Vaccines serve as a preventative measure against diseases such as rabies and distemper and need to be given on a regular basis to ensure effectiveness.

At Colonial Veterinary Clinic we want to determine and work with the individual needs of each patient. A preventative care plan is tailored to each pet following careful history taking and a detailed examination.

spay and neutering

We recommend that your pet be spayed or neutered in order to prolong the healthy life of your pet in addition to controlling the pet population. Spayed and neutered animals have reduced risks of certain cancers and infectious diseases of the reproductive tract.


At Colonial Vet Clinic we recommend that every animal be microchipped in order to provide permanent identification should your pet ever become separated from you. Our microchips meet international standards for clients who travel overseas or due to military deployment.


Dr. Kroenlein has years of experience performing a variety of surgical procedures. Every patient is pre-screened to ensure a healthy outcome. A patient under anesthesia is under the care of a licensed technician who monitors vitals using pulse-oximetry, electrocardiogram monitoring, and other medical evaluation techniques.

We have an in-house pharmacy which carries a variety of pet medications that we recommend. For products we do not carry and for people who prefer auto-ship options we offer an online pharmacy that is linked to your pet’s medical chart in our clinic.

pet radiography

Digital radiology allows us to quickly and accurately image your pet. In addition these digital films can be evaluated by board-certified radiologists if a consultation is recommended.

bearded dragon

Dr. Kroenlein has a passion for exotic animal care. For a variety of reasons, many households have looked beyond cats and dogs as additions to their households. We can provide health care for many of these “non-traditional” pets. 

Our Mission

At Colonial Veterinary Clinic we prioritize quality care for our community’s pets.

Contact Info

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3280 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
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Appropriate pain management is important to us so your pet will go home with post-operative care instructions and medications to promote healthy recovery. A post-operative follow-up exam is included with each procedure.

Your pet’s dental health extends far beyond bad breath. Untreated periodontal disease can lead to heart, kidney, and liver concerns. We use state of the art prophylactic dental equipment and digital dental radiographs to evaluate the health of your pet’s teeth and gums.


Depending on the species, routine wellness exams should be performed every 6 to 12 months. Examinations of mini-mammals include a complete dental exam because some mini-mammals require regular dental care.