VCA Animal Care Center

VCA Animal Care Center
VCA Animal Care Center is listed in the Veterinarians category in Norfolk, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for VCA Animal Care Center which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of VCA Animal Care Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for VCA Animal Care Center is:
1228 W Little Creek Rd
Norfolk, VA 23505
(757) 423-3900
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Social Posts for VCA Animal Care Center

RT @1800petsupplies: It's raining tennis balls!

Moose is all dressed up and ready to go for his VCA vet visit! #vcapets #woof #dogsofinstagram†

These felines are doing too much (and it's hilarious).
Cats, please calm down.

RT @petMD: Here's Why Girls Love Guys With Cats:

RT @reddogsusie: #TN #MEMPHIS #SOS 🆘🆘CRITICAL 6yo girl HW+ needs a hero to save her! HELP! #adopt #rescue #pledge #foster 2B KILLED https:…

VCA Animal Hospitals shared UNILAD's video.
Oh, nothing to see here. Just a French Bulldog riding a SKATEBOARD!!!
"A random skateboarding dog just showed up at the park" 😂🤘 via Newsflare

RT @PetPavPets: When Monday comes way too soon! #cats #mondayblahs #pets!

"Where's Waldo?" More like "Where's Franklin?"
Franklin the corgi used to try and hide when it was time to go inside, and so his mom decided to turn his hiding into a game.

Every animal on earth has the right to fresh air, green grass and clean water. Please do your part to protect our planet. #VCAPets #EarthDay

After weeks spent at the VCA Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle, Spanky is now doing much better after he was diagnosed with tetanus. Learn about how you can prevent your pet from getting tetanus with Dr. Corsi on KING 5 news:
Spanky the dog was diagnosed with tetanus, a potentially deadly infection. After weeks in the veterinary hospital, Spanky is now okay, but his owner and his vet want to warn other dog-lovers about Tetanus.