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Welcome to Radford Animal Hospital


Your Local Pet Care Experts

As a caring pet owner, you know that your pet is a special member of your family. You only want the best veterinary care for your animal. Finding a good veterinary hospital is an important part of prioritizing your pet's health. At Radford Animal Hospital, we believe in treating all of our furry patients with the utmost respect and professional care. Whether you're interested in an annual checkup, vaccines, or specialty care, our veterinarian is here to help your pet live a long, healthy, and happy life.

Scheduling an annual physical is one of the most important parts of keeping your pet healthy. We believe that the best time to prevent problems is before they start. At an annual checkup, our veterinarian is able to check your pet for signs of potential problems and work with you to create preventative care solutions. At your pet's annual checkup, we'll also update any necessary vaccines, talk with you about any changes in your pet's health or behavior, and talk about any concerns that you may have.

Radford Animal Hospital- Your Local Pet Care Experts

There's no doubt about it- animals are tough. Many pets have ways of hiding the fact that they are in pain. When a pet shows that something is hurting, it's likely that they've been in pain for quite some time. At a physical, our veterinarian is able to assess your pet's well being, checking them for any hidden areas that are causing them discomfort.

At Radford Animal Hospital, we offer a full range of pet care services to our patients. In addition to standard pet wellness appointments, we also offer vaccinations, a senior pet wellness program, behavioral health, nutritional counseling, microchipping, pet dental care, urgent care, pet surgery, diagnostics, grooming, and boarding. If your pet has an emergency during office hours, please call us right away. If an emergency occurs after office hours, please call Town & Country Vet Clinic at (540) 639-3891.

Call Our Radford Veterinarian

We know you have many choices to make when it comes to caring for your pet, and we're glad you're considering Radford Animal Hospital. Whether you're in need of a pet checkup, dental cleaning, surgery, or have a pet with an acute need, please give us a call so that we can schedule an appointment and answer any questions you may have. Call Radford Animal Hospital today at (540) 639-3891 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to serving you and your pet for many years to come. 

Radford Animal Hospital



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Our Regular Schedule

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

6:30 pm

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Mandi Martinez
    Practice Manager

    Mandi has been with Radford Animal Hospital since 1999.  She is married with a beautiful daughter and a handsome son.

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  • Dr.
    Carol Hansen

    Dr. Carol Hansen (a.k.a. Carol Kern) has lived and worked in the New River Valley for the past 15 years. She obtained her B.A. degree from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA in 1990 and her D.V.M. from Virginia Tech in 1995

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  • April Scruggs
    LEAD Veterinary Assistant

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  • Shannon
    Veterinary Assistant

    Shannon recently joined Radford’s team in January 2018. Currently a vet assistant, she is going through school to become a Licensed Vet Technician. Her hobbies include anything that involves her dogs, from hiking to training. Shannon’s household includes four dogs, including two rescues, a German Shepherd and one police canine. She is excited so learn and grow alongside Radford Animal hospital.

  • Jackie
    Veterinary Assistant

    Jackie is a recent resident of the New River Valley, having moved here in 2013. She has been working with animals since she was very young. She has previous experience working at a Doggie Daycare in Illinois, as well as Petco in Wytheville; She also spent a lot of her younger years volunteering at animal rescues in her free time.

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  • Karen Scruggs
    Kennel Manager

    Karen is our incredible Kennel Manager.  She has been with Radford Animal Hospital since July of 2007 and has many prior years in patient care.  Karen truly looks at the pets she cares for like they were her own. She is a graduate of Bishop Hafey High School 

  • Sarah R.
    Veterinary Assistant

    Sarah has been a resident of the New River Valley since starting at Virginia Tech as a pre-veterinary student in 2015. After graduation she will be looking into veterinary school or animal behavior.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff are all caring and loving. Their number one priority is our pets and our families. They only want what is best for our fur babies. We have been taking out pets here for about a year since my girlfriend and I moved to Radford and the staff have gone above and beyond for us. Every doctor, nurse, and associate at Radford Animal Hospital is awesome. We have dealt with Dr. Hansen a lot and on top of being a medical expert she is also a very intelligent person. She handles every pet and every decision with love and care."
    John Y.

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