Veterinary Services for Small Animals

When the health of your pet is in question, you want help from an experienced veterinarian that can address your pet's health concerns with care and precision. Choose Clarksburg Veterinary Hospital for quality small animal pet health services from a skilled veterinarian and a talented, caring staff.
Using the latest technologies and procedures, our veterinary hospital provides effective care for pets in the Clarksburg, West Virginia area. Whether we are checking for common diseases or simply performing routine exams, we have the equipment and personnel to offer care that you can rely on. We will keep your furry friend in optimal health. Call 304-623-3545 to schedule an appointment.
Cat and dog sitting — Veterinary hospital in Clarksburg, WV

  • Routine Exams
  • Spays and Neutering
  • Diagnostic Testing
  • Routine Vaccines and Preventative Care
  • Urinalysis
  • Fecal Analysis
  • Heartworm Testing
  • In-House Blood Screening
  • In-House Digital Radiology
  • Flea Control and Prevention
  • NEW!!! We now offer Laser Therapy services for your pet
Using fecal floatation, our veterinarian can quickly identify diseases that may be affecting your pet. This process includes a microscopic evaluation.
Parvo is an aggressive, highly-infectious disease that can threaten your pet's life. The disease can cause extreme vomiting and other problems that could be fatal. Our vet can quickly and accurately test for this disease.
By simply taking a urine sample, our vet can check for the presence of bacteria, white and red blood cells, crystals, glucose and more.
Digital radiology involves using the same equipment and x-ray beam as before, but the film is replaced by a digital plate that transfers the image to a computer screen. This image is then able to be manipulated by the doctor to enhance, magnify or zoom in on area to aid in diagnostics. The exceptional clarity produced by this image and the speed at which it is produced decreases the amount of time animals need to be under sedation and decreases stress for animal that are not sedated. The technological advances made in digital radiology are making diagnostics easier for doctors and pets alike.
If you need veterinary care for your pet, call 304-623-3545 to schedule an appointment with a veterinarian that you can trust.