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Norfolk SPCA Public Veterinary Clinic. You love your pets. We love them back. The SPCA Vet Clinic combines state-of-the-art-facilities, with experienced and compassionate veterinary teams and animal care experts. Every service we offer at the clinic is designed with integrity in mind. You’ll find your visit comfortable, convenient and affordable. Our experts on staff have extensive experience meeting the unique needs of all animals from forever-home pets, to shelter animals.
From behavior issues to matters of general health, our team will make the right diagnoses and determine a practical treatment plan to get your animal back on track. We can even fill most of your prescriptions, same-day, at the shelter right after your appointment. Dr. Nichols Jamieson Nichols, DVM Lead VeterinarianDr. Jamieson Nichols is a 2005 graduate of St. George’s University veterinary school in Grenada, West Indies.
She completed a one-year rotating general internship at the University of Minnesota in 2006 and a one-year neurology specialty internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson (VSCOT) in 2007. Dr. Nichols remained on staff at VSCOT as an emergency clinician until she moved back home to Chicago in 2009 to begin a career in shelter medicine. She completed a one-year fellowship in shelter medicine at PAWS Chicago in partnership with Purdue University and remained on staff at the shelter until she began her graduate program at Purdue University.
Her professional interests include shelter medicine, infectious disease, dentistry, and neurology. Dr. Nichols shares her home with a small pride of bossy felines and one very tolerant dog, Marley. When not entertaining the whims of her cats, Dr. Nichols enjoys walking and hiking with Marley, reading (with a cat on her lap), baking, and following Guster (her favorite band) on tour around the U.S. Crystal Briscoe, DVM Associate VeterinarianDr.
Briscoe is a native of Chicago. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Central Arkansas and her DVM degree from Tuskegee University. She is a retired Army Veterinary Corps Officer who is board certified in anatomic pathology. After retiring in the Hampton Roads area, she became interested in working in an animal shelter. M’Risa Mendelsohn, DVM Associate VeterinarianDr.
Mendelsohn is a small animal veterinarian from Texas. She received both her undergraduate and DVM degrees from Texas A&M, and has served as both a shelter and private practice vet for almost 20 years. She moved to Hampton Roads several years ago, when her husband was transferred to the area by the military. She specializes in high-volume spay/neuter surgeries. Leslie Nelson, DVM Relief VeterinarianDr.
Leslie Nelson was awarded the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in 1999. After leaving Tennessee, she moved to Hampton Roads and began practicing small animal medicine. She has worked in many facets of small animal veterinary care including shelter medicine, emergency medicine and general practice. Dr. Nelson even spent many years working in a feline exclusive practice.
She loves being a “general practitioner” for pets, but does have a special love for and interest in feline medicine Heather Normandt, DVM Relief VeterinarianDr. Normandt is from Worcester, MA, where she decided in kindergarten to become a veterinarian and never wavered in her goal. She received her B.S. in biology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She went on to graduate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
After living three years in the beautiful Caribbean, she was fortunate enough to spend one year undertaking clinical studies at Texas A&M University. Her professional interests include internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry and exotic medicine. Outside of veterinary medicine, she enjoys New England Patriots football, surfing, travel and animal rescue work. She shares her time with her rescue pit bulls and a Westie named Brady.
Gregory Peake, DVM Relief VeterinarianDr. Gregory Peake is a North Carolina native. He received his B.S. in Biology from St. Andrews Presbyterian College and his DVM degree from North Carolina State University. Although he has retired from practicing medicine full-time, he does regular relief work exclusively for the Norfolk SPCA. His veterinary interests include exotics, ophthalmology, surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, and orthopedics.
In his spare time, he enjoys racing sailboats, bike riding, swimming, and trading on the stock market. Michael Perry, DVM Relief VeterinarianDr. Michael Perry graduated from Penn State University in 1991. He completed his doctorate of veterinary medicine in 1995 at the University of Tennessee’s College of Veterinary Medicine. His special interests include dermatology and surgery. Debra Thomas, DVM Associate VeterinarianDr.
Debra Thomas moved to Norfolk, Virginia as a “Navy brat” at the age of 9. She attended Old Dominion University for her undergraduate Bachelors Degree in Medical Technology. She then moved to Florida to attend the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida. She has enjoyed her career choice since she became a veterinarian over 25 years ago. When not practicing medicine, she volunteers as a wildlife rehabilitator and enjoys spending time with her husband and their 2 cats, 4 dogs, and parrot.
