Dogs occasionally develop a red eye. The redness may be in the white of the eye, in the clear part of the eye called the cornea, or within the eyeball. There are many causes of a red eye, but all ...View Article
Suffolk Animal Clinic Provides
Quality Pet Care
Welcome to our animal clinic and veterinary hospital. Our animal clinic has been providing skilled veterinary care in the North Suffolk area since 1998. North Suffolk Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital providing care for pets in the Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton Roads, Tidewater, Norfolk and the Western Branch area of Chesapeake. We provide a range of veterinary services to meet the changing needs of your pet throughout the stages of their life.
Our full-service animal vet clinic offers medical, surgical, dental, and preventative care for your pets. At our Suffolk veterinary hospital, we are dedicated to providing the best possible health and wellness care through the education of pet owners, continuing education for our doctors and staff, and cutting edge services and products. Our veterinarians and staff are passionate about veterinary medicine and are exceptionally well trained and we strive to provide professional and advanced veterinary services.
Suffolk Veterinarians Offer Wellness Care, Surgery, and Preventative Services
Our Suffolk veterinarians and staff offer a range of veterinary services for pets in Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Hampton Roads, and Tidewater. At our animal vet clinic, we offer preventative, medical, dental and surgical care during our regular business hours. Some of the services that we provide at our veterinary hospital include general surgery, radiographs, dental cleanings and extractions, preventative wellness plans and physicals, scheduled vaccinations, and nutritional and behavioral counseling from one of our veterinarians.
In addition to these services, we have an in-house pharmacy and an on-site laboratory to speed up diagnosis and treatment for your pet. By having all these services on site, we offer comprehensive veterinary care in one animal vet clinic for your convenience. For a further explanation of our services, please visit our Services area, where our veterinary hospital procedures are explained in greater detail.
At our animal vet clinic, we have three veterinarians on staff, several licensed vet technicians, veterinary assistants, and two receptionists to provide pet owners excellent care. To learn more about our Suffolk veterinarians and staff, we invite you to visit the Meet Our Team section. Our staff members are all pet owners themselves and understand the care and compassion that you are looking for in an animal hospital.
The goal of our veterinary hospital is to simplify pet care and make information about pet health accessible and reliable. One way we do this is by providing pet owners with online access to their pet's medical information. By providing an online link to these important veterinary records, we save you time when you are looking to travel, have an emergency, or simply have questions. These records can be accessed through our ePetRecords section.
We invite you to learn more about pet healthcare through our online library of veterinary information and to become a website member to receive our informative pet health newsletters. If you have questions about our services or would like to make an appointment at our North Suffolk Animal Clinic, please call us at 757-483-3800 or email us.
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North Suffolk Animal Clinic
Suffolk, VA 23435