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BLOOD PARASITE & LYME DISEASE TESTING
We strongly recommend that dogs are tested for heartworm disease and other tick-borne infections/diseases yearly. Ticks are expanding their range. Because of this we are seeing an increase in Lyme disease in dogs, and other tick-borne diseases. We have had many who have tested positive just since January. It is as simple as a test and 2 boosters to prevent this disease. Free NexGard flea/tick preventative with appointment. Please call us for more details! 304-466-0251
New River Animal Hospital is a modern small animal health facility dedicated to the well-being of pets as well as their owners. Our hospital has seen thousands of pets since opening in 1986. We emphasize client education, preventive medicine, semi-annual physical examinations, and vaccinations. We provide complete medical, radiological, dental, surgical, and nutritional services for cats, dogs and other small companion animals. We also provide professional grooming and boarding services.
We're proud of our hospital and the level of care we provide patients and clients. Our purpose is to provide your pet with outstanding quality care and to provide our clients with superlative customer service through compassion, friendliness, and sensitivity. This is why we start every puppy and kitten off with a free care kit, courtesy of NRAH.
Dr. Connie Hyler-Both
Nimitz Veterinarian | New River Animal Hospital | 304-466-0251
7295 Beech Run Road
Nimitz, WV 25978
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|Tuesday||8:30am - 1pm||2 - 5pm|
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|Friday||8:30am - 1pm||2 - 5pm|
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Thanks to New River Animal Hospital, my cat Juno is happy again! I will never be able to thank New River enough.
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