Resources


North Carolina State Veterinary Hospital - Oncology
Offers helpful information for pet owners regarding pet cancer treatment.
VET Fund
Veterinary Emergency Treatment Fund (VET Fund) is a local non-profit/501(c)3 organization founded with the purpose of providing life-saving medical care to animals in underprivileged environments.
VetSpecialists.com
From the ACVIM, information on what veterinary specialists are and what they do.
Canine Epilepsy Network
A great resource for pet owners wanting to learn more about canine epilepsy.

Animal Poison Control


ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center
(888)426-4435 : Fee is $65 and includes follow-up calls. For owners with a full-service Home Again membership, this service is free.
Pet Poison Helpline
(800)213-6680 : Fee is $49 per incident and includes follow-up calls.

Animal Control


Chesterfield County Animal Control
(804)748-1683
Colonial Heights Animal Control
(804)520-9397
Goochland County Animal Control
(804)556-5302
Hanover Animal Control
(804)365-6485
Henrico Animal Control
(804)727-8800 : After Hours: (804)501-5000
Powhatan Animal Control
(804)598-5672
Richmond Animal Care and Control
(804)646-5573

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Control


Richmond Wildlife Center
(804)378-2000 : After-hours (804)614-4325
ARK - Area Rehabbers Klub
(804)598-8380
Blue Ridge Wildlife Center
(540)837-9000
Richmond Critter Control
(804)409-9674

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