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New Emergency Veterinarian Clinic Now Open In James City

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JAMES CITY-On Wednesday, December 15, the new emergency veterinarian clinic Coastal Animal Referral Emergency (CARE) opened its doors at 5295 John Tyler Highway. The new business now occupies the space of the former Zaxby’s restaurant in Williamsburg Crossing Shopping Center.

CARE sees patients in Williamsburg and surrounding areas for emergency and urgent care when their family vet is unavailable. Among its services is hyperbaric oxygen therapy, a cutting-edge veterinary therapy used to treat chronic wounds, intervertebral disc disease, smoke inhalation, snake bites, sepsis, and other ailments.

Temporary hours for walk-in emergency care and referral imaging hours are 9am to 6pm daily. For more information, visit CARE’s Facebook page.

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