ourpledge2-192x300For over 30 years, the midlothian animal clinic (MACVETVA) has been dedicated to caring for pets by providing superior medical attention as well as client service. Our practice is committed to the continuing education of our veterinarians and staff, the utilization of technology and a sincere concern for the welfare of our patients and clients. We support and encourage the human-animal bond through preventative care, the treatment of disease, alleviation of pain and client education. 

Why Blog?

Here at MACVETVA we’ve made a pledge.  A pledge to our patient, to our client, and to our team.  In the spirit of our pledge we’ve redesigned our website.  We’ve made it easier for our clients to find the information they need and to learn more about us and our services.

Have you seen our promise to you?

We’re starting a blog to fulfill a few of the more educational and community oriented parts of our pledge, and we’re very excited to be doing it!  While we do have a facebook page, through our blog we hope to provide you with more in-depth informative pieces  to help you provide the best possible care for your pets.  We’ll be also be sharing stories, tips, and educational pieces from our veterinarians, technicians, staff and guest writers.

How Can You Help Us?

We love to hear from our clients so if you have a good idea for a blog piece or would like to see a blog piece about a certain medical service or condition, let us know!  We’d also like to invite any potential guest bloggers out there to contact us at community@macvetva.com.

We encourage our clients and friends to comment on our blog, and hope you will join the discussions. While we can’t respond to every comment, particularly those that deal with individual medical cases and issues, we do review comments before they’re posted, and those that are off-topic or clearly promoting a commercial product generally won’t make the cut. Lastly we expect a basic level of civility; disagreements are fine, but mutual respect is a must, and profanity or abusive language are out-of-bounds on our blog.