Acredale Animal Hospital is a full-service, companion animal hospital located in Virginia Beach. Acredale’s team of ten doctors is skilled in veterinary services that include diagnostics, therapy, surgery, electrocardiography, and dentistry. They also offer preemptive care for pets that are young and healthy, such as behavioral and dietary counseling.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 523-6100
Affordable Veterinary Services of VA is a low-cost, pet wellness clinic located within Virginia Beach’s Care-A-Lot Pet Supply Store. Affordable Veterinary Services offers affordable vaccines, basic diagnostic testing, heartworm and deworming medications, and flea and tick prevention for both cats and dogs. Walk-ins are available and patient forms can be filled out online before appointments. They also operate a Mobile Wellness Clinic that their Facebook page keeps up-to-date.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 965-4482
Animal Medical Center is a Virginia Beach veterinary care clinic equipped to handle standard pet care for dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets. A team of eight skilled and knowledgeable doctors operate the Animal Medical Center. They enjoy everything about the practice – from working with cats to hamsters, to having special interests in ophthalmology, surgery, wound management, and giant breed dogs.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 481-5213
Bostic Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary practice located in the Kempsville area of Virginia Beach. Dr. Gail W. Szabo, a Virginia Beach native, and Dr. Anthony Manning, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, offer veterinary services such as pet wellness care, pet dentistry, veterinary surgery, grooming, and breeding. Bostic Veterinary Hospital is PennHIP certified and accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 497-8492
Boulevard Veterinary Hospital for Integrative Healing is an animal hospital located in Norfolk that serves pets in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Chief of Staff, Dr. Constance Pozniak, is fully-certified in veterinary chiropractic and acupuncture. Her staff uses Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, Diagnostic Ultrasounds, and Hydrotherapy for the safe health benefits.
Norfolk, VA(757) 461-4416
Four Paws Mobile Veterinary Clinic offers office and at-home visits for patients seeking clinical veterinary care around the Newport News area. Four Paws’ veterinarians are skilled in diagnostics, heartworm tests, hospice care, house calls, microchipping, pain management, pharmaceutical care, and vaccines. Dr. Leslie Dragon graduated from North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and has experience working in animal hospitals, as well as with humane societies and animal rescue organizations, where she performed surgeries and wellness care for pets. Four Paws’ other veterinarian, Dr. Todd White, also earned his doctorate from North Carolina State University and specializes in feline medicine.
Newport News, VA(757) 880-4051
General Booth Veterinary Hospital is a small animal practice that has served patients and clients in the Virginia Beach area for more than two decades. Their multi-doctor team specializes in pain management, canine and feline internal medicine, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and many other areas. General Booth’s veterinarians, as well as their grooming salon and pet hotel, helped them to secure the Best of the Beach 2015 award.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 430-2585
Great Neck Veterinary Clinic focuses on bringing both traditional and unique services to pets and pet owners throughout the Virginia Beach area. Their team is skilled in both big and small surgical procedures, routine dental care, internal medicines for liver, cardiac, and gastrointestinal issues. The professionals at Great Neck also offer special services such as their boarding facility, Fur’st Choice Doggy Daycare, as well as a full-service veterinary pharmacy that is on-site at their location.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 481-2800
Independence Veterinary Hospital provides veterinary care and services to pets near and around Virginia Beach. Dr. Brian S. Hastings, the owner and one of their full-time veterinarians, received his doctorate from Virginia Tech and has a particular interest in surgery, ultrasonography, and cardiology. Independence’s other full-time vet, Dr. Robert B. Johnston, received his doctorate from the University of Florida and has been in the practice of caring for animals for more than 30 years.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 473-8560
Owl Creek Veterinary Hospital is a Virginia Beach companion animal hospital offering standard veterinary care, as well as dog training, a dog daycare center, and kennel boarding, for pet owners around the area. Dr. Ann Ayre, an Owl Creek veterinarian for nearly two decades, graduated with honors from the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College and has a keen interest in animal dentistry. Dr. Kirsten Jaegersen earned her doctorate from Ross University in 2014 and focuses on both dental and surgical veterinary care.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 354-3947
