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When you search for a veterinarian near Radford, you want to find a vet provider that most value. This is where the Radford Animal Hospital comes into play. We offer comprehensive pet health and wellness services while treating a majority of conditions and disorders. Find out more about the different types of conditions we treat here at your local veterinary provider.
Skin problems in pets range from scabs due to flea infestations to dandruff. If your pet has allergies they may also suffer from allergic skin reactions. We treat both skin disorders and pet allergies at the Radford Animal Hospital.
We offer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of ear infections for pets. Whether your pet has an ear infection due to mites or a virus or caused by a related medical condition, we can treat their infection and resolve their ear pain.
We provide mass removal, non-cancerous, for pets suffering from benign tumors and growths. This includes skin tags and growths that cause vision, hearing, smell, or walking issues.
Skin infections in pets range from bacterial infection known as pyoderma to ringworm and yeast infections. We provide diagnosis, treatment and prevention measures.
In addition to providing senior pet care, our vets offer diagnosis and treatment for arthritis in pets. By incorporating monitoring and medication, along with a change of diet and exercise, we can help your pet improve their arthritic condition for a better quality of life.
If your pet is vomiting unexpectedly or uncontrollably this is a sign of something serious taking place internally. Please contact our office at 540-639-3891 immediately for medical attention.
Diarrhea is another medical condition that often is a sign of a more serious health problem. Additionally, chronic diarrhea can lead to weight loss and nutritional deficiencies, along with other health concerns. Contact our office immediately for an appointment.
Pets can contract a dental disease, just like humans can, and are more apt to do so due to a lack of regular dental care, i.e. brushing and plaque removal. Along with regular dental checks for pets, we treat dental disease. Please note that dental care for pets requires general anesthesia, both for the safety and comfort of vets and pets.
A bladder or urinary tract infection requires antibiotics for successful treatment, as well as testing and diagnosis to get at the source of the problem. Your pet may also be in severe pain, which will require pain medication during their treatment.
Whether your pet has a non-healing wound, post-operative wound, or a wound after an accident or trauma, we can help them. We offer comprehensive wound care services for pets at the Radford Animal Hospital.
If you do not see a medical condition that your pet suffers from, please give us a call. Our vets are constantly learning and improving their skills to include the latest and most common health conditions of pets.
As you choose a veterinarian near Radford for the treatment of your pet, we hope you choose the Radford Animal Hospital. Our vets Drs. Mark Newman and Carol Hansen have more than 40 years of combined experience treating pet conditions. Contact our office at 540-639-3891 today and take advantage of $20 off your pet’s first visit.