I aspired early on in my career that I would design a building, one location, dedicated to pet's health care. It took me 20 years, but in 2015, I opened the doors to Dulles South Veterinary Center (DSVC), located on the southeast side of Loudoun County Virginia
Our talented doctors and staff, along with the best in class equipment, help us to offer almost every service your pet will need. Some of the service offerings include excellent health maintenance and disease prevention; diagnose, treat, and manage diseases; perform routine and advanced surgical procedures, including; oral, soft tissue, orthopedic, and minimally invasive laparoscopic and endoscopic procedures. To compliment all of these services, we also offer acupuncture, rehabilitation using hydrotherapy (underwater treadmill), laser therapy, hot/cold therapy, and massage and stretching techniques.
In the event that a pet needs to be seen after normal operating hours, DSVC provides urgent care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for pet emergencies, critical care, and overnight observation through Dulles South Animal Emergency & Referral. Aldie Veterinary Hospital's operating hours are from 7:30am – 7:30pm weekdays and 8:00am - 2:00pm weekends. If needed, digital radiology, ultrasound, laboratory, and our on-site pharmacy, are available to determine the best treatment recommendations for our patients.
During the design of DSVC, I tried to consider every aspect of comfort for our clients and patients. You will find soundproof quiet rooms that offer a more home-like environment for certain procedures. Many areas of the hospital are designated for a particular service or treatment, such as grooming, boarding, dentals, isolation, and intensive care. Our treatment area, the heart of the hospital, is an open concept design. This gives us the ability to keep watchful eyes and give lots of attention to our patients as they recover from a procedure or surgery.
By providing the veterinary medical, surgical, emergency and critical care services in one location, our patients receive the continuity of care he or she deserves. Our clients do not need a referral to schedule an appointment or visit for emergency services. If they already have a primary veterinarian, we partner with them to provide the services they do not offer, including emergency services.
Drew Luce, DVM