Welcome to Lewisburg Veterinary Hospital Your Veterinarian in Lewisburg, WV


At Lewisburg Veterinary Hospital, our dedicated veterinary staff provides excellence in pet care for your pawed family members. We love what we do, and we look so forward to getting to know you and your animals. Our veterinarian, Dr. Mary Ann Mann, has a long-held history of veterinary care, one that stems from her father, Dr. James F. Mann, Jr., who opened the practice in 1949. Yes, we've been in the business for over several decades, and we don't intend to slow down anytime soon.

Your pets’ positive outcomes and visible signs of health are why we're here. Dr. Mann always goes the extra mile to care for her four-legged patients. From the initial exam to our stress-free approach in managing your pets’ wellness, compassion and thoroughness rank the highest with our team.

Welcome to Lewisburg Veterinary Hospital Your Veterinarian in Lewisburg, WV

Who We Are

At our animal hospital, preventative care is the foundation of our wellness program. Our veterinarian provides a comprehensive plan for all of our services. Whether it's a routine exam or a more severe diagnosis, our entire team is involved in the process of restoring your pets’ well-being and health. Your pets are like family to us, and how we bring that to our patients is a testament to our mission and purpose as caregivers. 

We consider ourselves a fear-free environmentas each pet who walks into our animal hospital is initially greeted with a sense of ease and welcoming faces. We help eliminate the sense of fear, stress, and anxiety in a pet during each visits. This creates trust, and a better and safer experience for you, your pets, and our team.

Services Offered at Our Animal Hospital

We only use the most modern technology to enhance your pets’ care by helping them recover fully from a variety of conditions. Our wellness program is structured in such a way as to utilize our current innovations for your animals to receive the highest quality pet care. Our services include:

    • Wellness Pet Care
    • Senior Pet Care
    • Pet Dental Care
    • Surgery
    • Diagnostics
    • Class IV Laser Therapy
    • Boarding
    • Bathing and Minor Grooming
    • Preventative Medicine
    • Referrals

We Are Here For You and Your Companion Animals

We invite you to call us and schedule an appointment with Dr. Mann at Lewisburg Veterinary Hospital in Lewisburg, WV. Call us today at 304-645-1434. We look forward to meeting you and your beloved animals.

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Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Mary Ann Mann
    DVM, MS

    Dr. Mary Ann is a 1984 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She completed an internship in small animal medicine & surgery at Veterinary Specialists of Connecticut (W.Hartford, CT).

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Read What Our Clients Say

"Dr. Mann was wonderful. I wasn't established there but had an emergency with my kitty baby. She got her in right away, kept her for evaluation for the day, and didn't charge for unnecessary procedures. My baby is good as new and I'm so thankful to have such a caring vet. She even asked for updates the next couple days after my kitty was home just to make sure she was doing ok. Extremely satisfied and I would highly recommend her services.

Meghan Slater

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Emergency Appointments Only

Sunday:

Closed