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Local Vets

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TLC Home Veterinary Services
(540) 371-0940
Fax (540) 371-0943
Hartwood Animal Hospital
15 Jewett Lane
Fredericksburg, VA 22406
(540) 286-2855
www.hartwoodanimalhospital.com
White Oak Animal Hospital
10 Walsh Lane
Fredericksburg, VA 22405
(540) 374-0462
Aquia-Garrisonville Animal Hospital
878 Garrisonville Road
Stafford, VA 22554
(540) 659-8140
Stafford Animal Hospital
3454 Jefferson Davis Highway
Stafford, VA 22554
(540) 659-3811
Fredericksburg Animal Hospital
1525 Olde William Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
(540) 373-6512
Banfield Pet Hospital (in Petsmart)
1160 Stafford Market Place
Stafford, VA 22556
(540) 288-8143
Confederate Ridge Animal Hospital
2301 1/2 Jefferson Davis Highway
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
(540) 373-6100
Ferry Farm Animal Clinic
386 Kings Highway
Fredericksburg, VA 22405
(540) 371-5090
Prince William Animal Hospital
10227 Nokesville Road
Manassas, VA 20110
(703) 361-5223
Woodbridge Animal Hospital
2703 Caton Hill Road
Woodbridge, VA 22192
(703) 897-5665
Fredericksburg Regional Vet Emergency Clinic
1301 Central Park Blvd
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
(540) 372-347
Prince William Emergency Veterinary Clinic
8610 Centreville Road
Manassas, VA 20110
(703) 361-8287


Low cost vet options are available in our area:

Virginia Kincheloe Spay/Neuter Clinic
452 TV Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
(540) 507-7461
Princess Anne Animal Hospital
2105 Princess Anne St
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
(540) 373-8181
Banfield at PetSmart
1421 Carl D Silver Pkwy
Fredericksburg, VA
(540) 785-6205
Waldorf Well Pet Clinic
4499 Leonardtown Rd
Waldorf, MD 20601
(301) 885-0263
The Well Pet Clinic
21800 N. Shangri-La Drive Unit 16
Lexington Park, MD 20653
(301) 866-0303
  •  For large vet bills, look into getting a Care Credit card at www.carecredit.com. A Care Credit card can be used to pay for human or animal health care, usually with no-interest payment plans.
  • AAHA Helping Pets Funds (866-4HELPETS) – The AAHA Helping Pets Fund provides financial assistance when people cannot afford veterinary care for their pets.  They can possibly help if the situation is one of the following:
    • ◦Pet owners are on government assistance for low-income individuals
      ◦Pet owners are experiencing a financial crisis
      ◦Good Samaritans find an animal in need who needs care, but the pet owner cannot be found
  • Angels4Animals (916-941-9119) – Participants are selected after filling out an eligibility assessment application. Precedence is give to those who have the shortest amount of time to make a decision.
  • Feline Veterinary Assistance Program (888-301-4264) – To be eligible, the pet owner needs to be receiving Medicare, Medicare, Disability, Welfare or Unemployment.
  • Help-A-Pet (630-986-9504) – Applicants must provide proof of income eligibility.
  • The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) also has a webpage with links to additional service providers who may be able to help in certain circumstances. www.ASPCA.org

    It is also possible that your veterinarian may allow you to set up a payment plan if you have a good relationships with them.  Never hurts to ask.
Lee’s Hill Pet Hospital
10693 Spotsylvania Avenue
Fredericksburg VA 22408
(540) 710-7111
Leavell’s Animal Hospital 
10355 Courthouse Road
Spotsylvania VA 22553
(540) 891-4321
Culpeper Animal Hospital 
441 Aspen St
Culpeper VA 22701
(540) 829-9085
Quantico Vet Clinic   
3310 Purvis Road
Quantico VA 22134
(703) 784-2770
England Run Vet Clinic
756 Warrenton Rd
Fredericksburg, VA 22406
(540) 370-0237

 

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Friends, this is about to be a bit of a rant. You have been warned.

