Dedicated to providing compassionate, quality care for you and your pet.
At Westminster Veterinary Group we take pride in delivering unsurpassed veterinary care for dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and reptiles. Our focus is on wellness and preventative care by ensuring the delivery of competent veterinary medicine. Westminster Veterinary Group provides a holistic approach, considering environmental factors, nutrition and the psychological needs of all animals.
We are committed to offering a "wow" experience and high quality service for each and every client we meet for the reason that we value relationships. WVG understands the importance of listening to the client's concern(s) by providing care tailored to their pet's unique needs.
Our goal is to offer the highest quality veterinary medicine, answer questions and share information about new technologies in pet healthcare. Westminster Veterinary Group values our clients and strives to build long lasting customer loyalty. Visit WVG and experience the difference. For your convenience we are open seven days a week and offer Japanese and Filipino speaking doctors. In addition, we have Spanish translators on staff.
Dr. Greenberg has been our Veterinarian for over 12 years. I remember her telling me of the things she would do when she had her own clinic. I am happy to say that all, and more, of those wishes came true.
— John & Audrey Poole-Brown
One of the top clinics for treatment of exotic animals in the country
We are one of the few hospitals in the area who can provide care for your exotic pet. This includes boarding in our exclusive Exotics Ward.
WVG has joined forces with Dog is Good for the "BOLO Project"
The BOLO project was conceived as a way to raise awareness of the remarkable work dogs do for people every day. Under the auspices of Leader Dogs for the Blind, Dog is Good (www.dogisgood.com) will raise a future leader dog for its first year.
Leveraging social media and high profile sponsorships, the project will publicly inform and showcase what is perhaps the ultimate connection between dogs and humans – providing “sight.” The BOLO Project will last approximately one year – the time from when the puppy (BOLO) is about 8 weeks old until it is ready to begin the actual guide dog training.
THE BOLO PROJECT, a yearlong fundraiser to benefit Leader Dogs for the Blind, will begin September 2013. There are several opportunities to partner with the program throughout the year to drive awareness of your business and associate you with this great fundraising program.
Westminster Veterinary Group is donating Bolo's medical services for an entire year and Dr. Greenberg is thrilled to be Bolo’s veterinarian during this time. We are very excited to accompany him during his development and special journey.
To read how Dr. Greenberg and Westminster Veterinary Group joined together to sponsor the "Bolo" Project, click here