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Dog Skin Care

Just as people do, dogs can suffer from skin issues like itchiness, dryness, or infections if not properly taken care of. Our team at Radford Animal Hospital is equipped to Read More

Allergies

Just like in humans, allergies in pets occur when there is an overreaction in the immune system due to factors like food and the environment. While some dogs and cats Read More

Heartworms and Parasite Prevention

Many parasites can infect your cats, dogs, and other pets. One of the nastier parasites is the heartworm. That is why parasite prevention is so important. Speak with a veterinarian Read More

Poisonous Plants For Cats

Poisonous Plants Can Harm Your Cat If you are like most people who share their homes and hearts with feline friends, you undoubtedly already know that cats are picky eaters with Read More

Toxic Ingestion

Radford Animal Hospital Treats Toxic Ingestion in Pets Animals can be curious creatures, and they are often willing to "sample" any substance in their environment to see if it is edible. Read More

Keeping Your Pet Well Groomed and Clean

Keeping Your Pet Well Groomed and Clean Even clean animals can get dirty over time without pet bathing and proper grooming. This may lead to unwanted smells or other issues. With Read More

How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet

How To Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet Whether you are taking a drive to visit family, or just getting away for a few days, road trips can Read More

Heat Stroke in Dogs & Cats: Prevent Your Pet from Overheating

Pet Tips for Avoiding Heatstroke The summer heat can be unbearable to handle, especially for your furry friend. Unlike humans who can sweat to cool down, the only way for pets Read More

Importance of Vaccines

Importance Of Pet Vaccines Keeping your pet healthy is what our veterinary practice is all about. As pet parents, we know this is important to you too! Taking your pets to Read More

Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease

Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm If you have a dog or cat, make sure to protect your pet with heartworm prevention from your veterinary care provider. Mosquito bites often Read More

Why Boarding Your Pet At A Vet Is A Good Idea

Why Boarding Your Pet at An Animal Hospital Is A Good Idea We at Radford Animal Hospital know that the most stressful part of going on vacation is finding a place Read More

The Importance of Annual Pet Exams

The Importance of Annual Pet Exams No matter if you have a dog or cat, he or she should be examined by a veterinarian yearly. Even if your animal seems to Read More

Pet Exams - What to Expect from Your Puppy or Kittens

Radford Animal Hospital Getting a new puppy or kitten is an exciting time, especially if it is your first pet or your first young one. Just like with human children, getting Read More

Common Household Items that are Poisonous to Your Dog

Common Household Items that are Poisonous to Your Dog The amount of joy our dogs bring us daily cannot be measured quantitatively, but studies show that having a dog increases oxytocin, Read More

Toxic Ingestion

How to Prepare For Your First Pet Road Trip Traveling with your pet for the first time can be a little overwhelming but your trip will go much smoother with a Read More

Did My Pet Eat Something Poisonous?

Did My Pet Eat Something Poisonous? Pets are notorious for getting into things they shouldn’t. Even with conscientious pet care, your kit or pup may one day ingest something he shouldn’t Read More

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Monday
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Sunday
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm (pick-ups/drop-offs only - No Dr. Hours)