Loudoun Valley Animal Hospital

At Loudoun Valley Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

If you live in Ashburn or the surrounding area in VA, then you have picked the perfect site to find a veterinarian. Dr. Rupinderjit Singh is a licensed veterinarian, treating dogs and cats working in the Ashburn area for the last 8 years. Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.

[03/20/18]   Due to the upcoming snow storm we will be closed on Wednesday March 21st, 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please keep your pets warm and stay safe during this storm.

Stay safe,
The Staff at LVAH

*For emergencies please call (703) 777-5755 or visit any emergency vet clinic.

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11 Cat Breeds You've Probably Never Heard Of

Expand your feline knowledge and meet these 11 rare or lesser-known cat breeds. Which of these breeds do you like most?

www.vetstreet.com Whether you're looking to bring home a new kitty or you want to impress your friends with your superior feline knowledge, here are 11 rare or lesser-known cat breeds you should know about. Check out our photo gallery.

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Advice for Living With a Blind Dog

If your dog loses his vision, either gradually or overnight, there are several things you can do to help him. Learn more about living with a blind dog.

www.vetstreet.com If your dog loses his vision, either gradually or overnight, there are several things you can do to help him. Learn more about living with a blind dog.

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Fireplace Safety: Help Keep Pets Safe This Winter With These Simple Tips

Enjoy sitting next to a roaring fireplace? Before you light up, make sure you know how to keep your pets safe.

www.vetstreet.com Fireplaces and wood stoves can be dangerous for cats and dogs. We have tips on keeping pets safe from flames.

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Long-Haired Cats: What to Know Before You Bring One Home

Owning a cat with a long, luxurious coat is certainly appealing, but they do require proper grooming.

www.vetstreet.com Owning a cat with a long, luxurious coat is certainly appealing - that is if you're prepared for the grooming that comes with living with a long-haired cat.

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Help! My Dog Hates Riding in the Car. What Can I Do?

Is your dog not one for car rides? Use these tactics to teach your dog to relax and actually enjoy riding in the car.

www.vetstreet.com While some dogs are tail-wagging happy to ride in the car, others may become physically ill during a trip. Here are practical solutions to common car trip woes.

Happy Early Winter!

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Is Being Better at Relationships a Benefit of Owning a Dog or Cat?

Is it possible that the relationship we share with pets can improve our relationships with other people?

www.vetstreet.com Vetstreet looks at recent research to see if owning a dog, cat or other pet improves how we connect with people.

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10 Ways to Manage Cat Separation Anxiety

Did you know cats can experience separation anxiety? Here are ways to recognize and manage your cat’s stress when you’re away.

www.vetstreet.com Does your favorite feline get stressed when you are away? We offer specific ways to ease to your cat's separation anxiety.

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Dog Halloween Costumes: 7 Things To Think About Before Dressing Up Your Pet

It’s Halloween season, be sure to read these tips to help ensure your pet’s safety and comfort so the experience is a treat for all!

www.vetstreet.com We share ways to make dressing up your dog - and even your cat - a treat. And t you when you should avoid a costume entirely.

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Adopt a Shelter Dog Month: 7 Things to Know About Pet Adoption

Thinking about adopting a new best friend? Here are some things you should know.

www.vetstreet.com October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, so we're sharing facts you should know about adopting a rescue or shelter pet. Check out our photo gallery here.

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Teach Your Cat to Enjoy Being Handled

It's important your cat learn to be relaxed when being petted, carried and given medication. Here's how to teach your cat to enjoy being handled.

www.vetstreet.com It's important your cat learn to be relaxed when being petted, carried and given medication. Here's how to teach your cat to enjoy being handled.

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Video: Why Does My Dog Cock Her Head?

Does your dog do this? Here are some possible reasons for it.

www.vetstreet.com Does your dog cock her head? It's adorable - and we explain what this dog behavior really means in our video.

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Detecting Melanoma in Dogs and Cats

Melanomas in pets can be found on the skin, eyes, nails and even in the mouth. Here are some signs of melanoma in dogs and cats to look for.

www.vetstreet.com Melanomas in pets can be found on the skin, eyes, nails and even in the mouth. We describe the symptoms of melanoma in dogs and cats to look for.

