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Washington Animal Hospital


The Washington Animal Hospital is the oldest and most preeminent veterinary hospital in the Washington, D.C., area. Erected in 1886 on M Street in Washington, the Washington Animal Hospital soon became the veterinary clinic of choice for the powerful political elite of the nation's capital. The hospital has since treated the pets of politicians, diplomats, high-ranking military officials, and members of covert government agencies. The building has been featured in several films and television series, including Get Smart.

Today the Washington Animal Hospital has a full-time staff of four veterinarians and several assistants.



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