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Welcome to Hayfield Animal Hospital HayfieldAnimal Hospital has proudly served the community since 1977, and has been accredited since 1978 by AAHA ( American Animal Hospital Association ). We have grown to acquire four full time doctors as well as four part-time doctors. Also, we believe your pet should be treated with the best care so we only hire licensed veterinary technicians and well educated staff members. Your pet is more than just a pet...he's part of your family. You expect the same kind of experienced, concerned care for your pet as you do the rest of your family. That's why we provide friendly, qualified care whenever you need it.

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Primary Phone: (571) 429-3994

Phone: (703) 313-9635

Phone: (571) 429-3994

Phone: (703) 360-1794

Fax: (571) 429-3994

Fax: (703) 313-9635

  • Birds
  • Boarding
  • Cats
  • Cats & Kittens
  • Dentistry
  • Dogs
  • Exotic Pets
  • Exotics
  • Grooming
  • Medications
  • Medicine
  • Surgery
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Hayfield Animal Hospital
American Animal Hospital Association

Animal Hospital Associates

Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Veterinary Labs, Veterinary Specialty Services, Pet Services, Veterinarians, Kennels, Pet Grooming, Veterinarian Emergency Services, Pet Specialty Services
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Parking: Lot

Specialties: Felines, Avian, Exotics, Cats, Puppies, Dogs, Doggies, Kittens, Birds, Canines


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Kirk C.



Worst vet I have ever been to. Dr. Skorup should lose her license. She doesn't care about a person's pet. She is just a used car salesman trying to sell you expensive procedures. She told me my cat had a tumor on his toe and needed surgery. Also that he was anemic and needed $1000 in tests. After she amputated his toe, she told me it was unnecessary, that he was polydactyl and it wasn't a tumor. She new before she did the surgery, but did it anyway. Instead of the $1000 in tests, I wanted to start with the one lab test that would verify if he was really anemic. It came back negative, yet she still wanted to do the other $800 in tests. Why I asked. Her response - well some people just want to know. Know what? The first test said he wasn't anemic, so the other tests would be useless. DO NOT trust your pet to a low life, scumbag like Dr. Skorup.



The attendants treated my rabb...

The attendants treated my rabbits with kindness and tenderness. One was terminal and the vet recommended the treatment they would use if it was their animal. I was very grateful. I have been there several times and every animal seen gets their utmost care and attention.

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