Leesburg Vet Blog

February – the month for love!  What better way to show your furry friend how much you love them than by contributing to a clean, fresh, and healthy mouth.  Periodontal disease is...

In honor of National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day on January 22nd, we asked our clients to take a moment and think about what their furry felines would want to know regarding...

You are diligent about outfitting your dog with a collar and ID tags, and your cat remains indoors at all times – nothing to worry about then, right?  Unfortunately, accidents can...

What a topic to talk about for Valentine’s Day, huh? While the thought of heartworms isn’t very romantic, we feel it’s an important subject to discuss to help prevent this disease...

We are so excited to be celebrating National Veterinary Technician Week at LVH this week! Our entire team works hard every day to provide exceptional and compassionate care to our animal...

National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day

I’m sure many of you with cats at home know this situation all too well.  The time comes for Fluffy’s yearly or semi-annual wellness check-up.  You call the vet, schedule the...

What is pet insurance? Pet insurance is a way to plan for the unexpected. Dealing with pet accidents or illnesses are traumatic enough. Coupled with the thought of how you’re going...

Ok, be honest. How many of you have already cheated or given up on your New Year’s resolution?  Whether it be to eat healthier or exercise more, many of us don’t...

Leesburg Veterinary Hospital recognizes that our beloved pets begin to need a little extra TLC as they age.  In honor of our canine family members approaching their senior years (6-8 years...

Please meet two of our newer (and very adorable) patients- Bailey & Sisco!   Both of these dogs are rescues from the Virginia-Maryland area and have recently been diagnosed with heartworm...

  “Tshirt” was presented to Leesburg Veterinary Hospital on October 10, 2013 when he was about six weeks old.  He had been shaken by a dog and was in serious condition....