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Animal Health Center

At Old Dominion Animal Health Center, we are committed to delivering the best available veterinary medicine and are dedicated to serving you and your pet. Our goal is to exceed expectations with each and every interaction we have with our valued clients and beloved patients. We are a full service veterinary medical facility serving the animal healthcare needs of dogs, cats and other small mammals.

For more than 40 years our highly skilled, compassionate staff of veterinary professionals have providing exceptional animal medical care, combined with outstanding boarding, grooming, and training services. We want to become your trusted source for all of your pet’s needs and we look forward to serving you for many years to come!

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paws_newThe Old Dominion Animal Health Center is a full service animal heathcare clinic serving the veterinary, boarding, grooming and training needs of the people and pets of McLean, VA and surrounding communities. DN5A9604-300x199

Our comprehensive services are designed to meet the complete care needs of each patient that we serve, from routine wellness care to advanced diagnostics to complex surgical services and just about everything in between.

Old Dominion Animal Health Center has a state-of-the-art facility that is roomy enough to make any guest feel comfortable, and offers all of the modern amenities needed to deliver total pet care.

The staff at ODAH Center is committed to health of your pets and we’ll do whatever it takes to make sure every patient enjoys a long, happy and healthy life.

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  • Location

    Old Dominion Animal Health Center
    6719 Lowell Avenue
    McLean, Virginia 22101
    Ph: 703-356-5582
    Fax: 703-893-2441
    Email: info@odahcenter.com
     

    Hospital Hours

    Mon-Fri 7am-7pm
    Saturday 8am-4pm
    Sunday 12 - 4 for Pet Hotel only
    **Staffed 24 hours a day for all pets that are hospitalized or boarding.

    AFTER-HOURS EMERGENCIES
    For after-hours emergencies, please contact The Hope Center in Vienna: 703-281-5121.
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