Catoctin Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to providing Leesburg the highest quality veterinary care, with compassion for both pet and pet owner. We take pride in our staff, services, and facility.
Visit us and you’ll be confident your pet is in trustworthy hands.
Jenni has been the Practice Manager since 2013, but she has been a part of Catoctin Veterinary Clinic since 2007. Her wealth of knowledge, love for animals, and ability to work through any situation is the reason for her success. When starting here in 2007, Jenni began as a receptionist. She quickly found a love for helping animals and transitioned to becoming a Veterinary Assistant. As the clinic grew there was a demand for a practice manager, Jenni was the perfect choice and has played a pivotal role in Catoctin’s growth and success ever since.
When Jenni is not at the clinic she loves to spend time with her beloved husband, Erich, and their four animals; Bowser, Guinness, Murdock and George. Bowser is a 3 year old Beagle mix who is a ball of energy and love. Guinness is a 2 year old hound mix who always has a lot to say. Murdock is a 5 year old kitty who is blind, but that does not stop him from eating her out of house and home and thinking he runs the household. Last but not least, George is the newest addition to the family. He is a rescue tabby cat who is quickly coming into his own. Something you might not know about Jenni is that she is an avid Harry Potter fan as well as a die hard Washington Football Team fan!
Paige is a native of Loudoun County. She grew up in Leesburg and even went to Loudoun County High School, right down the road from the clinic. Paige graduated from High Point University in 2014 where she achieved her Bachelors degree in Business Administration. She began her career at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic as a veterinary assistant in 2017 and was named Office Manager in 2020.
Paige has always had a passion for animals. Growing up she had just about every animal a little girl could want from horses to rats. Paige’s first rescue was a beagle named Mason who came from Lost Dog and Cat Rescue. She volunteers with Homeward Trail Animal Rescue and is an advocate for the Guanica Animal Rescue Project in Puerto Rico, which is where she adopted her adorable terrier mix named Caddie. Paige just celebrated her one-year anniversary with her husband, Robert. Robert is a Golf Professional at a club in the area and their family is very golf centric. Caddie, their rescued terrier, is the little golf caddy they always needed in their life and Palmer, their rescued cat, is named after their favorite professional golfer, Arnold Palmer.
In Paige’s free time she loves to go to sporting events and breweries and she loves to paint. She is a diehard Washington Nationals fan and loves the game of baseball. She even made it to the World Series game when they won in 2019. Whenever she can, she escapes to her favorite vacation spot in Duck, NC.
Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)
Amy became a Licensed Veterinary Technician in 1992. She started at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2000 under Dr. Clinton Pease. In her 19 years of service at Catoctin she has been a driving force behind streamlining surgical processes, techniques and protocol. Today, she is the head surgical technician. Many may not know Amy because she is always in the surgical suite rather than in appointment rooms meeting our clients face to face. Amy is a vital part of the operation and helps keep your pet happy, healthy and safe when undergoing any surgical procedure.
Amy has always had a corgi in her life. Currently she is the mother of Vinny Boombatts. Vinny and Amy compete in AKC agility trials all over the East Coast. Vinny has also gotten into scent work and lure coursing and is currently ranked as the 10th fastest Pembroke Welsh Corgi in AKC FCAT. He’s becoming quite the competitor! Amy also was the mother of Tony Two Toes. Tony got his name due to his front right foot only having two toes. We are sad to report that Amy said goodbye to Tony after 15 great years. He will always be near and dear to her heart.
In her free time, you can often find Amy at the beach visiting family, in the agility ring, or going to corgi gatherings. Amy is also a diehard Jimmy Buffett fan and has been to over 20 concerts thus far.
Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)
Kelli became a Licensed Veterinary Technician in 1992. She has been working at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic since 1989! She started with Dr. Pease and has been an integral part of Catoctin since the beginning. With over 30 years of experience there is nothing Kelli has not seen! She has become near and dear to almost every client’s heart. She treats every patient like she would her own. She has extensive experience with dogs and cats and always helps them feel comfortable in the exam room.
Kelli is married and the proud mother of two sons. She seems to have boundless energy keeping up with her sons and four-legged children. She has a cat named Rascal and a cocker spaniel named Barkleigh. Kelli has always loved cocker spaniels. She is definitely an expert on the breed. In her free time she enjoys reading, spending time with family, and catching up with friends.
Grace began working at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2014. She has been at Catoctin for almost 6 years, and she has become a seasoned professional. She is an expert in the field; whether it is answering questions about your new puppy, hospitalizing a sick patient, or running in-house bloodwork. Grace works very closely with Dr. Conway and can often be found assisting her in appointments.
Grace is much more than a dedicated vet assistant. She and her partner Zach have an adorable 3-year-old son named Damian. Together they are raising him and their two dogs, Rue and Loki. Both of their four legged children are rescued. Rue is a 3 year old Shitzu mix and Loki is a 6 year old German Pinscher mix. Damian, Rue and Loki are the best of friends and love to make memories in their new home. Damian already loves to play the drums and is hoping to become a rock star one day!
Fun fact about Grace: every dog she has ever owned was rescued though the help of a client at Catoctin Vet. Grace has a soft spot for older dogs in need. One of her last rescues was named Dominic who had geriatric diabetes. This makes Grace an expert in diabetes management in elderly dogs.
When Grace isn’t running around after her three boys, she loves to paint and do craft projects. She is very artistic and was in numerous theater productions growing up. Her current project is renovating her newly purchased home.
