The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care Phone Numbers and Emails

Customer Service Number:

  • (703) 777-5755

Customer Service:

  • (703) 669-5544
    Behavior and Imaging
  • (703) 669-9311
    Cardiology
  • (571) 209-1146
    Dentistry and Oral Surgery
  • (703) 777-5866
    Internal Medicine
  • (703) 669-2829
    Neurology and Neurosurgery
  • (571) 209-1176
    Oncology
  • (571) 577-6667
    Ophthalmology
  • (703) 771-2100
    Rehabilitation and Surgery

The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care Emails:

Customer Service
Advanced Imaging, Behavior, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Oncology, Rehabilitation
Emergency/ Hotline
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The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care Contact Information

The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care Website:

The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care Help Center:

Corporate Office Address:

The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care
165 Ne Fort Evans Rd
Leesburg, Virginia 20176
United States

Other Info (opening hours):

Other Location:

134 Fort Evans Rd NE

Leesburg, Virginia 20176

Fax:

+1 (703) 777 9968
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The Lifecentre Emergency And Specialty Veterinary Care FAQ
Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. If The User of Website need any additional information, please don't hesitate to contact www.tlcvets.com A specialist is a veterinarian that has undergone an additional 3 to 4 years of training in their particular specialty, such as surgery or internal medicine. The specialist completes a 1-year internship in their chosen specialty and then 2-3 years of residency. Once complete, the specialist must publish a paper and sit for a series of exams. They receive the prestigious title of Diplomate once they pass their exams and complete all the other requirements. The Client's family veterinarian is considered a general practitioner, which means they are the best resource for The User's pet's wellness and preventative care. Just like The User's family doctor, The Client's pet's primary care veterinarian may refer The Customer's pet to a specialist if they feel they can benefit from their additional expertise.
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