Ashburn Veterinary Hospital

Ashburn Veterinary Hospital Your Best Friend Deserves the Best Possible Care. Established in 1994, Ashburn Veterinary Hospital is a full-service, small animal hospital providing a focus on client education regarding comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care.
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Our hospital encourages preventative healthcare to promote your pet's long term health. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality healthcare. Our staff is knowledgeable, compassionate and dedicated to helping our clients become more educated on the health of their pet. At Ashburn Veterinary Hospital we strive to educate our clients on optimal veterinary care, allowing you and your pet to enjoy your lives together. Our job is to partner with you to help your pet when he or she isn't feeling well, and provide the education you need to keep your best friend happy and healthy longer.

Operating as usual

Melissa and Aacos 💕
02/22/2021

Melissa and Aacos 💕

02/18/2021
Jarvis stole our hearts today!
02/16/2021

Jarvis stole our hearts today!

Happy Presidents Day!
02/15/2021

Happy Presidents Day!

Happy Valentine's Day!
02/14/2021

Happy Valentine's Day!

Bowser was too cute at his appointment yesterday and loved hanging out with Melissa! He’s such a handsome boy! #GreatDan...
02/10/2021

Bowser was too cute at his appointment yesterday and loved hanging out with Melissa! He’s such a handsome boy! #GreatDane ❤️

Monster was such a sweetie at his appointment today AND it was his birthday! Happy birthday, Monster! 🎉
02/09/2021

Monster was such a sweetie at his appointment today AND it was his birthday! Happy birthday, Monster! 🎉

Kristi, Kyla and Finley 🐾
02/06/2021

Kristi, Kyla and Finley 🐾

Thanks Hill’s Pet Nutrition for the awesome winter gear & masks!
02/06/2021

Thanks Hill’s Pet Nutrition for the awesome winter gear & masks!

Clean Those Teeth! February Is National Pet Dental Health Month - DogTime
02/04/2021
Clean Those Teeth! February Is National Pet Dental Health Month - DogTime

Clean Those Teeth! February Is National Pet Dental Health Month - DogTime

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some kind of oral disease by the age of three. That's why National Pet Dental Health Month, observed all through February, is so important!

Happy Groundhog Day!
02/02/2021

Happy Groundhog Day!

02/02/2021
We will be closed today, February 1st, due to inclement weather. Thank you for your understanding. Please continue to ch...
02/01/2021

We will be closed today, February 1st, due to inclement weather. Thank you for your understanding. Please continue to check our Facebook for updates.

Max was such a good boy at his appointment today!
01/30/2021

Max was such a good boy at his appointment today!

UPDATE! Thomas is home safe! FOUND CAT! This cat was on the porch of one of our client's this morning, wanting to come i...
01/30/2021

UPDATE! Thomas is home safe!

FOUND CAT!
This cat was on the porch of one of our client's this morning, wanting to come in out of the cold. They are going to bring her by shortly to see if she has a microchip.
She does not have a collar, is very well groomed and fed. The client posted these pics on Nextdoor as well. They live in Ashbriar, across from Broad Run HS.
Please contact us if you know whose cute kitty this could be!

About 2 months ago, we posted a picture of this cutie. Look how much Sydney has grown! 🐾
01/29/2021

About 2 months ago, we posted a picture of this cutie.
Look how much Sydney has grown! 🐾

01/29/2021
Fur Laughs: Watch 7 Funny Dogs Making Babies Laugh [VIDEOS]
01/27/2021
Fur Laughs: Watch 7 Funny Dogs Making Babies Laugh [VIDEOS] - DogTime

Fur Laughs: Watch 7 Funny Dogs Making Babies Laugh [VIDEOS]

When it comes to making babies laugh, don't bother with the latest sitcom or your favorite stand-up comedy routine because your dog is bound to by your baby's favorite comedian! Here are some of our favorite funny dogs from YouTube doing what they do best -- cracking babies up!

01/27/2021
01/12/2021

Effective 01/12/2021, our office is closing so that we can deep clean and sanitize the hospital to follow guidelines from our local Health Department. This is to protect the health of our staff, clients and families. We understand that this may be a frustrating situation for you as a client. If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please seek care at VCA, Animal Emergency Critical Care located at 165 Fort Evans Road, NE Leesburg, VA. In the event you have a question their phone number is 703-777-5755.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time. Please be assured we are doing all that we can to get our hospital back up and running so that we are able to provide care for our patients.

Our short term goal is to have a few members on our team back in the hospital to answer phone calls and to answer any questions or concerns. We are also working on a plan to be able to utilize telemedicine for any cases needing it.

