• Community Involvement

    Old Dominion Supports the Local Animal Rescue Community

    Old Dominion Animal Hospital is dedicated to the Charlottesville and Crozet communities and to promoting animal rescue efforts in our area. In 2020, we donated over $200k to rescue organizations in monetary gifts, surgical procedures, and wellness care. Our animal hospital also acts as a host for local rescue pets that are available for adoption.

    Old Dominion Animal Hospital manages the Companion Animal Fund, a non-profit organization that was created by our founder, Dr. Charles H. Wood. In prior years, Old Dominion has participated in the Howl-n-Growl Pub Prowl and hosted events including an annual Dog Wash and Pet Portraits. To learn more about the Companion Animal Fund, visit their website: CAFVA.org.

    Old Domionion Animal Hospital Charlottesville is a partner with Meals on Wheels Charlottesville to provide pet food for seniors and at-risk pet owners. You can leave dry cat and dog food donations with us at our clinic, or you can drop off donations directly at the Meals on Wheels location just around the corner from us at 704 Rose Hill. In 2020, Old Dominion Animal Hospital served as a host for the pandemic pet food pantry.

    We have also recently partnered with Corkscrew Racing to host their Fido-friendly run/walk events.

    We are always looking for more ways to support our local community organizations. Please feel free to call us and reach out to our Marketing Director, Kati Wood, today if you have a local cause or event in which we can participate.

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