Animal Hospital of Waynesboro


Animal Hospital of Waynesboro is listed in the Veterinarians category in Waynesboro, Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Hospital of Waynesboro which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Hospital of Waynesboro on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for Animal Hospital of Waynesboro is:
1009 W Main St
Waynesboro, VA 22980
(540) 943-3081
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Studies by the American Animal Hospital Association reveal that nearly 2/3 of pet owners do not provide the dental care for their pets recommended by veterinarians – is your pet getting the dental care she needs?
To help veterinarians provide excellent dental care and educate pet owners about the importance of proper dental care, AAHA has developed the AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.

Brush my pet's teeth?! Yes, you CAN do that. Ease into it, little by little, making your pet comfortable with you brushing their teeth over time. This video is probably not as amusing as your first attempts will be but it serves as a great guide to learning how to maintain your pet's dental health.
Dr. Sheldon Rubin, speaking for the American Veterinary Medical Association, gives easy, step-by-step instructions on how to teach a dog or cat to accept a d...

Bad breath is often an indication that much more is going on in your pet’s mouth.
Halitosis (bad breath): It’s a problem that many pet owners are all too familiar with. What some pet owners are unaware of, however, is that bad breath is often an indication that much more is going on within their pet’s mouth.

How much do you REALLY know about your pet's dental health? Want to find out?
How much do you really know about your pet's dental health? .

February is National Responsible Pet Owners Month! We would not be doing our duty if we didn't ask you to do your part by spaying or neutering your pet. Why? Take a watch from AAHA.
Learn about spaying or neutering your cat.