Important Pender COVID-19 Update:
We thank you for your patience as Pender has adapted to a new COVID-19 way of Veterinary Medicine. We will continue to adhere to our Hands Free and Curbside processes until further notice.
When you call the hospital, we appreciate your patience in holding as we are currently experiencing longer than normal wait times, 5-15 minutes. A member of our team will be with you as soon as possible. Please do not hang up; all calls are answered in the order they are received.
Posted on March 12
Birds are very skilled in hiding signs of illness. Often times when we first notice signs they are not feeling well, they have actually been sick for a few days. In the wild, birds socialize in flocks and are generally prey species. In order to survive, they must act normally so they do not get cast out of the flock and become more susceptible to predators.
Posted on February 2
So your puppy isn’t exactly a puppy anymore…now what? Senior status is dependent upon breed and size. Larger breed dogs reach seniority around 6-7 years old while smaller breed dogs and cats reach seniority around 8-9 years old. A general rule of thumb is that your pet is considered senior when they reach half their […]
Posted on January 19
Pender Veterinary Centre is proud to be awarded Best Veterinary Hospital 2017 by Virginia Living Magazine!
Posted on January 18
Thanks for rating us as one of the best in the area for 6 years running! Although Pender Veterinary Centre specializes in caring for dogs, cats, and exotic pets, we also care a lot about what our human clients think! And we are proud to announce that for the 6th consecutive year, we have met […]