Admissions / Services
dominion animal hospital
Routine office visits are seen by appointment only.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9am-12pm and 3-7pm
Routine surgery is performed on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please drop your pet off at the hospital at 7:30 am on the day that the surgery is scheduled. Pre-anesthetic bloodwork is recommended. Pets scheduled for surgery should not be given any food or water after midnight of the day prior to the operation.
New Patients please download the New Patient form. If you have access to a fax machine, please send us your completed form a day ahead of time to streamline the admission process. Otherwise please bring it with you to your visit. Our fax number is 703-437-4743.
Surgery and Dental Patients please download the Surgery Permission or Dental Permission form. If you have access to a fax machine, please send us your completed form a day ahead of time to streamline the admission process. Otherwise please bring it with you to your visit. Our fax number is 703-437-4743.
Services for Dogs and Cats
- Preventive care - Vaccines, Heartworm testing and prevention
Spay, neuter surgery
Dentistry - Cleaning, Extractions, Endodontics (root canal therapy), Digital radiology
In- house laboratory
Blood pressure monitoring
Preventive health care
Vaccinations, Pharmacy, Pet food, Hills Science diet, IAM's/Eukanuba, Royal Canin, Purina prescription diets, Video otoscopy, etc. We are one of only a few hospitals in the Washington, D.C. area that offer this service. The Med-Rx video otoscopy and ear-i-gator system allows us to accurately diagnose and treat difficult ear problems. It allows us to educate the client and show them before and after pictures of their pet's ear.
Did you know that a family pet is lost every two seconds? Most never make it back home. Shelters do their best to locate owners, but without identification it is often an impossible task. Name tags are great, but collars are easily lost or removed. Overcrowded shelters can only keep animals a short time, so it is vital to get an identification as soon as possible.
The AVID® FriendChip™ was developed by a veterinarian to save the lives of pets and return them safely to their owners. A tiny microchip that contains a unique personal identification number is injected under the skin through a hypodermic needle. A special scanner is used to read the information on the chip. The shelters in our area have scanners, as do thousands of others across the country. You also get a small tag to attach to the collar with the ID number and an 800 number, so that if someone else finds your pet they can call the AVID® 24 hour hotline to get the necessary information to reunite you with your pet.
It's a great idea to get your pet microchipped when it is in to be neutered, but we can also do it at any time. Just call us for an appointment.
If you are traveling to Europe there is a special chip we can use that can be read by scanners overseas. Be sure to mention it if you need the special EuroChip™.
We provide boarding services for our canine and feline clients. Click here for more details