Kensington Veterinary Hospital

We Welcome You

…to Kensington Veterinary Hospital– a neighborhood based practice in the Mid-City area since 1990. We pride ourselves on offering the best possible blend of top quality conventional medicine, surgery, dentistry and grooming, and integrative medicine, including acupuncture, nutrition, laser therapy (Class IV), homeopathy and so much more. When your pet is a patient here, you are part of our family.

Mission Statement

Our mission at Kensington Veterinary Hospital is to provide our patients and clients with the best in veterinary medical care, progressive and unique treatment options, personalized patient care, unsurpassed service, and honest, open communication.We strive to promote the human-animal bond by improving and comfortably prolonging the lives of the pets we care for. Our compassionate, competent, knowledgeable staff is dedicated to the belief that…

Take a Tour

Welcome to Kensington Veterinary Hospital!
We are a privately owned neighborhood business
Like us, our logo is all about balance
We are glad you are here!
Come see more!
Our exam rooms are clean and welcoming
We carry a large number of traditional Chinese medicines
We are equipped to do labwork in house
Our equipment is state of the art
Our pharmacy is well stocked
The Treatment Area is usually a very busy place!
A day of beauty at Spa Kensington is delightful!
Isolation cages to keep contagious diseases under safe control
We carry a wide variety of top quality prescription diets
We are proud of our wonderful digital radiology equipment
Thanks for taking a tour! We love to share what we do!


Anesthesia Free Dentals

February 11, 2014
Is it safe to clean a dog's teeth without anesthesia? Culpeper, VA, Star Exponent, February 11, 2014 Ask Dr. Watts - Dr. Michael Watts | Posted: Monday, February 10, 2014 12:00 am This week’s column continues the theme of National Pet Dental Month. Q: My friend says her neighbor, who is a dental hygienist, cleans…
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Swami Sivananda (1887-1963);
Spiritual Leader, Author, Physician

"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened."

Anatole France