Vote for Fairfax County's Best Veterinarian in Readers' Choice

From the common mutt to the exotic chinchilla, our pets are part of the family.

Veterinarians across Fairfax County are giving our pets all they deserve and more. Which vet is the best in Fairfax County? Cast your vote and let us know.

From unique and innovative treatments to those rabies booster shots, veterinarians are tasked with keeping our loved ones healthy for years.

Which veterinarian in the county do you take your pet to for tender loving care?

Nominations were accepted on Patch through July 9. If your vet was nominated but you do not see it here, it's possible it was not included because it is not located in Fairfax County. The nominees are: 

  • Great Falls Animal Hospital

Winners in all Readers' Choice categories will be announced on Aug. 24.

The nomination period for this contest is over. Voting will begin on July 23, 2012. 

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Pharoan Johnson August 15, 2012 at 12:45 PM
Caring Hands Animal Hospital is kind to our pet & very nice to our family as a whole. Everyone working there seems to have a positive & friendly attitude. This talented group of professionals has kept our feline family member in excellent health since we moved here from AZ over a year ago. For these reasons & more they are Fairfax County's best!
Maureen Clum August 15, 2012 at 01:15 PM
Caring hands animal hospital is the BEST. There staff is warm and welcoming. There doctors are knowledgable, and caring. I can't say enough about Dr. Campfield. She is the most hard working compassionate vet I have ever known. She is always willing to do whatever it takes to make sure my two dogs get the best care they need. I feel very fortunate to have caring hands staff and Dr. Campfield in our lives. She is an angel. Thank you
Jean Davis August 15, 2012 at 02:23 PM
Caring Hands is amazing. I can not believe how caring and sweet they are to my nervous pooch. They always let me keep her close while they examine her to make her the most comfortable.
Christina Perez Bass August 17, 2012 at 09:41 PM
Hands down Town and Country and Columbia Pike animal hospital. I did a price comparison a few years ago and they were outstanding.
lisa A August 18, 2012 at 06:24 AM
Hands down, its Caring Hands Animal Hospital. All 4 of my babies (chihuahuas) are patients here. I will never forget the day we had to put one of our dogs down due to old age, and when we arrived we were immediately taken back to a room that they had set up for us prior to our arrival. The room was very dim, lit with candles, the chairs were removed and the floor was covered with blankets and pillows and very soft instrumental music was playing. They made it very comfortable and peaceful for all of us and allowed us to stay with her for as long as we wanted during ans after the procedure was done. They then took her away, bundled her up and gave her back to us so that we could bury her ourselves they also gave us a cement plaque of her paw prints along with a rainbow bridge prayer for dogs. They are an amazing group of people who not only care for animals but care for the owners as well.


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