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4 Paws Veterinary Hospital

302 Boone Trl Rd, Duffield, VA, 24244

Phone: 276-431-4838

610 Animal Hospital

395 Garrisonville Rd, Stafford, VA, 22554

Phone: 540-602-7794

Accomack Animal Hospital

26157 Onley Rd, Onancock, VA, 23417

Phone: 757-787-3112
Fax: 757-787-3520

Adams Mill Veterinary Hospital

10205 Colvin Run Rd, Great Falls, VA, 22066

Phone: 703-757-7570
Fax: 513-821-2715

Albemarle Veterinary Health Care Center

445 Wfield Rd, Charlottesville, VA, 22901

Phone: 434-973-6146
Fax: 907-563-4900

All Pets Veterinary Hospital

43112 John Mosby Highway, Chantilly, VA, 20152

Phone: 703-327-6666
Fax: 703-327-4664

Allied Animal Hospital

7209 W Broad St, Richmond, VA, 23294

Phone: 804-672-7200
Fax: 804-755-1262

Alpha Animal Hospital

11725 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA, 22030

Phone: 703-272-7810

Altavista Animal Hospital

1437 Lynch Mill Rd, Altavista, VA, 24517

Phone: 434-369-7033
Fax: 434-369-2348

Amberwood Veterinary Hospital

121 Sycamore St, Culpeper, VA, 22701

Phone: 540-825-5303
Fax: 540-825-6875
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Amherst Veterinary Hospital

3327 S Amherst Highway, Monroe, VA, 24574

Phone: 434-929-1010
Fax: 941-782-7000

Animal Emergency Critical Care

165 Ft Evans Rd NE, Leesburg, VA, 20176

Phone: 703-777-5755
Fax: 703-777-9968

Animal Hospital of Ivy Square

2125 Ivy Rd, Charlottesville, VA, 22903

Phone: 434-515-1995
Fax: 303-688-7886

Animal Hospital of Stuarts Draft

209 Draft Ave, Stuarts Draft, VA, 24477

Phone: 540-337-5005
Fax: 540-337-5007

Animal Hospital of Waynesboro

1009 W Main St, Waynesboro, VA, 22980

Phone: 540-943-3081
Fax: 540-949-7771

Appomattox Animal Hospital

5399 Richmond Highway, Spout Spring, VA, 24593

Phone: 434-352-8483
Fax: 434-352-4296

Aquia-Garrisonville Animal Hospital

878 Garrisonville Rd, Stafford, VA, 22554

Phone: 540-659-8140
Fax: 509-965-7915

Ark Angel Animal Hospital

1115 Ware St SW, Vienna, VA, 22180

Phone: 703-255-6897

Arlington Animal Hospital

2624 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA, 22204

Phone: 703-920-5300
Fax: 703-685-8860

Ashburn Animal Hospital

44110 Ashburn Shopping Plaza, Ashburn, VA, 20147

Phone: 703-552-4244
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Ashburn Animal Medical Center

42385 Ryan Rd, Ashburn, VA, 20148

Phone: 571-295-5831

Ashburn Farm Animal Hospital

43330 Jct Plaza, Ashburn, VA, 20147

Phone: 703-726-8784
Fax: 703-726-8766

Ashburn Veterinary Hospital

20893 Stubble Rd, Ashburn, VA, 20147

Phone: 703-729-9200
Fax: 703-729-9229

Ashland Veterinary Hospital

513 S Washington Highway, Ashland, VA, 23005

Phone: 804-798-8169
Fax: 606-325-8972

Atlantic Animal Hospital

23327 Lankford Highway, Accomac, VA, 23301

Phone: 757-302-0345
Fax: 757-302-0348

Augusta Valley Animal Hospital

310 Betsy Bell Rd, Staunton, VA, 24401

Phone: 540-324-3830
Fax: 540-851-1501

Aylett Animal Hospital

8065 Richmond Tappahannock Highway, Aylett, VA, 23009

Phone: 804-769-1530
Fax: 804-769-1096

Baldwin Creek Animal Hospital

16500 Hull St Rd, Moseley, VA, 23120

Phone: 804-739-2933
Fax: 830-757-3102

Ballston Animal Hospital

5232 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA, 22205

Phone: 703-528-2776
Fax: 703-528-8111

Beacon Hill Animal Hospital

6610 Richmond Highway, Alexandria, VA, 22306

Phone: 703-765-7877
Fax: 732-269-8110
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Bell Creek Veterinary Hospital

