The Welcoming Committee!!!
We're your other family doctor! We help you make the best decisions for you and your unique pet. Also have a holistic veterinarian, Dr. Grasso, on staff.
BRAMBLETON LOCATION Animal Medical Centers of Loudoun 42385 Ryan Rd #112 Ashburn, VA 20148 703-327-8471 / ASHBURN FARM LOCATION Animal Medical Centers of Loudoun 43330 Junction Plaza Blvd #172 Ashburn, VA 20147 703-726-8784
The Welcoming Committee!!!
Hey guys! We are in need for pillow cases! King & body pillow sized. We would love any donations sent our way. Thanks :)
IT'S HALLOWEEN!!! Let's see those cuties in their costumes! Post below
This 9 month old sweet boy stopped by today for an appointment. He's such a rock-star with the best personality. Can you guess Koda's breed?
Fun fact for the day: guinea pigs require vitamin C, just like we do! Red bell peppers, kiwi, and broccoli are all good sources of nutrition for Peaches. The smile says it all! Eat your veggies!
Did ya'll know...a group of ferrets is called a business? Meet these two cuties! They are the BEEZ - NEEZ.
Everybody meet Hanna! She was just adopted and joined her new family. We already love her squishy face and affectionate personality.
Welcome sweet Callie! We are so excited to watch you grow.
We love our doctors and they love our patients! How cute is Dr. Kingsley with these baby Shiloh Shepherds?!?
Proper snuggle treatment for suture removal on such a sweet boy!
We are so happy to welcome Zara to our family!
What a sweet Arctic baby! Keep growing buddy, we love you!
Have ya'll heard the hype about Acupuncture and Laser Therapy? Cody sure does love his weekly sessions with our holistic Veterinarian, Dr. Grasso
As we remember those lost during 9/11, 18 years ago. Let us also pay homage to the First Responders (with 2 AND 4 legs) who worked tirelessly that day! Did you know that there are K9's that are specially trained as disaster-search dogs?
About 300 dog/handler search teams responded to 9/11, but only about 100 were prepared for the size of the disaster at Ground Zero.
Who doesn't love a blue-eyed bombshell? China came in to get a pedicure and her wellness updates. What a pretty girl!
“Replace the weight of the world on your shoulders…with the warmth of a dog at your feet.” -Unknown
Everyone meet Morris! Newest patient who loves everything from cheese to kisses! So brave for his first visit to the doctor.
We are definitely on our way into Fall! Queen Valerie says to make sure to bundle up on this beautiful day and to enjoy your weekend!
Who says cats can't wear t-shirts?! Show us your fur-babies dressed in their cute outfits!
Does everybody remember sweet Charley? Look how she has grown into a young lady! We love watching our babies grow.
Ready to launch our float! Happy Fourth of July!!!! 🎉 💥 ⭐️
Our staff is getting the float ready for the Leesburg Independence Day Parade!!!
Shout Out to Dr Sokolow!
Dr. Ellie Sokolow grew up Western New York. She received her undergraduate education at University at Buffalo, earning a Bachelors of Science in Biology and a Bachelors of Arts in Chemistry and Mathematics. She pursued her professional education at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Sokolow is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). She has a special interest in preventative medicine.
Dr. Sokolow has loved animals all her life. Her parents have claimed that she has wanted to be a vet since she was three years old. She and her best friend diagnosed the neighbor’s Labrador Retriever with scabies when she was just twelve. Also when just a little girl she would carry a medical bag around and pretend to treat her dog Molly for various ailments. Dr. Sokolow was destined for this career. Her goal as a veterinarian is to connect with people and their pets to help foster the human-animal bond. In addition to caring for small animals, she also has experience in equine medicine.
Currently, Dr. Sokolow shares her home with her husband Joe, their Australian Shepherd Merlin, and their long-haired cat Marco. In addition to caring for your pets, Dr. Sokolow enjoys hiking, biking, and reading.
Cuteness Overload! Hi MURPHY!
We get to meet the best patients! This is IRIS!
The "New" Pet: When Is The Right Time?
