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278A Broadview Avenue
Warrenton, Virginia 20186-2302
(540) 347-6611
Hospital Closure

Notification of closure of The Village Veterinary Clinic of Warrenton and the retirement o Dr. Suzanne Cliver as of December 30th, 2022. Dr. Cliver has practiced veterinary medicine nearly 45 years, 27 of those in Warrenton. The practice is not being sold or transferred. The equipment and much of the infrastructure is being donated to Sovereign/Nations Veterinary which will be outfitting a permanent clinic serving an Indigenous population in North Dakota. The practice will function normally until mid-December and then, on a slightly reduced level until 12/30/2022. You are encouraged to pick up your records or request their transfer to your new veterinarian of choice. I you are not able to do this prior to closing, you may request them by mail to the current Clinic address. The request will forward to a P.O. Box where they will be retrieved and promptly addressed by Dr. Cliver and helper.

New Patient Center

Thank you for your interest in The Village Veterinary Clinic. If you are a new patient coming in for an appointment, please click here to download our New Patient Form, which you can fill out a bring with you to your visit.

You can expect that included in the cost of a vaccine is a thorough exam. However, if a medical issue needs addressing and/or treating, you will be charged a small exam fee and medication costs.

We encourage you to tell the staff and doctor if you have financial limits so that we can plan how to meet your pet's needs within your budget. We do not bill.

When scheduling an appointment, if you feel you pet has extensive medical problems and previous records to discuss with the doctor, please tell the receptionist that you feel you may need a half hour appointment. Otherwise, you will be given a fifteen minute appointment.

We try to keep our spay and neuter costs low enough to encourage you to help in solving the animal overpopulation problem. You can choose to use the SPCA for these surgeries to further lower your costs. We do not declaw cats or perform any cosmetic surgeries on puppies such as ear cropping or tail docking.

We intend to send any surgery or sick animal home at the end of the day in stable condition. If we feel that over-night treatment or monitoring is appropriate, we will refer you to an emergency/critical care facility.