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For many people, pets are members of the family. You give them the same care you give yourself. At Village Veterinary Clinic in Burke, VA, we know how important your pets are to you. Our veterinarian and team have been caring for Burke area animals for over 30 years. Dr. Lonam, a 1978 graduate of Washington State University Veterinary School, and his wife, Anne, purchased the animal hospital in 1987.
Our current veterinary associate is Dr. Cate Adsit, a 1981 graduate of Cornell University Veterinary School. Our veterinarian and support staff love caring for animals and strive to provide our clients with excellent customer service and communication consistently and conscientiously. We believe in compassionate pet health and wellness vet care. For friendly, quality pet care, come visit us at Village Vet!
Family vet for years, even when I moved briefly I drove 3 hours to go to them rather than switch vets for a year. They're wonderful.Carlin D.
Docs are very knowledgeable, always find the best solutions, and eminently compassionate! Been taking our furry friends here for almost a decade.Zaphod B.
I have been taking my dog (Bam-Bam) to this practice for the last several years. I always have a "pawsitive" experience every time.Joanie
They really care here! And the prices were absolutely reasonable. Thanks Village Veterinary Clinic!Jessica S.
Staff is very attentive to my and my dog's needs. They are very pleasant to talk to and great at customer service. It's hard not to notice how much they love working with four legged furry ones.Yuri J.
To that end, we are strong advocates for client education. We want to make sure pet owners understand how to keep pets healthy from youngsters well into their golden years. When pets become sick, we want to make sure our clients understand what is wrong with them, understand the diagnostic and treatment recommendations, and any follow-up care that may be necessary.
Most of our patients are cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and other small mammals. Our doctors and care team also treat some of our area’s police K-9 units. Our care team includes several enthusiastic and experienced administrative staff, veterinary technicians, and kennel attendants. We take pride in our clean, welcoming, and efficient animal hospital.
At Village Veterinary Clinic, we see the following types of pets:
We are a full-service animal clinic. Our pet care services include but are not limited to:
If you have any questions about our services, our team is happy to help. We want to make sure your pets have long, healthy lives. We will work to accommodate all patients. Our veterinarians can educate pet owners on routine and preventative care as well as provide guidance and advice on more complicated medical issues so your pets can stay healthy.
Payment must be received at the time services are delivered in order for us to maintain our high quality of service. All procedures and hospitalizations come with cost estimates. You are welcome to get an estimate for your anticipated charges at any time if you have not already received one.
Village Veterinary Clinic is happy to accept:
We are fully equipped to help with all of your emergency needs during normal business hours. If you find that you need emergency assistance after hours, we trust VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center and The Regional Veterinary Referral Center to provide quality care. If you have to visit the emergency clinic we can retrieve the records for any follow-up care for your pet.Learn More
At Village Veterinary Clinic in Burke, VA, our veterinarian offers a wide variety of services to care for your pet. We will treat your pet as our own and make sure it receives all the love and attention it needs. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality of vet care and will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. To learn more about us or to schedule an appointment at our animal hospital, call us today at 703-978-8655.
When you arrive for your appointment, please call our office at 703-978-8655. At this time, we require anyone visiting the office to be fully vaccinated and properly wear a mask. Additionally, we ask that only one person accompany their pet.