When discussing the idea of getting another pet after the loss of a former one, I’ve heard it all. Nothing surprises me any more. The sentiments are usually those of “not now,” and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard “never again!”
Welcome Charlie! We love new puppy visits!!!
Meet Charley! One of our newest patients!
One of our amazing employees has had a rough year...help or share if you are able....
For years, Vicki has worked hard to provide for herself and her daughter, working 50 plus hours and 6 days a week. She balances work with Kensleigh’s dance and other activities that provide the daily physical activity that helps to control Kensleigh’s epilepsy symptoms. Vicki isn’t the type to...
10 Great Reasons to Adopt a Cat from a Shelter
Posts by: Mychelle Blake, MSW, CDBC, Lifestyle Contributor and Pet Behavior ExpertA Vet's Life If you’re considering bringing a feline companion into your home, and wondering where to look, an animal shelter is a great option. There are so many reasons to adopt from a shelter, but here are 10 of ...
As is the case with people, a dog’s health changes with age, and our pets age much faster than we do.
Seven Tips to Enhance Your Aging Dog’s Longevity
What can we do to enhance the longevity of our canine companions?
5 "Silent" Killers of Cats
Cat's don't always give you obvious warning signs of a problem. Learn these common killers and how to protect your cat.
Wholistic Paws Veterinary Services
Keep the Scary out of Halloween for your pets! Remember the following tips- your pets will thank you for it!🐈🐕
🎃Trick-or-treat candies are not for pets, keep them up and stashed away...
🎃Don't leave pets out in the yard on Halloween. ...
🎃Keep pets confined and away from the door. ...
🎃Keep glow sticks away from pets. ...
🎃Keep Halloween plants such as pumpkins and corn out of reach
🎃Costumes can be scary, be sure to let your pet know who is behind the mask...
This just makes my heart melt ❤️
Loudoun County Animal Services
Animal Control Officer Breslin did a great job carefully rescuing this fawn from a soccer net. We are so grateful to the people in our community who care about local wildlife and call LCAS when there is an animal in need.
A Forever Home Rescue Foundation
#fridayfunny #tgif #adoptdontshop #rescuedogs
This is a tick and a poppy seed under a microscope. We removed the tick from Vallie the chihuahua today. Seed ticks will go unnoticed on your dog because there is just no way to see them under the fur. We recommend Nexgard to kill ticks on your dog before they transmit disease.
Finally! An FDA approved oral product that PREVENTS Lyme disease! We carry it!
FDA has approved NexGard (afoxolaner), a chewable tablet administered once monthly to dogs, for the prevention of Borrelia burgdorferi (B. burgdorferi) infections by killing Black-legged ticks (Ixodes scapularis), which carry the bacterium.
Let's give a big shout out to Dr. Kingsley!
Dr. Amber Kingsley grew up a Southern Indiana native. She received her undergraduate and professional education at Purdue University, earning a Bachelors of Science in Animal Sciences and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Kingsley is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). She has a special interest in emergency and critical care and preventative medicine.
Dr. Kingsley has loved animals all her life and has been in the veterinary industry since she was 15 years old. She loved learning everything she could about veterinary medicine and saw the joy that compassionate care can bring to the many animals that walk through the door. Her goal as a veterinarian is to improve the lives of people by improving the lives of their pets.
Currently, Dr. Kingsley shares her home with her husband Erik and their Greyhound Mackey. In addition to caring for your pets, Dr. Kingsley enjoys taking Mackey to visit nursing homes and to read to children as a pet therapy dog. When the weather permits, she loves to be outdoors hiking, kayaking, camping, or playing Ultimate Frisbee.
We are very thankful that Dr. Kingsley is on our team!
A Forever Home Rescue Foundation
#fridayfunny #tgif #dontletyourdogsbark
Don't Forget! Call your vet a few weeks in advance for firework anxiety treatments
Fireworks, picnics and other 4th of July traditions can be great fun for people, but frightening and dangerous for animals. Know how to keep your animals safe.
43330 Junction Plz Ste 172
For emergencies: The Life Centre Leesburg, VA 703-777-5755
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