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KSR Pet Care

PO Box 198
McLean, VA 22101703-945-5045

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Pet Care at Home

1915B Chain Bridge Rd # 513
McLean, VA 22102571-334-6909

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A Plus Pets

PO Box 825
McLean, VA 22101703-752-6161

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Arlington Dog Walkers

PO Box 11087
McLean, VA 22102571-329-7063

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Lots of Love Dogsitting

McLean, VA 22101703-534-7387

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Old Dominion Animal Health Center

6719 Lowell Ave
McLean, VA 22101703-356-5582

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Critter Care

1918 Kirby Rd
McLean, VA 22101703-356-0098

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Custom Canines

1352 Old Chain Bridge Rd
McLean, VA 22101703-506-3647

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Great Falls Bording Kennels

8920 Old Dominion Dr
McLean, VA 22102703-759-4650

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Peaceable Kingdom

1631 Wrightson Dr
McLean, VA 22101703-506-4737

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Methods and Limitations

Before settling on a kennel, consider other alternatives.

Just as you carefully choose doctors to treat the humans near and dear to you, you want top-notch healthcare for your pets. Our ratings will help you find a veterinarian who provides the care your critter deserves without wrecking your treat budget.

Because many health problems are subtle and easily overlooked, you should regularly evaluate your pet’s general health with a nose-to-tail inspection.

Because veterinary treatment can be expensive, especially when severe accidents or illnesses occur, subscribers often ask us whether they should buy health insurance for their pets.

Even though you can do for yourself almost anything a travel agency can do for you, there are still reasons to use one.

Your first question for prospective agencies should be whether or not they have staffers who specialize in where you want to go.

Here are some pointers for getting the most out of any agency you hire.