P.A.W.S. for Rehabilitation is a physical rehabilitation and pain management center for dogs throughout the Virginia Beach Metro area. Doctors Stephanie Patterson and Blair Hollowell, the current veterinarians at P.A.W.S., have backgrounds in surgery and internal medicine. They use rehabilitation therapy, hydrotherapy, electronic walkway systems, fitness and conditioning, training classes, acupuncture, and a variety of other treatments during each visit.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 472-8400
Paws Clinic is a low-cost, walk-ins only, pet wellness center that husband and wife, Dr. Mike and Monique Wansky, founded in 2000 in Virginia Beach. Paws Clinic offers vaccinations and parasite control for cats and dogs, as well as a free doctor’s exam with each vaccination. A certified professional by the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine, Dr. Mike Wansky and his wife, Monique, established Paws Clinic, a BBB accredited business, to make preventive pet care available at affordable prices.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 496-9858
Princess Anne Veterinary Hospital is an animal hospital that offers primary medical, surgical, and dental care to pets throughout the Virginia Beach Metro area. Dr. Kier, one of their current doctors, has been at Princess Anne for more than a decade. A nationally accredited Veterinarian, Dr. Kier can issue domestic and international health certificates for traveling families. Dr. Johnson is a veteran of the United States Army and has a particular interest in geriatric medicine, anesthesia, and ophthalmology.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 453-4145
Providence Square Veterinary Clinic & Referral Services is a Virginia Beach clinic that cares for both small animals like cats and dogs, as well as more exotic pets, such as rabbits, birds, mice, and reptiles. Their doctors have experience in medical, diagnostic, dental, and surgical care. The owner, Dr. Evzen O. Burian, has received extensive training in veterinary dentistry and is regarded as an authority in surgical techniques for birds of prey. Dr. Deborah Scarborough earned her doctorate from North Carolina State University in 1996 and owned and operated a small animal clinic in North Carolina for eight years. Both doctors are highly interested in exotic animals.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 495-2961
Salem Veterinary Hospital cares for cats, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, pocket pets, birds, and small farm animals throughout Virginia Beach and surrounding areas. Salem’s fully-staffed and experienced veterinarians make this extensive veterinary service possible. Doctors Barbara Sheffield, Lisa Hundley, and Karen Smithwick have nearly eight decades of veterinary experience combined. Dr. Hundley has a keen interest in surgery and internal medicine, Dr. Smithwick specializes in emergency and critical care, and Dr. Sheffield has nearly 30 years of experience in owning and working in veterinary practices.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 427-2222
Shipp’s Corner Veterinary Hospital, formerly known as Little Neck Animal Hospital, is a veterinary care facility located inside of Shipp’s Corner Pet Spa in Virginia Beach. Along with offering routine care and preventative medicine, Shipp’s veterinarian, Dr. Johnson, is also skilled in senior pain management, dentistry, dermatology, nutrition, radiology, and many other fields. Dr. Johnson has worked in emergency clinics and taught classes for Virginia Beach’s Animal Control Division. And because Shipp’s Corner Veterinary Hospital’s location is inside of the spa, owners can feel free to drop their pets off for some relaxation.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 340-0923
Strawbridge Animal Care is a veterinary clinic focused on caring for companion animals in and around the Virginia Beach Metro area. Through the use of up-to-date medical technology, the doctors at Strawbridge Animal Care have the experience and equipment to perform veterinary surgery, dental care, internal medicine care, and diagnostics. Strawbridge Animal Care is AAHA accredited and PennHIP certified.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 427-6120
The Cove offers 24/7 emergency and special care services to patients in the Suffolk Metro area. Dr. Merrilee T. Small is one of 208 veterinarians who have earned board certification in the field of Cardiology. Their surgical specialist, Dr. Jeff T. Stallings, is a member of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Along with surgery and cardiology, The Cove’s vets also specialize in dentistry, critical care, and internal medicines.
Suffolk, VA(757) 935-9111
Virginia Beach Veterinary Hospital serves pets and animals in and around the Virginia Beach area. Both Dr. David H. Morris and Dr. Andrew J. Baker earned their D.V.M. degrees from Mississippi State University and are licensed to treat patients in emergency situations, as well as less urgent needs for medical, surgical, and dental care. Virginia Beach Veterinary Hospital is an AAHA accredited, open hospital, where owners are allowed in the examination room to be with their pets.
Virginia Beach, VA(757) 460-3308