This is our newest resident, Lola. Poor Lola can't catch a break. She was born as part of an unwanted litter that was surrendered to an animal shelter. That shelter transferred her to another shelter, where she was adopted at 7 weeks old. Unfortunately, the family that adopted her intended her to be a present for a young teenage child, who lost interest in her and left her virtually neglected. Lola became unwanted merely because she was seeking attention, which led her to being surrendered to our care.

If there is a lesson to be learned from this, it is for people to STOP getting animals for children that they are not willing to make part of a family commitment. Especially in the fall, we get many calls to take in animals because a teenager is going to college and the parents don't want their animal. Then there are the situations like Lola's. Pets are not toys to be disregarded when a child loses interest or grows out of them. Make a lifelong commitment as a family or don't get a pet.

Ok, stepping off of the soapbox. Let's find Lola a home.

At 11 month old, Lola is confused and sad because she doesn't understand her predicament. She is sweet and playful. Lola has lived with small children and with another dog. She needs a bit of training but she is smart and eager to please.

Please give this girl another chance at a happy life. She has had too much disappointment already for her young age.
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Oh, Acorn.
We’d love to take better pictures of this sweet boy, but he’s much more interested in sitting on our laps and getting pet instead. Based on his habit of running up to us every time we walk in the room, we’re fairly sure he’s part dog.

If you’re looking for a companion who makes you feel loved and important, we can’t think of a better friend than Acorn. Don’t let his age fool you, this 10-year-old goober clearly has the heart of a kitten. Don’t like his name? Other appropriate choices could be Snuggles, Purrs, PetMePlease, Lap Warmer, or even Sir Licks A Lot.

Acorn isn’t picky, he likes other cats almost as much as he likes people. We’re guessing he probably likes dogs as well, since he tends to act like one. Acorn deserves a person to call his own because this boy has entirely too much love to spend his life without a best friend.

Not ready to commit to this sweet boy but still want to show him a little love? Please visit his amazon wishlist to send him a treat!

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HUGE thanks to our volunteer Kelly Hale for her amazing donation today!
She's been volunteering with us for about 8 months now, and she made the generous decision to ask for presents for our shelter animals, instead of herself, for her birthday last month. Even more, she matched each donation that she received from her friends and family with gifts of her own for our shelter pets.
Our critters definitely scored today with all kinds of awesome toys and supplies.
We wouldn't be able to do what we do without volunteers like you, Kelly. Trucker gave Kelly many of his wonderful hugs to say thank you for her generosity and service!
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Serious talk time, folks. We need help for Billie Jane. Our longest shelter resident, Billie has been with us for nearly three years. Billie is an amazing little dog, super affectionate, very playful and smart as a whip. Billie is well-loved by our staff, is walked six times a day and is treated to outside playtime in a kiddie pool, which might be her absolute favorite treat. She has a large room of her own where she spends time lounging on her couch or playing with her collection of balls. Sounds like a pretty good life, we know. But Billie needs more. She’s a mixed-breed working dog and is bored out of her mind. She needs a job, she needs more activity and a way to burn off her energy. We have the land to build an agility course, but lack the equipment. We’ve included a link to her Amazon wish list, and any donations would be potentially life changing for this girl. Although we’re a no-kill shelter and have committed to caring for Billie for as long as she needs us, what we really want is to find a home for her.

Billie is a people dog for sure. What she is not is an animal dog. Our greatest challenge in rehoming her has been her need to be the only pet in a home. If given a home of her own we know that Billie would be an exceptionally loyal, loving and entertaining companion. Especially for someone who is active and understanding of her issues with other animals. We have no doubt there is a perfect home out there, and we’re asking for help in finding it for her. Please share this post with your friends, spread the word and be part of helping this sweet, crazy little dog find the best friend she deserves.

Billie is spayed, utd on all shots and preventatives, has recently recovered from acl surgery, will not ever run out of kisses, is housebroken, crate trained, and is 100% lovable.

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It’s a busy month for animal awareness. In addition to Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, October is also National Animal Safety and Prevention Month; a month dedicated to promoting the safe practices of handling and caring for both domestic and wild animals.

Halloween is creeping up on us, and it’s never too soon to start thinking about how to keep your pets safe during the holiday season!
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