Dr Tom Haney performs an exam on a pug at our vet clinic.

Preventative:

Preventative medicine is one of the most important aspects of health care for your pet. Annual exams help us to create a baseline for your pet to recognize changes for early intervention, while vaccinations are intended to prevent your pet from acquiring life-threatening viruses. Our goal is for your pet to live a healthy life, free of illness, for as long as possible.

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Dr Bonnie Cline ultrasounds a golden retriever dog at our animal care hospital.

Diagnostic:

Our aim for your pets is to provide the best care possible, which requires the knowledge and tools to form a diagnosis. Our animal clinic offers on-site digital radiography, ultrasonography, and an in-house lab for same day results so that we can quickly and accurately diagnose your pet.

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A licensed technician inserts an iv catheter for medication administration for a dog in our treatment room.

Treatments:

Treatments for your pet can range from medications, diet changes, alternative therapies and hospitalization. At Bon Air Animal Hospital we are able to do many interventions for your pets during their appointments, and offer hospitalization services for pets who require more intensive care. We also have an in-house pharmacy and various prescription diets for both dogs and cats.

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Dr Bonnie Cline performs a growth removal surgery in the surgical suite of our animal clinic.

Surgery:

All of the veterinarians at our animal hospital are trained to perform a variety of surgeries on small animals. We routinely perform soft tissue surgeries, including spays, neuters, and surgeries to treat a variety of conditions.

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Dr Bonnie Cline performs an ACL surgery at our animal hospital.

Orthopedic Surgery:

Our doctors perform a variety of orthopedic surgeries, including anterior cruciate repairs (ACL), medial or lateral patellar luxation repairs (MPL), femoral head osteotomies (FHO) and fracture repairs.

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An assistant trained in laser therapy treats a dog for a soft tissue injury at the hospital.

Acupuncture and Laser Therapy:

Alternative therapies have been shown to assist with healing for a variety of conditions. Our animal clinic is equipped to perform laser therapy, and Dr. Jones is trained to perform acupuncture for dogs and cats.

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Dr Seth Lipstock and Bonnie Cline examine a pet pig in our animal care clinic.

Pet Pigs and Chickens:

Pet pigs and back-yard chickens have become popular companion animals in Virginia, and just like cats and dogs, may require veterinary care. Dr. Cline and Dr. Lipstock are happy to see these patients.

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Technicians and doctors take xrays for a great dane at our vet hospital.

Emergencies:

While we are not available 24 hours, we are happy to provide emergency services during our regular business hours.

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An assistant gives a dog a bath in our raised tub at the vet clinic.

Boarding & Baths:

We are happy to offer our boarding and bathing services to current patients who may require the extra care and supervision from our staff. We are equipped with indoor runs and cages where your pets will be under the direct supervision of our staff during our business hours.

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WHAT OUR
CLIENTS SAY

Very attentive & caring atmosphere with very reliable staff and quick response time. My dog has been very well taken care of.

- Shusonya W

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Our Address

2749 McRae Rd.
Richmond, VA 23235

Hours

Mon - Fri: 8am to 7pm
Sat: 9am to 12noon

Doctor's Hours
Mon - Fri: 9am to 6pm
Sat: 9am to 12noon

Contact

Call: (804) 320-5991
Fax: (804) 320-3517