VCA Fairway Animal Hospital moved to our new building in February of 2008. Our new facility includes six exam rooms, a consultation room, large laboratory, pharmacy, two surgery suites, three dental/wet tables, digital radiography including digital dental radiography, advanced anesthesia monitoring, critical care ward, an isolation ward, and separate dog and cat wards. Our waiting room is equipped with a flat-screen tv and beverage station. We encourage prospective clients to come by during business hours for a tour.
Since its beginning, VCA Fairway Animal Hospital has focused on quality patient care and building relationships with owners and their pets, and the hospital joined the American Animal Hospital Association in 1988, which sets the standard of excellence in veterinary medicine. Becoming AAHA-accredited is not an easy task, and requires adherence to the organization's strict standards.
Our new facility includes six exam rooms, a consultation room, large laboratory, pharmacy, two surgery suites, three dental/wet tables, digital radiography including digital dental radiography, advanced anesthesia monitoring, critical care ward, an isolation ward, and separate dog and cat wards. Our waiting room is equipped with a flat-screen tv and beverage station.
VCA Fairway Animal Hospital is a full-service hospital for dogs and cats. Our clinic is equipped with the very latest technology that enables us to offer exceptional veterinary care for our patients and service to our clients.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) sets the standard for quality veterinary care for companion animals. As an accredited hospital, we voluntarily uphold the Association's high standards in 18 different areas and are routinely evaluated on over 900 different standards of veterinary care. Not all animal hospitals are accredited, and we are proud to be amongst only 12-15% of veterinary hospitals that hold this honor.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) represents practitioners in the veterinary community who are passionate about the care of cats and supports its members in improving the health and welfare of feline patients. With a reputation as a leader in the field of feline medicine, the AAFP helps veterinary practices establish a feline-friendly environment that reduces stress for cats during veterinary visits.
As veterinary professionals, we know that the stress and anxiety associated with taking a pet to the veterinarian is a significant reason why pets don't always receive the medical attention they need. Fear Free℠ veterinary visits reduce feelings of stress, resulting in a better experience for all involved, including pets, owners, and veterinary health care teams. Having a Fear Free℠ Certified Professional can help alleviate your pet's fear, anxiety, and stress when visiting our hospital.
Caring for pets means meeting a wide range of needs beyond health care. Fortunately, there’s a whole community of organizations and businesses eager to help.
Here’s where to meet the local groups that we recommend to our pet-loving families.
ASPCA Poison Control Center Hotline
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is staffed 24 hours with veterinary health professionals who have been specially trained in veterinary toxicology. If you think that your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call the ASPCA 24 hour emergency Animal Poison Control Center hotline at (888) 426-4435.