Pender’s 24 Hour Vet & Emergency Animal Hospital offers all of these for Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area residents.

Current law and our standards prohibit us from practicing medicine over the phone without physically examining your pet but we can assist you in deciding if your pet is having an emergency and needs to be seen by an emergency veterinarian in your area.


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Remembering Pets We Lost in 2015

Posted on January 26 by Kyle Wittenborn

Over 100 pet owners joined us for the 7th annual Pender Pet Caring Foundation Pet Remembrance Ceremony to honor and celebrate those we lost this year.

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Saving Milly

Posted on January 13 by Ruth Faulkner

We wanted to share the incredible story of Milly, an amazingly sweet Labrador Retriever, whom the staff at Pender had the joy of being able to help save on New Year's Day 2016.

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Alarming Rise in Canine Lyme Disease

Posted on April 2 by Kyle Wittenborn

Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing threats to dogs in Northern Virginia. Take these simple steps to ensure your dog is protected from tick-borne disease.

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I’m Pregnant, Do I Need to Get Rid of My Cat?

Posted on October 10 by Suzie Broadhurst

Being a veterinarian and currently pregnant with our second child, this topic came up quite frequently in discussions with my medical professionals. . . So do you have to give up your cat if you are pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant?

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