Prince George’s Animal Hospital was designed to accommodate the needs of our patients as effectively and efficiently as possible. Our facilities are equipped with the most up-to-date laboratory equipment and digital radiography for diagnostics, so you can get your pet’s results faster. If your pet is ever in need of an emergency blood transfusion, it can be performed immediately in our laboratory. We also have surgical ward where we can perform both minor and major surgeries with the availability of board-certified surgeon for more complex procedures. To view our practice, please view our photo gallery.
Dr. Khianey and the other doctors of Prince George’s Animal Hospital have been the primary veterinarians for bomb-sniffing dogs, funded by Homeland Security, for over 10 years. Bomb-sniffing dogs, also known as detection dogs, are trained to discern individual scents, with 20-40 more times the number of odor receptors as humans.
Bomb-sniffing dogs are used for many different events and venues, including airports; major events where thousands of people are present, such as the Olympic Games; presidential events; and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. These dogs are trained to save lives, so it’s important that they receive high-quality veterinary care, and we are proud to provide that for them every year.