Cacapon Veterinary Medical Center

546 Cold Stream Rd.
Capon Bridge, WV 26711


Dr. Alan Spaid is happy to provie veterinary care at Cacapon Veterinary Medical Center!

Dr. Alan Q. Spaid

Alan Spaid received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  In 1990 he received a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Science from West Virginia University.  As an experienced veterinarian, Dr. Spaid has worked in rural mixed pet/livestock practices, large metropolitan veterinary centers, and small animal emergency hospitals.  He has been the owner and operator of Cacapon Veterinary Medical Center since its beginning in 1999.

Dr. Spaid is a native of Hampshire County, WV.  He currently resides in the Wardensville, WV area with his beloved wife Connie.  Ezekiel (Zeke) is his shepherd mix who spends his days searching for chipmunks when he is not causing chaos at the hospital.  

Alan Q. Spaid, DVM loves God first and foremost.  As a follower of Jesus Christ, he operates his practice based upon Bilblical principles.  He will not lie or misrepresent information concerning the health of his patients.  Clients rest assured knowing that Dr. Spaid will never recommend medical or surgical procedures based solely upon financial gain.  Dr. Spaid will always recommend the most effective, safe and practical route to recovery or prevention of disease.

Dr. Spaid is a co-founder of Capon Bible Fellowship and The Capon Bridge Revitalization Group.  His hobbies include in depth study of the Bible, backpacking, snowboarding, and home improvement.


Cacapon Veterinary Medical Center - Capon Bridge, WV  - Dr. Sherry BlendenDr. Sherry Blenden

Dr Blenden is a native Floridan who grew up in central Florida. She attended the University of Florida for both her undergraduate and veterinary degrees (Go Gators!).  She graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, Cum Laude, in 2007. After graduation, Dr Blenden moved to Virginia in search of cooler weather with four "real" seasons. She initially worked in equine and mixed animal medicine, then transitioned to small animal practice in 2009.  Her special interests include spay/neuter surgery and helping with shelter animals.  Dr. Blenden provides relief veterinary service for Cacapon Veterinary Medical Center as well as other regional hospitals.

She lives in West Virginia on a small farmette with her husband, two lovely horses, and three adorable cats.