Great Falls Animal Hospital

10125 Colvin Run Road Great Falls, VA 22066


In case of an after-hours emergency please contact the following emergency hospitals:

The Life Center
165 Fort Evans Rd. NE
Leesburg VA, 20176
Phone: (703) 777-5755

VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Speicalists & Emergency Center
500 Arlington Blvd.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Phone: (703) 752-9100

The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine
140 Park Street SE
Vienna, VA 22180
Phone: (703) 281-5121



We are a progressive veterinary hospital in Great Falls, VA  with a wide range of services for your pets. We believe in quality veterinary care AND convenience. That’s why we’re determined to offer you and your pet as many services as we can. Whether it’s surgery,  grooming or even creating a  behavioral  training  plan, we offer it all. This helps create a stronger bond between us and you and your pet. Call today or use the form on the right to make an appointment today so we can tell you more about what we do!

Preventative Medicine

In order to maintain your pet’s health, we recommend annual preventative healthcare.

Lab & X-Ray Service

Our radiology department has an in-house x-ray machine which allows us to diagnose problems not found by physical exams.

Acupuncture and Holistic

Acupuncture is believed to balance the energy of the body and release any blockages, thereby assisting the body to heal disease.

Dental Hygiene Services

Oral health increases your pet’s well being, adds to longevity, and makes your pet more pleasant to be around.


The veterinarians at Great Falls Animal Hospital are skilled surgeons, capable of routine surgeries, as well as soft tissue or orthopedic procedures.

Behavioral/Training Services

Our doctors and nurses can offer insight and answers to many of your questions about your pet’s behavior.


We offer grooming services Monday through Friday.

Cat Adoption

Since it’s inception in January of 1992 the GFAH Cat Adoption program has found new homes for over 1300 cats and kittens.

Geriatric Care

As your pet ages, it is important to have checkups every 6 months.  Many conditions are more common as your pet gets older.

Home Euthanasia

Our doctors are here to help you evaluate the quality of life that your pet is experiencing and help you know when you need to make an end of life decision.

Clinical Trials

It is very rewarding to know you were involved in the process of drug approval, which can help improve the quality of life for all animals.