Welcome to Cary Street Veterinary Hospital

Your Richmond Veterinarian


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Cary Street Veterinary Hospital is a full service, AAHA certified animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care. Our team is committed to bringing you and your pet better health by practicing the science of veterinary medicine. We strive to provide welcoming, informative, and supportive services to our clients, while maintaining a top quality working environment for our employees. CSVH offers the Richmond animal community medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care, as well as canine rehabilitation and acupuncture. Our in-house pharmacy, lab, and digital  radiology enable you to make one stop for your pet's medical needs.

As a convenience, we offer boarding to our clients. One of the biggest advantages of boarding with us is the onsite medical team. Not only do we offer preventative care such as vaccine updates while your pet is staying with us, but should an emergency arise during boarding, you can be assured that your pet will be promptly and properly attended to.


Our team at CSVH truly believes in and embraces the human-animal bond. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality care and love to our animal friends, while providing compassionate guidance to our human friends. Our work is our love made visible.



 



July 2014

Did you know some of your pet’s behaviors may be related to a hidden
illness…and you may not even realize it?
Schedule your pet’s yearly exam today to discuss your pet’s behavior. Let’s
check to make sure your pet is healthy!
Nipping. Scratching. Litter box issues. Leash pulling. Meowing at night. Urinating on
the floor. Chewing shoes.
Are these behaviors just part of being a “normal” dog or cat, or not?
Actually, some common behavior issues are due to underlying medical problems. And
these illnesses are tough to recognize even for the most observant owners.
For example, your dog may urinate on your floor. It may be from excitement, but it also
can be from a urinary tract infection. Your cat may stop jumping on your lap. Not
because she’s being unfriendly, but because she has arthritis and jumping is too painful
to her joints.
If these behaviors are left unchecked, it’s a triple issue. The behavior may worsen, the
underlying illness may progress (which puts your pet’s health at risk), and most
importantly, your pet’s quality of life as part of your family is compromised.
Here’s where we can help. We have the expertise when it comes to analyzing,
identifying and resolving behavior issues with your pet. At your pet’s yearly checkup:
• If your dog is petrified of fireworks, we can discuss desensitization techniques to
give him relief.
• If your older cat is suddenly drinking a lot more water, our physical exam may
reveal that your cat has an illness. We’ll run the right tests and prescribe
medications if needed.
• We can talk about your pet’s behavior. Some behavior issues are related to medical
problems, but many just require new training strategies. Either way, we can help
fix those behaviors and give your pet a new leash on life!
Make an appointment for your pet’s annual exam today. We’ll check to make sure all of
your pet’s behaviors are appropriate and signs of good health. We are committed to
your pet’s well-being… all the way! Call us today!


Check out our pets that are up for adoption!



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What does it mean to be AAHA-Accredited?  AAHA-accredited hospitals adhere to rigorous standards to ensure that your pet receives the highest quality care available. Click on the AAHA emblem to find out more.


Cary Street Veterinary Hospital
3210 West Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23221
Tel: 804-355-9144 | Fax: 804-358-5501