Leesburg VA Veterinarians | Ashburn VA Veterinarians
We are veterinarians serving the Leesburg and Ashburn VA area. We offer comprehensive veterinary services delivered by a highly qualified staff.
We are a small animal practice providing comprehensive veterinary care for cats, dogs, and small mammals in Leesburg VA and Ashburn VA. We offer routine services including wellness exams, vaccines, dentistry, and general surgeries as well as sick patient exams and diagnostics. We pride ourselves at Lansdowne Animal Hospital (LAH) on personalizing your pet’s visits and health-care recommendations.
Operating as usual
Do you take photos in landscape or pawtrait mode?
Cats are home's invisible soul.
Caption Competition - Post yours below! Here's our entry: Bacon! I smell Bacon!
Welcome Rocky "Chunk Star" to the LAH family. Does your pet have an adorable nick name?
Tell us if your cat ever needed to serve a time out and why?!
Spring is coming!! Are you ready?
Spring is coming which means tick season is here too!. Ticks are dormant at 35 degrees F. They aren't killed by the cold unless it is under 14 degrees F. Ticks become active again when temperatures exceed 45 degrees F for a couple of days. Ticks can carry a variety of diseases such as Lyme, Ehrlichia, Anaplasmosis and many others. We have two excellent products available for tick control. Let us know if you have questions. Have you seen any ticks out yet?
Your dog did WHAT? Share a crazy story about your pup in the comments below. We can't wait to hear your stories. #crazydog
Does your cat like to hide and then attack?
Welcome to the LAH family Nezuko! Does your pet have an interesting name?
Some of our LAH patients have good patience. 😁 Shiloh hangs out on the couch waiting for mom to check out from her appointment earlier this week.
"I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior." - Hippolyte Taine
Did you guess it? Yesterdays photo contained yeast! Some signs of an ear infection:
Brown, yellow, or bloody discharge
Redness or swelling
Crusted skin on the ear flap
Loss of hair around the ear
Head shaking or tilting
Loss of balance
Loss of hearing
If your pet is experiencing any of these signs call for an appointment.
Ear cytologies: Why do we do it? If your pet has an ear infection we can look under the microscope to tell you immediately if it is bacterial, fungal or a combination of both. This allows Dr. G to select the best medicine for your pet. Do you know whats in this picture? Check back tomorrow for the answer!
Welcome to the clinic Diamond & Misha. Diamond is a mixed Himalayan. Misha is a Daschshund.
It's #NationalDogBiscuitAppreciationDay! Surprise Fido with a treat today.
We are so excited to welcome and announce Dr. G has a new addition to her family. Meet Juno!
Happy #LoveYourPetDay! How do you plan to celebrate?
Adorable roundup of new faces at LAH! We couldn't get enough of Percy, Neptune, Manny, and Toby 😍
Caption Competition - Post yours below! Here's our entry: Helping with homework is exhausting!
Welcome to the LAH family Duke!
Their wide field of vision and movement detection abilities make them such proficient hunters. It turns out cats have a blind spot located right under their chin. So, if your cat can't see things right under their noses, now you know why!
Is your pet microchipped? A microchip won't track your pet like a GPS but it will allow for the ability to reconnect if your pet is lost. This is an important tool in keeping your pet safe. Call us today if your pet is not microchipped or if you need help finding out if they are.
Happy Valentine's Day! Will your furry friend get a pet friendly treat today? #valentinesday
Happy pet visits to round out the week. Welcome Mochi, Panchito, and Cookie! If you notice Mochi has Heterochromia a variation in the iris color.
When cats aren't sleeping, they love to play. Comment below if your cat has a favorite toy.
Did you know cats have 30 adult teeth! Regular dental care is important for our feline friends. By age 3 years 70% of cats have some form of dental disease.
Welcome Chloe and her family to the LAH family!
The exact number depends on the breed. This is why they're able to rotate, tilt, raise or lower their ears. They can also move each ear independently.
Welcome to the LAH family Penny!
Ready for a productive week?
February is Pet Dental Month! Do you brush your pet's teeth? Brushing is a trainable activity and will help keep your pet healthy in the long run. Brushing should be done daily.
We are a small animal practice providing comprehensive veterinary care for cats, dogs, and small mammals in Leesburg VA and Ashburn VA. We offer routine services including wellness exams, vaccines, dentistry, and general surgeries as well as sick patient exams and diagnostics.
We pride ourselves at Lansdowne Animal Hospital (LAH) on personalizing your pet’s visits and health-care recommendations. Dr. Godlewski, owner of LAH, earned her degree from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Originally from New York, she has lived and practiced in the Northern Virginia area for the last 12 years. One of the benefits of being a small practice is our ability to provide consistency of care and bonding between veterinarian and pet. Each pet is treated as an individual and as such vaccine and treatment plans are tailored to their own individual needs. Our goal is to educate the pet owner and communicate all available options so that together we can become effective partners in your pet’s healthcare.
We have a dedicated surgical suite with the safest anesthetic protocols including laser surgery and multi-parameter anesthetic monitoring equipment as well as in-house laboratory and x-ray capabilities. We also provide full-service dental cleanings with home care fully explained after all surgical and medical procedures. You have a partner in Lansdowne Animal Hospital!
Monday-Wednesday, Friday: 8am-6pm
1st, 2nd and 3rd Saturday of the month: 8am-1pm
|Monday||8am - 6pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 6pm|
|Thursday||8am - 6pm|
|Friday||8am - 6pm|
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