Veterinary Partners of Paws of Honor

Old Dominion Animal Health Center (ODAHCenter) in McLean, VA is the primary veterinary care center for the retired military and police K9s of Paws of Honor. All routine appointments are handled through this location, meaning that K9s needing general health check ups are seen by the vets at ODAHcenter. As an AAHA accredited veterinary hospital, they are able to provide services such as wellness care, surgical and dental procedures, physical rehabilitation, laser therapy, acupuncture and much more. ODAHCenter is the first general practice to care for our K9s of the DC, Metro area.

 


VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center (SouthPaws) in Fairfax, VA is one of the emergency care centers affiliated with Paws of Honor. While your general practice veterinarian can diagnose and treat many health problems and handle many routine emergencies, certain situations require the care of a doctor who has had specialized, intensive training in handling emergency and critical care for your pet. An emergency and critical care specialist typically works alongside your general practice veterinarian on a referral basis until the emergency is resolved. SouthPaws is the first emergency center to collaborate with our K9s.

 

 

Blue Ridge Veterinary Associates (Blue Ridge) in Purcellville, VA is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including holidays. If your K9 has an emergency, they’re available to help at any time, day or night, weekend or weekday! Blue Ridge is another hospital that Paws of Honor K9s can turn to in case of emergency!

Chesapeake Veterinary Cardiology Associates (CVCA) has various locations throughout Maryland and Virginia. Paws of Honor K9s with heart issues can be seen at any of these locations once having been referred to from Old Dominion Animal Health Center. CVCA’s team of board certified cardiologists see more pets with heart disease than any other practice worldwide. Their expertise and top of the line echocardiography equipment ensures accurate diagnosis and the best outcome for the Paws of Honor K9s with heart issues.