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You want the best for your pet, whether it’s pain treatment and clinical care or grooming and day care. The medical and boarding services we provide for your pets at our advanced veterinary hospital are surpassed by few. We offer a highly trained staff in addition to a wide variety of services aimed at providing your animal companion with the highest level of medical care.
At Fort Hunt Animal Hospital of Alexandria, VA, we focus on preventative care measures to maximize your pet’s wellness in the long run. Wellness and preventative care includes vaccines, blood tests and other lab work, and biannual physical exams. Serious illnesses caught early are easier and less costly to treat, which is why we recommend physical exams every 6 months. Our pets age much faster than we do, so they must be examined more frequently.
Maintaining your pet’s optimum health also depends on you choosing the veterinary professionals you can trust. Our staff includes doctors of veterinary medicine, licensed veterinary technicians, veterinary technician students, veterinary assistants, and client care specialists.
Whether your pet is enduring a long term illness, or is suffering with a medical emergency, our staff is ready to help. Our facility is equipped to help in many emergency circumstances during regular business hours. If your pet is dealing with broken or diseased teeth, we have exceptional pet dentistry services available on-site. You can rest assured your pet will be cared for in the same way we would care for our own.
If you’ve heard it takes someone special to care for injured kittens and puppies, you heard right. Our staff includes professionals that love animals far beyond just their own, and work hard to help each furry friend coming through our door leave a healthy, content pet. Call us at (703) 360-6100 to schedule an appointment today and find out why we are so different than the average veterinary hospital.
I have been using Ft. Hunt Animal Hospital for about 30 years and have always found the doctors and staff to be very caring. I appreciate the time spent explaining specific findings and answering questions. I never feel rushed.
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