8310 Bell Crk Rd, Mechanicsville, VA, 23116

Phone: 804-730-8545

Bermuda Hundred Animal Hospital

13237 Rivs Bnd Boulevard, Chester, VA, 23836

Phone: 804-530-1513
Fax: 804-530-0867

Blooms Crossing Veterinary Clinic

8641 Sudley Rd, Manassas, VA, 20110

Phone: 703-335-7766
Fax: 812-824-9006

Blue Cross Dunn Loring Animal Hospital

8429 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA, 22031

Phone: 703-560-1881

Blue Ridge Animal Hospital

11298 James Monroe Highway, Culpeper, VA, 22701

Phone: 540-825-8353
Fax: 518-827-4555

Blue Ridge Veterinary Hospital

436 Floyd Highway N, Floyd, VA, 24091

Phone: 540-745-3800
Fax: 540-745-3802

Bonsack Veterinary Hospital

1620 Blue Rdg Boulevard, Roanoke, VA, 24012

Phone: 540-977-5520

Botetourt Veterinary Hospital

5598 Roanoke Rd, Troutville, VA, 24175

Phone: 540-992-2711

Brandermill Animal Hospital

12501 Hull St Rd, Midlothian, VA, 23112

Phone: 804-745-4243

Broad Street Veterinary Hospital

3320 W Broad St, Richmond, VA, 23230

Phone: 804-353-4491
Fax: 804-358-9225
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About Animal Hospitals

An animal hospital is generally more full-service than the smaller veterinary “clinic”, but they are both very capable of treating your animal but not on the same scale as a hospital does. 

A vet or vets at a clinic, just like a hospital, do complete examinations, and generally referred to them as “wellness exams”. They tend to concentrate on the preventative veterinary medical care area of veterinary practice. They will make diagnoses, but usually don’t have “in-hospital” laboratory. Generally, a “clinic” limits its veterinary surgical to minor surgical procedures, neutering and spaying. 

Animal hospitals require more room to keep sick or injured pets overnight or longer. So an animal or veterinary hospital will have the facilities to care for animals in more extensive ways and provide more extensive treatment options.

The typical modern animal or veterinary hospital will have many of these:
radiology, especially digital radiology today
•    in-house laboratory tests
•    laser surgery and laser therapy
•    oxygen therapy
•    electrocardiograms
•    ultrasound
•    general-routine surgeries
•    specialty surgeries
•    dental services
•    intensive care
•    hospitalization
•    boarding facilities
•    specialized treatment options (stem cell therapy)
•    fully stock pharmacy
•    and other modalities
Animal or veterinary hospitals, because they are more diverse, usually have more veterinarians on staff and more veterinary support staff.

If your pet has been experienced some kind of trauma, such as being hit by a car or a blunt object or falling more than a few feet.
•    Your pet isn’t breathing or you can’t feel a heartbeat.
•    Your pet is unconscious and won’t wake up.
•    Your pet has been vomiting or has had diarrhea for more than 24 hours, or she is vomiting blood.
•    You suspect any broken bones.
•    Your pet is having trouble breathing or has something stuck in her throat.
•    Your pet has had or is having a seizure.
•    Your pet is bleeding from the eyes, nose, or mouth, or there is blood in her urine or feces.
•    You think your pet might have ingested something toxic, such as antifreeze, rat poison, any kind of medication that wasn’t prescribed to her, or household cleansers.
•    Your pet, particularly your male cat, is straining to urinate, or is unable to.
•    Your pet shows signs of extreme pain, such as whining, shaking, and refusing to socialize.
•    Your pet collapses or suddenly can’t stand up.
•    Your pet begins bumping into things or suddenly becomes disoriented.
•    You can see irritation or injury to your pet’s eyes, or she suddenly seems to become blind.
•    Your pet’s abdomen is swollen and hard to the touch, and/or she’s gagging and trying to vomit.
•    You see symptoms of heatstroke.
•    Your pregnant dog or cat has gone more than three to four hours between delivering puppies or kittens.