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  • (Virginia Beach, Va., March 26, 2019) – Animal Vision Center of Virginia is breaking new ground in ocular care for animals by offering telemedicine consultations for their veterinary partners and existing clients. It is the first veterinary ophthalmology practice in Virginia and among the first in the U.S. to provide a remote real-time evaluation experience

  • (April 5, 2018) – While dogs don’t wear glasses, they do need to have their eyes checked regularly, especially if they are a registered service or therapy animal. May is National Service Dog Eye Examination Month, and many board-certified diplomats of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists will offer free screenings for these hard-working and

  • (Virginia Beach, Va,  June , 2016) —  In addition to their work with service animals, the AVCVA staff also volunteers their time and expertise in caring for the horses of Untamed Spirit, a Virginia Beach non-profit therapeutic and educational riding program with the purpose of providing, promoting and supporting equine assisted activities for individuals who

  • (Hampton Roads, Va., May 4, 2016) – May is National Service Dog Eye Examination Month, and many board-certified diplomats of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists will offer free screenings for these hard-working and caring animals. One local veterinary ophthalmology practice, the Animal Vision Center of Virginia (AVCVA), feels so strongly about the importance of

  • (Hampton Roads, Va., Oct. 8, 2015) – Dogs, cats, horses and animals of all shapes and sizes can now receive the eye care they need. The Animal Vision Center of Virginia opened this month at 521 Old Great Neck Road in Virginia Beach, and a grand opening celebration will take place Saturday, Oct. 17 from