Supporting Animal Eye Health through OFA Eye Certification Exams

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Just as in people, genetics plays an important role in an animal’s development. Their physical traits and habits are often determined by DNA, and genetic testing can help identify potential health issues in pets (including their eyes) so that owners can make informed breeding decisions. Our practice is proud [READ MORE]

Helping Service and Working Animals See a Better Life

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Since opening Animal Vision Center of Virginia in 2015, Dr. Heather Brookshire has offered free eye-screening exams year-round for service and working animals in Hampton Roads. She has a passion for these furry companions that assist people with daily living needs, as well as working animals that support police and rescue [READ MORE]

Historic Pembroke Manor Ideal Location as Healing Place for Ophthalmic Animal Care

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(Virginia Beach, Va., April 10, 2023) – Pembroke Manor’s new owner is ready for company. The walls of the historic home have a fresh coat of paint, the heart pine floors are clean and the lawn is lush and green. Beginning April 12, Heather Brookshire, DVM, will open the doors [READ MORE]

Make Preventive Care a Priority for your Pet this Year

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New Year’s resolutions are now in play. It seems everyone we know is contemplating ways to eat healthier, move more and reduce stress. Scheduling a checkup with your physician is an excellent step to address such questions and keep potential health concerns at bay. And guess what? It is [READ MORE]

They ought to be in pictures! Enroll your pet in our In Focus Pet Photo Contest

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Is your lovey a regal beagle? A dashing dachshund? A charismatic cat? Now extended through Dec. 15, 2022, send us a high-resolution photo of your pet looking their best for a chance to have their image recreated, framed and displayed on the walls of our Chesapeake and Virginia Beach clinics. Animal Vision [READ MORE]

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