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How do puppies and kittens grow up to be healthy, playful, well-adjusted dogs and cats? It all starts with you and the care of your pets. The doctors and staff at the Animal Care Center of Salem will do everything to ensure that your furry family members lead long, happy lives.
We have a vast array of services - which range from annual check-ups, laser and endoscopic surgeries, diagnostics with ultrasounds, therapeutic services, to boarding and grooming both dogs and cats - and we treat all patients as if they were our own pets.
We've provided a number of links and other educational resources for you to learn about how to take superior care of your cats and dogs. The most effective regimen for animals consists of a lifelong healthy diet, preventative care at home, and regular visits to a trusted veterinarian. If you have any questions or concerns, call 540-389-0219 or email us at [email protected] and we'll promptly get back to you to set up an appointment. Our clinic is conveniently situated near the interstate, and it's easy for Roanoke, Salem, and New River Valley residents to locate.
At Animal Care Center of Salem, you'll find the best care for your best friends! Contact us today!
Mark Wadstrom, DVM and Kimberly Noel, DVM
Animal Care Center of Salem | 540-389-0219
1035 Electric Road
Salem, VA 24153
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I can't even express how thankful I am to each and everyone of you for helping my baby. If you spoke to him, rubbed him, sat with him, or gave him medicine, I just want you all to know that every little thing means so much. You will always have a very special place in my family, as well as in our hearts. You are all angels in my eyes. Thank you so much!
- Jessica, Walter, Brooklyn & Reddick / Salem, VA
Strange Cat Fact:
A genetic study found that every single domesticated cat could be traced back to one of five African wild cats from 8000 BC! That’s one big family.
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