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New Clients receive 50% OFF first exam.*
*Vaccines, medications, and laboratory tests are additional.
*Limit one per household.
Sign-up using the form or call us at 703-670-6181 (Dale City) or 703-339-7725 (Gunston) to take advantage of this exclusive offer.
Dear Pet Owners,
Our mission at Noah's Ark Animal Hospitals is to provide the highest quality veterinary medicine possible at reasonable prices. We place a high priority on educating pet owners on how to provide for the well-being of their pets, and we believe that preventative care is the best way to insure good health. Involvement in our Dale City and Lorton communities is at the core of our mission, as this provides us with the opportunity to impact the human-animal bond.
Noah's Ark Animal Hospitals offer preventive and wellness care for pets, and complete medical, surgical, and dental services. We also offer TLC boarding and grooming services at both of our animal clinics.
We have two fully staffed veterinary hospitals to provide support for all your pet's needs. We have a Licensed Veterinary Technician on call until 11pm for after-hours consult in case of an emergency. Our staff regularly attends continuing education seminars to remain at the forefront of the veterinary practice.
We value the trust you have placed in us and welcome your suggestions and comments.
Dr. Terri Levinstein
Dr. Allison Mayo
Chesapeake was there for boarding. I feel better knowing that she is close to her veterinarians and the techs and staff that know her. I have always found Dale City Animal Hospital a great place to bring my pets for care and boarding.
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* By Appointment Only. Appointment hours vary. Please call us to inquire.
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