Welcome to the official website for Animal Medical Center, your 24 hour vet clinic proudly serving the Midlothian and Richmond Metro area. Our dedicated team of veterinary professionals can provide not only round-the-clock emergency care but also routine preventative care and non-urgent treatments. If you've been looking for an all-in-one veterinary health, wellness and emergency care center that can treat your pet at any time of the day or night, you'll be delighted that you discovered us!


Many veterinary centers cannot help their patients outside of "standard business hours," instead referring them on to after-hours emergency-only clinics. This forces owners to maintain relationships with two veterinary centers instead of one -- a clumsy and inconvenient arrangement for you, and a potentially disconcerting one for your pet.

Unlike other veterinary centers, our animal hospital is open to all patients 24/7. We provide regular veterinary care for during office

Animal Medical Center provides everything from routine care and veterinary surgery to emergency treatments. This not only closes the gaps in service; it also provides enormous benefits for owners who can't necessarily get to a Midlothian veterinarian during the daytime.


If you seek an emergency vet in Midlothian who can also be your everyday veterinary health advisor, you've come to the right animal hospital. Animal Medical Center has brought together a team of veterinarians all with unique experiences , skills and backgrounds to provide a progressive and collaborative approach to your pet’s veterinary care.


Our animal hospital aims to earn your trust by giving your pets the best care they could possibly receive at any clinic, emergency or otherwise. Our comprehensive services and techniques include:

  • Vaccine reaction treatment - Our clinic makes a major contribution to the Midlothian and Richmond metro area animal community by providing prompt, effective treatment to pets who suffer allergic reactions to common vaccines.
  • Veterinary surgery - We can perform orthopedic, internal/external, dental and emergency surgery procedures, as well as routine surgeries such as spaying and neutering and feline declaw surgery. Our laser surgery techniques minimize post-operative pain, bleeding and other complications.
  • Wellness care - Your Midlothian veterinarian can provide regular wellness exams, vaccinations, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, microchipping and other preventative services.
  • Medical treatment and pain management - We can prescribe therapeutic laser treatment, medications and many other treatment methods to help your pet feel and function better.

Schedule a Visit to Our 24 Hour Vet Clinic in Midlothian

Of course, no matter how extensive a veterinary center's services and expertise may be, you still have to feel good about the choice you make for your beloved pets. That's why we hope you'll schedule a visit to our 24 hour vet clinic so you can meet your emergency vet in Midlothian and discuss the many ways we can keep your pet healthy and happy. Call Animal Medical Center today!



  • "Words cannot express the how grateful I am to have found this vet! They truly care for you and your pet. They always provide quality care and are good about warning you of the prices before running your bill up. My dog had a very traumatic experience at a few vets before we found this place. They have been so loving and understanding of my dog's needs! I am so impressed by every vet I have seen here and the front desk is always so knowledgeable and polite. They're open 24 hours so anytime my dog is not feeling well, I know I can call them for their expert opinion. I highly recommend this veterinary practice!"
    Krystal B.


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