[10/19/17]   Missing pet .. Name: Kona Last Seen: 10/18/17 at 5:00 pm near Old Ryan Road Ashburn VA Breed: Pomeranian Color: Tan Neutered: Yes Weight: 8 pounds Gender: Male DOB: 9-15-15 (2 years old) Microchiped Please call at 571 442 8767

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11 Cat Breeds You've Probably Never Heard Of

Expand your feline knowledge and meet these 11 rare or lesser-known cat breeds. Which of these breeds do you like most?

www.vetstreet.com Whether you're looking to bring home a new kitty or you want to impress your friends with your superior feline knowledge, here are 11 rare or lesser-known cat breeds you should know about. Check out our photo gallery.

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Advice for Living With a Blind Dog

If your dog loses his vision, either gradually or overnight, there are several things you can do to help him. Learn more about living with a blind dog.

www.vetstreet.com If your dog loses his vision, either gradually or overnight, there are several things you can do to help him. Learn more about living with a blind dog.

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Halloween Safety Tips for Pets - Funny Video

From safe dog Halloween costumes to avoiding dangerous decorations, check out our video to learn how to help reduce common Halloween risks.

www.vetstreet.com Enjoy the holiday by following a humorous, yet practical, advice on Halloween pet safety so that everyone in the family can have a happy time.

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Long-Haired Cats: What to Know Before You Bring One Home

Owning a cat with a long, luxurious coat is certainly appealing, but they do require proper grooming.

www.vetstreet.com Owning a cat with a long, luxurious coat is certainly appealing - that is if you're prepared for the grooming that comes with living with a long-haired cat.

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Help! My Dog Hates Riding in the Car. What Can I Do?

Is your dog not one for car rides? Use these tactics to teach your dog to relax and actually enjoy riding in the car.

www.vetstreet.com While some dogs are tail-wagging happy to ride in the car, others may become physically ill during a trip. Here are practical solutions to common car trip woes.

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Dog Halloween Costumes: 7 Things To Think About Before Dressing Up Your Pet

It's Halloween season, which means lots of candy, costumes and trick-or-treating! If your pet will be participating in Halloween events, be sure to read these tips to help ensure your pet's safety and comfort so the experience is a treat for all!

www.vetstreet.com Here are ways to make dressing up your dog - and even your cat - a treat.

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10 Ways to Manage Cat Separation Anxiety

Did you know cats can experience separation anxiety? Here are ways to recognize and manage your cat's stress when you're away.

www.vetstreet.com Does your favorite feline get stressed when you are away? We offer specific ways to ease to your cat's separation anxiety.

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Is Being Better at Relationships a Benefit of Owning a Dog or Cat?

Is it possible that the relationship we share with pets can improve our relationships with other people? We think so and have the research to prove it!

www.vetstreet.com Vetstreet looks at recent research to see if owning a dog, cat or other pet improves how we connect with people.

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Why Does My Dog Circle Around Before Lying Down?

We’re sure you’ve seen a dog do this — but do you know why it happens?

www.vetstreet.com Many dogs will circle around a spot before lying down to rest. A veterinary behaviorist explains this curious dog tendency.

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What's Really Going On When You Talk to Your Pet

We talk to our pets all the time. Do you?

www.vetstreet.com Do cats and dogs understand what we say to them? And are we crazy to carry on conversations with them? We spoke with experts to find out more.

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What Can You Expect During Your Cat's Senior Years?

A cat changes a lot over the course of her lifetime. Here's what to expect as yours gets older.

www.vetstreet.com As your cat gets older, you may notice changes in his behavior and health. Learn about your cat's senior years and how you can care for him as he ages.

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5 Odd Dog Behaviors and What They Mean

Does your dog shred paper? Bury things? Twitch in his sleep? We explain these strange behaviors here.

www.vetstreet.com Want to know why your dog leans on you or twitches in his sleep? We round up some expert explanations for your dog's strange behaviors. Learn more here.

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Cloudy Eyes in Cats: What to Watch For With Your Senior Pet

Learn about eye problems that can affect older cats and why your pet should be seen by a vet as soon as you notice a change.

www.vetstreet.com Eye problems can affect older cats. Your pet should be seen by a vet as soon as you notice a change.

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Pet Facts: What Are Whiskers For?

