Chevy Chase Animal Clinic is a full service Veterinary practice dedicated to providing the highest quality medical care in a welcoming environment for both you and your beloved pet.
Our skilled and compassionate Veterinarians and staff are devoted to the health and well being of your pet. We offer comprehensive Veterinary Services for your dog and cat including medical, surgical, dental , acupuncture and wellness care in all life stages. We also offer grooming for your furry friend.
Please call our office at 859-266-0449 to schedule an appointment. We can’t wait to meet your pet .
At Chevy Chase Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Lexington Veterinarian | Chevy Chase Animal Clinic | 859-266-0449
600 Euclid Ave
Lexington, KY 40502
Great people who truly care about their clients! I was visiting Lexington for the weekend from out of town and my dog was in need of some unexpected care. Dr. Headley was wonderful and very honest. Couldn't ask for a better visit!
Kelsey Chavez -
Please call us at 859-266-0449 to make an appointment!
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