Market Street Animal Clinic

Market Street Animal Clinic

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Hi MSAC! Greetings from South Carolina! Just thought I'd post this as an FYI. Our cat, Belle, recently tested positive for Lyme. We left Loudoun in 2012, so not sure if she's had it since then or picked it up here. Our vet here said she thinks it's the first case of a cat with Lyme in SC. She was in really bad shape in September...essentially lame, lethargic, head tremors. We almost put her down as we couldn't figure out what was wrong with her (stroke? brain tumor? injury? poison?). Long-story-short, I suspected Lyme and had to push them to run the test. The results surprised everyone! With treatment, she's back to almost normal now (she still has problems jumping). So I'm wondering...have you seen Lyme in cats there?
Is this safe to use on dogs? https://www.vitalityextracts.com/products/peaceful-pup-roll-on. Our dog has travel anxiety and we’ve tried Xanax but it didn’t seem to do much for him. Thanks
Love to play snuggle too
Jacob is a blessing
My Sir Jacob is a sweet boy
Blackjack is doing great! Check out that appetite!
Dr Katie taking good care of our Snickerdoodle.
Thank you for working so hard to get Nugget's ears better! You all are the best!
Congratulations! Market Street Animal Clinic has been nominated for the 2017 Fans’ Choice Awards for "Pet Services" and the winners will be based on the no. of positive reviews received to the Fans’ Choice page. Show your support by posting a review on Fans’ Choice page below: http://www.fanschoice.org/stars/market-street-animal-clinic/
My boys, born 4 years ago today. I became their Mommy when they were 8 hrs old. With the help of Dr Katie and staff, alot of sleepless days and nights my boys are doing well. This is Diesel and Sampson.

Market Street Animal Clinic has been a landmark in historic downtown Leesburg, Virginia for over 30 years. Our two doctors and caring staff make you and your pets "feel right at home" in a calm and relaxed environment.

Veterinary Hospital

Market Street Animal Clinic is located in Leesburg Virginia. We are a veterinary pet hospital that creates a nurturing environment tempered with modeled medical care. Dr. Katie and our highly trained team provide gentle and loving care for your dog or cat. Located in a sunny yellow house in historic down town. Our patients and families will feel at home the minute you pull into our driveway. Voted “Best Vet in Loudoun County” by Leesburg Today!Market Street Animal Clinic offers a variety of veterinary services including: Exams We provide comprehensive routine wellness physical examinations as well as exams for sick or injured pets. Exams are essential, not only to care for our pets when they are ill but also to maintain good health and longevity. Prior to your appointment, we recommend that you jot down any concerns or questions that you may have so that they are addressed at the time of the appointment. During your visit, a “tip of the nose” to “tip of the tail” exam is performed and recorded in your pet’s medical record. If we identify any abnormalities, we will recommend the best course of treatment and/or monitoring for each condition. Prior to your appointment, we recommend that you jot down any concerns or questions that you may have so that they are addressed at the time of the appointment. Vaccinations Vaccinations are important to the care and health of your cat or dog. Our goal is to ensure that your pet is protected, not to over-vaccinate. Recommendations for vaccinations are made based on the lifestyle of you and your pet. Preventative Care – Heartworm Prevention, Flea and Tick Prevention and Parasite Control Heartworm disease is extremely dangerous and preventable! Flea and tick prevention – Prevention is the key! Parasite Control – Even if your pet is not showing signs of intestinal parasites, a fecal examination is recommended yearly. Many intestinal parasites can be transmitted to people. . We make our recommendations on parasite control based on the advice of the Center for Disease Control. We do carry Preventatives in our office and with our on line pharmacy. Certain Heartworm and Flea and Tick Prevention is only available through prescription or a veterinarian. This is the only way the developing manufacturer will guarantee the safety and efficacy of their product. Other Services offered include: *Senior Pet Care *Complete in-House Laboratory and Pharmacy *Radiology *General Surgery *Dentistry and Digital Dental X-Ray *Glaucoma Screening *Blood Pressure Testing *ECG (Electrocardiogram of the heart) and Pulse Oximetry *Hospitalization *Oxygen Support *Pain Management *Prescription Diets (Science Diet, CNM, Royal Canin

Curbside Service Works for Tucker!
Market Street Animal Clinic will be continuing car to clinic service .While Virginia enters "phase I" planning and execution Market Street Animal Clinic will continue to be diligent with the health of our team and our patient’s and their families.
Beginning the first week of June we will be open
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8-5
(Doctor hours 9-5)
Tuesday /Thursday 8-7 (Doctor hours 9-7)
Saturday 8-2 Doctor hours 9-2
Just call when you arrive:)

Wednesdays are so hard.