What's the Deal With... Whiskers?

www.vetstreet.com Have you ever wondered, what are whiskers for? Here's why dogs and cats have them, how they differ between species, plus other interesting facts about whiskers.

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Why Does My Dog... Pluck Food From His Bowl to Eat It in Another Spot?

If your dog does this, his evolutionary instincts might be the reason.

www.vetstreet.com After you put food in your dog's bowl, does he take a mouthful, walk across the room, drop it onto your carpet and then munch away? Here's what may be going on, and how you can curb the curious behavior.

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5 Odd Cat Behaviors Explained

Many of these behaviors are actually totally normal.

www.vetstreet.com Cats can exhibit some strange behaviors - but many of them are totally normal. Learn why your cat might pounce on you, hate water and slowly blink at you.

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Understanding Anxiety in Pets

Many pet owners think destructiveness is a training issue, but anxiety can be the cause. Here's what to do.

www.vetstreet.com Whether your dog or cat is scared of thunderstorms or of strangers, there are plenty of ways you can help reduce his fear and anxiety. Learn more here.

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Tips to Help You Manage Dog Shedding Season

If you have a dog who sheds a lot, read these tips on managing the mess.

www.vetstreet.com Think dogs only blow coat in the spring? Think again. These tips and tricks will help you survive the fall dog shedding season.

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Don't Fall for These 4 Myths About Older Pets

Want your senior pet to be healthy and happy in his golden years? Don’t fall for these myths.

www.vetstreet.com Here's what you need to know about caring for your older pet and catching ailments as early as possible.

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Life Lessons Kids Learn From Having Pets

Pets can teach kids some important things.

www.vetstreet.com Learn how dogs and cats can teach kids about responsibility, leadership skills and more. Plus, find out how to teach your child to safely interact with a pet.

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Why Does My Dog... Lean on Me?

Is your dog a leaner?

www.vetstreet.com It's not just leaning. It's also standing on your feet, hugging your legs during a walk, and sleeping with the maximum amount of shared surface area in contact. Here's what's going on.

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Why Doesn't My Cat Jump Anymore?

If your cat isn't leaping onto furniture and counters like he used to, then a visit to the vet might be in order.

www.vetstreet.com Have a cat who used to jump but has ceased the behavior? Here are some explanations for why a cat might not jump anymore and why a visit to the vet could be in order.

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Have Multiple Pets? 6 Tips to Help Make Feeding Time Easier

Anyone who feeds multiple pets every day knows the struggle is real! We’re here to help.

www.vetstreet.com If you have more than one dog or cat, feeding time can be challenging. Our veterinary nutrition expert shares strategies for making mealtime simpler.

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Teach Your Dog to Take Treats and Toys Gently

Does your dog jump to grab treats out of your hand? Read on for some training tips to correct this behavior.

www.vetstreet.com Our dog training expert suggests commands and training tactics for teaching your dog to stop grabbing toys and treats from your hand and be gentle instead.

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Can an Allergic Person Live With a Cat?

Can a cat live with a person who's allergic? You might be surprised.

www.vetstreet.com Can a person with allergies share the house with a cat - and not be miserable? We say yes, if you follow a few simple tips (like bathing the kitty weekly).

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4 Odd Dog Sleeping Habits Explained

Here's why dogs do those funny things when they sleep.

www.vetstreet.com Does your dog sleep curled up in a ball or belly up? And does he ever twitch while sleeping or crawl under the covers? We decode dog sleeping habits.

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How To Give a Cat a Bath

Need to give your cat a bath? We have some tips for you.

www.vetstreet.com Our step-by-step guide to bathing and grooming your cat without getting splashed or scratched in the process.

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Preventing Zoonotic Disease: Roundworms, Hookworms and Tapeworms

Know the signs of these zoonotic diseases and the best prevention tips to protect your family.

www.vetstreet.com Understanding parasites such as roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms and how to control them is key to preventing diseases passing from cats and dogs to humans.

Our pets are tech-savvy!

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Fireworks, Thunder and More: How to Keep Your Dog Calm When It's Loud Outside

Many dogs don't react well to the loud sounds of summer. Here are some tips on keeping your pooch calm.

www.vetstreet.com Is your dog scared of fireworks, thunder, blaring music, lawn mowers or other loud noises? Our dog trainer offers some tactics to help reduce your dog's anxiety.

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