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Prince William County Demographics:Population:2010 Census 402,002 (Apr. 1, 2010), Latest estimate 409,345 (Jun. 15, 2011), projected to grow to 535,629 persons by 2030Labor force: 215,288 (May 2011)At-place employment: 105,941 (4th Qtr. 2010)Unemployment rate:5.1% (May 2011)Households married with children 2009:32.8%Median Household Income 2009:$89,785 (ranked 11th in U.S.)One-way average commute, 2009:39.
2 minutes (up from 36.9 in 2000)Adults with college degree, 2009:46.8%Average assessed house value, 2011:$265,848Average sold price, 2011:$301,995 (June, 2011-3.2% increase)The Unemployment Rate as of May 2011 for the US 9.1%, 6% for Virginia, 5.7% for the Washington DC Metropolitan Area (DC MSA), 5.1% for Prince William County (PWC), and 4.5% for Northern Virginia (NVA MSA).SOURCE: Virginia Employment Commission Northern Virginia Office - Retail - Flex Warehouse Space For Lease1483 Old Bridge RoadYarbrough Business ParkWoodbridge, VA 22192Lake Ridge / Occoquan / Woodbridge Submarket 1st Floor - Suite 105: 1,500 SF of Office with reception area / show room and drive in bay doorRent/SF/Yr: $12.
00/nnn Rent/mo: $1,500/nnn Highlights: Located near the Old Bridge & Route 123 (Gordon Blvd) Commuter Lot / Park & Ride Quick access to Gordon Blvd / One Twenty-three, I-95 and US Rt. 1 / Jefferson Davis Hwy Easy access and minutes away from I-95 & US Route 1 / Jefferson Davis Highway Across from the Dominion Convenience Center & the Occoquan Elementary School Walking distance to McDonalds, Wendy' s, Pizza Boli's, Subway, & the Dominion Convenience Center Population within 5 Mile Radius to grow 9.
6% over next five years, 188,580 to 206,772 by 2014 Transportation Information:Airport: Ronald Reagan Washington National - 27 min drive time / 20.5 mi Washington Dulles International - 50 min drive time / 25.9 mi Commuter Rail: Woodbridge (Fredericksburg line) - 5 min drive time / 1.5 mi Commuter and Local Bus Services to the Property WPotomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) Cross-County Connector Tysons Corner OmniRide Property Zoning:Prince William County B-1, General Business DistrictPurpose and Intent:The B-1 district is intended to implement the regional commercial center and general commercial land use classifications of the comprehensive plan.
It is generally intended to provide areas for community-scale retail, office, and institutional uses in appropriate areas. The purpose of this district is to also promote retail employment opportunities and to enhance the tax base of Prince William County. The B-1 district is not designed to implement the non-retail employment based land uses reflected in the Comprehensive Plan; non-retail uses, however, are permitted within the district to complement and support the retail purposes.
Uses Permitted by Right.The following uses shall be permitted by right in the B-1 district:1. Adult day-care facility.2. Alarm systems operations, office.3. Ambulance service (commercial).4. Barber shop or beautician studio, tanning and toning salon (one set of toning equipment only).5. Brewery and bottling associated with a restaurant.6. Business school.7. Cafeteria/lunchroom/snack bar/automat.8. Catering--commercial (off premises).
9. Catering--commercial (on or off premises).10. Child-care facility.11. Civic club.12. College, university or seminary.13. Commercial artist or photographer's studio.14. Commercial bus station.15. Cultural arts center.16. Data and computer services.17. Dry cleaning/garment processing facility, retail, less than three thousand (3,000) square feet.18. Dry cleaning pick-up facility.19. Financial institution.
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34. Nursing or convalescent care facility.35. Office.36. Office equipment sales, lease and service.37. Optical and eye care facility.38. Package, telecommunications and courier service.39. Pet grooming service.40. Photographic processing laboratory.41. Place of religious worship or assembly.42. Private school (no boarding).43. Quick service food store.44. Radio or TV broadcasting station.45. Recording studio.
46. Recreation facility, commercial (indoor).47. Recycling collection points, subject to the standards in section 32-250.84.48. Religious institution, Church.49. Restaurant.50. Restaurant, carry-out.51. Retail store, less than 80,000 square feet.52. School of special instruction.53. Shoe repair.54. Shopping center A, B, C or D (See Part 100).55. Tailor, seamstress shop.56. Theater (drive-in).57. Theater (indoor).
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