An Animal Hospital Improving the
Quality of Life for Pets and their Families


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310 Betsy Bell Road, Staunton, VA 24401-4920

Animal Medicine & Pet Boarding in Staunton, Virginia

Augusta Valley Animal Hospital in Staunton, Virginia, practices small animal medicine, including specialty practices and complete pet boarding services. Ask about Care Credit, which has 0% financing for 6 months!

Small Animal Medicine and Surgery
Our animal hospital provides quality veterinarian services for your small animals and household pets, including cats and dogs. Our state-of-the-art facility has all the latest technology to provide your pet with excellent veterinary services, including:

 • Surgery
 • Vaccinations
 • Radiology
 • Laboratory
• Pharmacy
• Endoscopy
• Electrocardiography
• Boarding
• Comprehensive
• Dentistry
• Microchipping
• Ultrasounds
• Prescription Foods
• Laser Surgery
• Examinations
  & Consults

• Acupuncture
• Euthanasia
• Senior Wellness

Pet Boarding
When you have to go out of town or if you want your pet taking care of while you are at work, trust Augusta Valley Animal Hospital for all your pets boarding needs. During the week, your pet will enjoy exercise/play time mid day, and rest assure during the weekend that your pet will will receive medical attention from one of our doctors if needed. Our full service pet boarding services include:

 • Condo's for Cats
 • Kennel Runs
 • Fenced Area
• Dog Walking (3-4 Times Daily)
• Medical Services (If Needed)

• Feeding (Unless Your Pet
  is on a Special Diet)

Doctor Examing a Dog, Animal Medicine in Staunton, VA

Outside Kennels, Animal Medicine in Staunton, VA
Doctor Examining a Dog, Animal Medicine in Staunton, VA

Dog Getting Acupuncture, Animal Medicine in Staunton, VA

Take advantage of several pet specialties, including ultrasound, dermatology, endoscopy, and acupuncture. Ultrasound imaging is a noninvasive procedure that captures real time images of the internal organs.

Gastrointestinal endoscopy is used to examine the inside of the esophagus, stomach, small intestines, and colon. This procedure is less traumatic and less painful than abdominal exploratory surgery if you need to remove a foreign body or biopsy tumors. The rigid scope can be used for cystoscopy, vaginoscopy, rhinoscopy, and laryngoscopy. 

Latest Trends
Acupuncture is a therapeutic technique that originated in China thousands of years ago to prevent and treat illness and to relieve pain caused by acute or chronic pain. This treatment regime, which involves inserting extremely fine needles into specific pressure points on the body, was introduced to the United States during the later half of the last century.

It is quickly gaining widespread acceptance as an alternative therapy for animals and humans. A growing number of veterinarians in the United States have found that, besides relieving pain and muscle spasms in dogs, acupuncture stimulates their nerves and immune system and provides numerous other health benefits.

Contact us in Staunton, Virginia, to schedule an appointment for our pet boarding services.