquisition of animal.
  • You must present military ID, proof  of rabies vaccinations and pay a service fee.
  • Micro chipping is mandatory IAW Fort Bragg policy.
  • Wild animals such as ferrets, skunks, raccoons, monkeys, wolves, wolf crosses, etc. are not authorized to be kept as pets on Fort Bragg and are therefore not treated at this facility.
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