Market Street Animal Clinic will be closed tomorrow
Monday, May 25. We will return to the office 8am-5pm Tuesday, May 26th

Have you ever asked the question, does my dog need sunscreen?
Does your dog:
1. Spend a lot of time outdoors in the sun?
2. Have a pink or light colored nose?
3. Have thin or a light coat, especially on its belly?
4. Was recently groomed or shaved for a medical procedure?
Then your dog may need SUNSCREEN.
There is one sunscreen that is FDA approved for dogs called Epi-Pet.
https://www.amazon.com/Epi-Pet-Sun-Protector-Spray-Pets/dp/B002AI39QW
If you are unable to get this then a sunscreen safe for infants can be used. Just make sure that there is no zinc or salicylates as these can be toxic to pets!
There are also sun shirts available for dogs.
https://www.amazon.com/PlayaPup-Shirt-Flaming-Blue-X-Small/dp/B07D44C21J
**Sunscreen should not be applied to sutures but around an incision is okay.

Market Street Animal Clinic's cover photo

BFFs Forever❤️

Everybody Loves the Window Seat...

What a good pup❤️

Happy Mother's Day Leesburg!

Market Street Animal Clinic will return to scheduling elective procedures and "routine" appointments on Monday, May 4th.
We want to move forward with the best interests of our team, our patients and their families in mind.❤️
For now we will continue to operate with the current hours
Monday-Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-2
We will continue to operate bringing patients in to the office and having pet-parents wait in their vehicles.
We will notify you as we update these changes.

Keep the peanut butter coming...

Welcome Hudson❤️

Happy Easter Leesburg! Hope everyone has a safe and blessed holiday!

Is your kitty looking for something to do while your home?
1- You can try a Puzzle Feeder
2- If your house has stairs put your kitty's food or treats on the steps
3- Laser Pointer
4- Cut holes in a pizza box or... any box and put your kitty's favorite treats inside
5- Typically Cats love bags- Paper bags,any hidey place really:)

Many of you may have heard that there has been a Tiger residing in the Bronx Zoo that has tested positive for COVID-19…
To date four household pets have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 - two dogs in Hong Kong, a Cat in Hong Kong, and a Cat in Belgium.
Each of these animals’ owners had COVID-19. Although the animals apparently picked up viral particles shed by their human companions, none of the Hong Kong pets showed signs of illness consistent with COVID-19. The Belgian cat, however, did become sick, showing signs about a week after its owner became ill.
These occurrences do raise the question - Can our pets become part of the COVID-19 transmission chain.
Veterinarians and other health experts say there is no cause for owners to abandon their animals for fear of catching the disease — if anything, it's the pets that should be kicking us out.
There is no evidence that pets can transmit the virus back to people. "I think it's far more likely that they'll get it from the person that's shedding large amounts of virus, rather than the other way around," said Dr. Melissa Kennedy, a virologist at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.
Medical experts say the real threat lies in human-to-human transmission. While some pet species may be able to pick up infections, that doesn't mean they play a role in spreading the virus. Still, research is ongoing, and owners should include their pets when practicing COVID-19 precautions.
• If you are not ill with COVID-19, you can interact with your pet as you normally would, including walking, feeding, and playing. You should continue to practice good hygiene during those interactions (e.g., wash hands before and after interacting with your pet; ensure your pet is kept well-groomed; regularly clean your pet’s food and water bowls, bedding material, and toys).
• Out of an abundance of caution, it is recommended that those ill with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus. Have another member of your household take care of walking, feeding, and playing with your pet. If you have a service animal or you must care for your pet, then wear a facemask; don’t share food, kiss, or hug them; and wash your hands before and after any contact with them.
• As always, careful handwashing and other infection control practices can greatly reduce the chance of spreading any disease. The National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians’ (NASPHV) compendium of standard precautions is a good reference for appropriate infection control in veterinary practices
Market Street Animal Clinic will continue to provide services following every health precaution recommendation. Please feel free to call or email with any questions.
Dr. Katie Kuchinsky and Market Street Family
(Information provided by Melissa Kennedy Virologist University of Tennessee, Veterinary Medicine and AVMA)

Looking for Puppy Recipes ...
Make Pupsicles!
1) Low Sodium Chicken, Veggie or Beef Broth
2) Size Appropriate Carrots
3) Freeze Broth into Pupappropriate shape for your dog using Carrot for Popsicle stick and Voila!

