Cats are amazing animals. They have become one of the most popular pets because of their playfulness, independent nature, daily low-maintenance lifestyle, and affectionate personalities. Enjoy th ...View Article
Welcome to Fairffield Veterinary Hospital,
Your Veterinarian in Richmond, VA
Serving all of your dog, cat, and exotic pet needs.
Call us at 804-222-2555
Richmond based Fairfield Veterinary Hospital was founded in 1968. Since then our veterinarians and staff have strived to provide the highest quality of veterinary service in a compassionate and caring environment. Our goal is to lengthen and enrich the relationship between you and your pets. We believe that health is best maintained through preventative care. We are dedicated to continuing education and use of the latest technological advances to raise the standard of veterinary medical care. We are truly dedicated as a team to this pursuit of excellence in veterinary medicine.
We are a full service hospital that offers:
- Full in house laboratory for bloodwork and urinalysis
- Digital radiology
- Laser surgery and Cryosurgery
- Therapy Laser Treatments
- Dental care
- Wellness care
- Soft tissue and orthopedic surgery
- Microchipping with resQ microchips
Fairfield Veterinary Hospital
4804 Nine Mile Rd
Richmond, VA 23223
Email: Fairfield Veterinary Hospital
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We are AAHA accredited!!!
What does this mean? It means that according to the American Animal Hospital Association our veterinarians and staff practice the highest standards set within the veterianry medicine profession. Only 15% off the Veterinary Hospitals in the United States and Canada can make this claim, we are thrilled to be among this elite group of veterinary hospitals.
We now offer therapy laser treatments with the Class IV K-Laser! Not sure what that is? Check out this website to see what the benefits are and what we can help treat with this new addition to our practice!