Welcome

Welcome to Catlett Animal Hospital!

We are proud to bring excellent and compassionate veterinary care to Catlett and the surrounding communities! Our location at the corner of Highway 28 and Elk Run Road allows us to conveniently serve our neighbors in Catlett, Midland, Calverton, Nokesville, and Bristow!

Compassionate Large & Small Animal Veterinary Care

We offer first-rate small animal medical and surgical services, including spays & neuters, soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, dentistry, same-day laboratory processing, on-site digital x-rays, and house calls. We also offer some alternative therapies, including acupuncture and NAET®. See our services page for more information!

We are pleased to offer Large Animal & Farm Call Services as well!

We have a doctor on call for large animal 24 hours a day, and check our Emergencies page for information on local small animal emergency options.

House Calls

One of the specialties of our practice is our House Call service. Our doctors care enough about you and your animals’ comfort that we will bring our care to you when possible. House calls are available for many cases, including vaccinations, routine bloodwork, acupuncture, and euthanasia. Call us at 540-788-6094 to discuss setting up your house call!

Health Plans

NEW! We are very excited to announce we are now offering Health Plans for our services! These flat monthly fee Health Plans are budget-friendly solutions to making sure your pet gets the best available preventive care, keeping you on track with vaccinations, parasite prevention, and regular veterinary exams. The plans offer a menu of basic to upgraded care, and offer a 5% discount over regular prices for all the subscription services, as well as special Subscriber Discounts on things like heartworm and flea & tick prevention, microchipping, laser surgery, and laser therapy packages!

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PLANS, AND CALL US WITH ANY QUESTIONS!

 

Special Health Focus Months

Catlett Animal Hospital highlights important pet health concerns all year long. There’s so much to consider in protecting the total wellness of your pet that we have opted to focus on some particular concerns during certain months throughout the year. Take advantage of these special focus months to learn more, and to receive special promotions and discounts for these areas of pet wellness and preventive care! Be sure to check out our News & Specials for the latest information!

 

APRIL 2017-Parasite Prevention Month!

April is parasite prevention month! This month we are trying to raise awareness of the danger that parasites are to not only your pet but your family. Some of the parasites dogs and cats have in their bodies can be passed to humans. This is especially an issue with children who are not always good about washing their hands and older adults who have more compromised immune systems. We at Elkwood Animal Hospital are offering 10% of fecal exams, 10% of heartworm testing, and special deals (some BOGO) on flea and tick, heartworm and gutworm preventatives. These monthly preventatives are essential to protecting your pet and your family from internal parasites that can cause major health issues and, in extreme cases, death.

Click to read our most recent article on this subject: Why is Parasite Prevention Important?

Click here to see what deals we have on flea and tick, heartworm, and gutworm preventon.

 

May 2017- 10% off Wellness Bloodwork Month!

May is wellness bloodwork month. This is such an important service we offer. Wellness bloodwork will tell you about physiologic and organ issues before your pet shows signs of sickness. We have ways to detect liver, kidney, thyroid, and other diseases through abnormal blood values before your pet is showing signs that he or she is sick. With this information, we can make diet changes or start medications to help support your pet’s body. So, your pet can live happy and healthy for much longer.

Also, if the blood values are normal, it tells our veterinarians what your pet’s normal or “baseline” blood values are. This is helpful because sometimes individual animals will have “normal values” (within normal ranges on their bloodwork) when they are showing signs of illness, but the referance ranges are averages. With baseline values for bloodwork, our veterinarians can accurately assess your pet’s bloodwork by comparing the baseline values to the values we recieve when your pet is sick. Then, diagnoses can be made and abnormal values can be addressed much sooner.

To see bloodwork packages and prices please click here.

 

 A list of all our Health Focus Months can be found here!