Kayla started at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2014. She has been a valuable asset, bringing her previous knowledge as a veterinary assistant to the practice. Kayla started her career in animal medicine right after high school; giving her 10 years of experience in the business already. Kayla attended Blue Ridge CTC and achieved her associates degree in Applied Science. She worked in emergency animal medicine at Blue Ridge Veterinary Associates for six years before joining Catoctin Veterinary Clinic. Kayla has a wealth of knowledge in small animal medicine. She works alongside the veterinarians to help make sure our patients are happy and healthy.
In Kayla’s free time she enjoys working on her newly purchased home, hiking, decorating, and spending time with her husband and friends. Kayla and her husband plan on welcoming a Staffordshire Terrier puppy into their lives this summer.
Brandon has been at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic since 2016. He is a dedicated Veterinary Assistant who has a passion for Pomeranians. Brandon started his career in human medicine as a phlebotomist. After finding his love for animals, he moved to emergency animal medicine working at Blue Ridge Veterinary Associates for six years before joining Catoctin. Brandon has a wealth of experience and knowledge when it comes to emergency medicine, hospitalization, and overall patient care.
When Brandon is not at the clinic, he is out on the town with his four-legged son, August. Brandon fell in love with August when he showed up with a rescue group at the clinic as a two pound ball of fluff needing a home. He quickly became part of Brandon’s life, and is truly this man’s best friend. In Brandon’s free time you can often find him out at a winery enjoying a good glass of wine, hiking to find a beautiful view, shopping for a great deal, or just thoroughly spoiling August.
Mollie started at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2019. She has been a great addition to the team. She is an extremely hard working and compassionate vet assistant. Molly always knew she wanted to work with animals because the work is so rewarding. Molly has applied to the tech program at Northern Virginia Community College and is working towards becoming a Licensed Veterinary Technician.
Molly is the mom to a Dutch Shepherd named Enzo. She is currently training Enzo in dock diving and protection sports. Molly grew up with just about every pet under the sun. She even used to breed and show ferrets. Ever since Molly was young she has been involved in rescuing animals. She currently volunteers for numerous rescues and takes in a lot of hospice or special needs dogs.
Kasy has been at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic since 2017. She is extremely hardworking – working at Catoctin Vet, going to college, and working at her family’s restaurant every weekend. She is committed to veterinary medicine. Her goal is to become a Veterinarian someday. Kasy is currently enrolled at George Mason University and studying Biology. Being bilingual, Kasy has become essential to the clinic, offering the ability to communicate effectively for our doctors to some of our clients. Kasy would love to become a veterinarian without borders, going to other countries to help spay and neuter animals and give essential care to animals in need.
Kasy is the mother of two! She has an adorable human son named Theo and a four-legged lab mix named Hero. When she is not running around after her two boys, she loves to spend time with friends, watch movies, and take Hero to the dog park.
Erin started at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2020. Erin has an extensive background in animal medicine and rehabilitation. She started in the veterinary field in 2009 for an animal hospital in McLean. She attended Kansas State University and achieved her bachelors degree in Animal Science. Upon graduation, she worked at an animal rehabilitation center giving her exposure to multiple rehabilitation techniques.
When Erin is not at the clinic she spends her time with her handsome four-legged son. Grizz is a 2 year old Great Pyrenees mix who loves to swim. Erin and Grizz enjoy doing anything outdoors. They go kayaking, camping or fishing almost every weekend.
Joe started working at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2017 during his senior year of High School. He now attends Virginia Tech and is studying Animal and Poultry Science with a minor in Chemistry. Joe is planning to become a Veterinarian. Joe is in a professional medical fraternity called Delta Epsilon Mu which focuses on professional development and life skills. His roommate in college is an adorable rescued mix named Penny. Penny loves the Virginia Tech campus and considers herself a die-hard Hokie fan. In his free time Joe likes to work out, play video games, and longboard.
Terry started at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 1985. She is the smiling face many of us know and love when entering the front door of the Clinic. Terry is well known for her wonderful attitude, love of cats, and handing out treats to every pet.
Terry has always had a passion for animals and has used her knowledge and skill to rescue a countless number of pets. When Terry is not working at Catoctin, she volunteers for the Loudoun County Humane Society and is very active in her church. Terry traps, fosters, and re-homes numerous cats every year for the Humane Society. Terry also has her own rescue and 13 cats she cares for with her husband, Mark, of 45 years. She also just added a new addition to the family; her name is Josie. Josie is a Border Collie who has quickly become the center of attention. Do you know the band named Josie and the Pussycats? Well that is how Josie got her name! Josie and the 13 pussycats to be exact!
Deanna started at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2014, but has been working in veterinary medicine since graduating from high school in 2010. Deanna first started in emergency medicine and then became a receptionist at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic. Deanna loves helping people and watching every client’s animal grow. She is always smiling and one of the first faces to greet you at the door. She might even steal your furry child for a photo or a selfie!
Deanna is the best dog mom to her four-legged son, Murray. Murray is a spoiled pup who she fell in love with when he was just 10 weeks old. Deanna has a passion for animals and loves collecting anything dog related. When not at the clinic, you can find Deanna camping, kayaking or barbequing by the water. She is also an avid reader, especially any book about dogs!
Erich started working at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic in 2020. Having a background in customer service made him a great addition to our front desk team. His calm and endearing nature makes him extremely welcoming. Erich has been a part of Catoctin for a very long time, as he is the husband of Jenni.
He is the dog-father of 4 four-legged children with Jenni. They have two dogs and two cats; Bowser, Guinness, Murdock and George. The crew definitely keeps Erich busy!
When Erich is not at the clinic he loves to cook, watch the Washington Football Team play and watch movies. Erich is also a big comic book buff.