Published by : Meghan Ryan

Deep Sadness with Bruiser’s Passing

With deep sadness, I write to share news of our clinic kitty Bruiser Bear’s passing. He was just 13 weeks shy of his 19th birthday. He had battled inflammatory bowel disease and kidney disease for the last 18 months. Bruiser came to live at Lexington Animal Hospital as a small orange kitten after Dr. CarlsRead More

Welcome Brandi, our new groomer

We are excited to announce that we have a new groomer starting Wednesday, January 5th.  Hello my name is Brandi, I am a Rockbridge County Native and graduated from Rockbridge County High School in 2017 where I then attended Blue Ridge Community College and got my Veterinary Technician degree. I recently decided to pursue aRead More

Why does my pet itch?

Why does my pet itch? Itchy pets can be a pain, not only for the animal with it’s incessant drive to scratch and lick, but also for it’s owner who’s been up all night from all the noise and commotion. The #1 cause of itchy skin is fleas, which is why a vet will useRead More

What we are thankful for in 2020

November 2020 finds us all in a very different place than we ever imagined 8-12 months ago. Unlike last year’s hustle of pets checking in for holiday stays, we find ourselves arriving at a quieter, smaller, and socially distant Thanksgiving. We miss seeing you all in the building. We miss the relaxed opportunity for conversationRead More

Phase 2 COVID-19 Policies

We are excited to have entered Phase 2 of Virginia’s Reopening Plan. We have stayed busy since mid-March caring for sick and injured patients. We have had so much fun meeting and playing with all the new “Corona puppies”. And, we hope that you have been able to enjoy more time with your pets than usualRead More