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VCA Highlands Animal Hospital

Phone: 276-628-4115
Phone: 276-628-9595
Fax: 276-628-6544
25011 Lee Highway
Abingdon, VA 24211
Business Hours
Sun Closed
Monday through Saturday we are open until Midnight

Dr. John B. Roberts, Jr.
Medical Director
DVM

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Caring for pets... and their people, too.

Over 115 years of combined veterinary experience.

VCA Highlands Animal Hospital has 9 Veterinarians and 36 highly trained staff members, here to serve your pet's needs. We offer General Surgery, Endoscopy, Ultrasound, Digital X-Ray,and state of the art technology, in caring for your furry loved one. We are open 7am until Midnight, Monday through Friday, and 8am until Midnight on Saturdays for your convenience. Please call us today to set up an appointment!

Local Medical Issues

Wellness plans help prevent illnesses by detecting possible problems before symptoms arise. Ask us about Wellness Checks on your next visit!

It's that time of year again! fleas and ticks! Come by or give us a call to find out what is the best treatment for your pet.

We can offer solutions for keeping your pet and your home flea-free this year!

Make sure your dog and cat are on a year-round heartworm preventative.

New to VCA?

In addition to the traditional services you'd expect from a veterinary hospital, we offer pets and pet parents a selection of specialized veterinary services. For example, we specialize in treating exotic pets, including reptiles, pocket pets and birds. And we provide onsite grooming and boarding, so you can count on us to meet all your pet's needs. We also offer obedience training for your dogs�by group or individual session.

If you aren't sure if we offer a specific service that's important to you, please ask us.

The friendly, professional staff at VCA Highlands is made up of dedicated individuals who have made it their mission to help pets live long, healthy lives. To be true to this mission, the hospital team relies on several individuals, each equally important in helping us deliver the best patient and client experience for both you and your pet.

Teamwork is a constant in our daily practice. From check-in to check-out, our team of pet lovers works cohesively to create a warm and welcoming experience for both you and your pet.

Dr. Carole S. Mask
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: University of Georgia

Dr Mask lives in Abingdon, VA with her two dogs and two cats. Her hobbies include playing the harp, knitting and reading. She is a dedicated

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Dr. Dawn Hill
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

A native of Abingdon, Dawn began working at Highlands Animal Hospital at age 14. After completing college, she returned to the area and rejoined

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Saving Annie
Kim Shaffer from Bristol

Annie got sick on a weekend. I took her first to the emergency vets in Blountville since it was Saturday night where she was given a shot for nausea and some fluids. The next day, she was worse and would not eat and even threw up water when she tried to drink.
I called VCA and was told that Dr Robinson would come in and see her. Our Beagles are members of our family and I knew Annie would be in good hands.
Dr Robinson, being the consummate professional she is, did blood work, x-rays and an ultrasound, all on a Sunday.
Nothing was conclusive but it was apparent that Annie was a very sick little girl. She had to spend the night in the hospital and this was the first time that girl ever left my side since she was born.
The next morning, Dr Robinson called early. She and her staff had found some type of problem near her small intestines and surgery was the only way to save Annie's life.
I was relieved later that day when again Dr Robinson called to let me know that Annie was recovering. Surgery had revealed a huge abscess on the connective tissue of her small intestines.
It was that very moment I realized just how good these folks are. How many vets would go this far for a pup? Most would just say, "she ain't worth it let's put her down" and expect me to accept it.
Every morning and every night Dr Robinson would call and let me know how Annie was doing. She even went out after work on her own time and bought chicken to boil and came back to the hospital to convince Annie to eat after her surgery. This lady has angel wings under her white coat!
Annie is back home, safe happy and healthy. She just had a post op check-up today and got her staples out. There are no words to truly express my gratitude to the truly professional doctors and staff at VCA Highlands. If you love your fur child, there is no better place and no more caring folks than what you will find there.

Convenient, Affordable Wellness Plans

Membership includes:

  • Convenient monthly payments
  • 5 visits to VCA each year
  • Doctor-recommended vaccines
  • Prevention and early detection tests for serious diseases
  • Routine dental care for your pet
  • Peace of mind knowing you are doing the best for your pet

To enroll in VCA CareClub, call us at
276-628-4115 or request an appointment.