Veterinary Services


Puppies and Kittens

Brambleton Veterinary Hospital Puppies and KittensTo optimize your new pet’s health, wellbeing and long life, we encourage owners to participate in our Puppy and Kitten Wellness Packages. These programs are designed to cover all the veterinary needs of growing puppies and kittens which include:

  • physical exams
  • vaccinations
  • parasite control
  • nail trims
  • nutritional and behavioral counseling

Our packages are designed to fit your budget so you can start your new pet on the road to a happy and healthy life.

Adult Dogs and Cats

Keeping our pets healthy is the best way to extend their lives, so regular physical exams, vaccinations and preventive care are a must. At Brambleton Veterinary Hospital we are dedicated to caring for all the wellness needs of your pets throughout their adult years.

Geriatric Pets

Brambleton Veterinary Hospital Geriatric PetsAs our pets advance to their senior years, we encourage pet owners to continue a program of regular veterinary check ups to monitor changes in health and behavior. We offer geriatric work ups to evaluate your pet’s:

  • Cardiovascular health
  • Orthopedic developments, i.e. Osteoarthritis progression and treatment options
  • Dental care
  • General internal and external wellness

Early detection of health issues is the key to successful treatment for pets in their "Golden Years". Under the care of our veterinary team, you can continue to provide good quality of life for your senior canine and feline companions.

Medical Care

Brambleton Veterinary Hospital Medical CareWhen a medical situation arises you can count on the BVH Doctors and staff to address your concerns and offer sound advice and compassionate care for your pet. At Brambleton Veterinary Hospital we offer the following diagnostic tests and techniques:

  • Digital X-ray
  • Ultrasound
  • ECG, blood pressure measurement
  • In-house blood analysis
  • Fecal and urine analysis
  • Parvo virus, Heartworm, Feline Leukemia and Feline Aids test kits

Brambleton Veterinary Hospital Medical CareIf hospitalization is necessary, you can be assured that your pet will benefit from up to date medical technology along with kind and gentle care. Our goal is to partner our veterinary skills with our compassion for pet health care in a way that will provide for a speedy recovery of your pet. We also cooperate with Virginia Tech, Carolina Veterinary Specialists and North Carolina State University for referrals of complicated procedures, CAT scans and MRI’s.

Surgical and Dental Services

Brambleton Veterinary Hospital Surgical and Dental ServicesWhether you are considering an elective procedure or are facing a medical crisis that requires surgery, you can rest assured that our experienced team of doctors and technicians, who operate in our state of the art surgical suite, will skillfully perform the procedure needed by your pet. Surgical and dental patients are admitted to the hospital from 7:00am – 8:30am in order to begin the preoperative examination, lab work and pre-op medications to insure your pet’s health and comfort throughout the procedure. The admission process will include a review of your pet’s surgical procedure, medical history, and confirmation of pre-op fasting along with an explanation of blood screens that may be recommended prior to sedating your pet. Our surgical team will monitor your pet’s recovery in our Intensive Care Unit and will gladly inform you of his or her progress throughout the day. Upon discharge, you will be given written post-op care instructions and you will also receive a phone call the following day to check on your pet’s continued recovery at home.

  • Spay and Neuter
  • Cosmetic and Corrective
    • Dock tails and remove dewclaws
    • Ear Crops
    • Eye surgery
    • Facial/skin folds
    • Oral surgery
  • Feline declaws (front feet only)
  • Tumor and mass removals
  • Abdominal and Exploratory procedures
  • Dental scaling and polishing
  • Dental extractions

Note: Highly specialized surgical procedures are referred to either Virginia Tech or Carolina Veterinary Specialists.