COVID-19 ALERT

Greenbrier is limiting the number of clients in each room to two.

If possible, please call ahead: (434) 202-1616

Clients will be asked to wait in their car or outside for test results and outpatient treatment.

We are making every effort to attend to your pet's needs quickly and efficiently. Safety is our top priority for you, your pets, and our staff. Wait times may be longer than usual. We appreciate your patience.

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PODCAST: Urinary Incontinence in Older Female Dogs

Urinary incontinence in older female dogs is a very common — and sometimes annoying — problem. Why does it happen and how is it treated? This question is frequently submitted to us on the Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital Facebook page.

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