Clocktower Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Herndon, VA
Our mission at Clocktower Animal Hospital is to provide the highest quality veterinary care for our patients and personalized service for our clients. The key to achieving this mission is our focus on attracting, cultivating, and retaining an experienced and compassionate team of veterinary professionals and providing them with the resources and support they need to succeed. We are an American Animal Hospital Association accredited hospital and recognized among the finest in the industry.
At the heart of the Clocktower way is our vision: to be the best veterinary hospital in Northern Virginia, known for our exceptional standards of patient care and extraordinary client service. We are passionate about working with animals and your pets are always in the best of care with us. Our talented team of veterinarians and staff works collaboratively to serve the pets of the greater Herndon area.
We offer a wide spectrum of services from preventative vaccines to radiology and intensive care. Our progressive facility and services provide your pet companions with the latest veterinary medicine, which aids in early detection and the treatment of various diseases. In order to stay up to date with the latest discoveries, our strong team of veterinarians and staff are always searching for medications and scientific breakthroughs to provide your pets with the safest veterinary care possible.
Above all, our goal at Clocktower Animal Hospital is to serve all aspects of your pet’s veterinary care and well-being. To schedule an appointment, call us on the number listed above or request an appointment online. Also be sure to check out our online specials. Our team of trained veterinary professionals looks forward to welcoming you and your pets to our hospital family.
Canine Influenza: What You Should Know
As you may have heard, there have been reported cases of canine influenza across the US. Influenza is a highly contagious virus that spreads through direct or indirect contact between dogs. Signs are similar to the human flu, including fever, lethargy, lack of appetite and respiratory symptoms, while major complications are rare.
FYI - If your pet has previously received a canine influenza vaccine, that vaccine protects against the influenza strain H3N8, but does not protect against the new strain, H3N2. We are now carrying both vaccinations to help keep your dog(s) protected. Please note that we are not recommending all dogs receive the influenza vaccine. Those considered to be at higher risk are dogs visiting affected areas, dog shows, boarding facilities and/ or groomers.
Please call us to schedule a time to bring your dog in for the influenza vaccination(s), or if you are concerned that your pet may be infected! You can learn more about canine influenza at https://www.avma.org/KB/Resources/Reference/Pages/Canine-Influenza-Backgrounder.aspx.
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Preventive Pet Care
Monitoring your pet’s health is important. Early detection and correction of medical problems will help to ensure that your pet will love a long, healthy and active life.Learn More