Once the hospital has been cleaned and sanitized meeting recommended guidelines from the local health department we will send a follow up email, post an update on our face book page and our website. Until that happens we will be intermittently monitoring our email account [email protected] for anyone needing to reach us.

January Is National Train Your Dog Month: Here’s What That Means
01/08/2021
January Is National Train Your Dog Month: Here's What That Means - DogTime

January Is National Train Your Dog Month: Here’s What That Means

January is National Train Your Dog Month, so make a resolution to learn something new with your four-legged friend. Help spread the word all throughout the month of January. Here's what you need to know about National Train Your Dog Month.

Dr. Jones got a new puppy! Everyone, meet Finley. He loves hanging out with Mindy and spending time with everyone in the...
01/07/2021

Dr. Jones got a new puppy! Everyone, meet Finley. He loves hanging out with Mindy and spending time with everyone in the hospital!

01/06/2021

As a reminder, we are currently offering curbside only appointments at this time.

We are currently open the following hours:
Monday-Friday 8am-7pm
Saturday 8am-2pm

We are committed to keeping our hospital running to continue to serve the needs of you and your pet. You and your dog’s health are incredibly important to us, and we will continue to be there for you in any way we can.

We would like to remind everyone to remain in their vehicles and call upon arrival. Pet owners are required to remain on the property throughout their pet’s appointment.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please contact us with any questions or concerns as we strive to keep the safety of you, your pets, and our staff at the highest priority.

❗️Missing cat❗️Please contact Becky (info below) or call us at (703)729-9200 with any information.
01/06/2021

❗️Missing cat❗️
Please contact Becky (info below) or call us at (703)729-9200 with any information.

Coconut had her first appointment today. She definitely brightened our Monday morning!
12/28/2020

Coconut had her first appointment today. She definitely brightened our Monday morning!

12/25/2020
12/24/2020
Happy holidays from Ashburn Veterinary Hospital!
12/24/2020

Happy holidays from Ashburn Veterinary Hospital!

12/17/2020
Thank you for the awesome treats, VSC (Veterinary Surgical Centers)!
12/17/2020

Thank you for the awesome treats, VSC (Veterinary Surgical Centers)!

12/16/2020
Pike & Leo are two photogenic besties who sure know how to make us smile!
12/10/2020

Pike & Leo are two photogenic besties who sure know how to make us smile!

Melissa & Sydney ❤️ #LatePost #GreatDane
11/27/2020

Melissa & Sydney ❤️ #LatePost #GreatDane

10 Things Every Dog Lover Can Be Thankful For On Thanksgiving - DogTime
11/25/2020
10 Things Every Dog Lover Can Be Thankful For On Thanksgiving - DogTime

10 Things Every Dog Lover Can Be Thankful For On Thanksgiving - DogTime

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful and show your gratitude for the many blessings in your life. If you're lucky, those blessings include dogs! Our pups give use so much to be grateful for all year long. So this Thanksgiving, make sure to give your pup plenty of thanks!

Spread The Word: November Is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month! - DogTime
11/22/2020
Spread The Word: November Is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month! - DogTime

Spread The Word: November Is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month! - DogTime

November is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month -- a month dedicated to helping older pets find loving forever homes. If you care about sweet senior animals, help spread the word throughout November. We can help older pets find homes together. Here's what you should know about older pets.

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20893 Stubble Rd
Ashburn, VA
20147

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 19:00
Thursday 08:00 - 19:00
Friday 08:00 - 19:00
Saturday 08:00 - 14:00

Telephone

(703) 729-9200

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This cutie was found in Glenashley yesterday and was dropped off at Westville vet. She is a spayed female and missing home.
Thank you Dr. Jones and staff for taking such wonderful care of our furry babies these past 26 years and counting! We Love you! ❤️🐶
REWARD OFFERED. Please help us find Rex😢. He went missing yesterday afternoon in the Phoenix, Caneside area💔. Pls contact Donovan on 0837796044 or Charmaine on 0732310926 if you have any info. Thank you in advance for your assistance in reuniting our family 🙏
Lucy Bell doesn't love her clown costume - Happy Halloween!
Sheba's First Christmas
Clover and her friends send a big Happy 4th of July to everyone at the Ashburn Veterinary Hospital!
Shadow getting in the holiday spirit dressed as a reindeer! 🐶
Just wanted to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Jones and his staff for the wonderful care that our dog Lacey received over the past 13 1/2 years. We will continue to grieve the loss of our wonderful pet but understand that it was time to let her cross the rainbow bridge. Thank you for the thoughtful card that you sent after our loss----it meant a lot. We are so grateful we found Dr. Jones when we moved to Ashburn 20 years ago.