Virginia Veterinary Centers is pleased to offer Urgent Care at VVC Midlothian!

Virginia Veterinary Centers offers convenient hours for companion animals needing to see a veterinarian after normal office hours but not requiring a visit to the emergency room. While we will have a team of skilled medical professionals who will work together to direct you and your pet to the appropriate service, noting certain symptoms will help our team determine the best care choice for your pet.

A patient presenting to Urgent Care that needs emergency care can be transferred to the 24/7 Emergency Service at VVC Richmond.


Urgent Care LocationS & Hours

VVC Midlothian
2460 Colony Crossing Place, Midlothian, VA 23112

Monday-Saturday: 11:00am-10:00pm

(Last walk-ins seen at 9:00pm)


VVC Fredericksburg (NEW)
1301 Central Park Boulevard Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Starting August 22nd

Available 9am-7pm on highlight days

Click here to download a PDF of Fredericksburg’s August Urgent Care Schedule

Click here to download a PDF of Fredericksburg’s September Urgent Care Schedule

Typical conditions seen by Urgent care

  • Eyes: swelling, discharge, redness
  • Nose: running, crusting, discharge
  • Ears: discharge, debris, odor, twitching, scratching, shaking
  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Vomiting (minor or occasional)
  • Diarrhea
  • Straining to have a bowel movement
  • Change in urine color, frequency, or amount
  • Change in amount of food or water intake
  • Lameness/limping
  • Recent ingestion of minor foreign material or toxin (if showing no clinical signs)
  • Change in behavior (depression, anxiety, sleepiness)
  • Evidence of worms, or fleas
  • Wounds or bite marks (minor)
  • Lumps
  • Facial swelling, licking, or scratching



Our experienced Urgent Care clinician is highly qualified to provide out-patient care for companion animals that need to be treated right away but are not emergencies. Our convenient Urgent Care hours will provide owners peace of mind, rather than having to worry about their pet’s condition through the night when your veterinarian may not be able to see them. 

  • Eyes: swelling, discharge, redness 
  • Nose: running, crusting, discharge 
  • Ears: discharge, debris, odor, twitching, scratching, shaking 
  • Coughing or sneezing 
  • Vomiting (minor or occasional)
  • Diarrhea (minor or occasional)
  • Straining to have a bowel movement 
  • Change in urine color, frequency, or amount 
  • Change in amount of food or water intake 
  • Change in behavior (depression, anxiety, sleepiness) 
  • Evidence of worms, or fleas 
  • Wounds or bite marks (minor) 
  • Lumps 
  • Facial swelling, licking, or scratching 
  • Lameness/limping 
  • Recent ingestion of minor foreign material or toxin (if no clinical signs present) 

Our highly skilled ER team is well prepared to provide life-or-limb-saving care for companion animals. Patients requiring emergency care have a high likelihood of needing to be admitted to the hospital for intensive care and may require the involvement of other veterinary specialists (e.g. surgery, critical care, internal medicine, etc.). 

Conditions considered to be medical emergencies include (but are not limited to) the following: 

  • Trauma (e.g. hit by car, falls, gunshot) 
  • Head or eye injuries 
  • Irregular breathing, shortness of breath, prolonged or heavy panting 
  • Severe or sudden onset of pain 
  • Weakness or paralysis 
  • Blood loss 
  • Broken bones 
  • Open wounds 
  • Repeated vomiting, especially with possible exposure to toxins 
  • Possibility of having eaten a foreign body (e.g. toy, sock, etc.) 
  • Diarrhea of sufficient intensity or duration to cause dehydration 
  • Hyper- or hypothermia (heatstroke or frostbite) 
  • High fever 
  • Serious burns 
  • Seizures or other neurologic signs 
  • Inability to urinate or defecate 

The good news is that the VVC’s Urgent Care Service and Emergency Service operate within the same conveniently located, state-of-the-art facility! Our team of skilled medical professionals will work together to help ensure your pet receives the appropriate level of care.  Important – A patient seen by Urgent Care requiring emergency care will be transferred immediately to the Emergency Service. 



Urgent Care Hours:
Monday-Saturday: 11am-10pm
Last walk-ins seen at 9pm


2460 Colony Crossing Place Midlothian, VA 23112
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