Looking for Ideas to Keep your PuppyDog entertained while you are home...

1-Treasure Hunt
Hide treats around your home to set your dog off on a tail wagging adventure. Your dog will put his nose to work to find the hidden treasures. You can determine how easy or difficult you want the game to be depending on where you decide to hide them. (Remember to adjust meals accordingly for extra treats!)

2-Kong Balls
These are great for hiding treats and keeping dogs busy. The toy’s opening is small enough to provide dogs with a challenge but also big enough for a treat to fall out before your dog becomes frustrated.

3-Puzzle Feeders
Even though your dog may figure it out in a few minutes, interactive dog feeders and puzzles are a great way to keep your puppy stimulated and occupied.

4-Ole Dogs Can Learn New Tricks!
Treats and Snuggles! Positive Reinforcements High Praise are all good teachers! Start by Practicing the tricks that your dog knows, and then teach them some new ones! You will both feel Pawsome!

Don’t have A treat puzzle?? You Can Make One:) Use PVC pipe. Entertain your pup for hours

Market Street Animal Clinic continues our diligence in keeping our team healthy🦹‍♂️We are monitoring our movements and our own health. We want to assure you that we are doing our very best to protect each other, our families and you and your family🥰

We remain open to care for your pets as an essential business in Virginia. We are making the following adjustments to do our part in the fight against Covid-19:

**We are limiting patient care to sick or injured animals and emergencies at this time. If you are unsure if your pet should be seen please call us to discuss.
**We are offering Telemedicine appointments using Facetime or Zoom. If you or a family member is ill or you do not want to venture out then we may be able to help in the comfort of your own home. Please call to schedule a time that will work for you and the Doctor.
**We are temporarily adjusting our hours. We will be open from 8am-5pm Monday through Friday and 8am-2pm on Saturday.
**We are continuing Curbside Service but our staff will be wearing more personal protective equipment (PPE) when meeting you and your pet. This is for your protection and ours.

We appreciate your understanding and support during these unprecedented times. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you regularly on any changes that may be needed. We will get through this together.

Dr. Katie

We still got spirit yes we do...

Due to the increasing concerns about the novel Coronavirus and related disease (COVID-19), We are implementing additional precautionary measures within the hospital to keep our staff, doctors, animals, clients, and visitors safe, while continuing to provide essential patient care.

• If you would like to pick up food or medications, please call us from your mobile phone and a team member will deliver the products to your vehicle in our parking lot.
• We are seeing appointments:) please call us from your mobile phone and a team member will take your pet’s medical history and then meet you at your vehicle in our parking lot for a curbside pet pick up.
• Other Options…If your pet has been seen within the last 6-12 months for certain concerns, and consultations we can offer video consults. Appointments for these consults can be made by phone or email.
• Care Credit and Credit Cards are preferred so that we can process payments by phone. We will accept cash and checks if needed.

* Visit our online store for refills delivered right to you!

Can you guess my breed?
Market Street is so happy to be a part of this special guys life🥰 We love you Atlas

At Market Street Animal Clinic--We see fleas and ticks every day from 20 degree weather to sunny days! They are out there all year round. This is one of our recent "hitchikers"...

Market Street Animal Clinic's cover photo

Future veterinarian?!
What do your children aspire to be?

Happy Friday Leesburg!

Jaeger in his Sunday Best for his visit to see Dr. Katie🥰
Sooo handsome!

The headlines about the coronavirus outbreak are terrifying: thousands of people are sick. Face masks are out of stock. Quarantine orders are causing panic.

The World Health Organization (WHO) just declared a public health emergency.

Then there’s chilling news the virus can spread from animals to humans.

