Page Wages, DVM, Veterinarian in Raleigh, NC, 27608.
Address 1216 Oberlin Rd.,
Raleigh NC , 27608
Hours of Operation Mon 7:30 AM - 5:30 PMTue 7:30 AM - 5:30 PMWed 7:30 AM - 5:30 PMThu 7:30 AM - 5:30 PMFri 7:30 AM - 5:30 PMSat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Phone 919-832-3107 Fax 919-834-4045

Page Wages, DVM

CareFirst Animal Hospital at Oberlin

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Services Offered:
•Allergy Testing •Anesthesia •Available 24 Hours •Boarding – Medical
•Boarding – Non-Medical •Daycare – Non-Medical •Declawing •Dental Care
•Diagnostics - X Rays, Ultrasound •Diagnostics -Lab/Blood work •Drop off service •Electronic Record Transfers
•Emergency Care •Euthanasia and Hospice •Flea and Tick Control •General Practice
•Grooming •Holistic Medicine •House Calls •In-house Pharmacy
•Micro chipping •Nutrition Counseling •Pain Management •Preventive Care
•Puppy & Kitten Care •Senior Care •Shelter/Adoption Programs •Spaying/Neutering
•Surgery •Training/Behavior •Vaccinations •Wellness Exams
•Wellness Plans

Appointments Accepted Online:
•6 Month check up•Annual Visit•Blood work /testing•Dental
•Dermatology & Ear•Digestive•Flea medication•Follow up care
•Gland expression•Heartworm test•Minor injury•New pet visit
•Ophthalmology•Orthopedic•Parasite testing•Pet sick/unsure


Licensed in NC

Animals Treated:

Dogs , Cats , Puppies and Kittens


North Carolina State University, 2005

License Details:

State of North Carolina

Years Of Experience:

12 Years

Languages Spoken:


Payment types accepted:

Cash, Check, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Mastercard, CareCredit

Professional Statement
Dr. Page Wages began working at Oberlin as a technician when she was a veterinary student in 2002. She enjoyed the practice so much that after graduating from NC State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 she became one of our team! Dr. Wages is active with the veterinary students at NCSU and participates with Christian Veterinary Mission Short Term missions (annually travels with a group of students to the Navajo Reservation to work on large and small animals). She is also a regular volunteer for the Second Chance Spay Day, held monthly at the Oberlin facility, where as many as 75 pets are spayed or neutered in a single day. When not working hard or volunteering, Dr. Wages is taking care of her “mini farm” of chickens, a duck, a cat, rabbits, dogs, and any other animal that needs a place to rest!