We are very proud of the awards we’ve received, but not as proud as we are of doing our best for each of the pets that comes into our animal hospital. VA pets are our top priority—helping them get healthy and stay healthy is what matters most to us.
Woodbridge, VA (PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Woodbridge Animal Hospital has earned the “Best of Prince William County” Reader’s Choice Award from Inside Nova News & Messenger for veterinary care for the eighth year in a row. They first won the award back in 2004 and have earned it every year since. Veterinary hospitals are nominated by clients and voted on by the public every year. Woodbridge Animal Hospital is one of the only vet clinics in Prince William County that provides routine and emergency pet care 24/7, as well as on weekends and holidays. Chief veterinarian, Dr. Jim McDonald, says he is very proud of the awards because they indicate the high quality of care he and the other 12 veterinarians provide.
In addition to the “Best of Prince William County” award, Woodbridge Animal Hospital has won several other awards and accreditations. From 2008-2011, the Washingtonian magazine honored them with best “Best Vet” and “Best Pet Care” accolades among northern Virginia veterinary hospitals. They are also among the top 15 percent of veterinary clinics in the nation that have earned American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accreditation. According to Dr. McDonald, “We are very proud of the awards we’ve received, but not as proud as we are of doing our best for each of the pets that comes into our animal hospital. VA pets are our top priority—helping them get healthy and stay healthy is what matters most to us.”
Dr. McDonald explains that pet owners especially appreciate how Woodbridge Animal Hospital is open 24/7. “As Murphy’s Law would have it, pet emergencies often happen at night and on weekends—and during any medical emergency, time is of the essence. Some emergencies just can’t wait until Monday morning at 9:00 a.m. So with 13 highly-experienced veterinarians and several skilled veterinary technicians, there is always someone here to help save a pet’s life. That makes us unique among veterinary hospitals in Prince William County.”
Dr. McDonald adds that their new website also has a page on what pet owners can do in case of some of the most common pet emergencies. He urges people to call right away if they feel their pet is in trouble, and not to hesitate to come to the animal hospital. “VA pets are the reason we are all willing to stay up all night or come in to work on Christmas. We all have pets of our own and know just how other pet owners feel when they have a sick or hurt pet. So we’re always ready.”
AAHA-accredited Woodbridge Animal Hospital has a team of 13 northern Virginia veterinarians and is open 24/7 for 365 days a year. They focus on routine pet wellness care and all aspects of pet emergency care. They provide vaccinations, pet surgery, pet boarding and grooming, as well as prescription pet diets, medications and behavioral medicine. Their website is located at http://www.woodbridgeanimalhospital.com.
Dr. Jim McDonald
2703 Caton Hill Rd.
Woodbridge, VA 22192
Phone: (703) 897-5665