If you’re panicking, pondering, “Is my dog at risk of getting it? Am I at risk of getting it from my pooch? Isn’t there a canine coronavirus?”

Take a deep breath. Here’s what you need to know.
What you need to know about Coronaviruses

Scientists have identified hundreds of different coronavirus strains that can infect people and animals.

“We do not know why some of these strains can jump from animals to humans and then go from human to human,” says physician Eric Mizuno.

Some strains are the culprits behind the common cold; other strains cause serious illnesses, like SARS and MERS.

They’re all called corona because of the shape of the virus.

“If you look at the virus under an electron microscope, they have spikes that look like a crown. Corona means crown,” says Veterinarian Lori Teller, with the American Veterinary Medical Association.

This new strain is called novel coronavirus. “Novel, because it is new and not so much is known yet. A lot of work is underway to find out,” says Veterinarian Felix Toka.
Is my dog at risk of getting this newly identified coronavirus?

Experts say no.

Where's Charlotte?

Market Street Animal Clinic Welcomes Sadie❤️🥰
Can you guess her breed???

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Dogs are the best people on Twitter

Sled Dogs...

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Worried about what's really in your pet's kisses...
Market Street Animal Clinic is happy to talk with you about Dental Care. Call to schedule a Dental Screening.
We can help bring you back closer together🥰

Is it True that Grapes and Raisins can be Dangerous to your Pup? Yes Yes Yes!
The thing is we can not tell you if it is true for your dog and how much it would take...😒
We do not know specifically what causes the toxicity and very small amounts as little as 0.3 ounces of grapes per pound of body weight, and for raisins 0.05 ounces per pound. And, Remember! a smaller amount could cause other problems!
Not every dog is susceptible. If you see that your dog has eaten grapes or raisins immediate action is needed. Call or Go to get medical treatment right away.

Happy Birthday Olivia❤️We Love You!

Happy Anniversary Bart!
We would not exchange you for the world!❤️

Our Story

Market Street Animal Clinic is located in Leesburg Virginia. We are a veterinary pet hospital that creates a nurturing environment tempered with modeled medical care. Dr. Katie and our highly trained team provide gentle and loving care for your dog or cat. Located in a sunny yellow house in historic down town. Our patients and families will feel at home the minute you pull into our driveway. Voted “Best Vet in Loudoun County” by Leesburg Today!Market Street Animal Clinic offers a variety of veterinary services including: Exams We provide comprehensive routine wellness physical examinations as well as exams for sick or injured pets. Exams are essential, not only to care for our pets when they are ill but also to maintain good health and longevity. Prior to your appointment, we recommend that you jot down any concerns or questions that you may have so that they are addressed at the time of the appointment. During your visit, a “tip of the nose” to “tip of the tail” exam is performed and recorded in your pet’s medical record. If we identify any abnormalities, we will recommend the best course of treatment and/or monitoring for each condition. Prior to your appointment, we recommend that you jot down any concerns or questions that you may have so that they are addressed at the time of the appointment. Vaccinations Vaccinations are important to the care and health of your cat or dog. Our goal is to ensure that your pet is protected, not to over-vaccinate. Recommendations for vaccinations are made based on the lifestyle of you and your pet. Preventative Care – Heartworm Prevention, Flea and Tick Prevention and Parasite Control Heartworm disease is extremely dangerous and preventable! Flea and tick prevention – Prevention is the key! Parasite Control – Even if your pet is not showing signs of intestinal parasites, a fecal examination is recommended yearly. Many intestinal parasites can be transmitted to people. . We make our recommendations on parasite control based on the advice of the Center for Disease Control. We do carry Preventatives in our office and with our on line pharmacy. Certain Heartworm and Flea and Tick Prevention is only available through prescription or a veterinarian. This is the only way the developing manufacturer will guarantee the safety and efficacy of their product. Other Services offered include: *Senior Pet Care

*Accupuncture /Herbal Medicine *Complete in-House Laboratory and Pharmacy *Radiology *General Surgery *Dentistry and Digital Dental X-Ray *Glaucoma Screening *Blood Pressure Testing *ECG (Electrocardiogram of the heart) and Pulse Oximetry *Hospitalization *Oxygen Support *Pain Management *Prescription Diets

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210 E Market St
Leesburg, VA
20176

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 19:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 08:00 - 14:00
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