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At Old Dominion Animal Clinic we bring 31 years of experience to our practice, so you can feel confident that your pet is receiving quality care from seasoned professionals. Old Dominion Animal Clinic provides a variety of veterinary services and works hard to ensure that your experience with us is as pleasant as possible. Being a family oriented clinic, we strive to offer the best possible service to our clients and their pets and to do so in a warm and caring environment.
Whether your pet is sick, injured or simply in need of vaccinations, our fully trained staff has the skill and experience to handle all their needs with ease and efficiency. Grooming services are also available. To schedule an appointment for your pet or to learn more about our services, please call or visit u
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We had a wonderful experience with Dr. Rohlk and the staff today. They did a great job with my injured lab. We will definitely be visiting again!
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