Veterinarians in Charlottesville, VA
Comprehensive list of Charlottesville, Virginia based veterinary clinics and animal hospitals offering advanced medical diagnostics or pet treatment. Find a veterinarian for your dog, cat or other pet.
To supply the best quality care in an expert and compassionate manner. We are a 4 Doctor, complete service medical, surgical, and boarding center. The hospital has been servicing the Charlottesville area since 1959 striving to supply excellence in veterinary care. Our vaccination program includes an annual physical examination in order to supply the highest available protection for your pet.
Pantops Veterinary Hospital is a complete-service tiny animal veterinary facility, with practice limited to dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs. Our mission is to foster trusting partnerships with pet owners in a caring, professional environment and to be the pet hospital of choice in our community.
Logo design is patterend after the New Zealand Koru, which symbolizes new life, new beginnings. Committed to integrating traditional veterinary medicine with chiropractic and medical acupuncture for the health and well being of your horse. A graduate of the University of Florida, I have worked as a equine veterinarian for over twenty five years, I have found that by bringing chiropractic therapies
Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service & Specialty. VETS was originally founded by a group of local veterinarians to supply convenient after-hours care for their customers and patients. Over the past two decades, VETS has grown into a state-of-the-art critical care facility committed to delivering emergency care to all the tiny animals in Charlottesville and the surrounding region.
CVCA will be sponsoring the Inova Fairfax Children's Hospital Pediatric heart reunion at Clemyjontri Park in Mclean on September 13th, 2009. We are thrilled to say that Dr. Gina Pasieka just achieved board certification in cardiology this past July! CVCA will be opening an eighth location in Gaithersburg, Maryland on August 31st of 2009.
The Regional Veterinary Referral Center is situated in the centre of the Northern Virginia - Washington, DC metropolitan area. It is a comfortable combination of both old and new. Our newly expanded facility is well over 9500 square feet and still growing. The Center boasts several of the most advanced diagnostic/treatment modalities provided in veterinary medicine today.
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Early Drop off Service is available. Colonial Animal Hospital is a complete service medical and surgical veterinary hospital situated in Midtown Springfield, VA, limited to cats and dogs. Our practice philosophy is preventative health medicine which we individualize located on the animal's age and lifestyle. Site developed by spot at the beach.