Leesburg Vet Blog

Last weekend,  LVH’s Dr. Lauren Kloer volunteered her time to help spay and neuter over 80 local cats!  The event was Loudoun County’s first community TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) clinic and brought together...

As Leesburg Today’s annual Best of Loudoun contest comes to a close, we thought we’d remind you to vote for LVH and your favorite vet with a little prose… So this...

The first week of November sure was a busy time for the doctors and staff at LVH.   On Thursday November 5th, after months of planning, the practice underwent a major IT...

It’s National Veterinary Technician Week and our technicians are sharing some of their favorite patient and pet memories from the past year.  We’re starting off with a heart-warming story from our...

Last Sunday, a group of LVH doctors, technicians, and assistants met bright and early at the hospital to spay and neuter pets up for adoption at a local rescue.  While many...

  In preparation for spring break getaways a few months ago, Dr. Kloer offered some advice to the readers of Northern Virginia Magazine on the best local sitting and boarding options...

As you may have already read on our website, LVH’s mission is to provide the best veterinary medicine and client services possible. To accomplish this goal, our staff continually strives to...

With the first two weeks of Dr. Willkom’s early puppy socialization class in the books, we’re excited to introduce you to these lovable and playful pooches.  So far, our young friends...

Leesburg Veterinary Hospital is proud to support Lyme disease awareness by taking part in the Loudoun Lyme 5K and one mile fun run.  This annual event, which raises money for the...

This blog article was originally posted last spring.  Our Licensed Veterinary Technician, Sue Perkins is taking over the class as Dr. Willkom prepares to move back to her hometown in Wisconsin. ...

The following is a piece written by our relief veterinarian, Dr. Gina Blevins.  Here, she describes the incredibly rewarding therapy animal work she does with her dog, Tex. Tex is a...