Tyson Animal Hospital

Ensure your pet is healthy and happy. Visit Tyson Animal Hospital in Durham, for complete veterinary services at an honest and fair price. Our passionate and dedicated staff treats every animal as though it were their own pet.

Experienced & Dedicated
Tyson Animal Hospital of Durham, North Carolina was established in January 2006. Our main focus is to provide compassionate veterinary services for our clients and their pets. Trust our veterinarian's 16 years of experience caring for animals to serve you and your pet.

Every effort will be made to insure that your pet will receive the best care possible. We offer a variety of services to our clients. As a fully-staffed hospital, we are capable of in-house diagnostics, hospitalization, surgical procedures, bathing, and boarding!

Bring your animal to the loving and caring staff at Tyson Animal Hospital. Contact us today to request an appointment for your pet!

Located at the intersection of Hwy 55 and Sedwick Road, across the street from CVS Pharmacy
Serving: Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh & Cary

The reception area in our animal hospital
  • Tyson Animal Hospital
  • 5415 NC Highway 55
  • Durham,NC 27713
  • Phone: (919) 544-8297
  • Fax: (919) 361-5464
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  • Mon-Fri:
  • 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • 1st and 3rd Sat:
  • 8:00am - 12:00pm
  • After Hours Emergencies:
  • (919) 489-0615
  • Dr. Donna Tyson, DVM

    Dr. Tyson originally graduated from NC State University in 1985 with a BS in Environmental Design. After graduation, Dr. Tyson began breeding Yorkshire Terriers. One very special little puppy she bred, however, made her realize veterinary medicine was her true calling in life. This one particular puppy was born with a cleft pallet and required some extra care, so Dr. Tyson found herself spending a lot of time at the local vet's office learning a lot of new things about animals and animal care. She knew at this point she needed to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Dr. Tyson graduated from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 and has been practicing medicine ever since. She opened Tyson Animal Hospital in 2006 with its main focus being on its clients and their pets. She is skilled in diagnostics and surgical procedures. When she is not busy providing exceptional care to pets, Dr. Tyson enjoys spending time with her children, trying new foods, swimming, and horseback riding. 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1998
    NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Dr. Christi Luke, DVM

    Dr. Christi Luke has worked at Tyson Animal Hospital since 2011. She began her career with us working as a technician, and returned in May of 2015 to practice alongside Dr. Tyson after graduation from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Originally from Mississippi, Dr. Luke moved here with her husband and their dog Argus, a 12 year old mixed breed. Dr. Luke has an interest in small animals, horses, and goats, and she hopes to live on her own farm one day!

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2014
  • Lynn

    Lynn moved to North Carolina in 1991 after graduating from Michigan State University with a degree in Zoology. She has been working with Dr. Tyson for sixteen years, and has been a part of the TAH family since they first opened their doors in 2006. Lynn is a very strong Veterinary Assistant who wears many different hats in our hospital; she does a little bit of everything! She has one dog of her own, a Labrador/pit bull mix named Raymer, who she rescued in May of 2014. In her spare time, Lynn enjoys reading, watching movies, riding roller-coasters, and spending time with her children and husband.
  • Alx

    Alx has been a part of the TAH family since 2010. He is one of our Veterinary Assistants and is very skilled at assisting with surgery and sedation procedures. Originally from Pennsylvania, Alx moved here in 2010 with his family. In his spare time, Alx enjoys throwing pottery, trying new foods (spicy is his favorite), and playing the guitar. He also likes to give back to the community by growing out his hair annually and donating it to Locks of Love. 
  • Loren

    Loren joined our team in May of 2014 as Veterinary Receptionist, and has been working in veterinary medicine since 2009. Originally from Maryland, Loren moved to North Carolina in 2008 with family and fell in love with our great state. She has a very special little dog of her own, a miniature dachshund named Ruby, who is like a child to Loren. In her spare time, Loren enjoys refinishing furniture, and spending time with her friends and family (...and of course Ruby)!
  • Leslie

    Leslie has been a Veterinary Assistant at Tyson Animal Hospital since 2009, but has been working with animals since 2007. She is very knowledgeable in all aspects of veterinary medicine and is currently attending NC State University to study Horticulture and Animal Sciences. Leslie has one pet of her own, a boxer named Chloe Mae, that she likes to describe as "smooshy, sweet, and silly." In her spare time, Leslie enjoys traveling, trying new foods, and cooking. Although she was born and raised here in Durham, Leslie aspires to move to Belize with her wife in the future.
  • Alexis

    Alexis joined our team in 2013 as Veterinary Receptionist, but quickly realized her true passion was to work more closely with the animals, so she began working as Veterinary Assistant in May of 2014. Originally from Charlotte, Alexis moved to Durham after graduating Appalachian State University in 2012 with a degree in Biology. Alexis has two "daughters" of her own, two Pitbulls named Sara and Amie. Alexis is currently attending North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine to pursue a degree in Veterinary Medicine. 
  • Jose

    Jose is our youngest staff member at Tyson. He works with us seasonally as a Kennel Assistant when he's home on college breaks. Jose is absolutely great with not only the pets but the clients as well. Jose is currently enrolled at Appalachian State University pursuing a degree in pre-veterinary medicine. In his free time, Jose enjoys volunteering within the community and spending time with his family.