10948 General Puller Highway
Hartfield, VA 23071

Text: (804) 684-1363
Call: (804) 776-9219

“Our highest goal is the genuine care and comfort of our patients and clients through the practice of excellent quality veterinary medicine.”


Office Hours

Monday – Friday:
8am – 5pm 
by appointment

Saturday – Sunday: Closed



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Small Animal Medicine

  • Preventative medicine
  • Acute and chronic disease treatment
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Parasite control



  • Chronic ear disease management

Diagnostic Ultrasound

  • Echocardigraphy with cardiologist consult
  • Abdominal ultrasound with internist consult

Several Lines of Pet Food

  • Primal & Orijen all natural foods
  • Royal Canin prescription diets
  • Purina prescription diets


Off-Site Laboratory

Small Animal Surgery

  • Laser surgery on all standard routine surgery
  • Pain management standard on all surgeries
  • IV catheter and fluids standard on all surgeries
  • ECG & pulse-oximetry standard on all surgeries

On-Site Laboratory

  • Chemistry profile with electrolytes
  • Thyroid testing
  • Complete blood count
  • Fecal centrifugation – standard on all fecal exams
  • Complete urinalysis
  • Cytology

On-Site Pharmacy



Steven Skinner


Dr. Steven Skinner is a 1987 graduate of the Virginia – Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. He practiced from 1987 to 1989 in upstate New York in a mixed animal practice before moving back to Virginia to work in Hartfield.  He and his wife Terry have six children and five grandchildren (so far) and reside in the Dutton area of Gloucester.  His practice interests include nutrition and the continual pursuit of newer and better ways to manage pet illness and wellness. He enjoys using natural means to treat disease, when possible. He and his family are active members of Cornerstone Fellowship Church in Cobbs Creek, VA.


Dallas Scales


Dr. Dallas Scales is a 2007 honor graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Virginia. She and her husband Andy, have one daughter, Libby, and reside in the Christ Church area of Middlesex County. Her practice interests are nutrition and dermatology. She likes using holistic medicine to treat disease when appropriate. Dr. Scales enjoys running, practicing yoga, vegetarian cooking, traveling and playing guitar.