Proudly Serving Loudoun County Since 1978
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112 Dry Mill Road SW Leesburg, VA 20175
Due to the spread of coronavirus, our clinic is operating under new regulations for the safety of you and your pet(s). Our clinic is currently curb-side service only and operating with an alternative schedule.
We can’t wait to meet you and your furry friend. The first step is to get in touch with us. You can do this by giving us a call at 703-777-8447 or filling out our online form and we will contact you shortly.
We will schedule an appointment that works for both you and your furry friend.
Our wonderful staff will take care of you and your pet. Your pet will meet one of our dedicated veterinarians and receive top of the line care.
At Catoctin Veterinary Clinic we appreciate, understand, and acknowledge that your pet is a family member.
Our goal is to provide high quality veterinary care in a manner compassionate to both you and your pet. We believe that by acting in a pro-active manner, we will be able to maintain and extend the quality of your pet’s life. In order to achieve these goals, we emphasize client education and preventive medicine. We strive to make your visit the best, and to build a lasting relationship. We love what we do here and it truly shows in the quality of medicine we provide.
We are very proud of our facilities, services, and staff at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic. You may know that your pet is in good hands, based on credentials, but you also get the feeling when you enter the clinic that this is a place that knows how to intuitively take care of your pet. Next time your pet needs medical attention, give Catoctin Veterinary Clinic a call. Both you and your “family member” will be glad you did.
- Dr. Keith Robbins
Pet ownership is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have.
Being a responsible pet owner, however, requires providing the best care when your pets are ill and protecting them when well. Spend some time educating yourself about your pet, and the chances of having serious medical disorders and other issues can be greatly reduced. Following are some tips to help you keep your pet as fit as can be and enjoy each other's companionship to its fullest. Remember, every pet should have an annual visit with a veterinarian for a physical exam and vaccinations, if needed. As spring approaches, ask about heart worm prevention and flea and tick treatment.
Click either of the links below to read about specific care for your pet.
Care for your dog
Care for your cat
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