Deepwood Veterinary Clinic
Springtime flowers are lovely, but some are best left outside. Lilies are a prime example; learn more here.
Congratulations to Dr. Myers on his induction into the American Farrier Journal‘s Equine Veterinarian Hall of Fame! Way to go, Tookie!
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Welcome to Deepwood Veterinary Clinic!
We are proud to be one of the very few family-owned, non corporate practices remaining in Northern Virginia. Our goal is to deliver the best available veterinary medicine, and to make every client and their furry, feathered or scaled friends feel at home and comfortable when they walk through our doors. Deepwood has been a family-owned practice serving our Northern Virginia community since 1971.
Our skilled, compassionate, professional staff provide exceptional medical and surgical care, as well as complementary medical treatments including acupuncture, herbal and cold laser therapy. We strive to educate pet owners, enabling them to make informed choices regarding their pet’s health and wellness. In addition, we offer outstanding on-site boarding, grooming and dog training services. We gladly treat dogs, cats, “pocket pets,” reptiles, horses, cattle, small ruminants, pigs, camelids and birds.
While we practice quality medicine and offer “one stop shopping” for all of your pet’s needs, we never forget that there are many abandoned and homeless animals in our region that may need extra care while they wait for their forever homes. With that in mind, we strive to give back to our community by working closely with several local rescue organizations. These include Oldies But Goodies Cocker Rescue and Collie Rescue. We work with many local animal shelters, and even have our own Deepwood Animal Rescue Foundation.
All of us at Deepwood Veterinary Clinic look forward to meeting you, and to becoming your trusted source for your pet’s health and wellness needs for many years to come!
- Learning About Leptospirosis- Adapted from StopLepto.com Overview Leptospirosis is an infectious disease that causes serious illness in dogs, other animals, and people. The disease is caused by spiral-shaped bacteria called leptospires that live in water or warm, wet soil. Initial signs of leptospirosis include fever, lethargy, and lack […]
- Springtime Safety Tips- The sky is blue and the flowers are blooming – spring has arrived! With that in mind, we suggest that you take a look at these springtime safety tips, courtesy of the ASPCA: Spring has sprung, and with the change of season, our thoughts inevitably turn […]
- Boutique & Grain-Free Diets and the Risks of Heart Disease in Dogs- Excerpted from “A broken heart: Risk of heart disease in boutique or grain-free diets and exotic ingredients” by Lisa Freeman, DVM, PhD, ACVN, head of the Nutrition Department at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine (6/4/2018): Heart disease is common in our companion animals, affecting 10-15% of […]