Anesthesia free dental cleaning

Chantilly Animal Hospital is proud to partner with Animal Dental Care Inc. to offer anesthesia-free preventive dental cleanings to our patients!

Dog with anesthesia

We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients.

Behavioral Counseling

Proper behavioral training can increase the rewarding feeling that you get from caring for a pet, and increase the happiness of your pet in your home.


Does your pet have bad breath? Bad breath isn’t just unpleasant, it can also be unhealthy.

Diagnostic Therapeutic

Our hospital is equipped to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to care for your pet’s complete health care needs.

Dietary Counseling

A good diet is as important for your pet as it is for you.Virginia Veterinary Associates will help you determine the appropriate type and amount of food to be giving your pet in order to meet its specific needs.

Emergency Care

If you need assistance outside our usual business hours, contact The Hope Advanced Veterinary Center. Learn more about their hospital here.

International Travel

All Northern Virginia Veterinary Associates hospitals are equipped to meet your pet’s international travel preparation needs.


Along with the high level of care and many services offered at our locations, we are proud to also offer state of the art laboratory services.

Permanent Identification

It is incredibly beneficial to have your pet microchipped. Learn all you need to know about permanent identification here.


Diagnostic imaging and ultrasound are used in all of our hospitals to aid in the diagnosis and continued monitoring of patients many diseases and conditions.


Northern Virginia Veterinary Associates has surgeons who are committed to adhering to only the highest surgical standards.

Spring Hazards For Your Pets

Spring is just around the corner! Even though it’s exciting to finally see color in our yards, it’s important to be aware of the potential dangers spring plants and fertilizers pose for pets. Tulips (Tulipa spp.) and hyacinth (Hyacinthus spp.) The toxic principle of these plants is very concentrated in the bulbs. When [...]

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