In-home veterinary care
serving Ashburn

Available 8am-8pm, daily.

In-home veterinary care
serving Ashburn

Available 8am-8pm, daily.

or speak with us at (833) 228-8122

Vet care is better at home.

(And that’s why we come directly to your pets.)

Convenience &
Comfort Matter.

Vetted ensures you spend your precious time with your furry friend. No more twiddling your paws at the clinic.

Less Stress, More
Accurate Diagnoses.

Stress from a trip to the clinic compromises your BFF’s most vital readings. So we come to you!

Straightforward Care,
From the Best Local Vets.

Our expert staff and clear pricing make it easy to know what you're paying for, why it's important, and how it will help.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Vaccinations

Newborn kittens and puppies, as well as all pets generally, require a number of vaccinations on specific schedules to protect them against life-threatening and untreatable conditions.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Diet and nutrition

As in humans, obesity is a very common disorder in pets. While there are various risk factors like breed and life stage that are out of your hands, Vetted vets can provide you with the appropriate tools and support when dealing with the challenges of managing your pet’s weight.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Behavioral consultations

Is your pet acting strange? Aggressive or anxious? Our Vetted vets can perform a thorough behavioral consultation to establish a treatment plan.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Dog school referral

We work with the best trainers in the country and can refer you to one that best suits the needs and goals of you and your pet.

Puppy & Kitten Care

Spay and neuter

You can spay or neuter cats and dogs. These are the common terms used to describe the surgical procedure that removes the reproductive organs of female and male pets, respectively, in order to sterilize a cat or dog.

Preventive & Wellness Care

Acupuncture

Veterinary acupuncture stimulates the release of the body’s own pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory substances.

Preventive & Wellness Care

Vaccinations

All cats and dogs require a number of vaccinations on specific schedules to protect them against life-threatening and untreatable conditions.

Preventive & Wellness Care

Nail clipping

Unlike humans, most dogs, if not all, can’t stand the mani/pedi experience. They find it too stressful, even though when done properly, it’s completely painless. Learn what you can do to make the experience less stressful on your dog going forward.

Preventive & Wellness Care

Nutrition consultations

As in humans, obesity is a very common disorder in pets. While there are various risk factors like breed and life stage that are out of your hands, Vetted vets can provide you with the appropriate tools and support when dealing with the challenges of managing your pet’s weight.

Preventive & Wellness Care

Ear infections

Otitis Externa – Vetted vets can help diagnose and treat your pet’s ear infections. If your pet consistently scratches in or around his/her ear, take note. Other symptoms include a foul odor, colored discharge, redness, swelling, crusting/scabbing or hair loss around the ear.

Preventive & Wellness Care

Dermatological issues

Vetted vets can help diagnose and treat rashes and hot spots. A rash, often called dermatitis, is an area of irritated, inflamed skin that is sometimes red, itchy, and can be painful for your pet. Hot spots, or moist dermatitis, can often appear red, moist and oozing. Hair loss may also be seen and often an odor will present. Fear not, pet rashes are not contagious to humans.

Urgent Care

Bandaging

Bandages are mainly used to protect a wound, incision, or injury while it is healing. A bandage protects the wound surface from contamination with dirt or debris from the environment. It may be used to cover a layer of topical medication that was applied to the wound, preventing the medication from being rubbed or licked off.

Urgent Care

Mild allergic reactions

Like humans, cats and dogs can suffer from allergies as well that may be more pronounced depending on the season, weather or diet. Food allergy is one of the five most common allergies known to affect dogs.

Urgent Care

Simple wounds

One of the most common reasons dogs or cats see their veterinarians for emergency appointments is because of a simple wound or bite wound. The bite wound may have been caused by another family pet or by a fight with a strange or unfamiliar animal. Depending on the size of the animal inflicting the wound, they may be life threatening and require immediate veterinary attention.

Urgent Care

Muscle and joint injuries

Many pets exhibit signs of muscle and joint injury over the course of their lives. Whether young or old, there are key symptoms that should alert you. Contact a veterinarian if you see any signs of swelling, morning stiffness, favoring of one side over the other, muscle fatigue or lameness and limping.

Urgent Care

Urinary tract infections

Urinary Tract Infections are surprisingly frequent and normal in pets. Some early symptoms include persistent and spotty urination or irritated genitals. UTIs are common in dogs, and are more frequent in older dogs ages 7 and up.

Urgent Care

Hot spots

Hot spots are small areas that appear red, irritated, and inflamed. Our Vetted vets can help diagnose and treat these areas of your irritation, so you and your pet never miss a step.

Urgent Care

Vomiting

Vetted vets can help diagnose and treat vomiting. Nausea and vomiting in your pet are very easy to recognize. Many times vomiting is preceded by excessive mouth licking or salivation. Stomach contractions, heaving, and gagging can also commonly occur.

Chronic Disease Management

Kidney disease

Kidney Disease can present itself in a variety of ways. Typical signs include urinary incontinence (leakage), dehydration, lethargy, reduced appetite, vomiting, weight loss, bad breath with a chemical odor or oral ulcers.

Chronic Disease Management

Anal sac disease

Anal sac disease is very common in dogs. The sacs frequently become impacted, usually due to inflammation of the ducts. The secretion within the impacted sacs will thicken and the sacs will become swollen and distended. Common signs of the need for an anal gland expression is a dog scooting his bottom along the ground. If you notice this, reach out to your trusted Vetted vets for easy treatment.

Chronic Disease Management

Bladder infections

Frequent squatting or straining without a lot of results is the biggest sign a pet has a bladder infection. Urine might also be cloudy or tinged with blood. Our Vetted vets can make quick work of treating these issues.

Chronic Disease Management

Pancreatic disease

Pancreatic diseases are broadly classified into diseases related to the digestive functions of the pancreas, and diseases related to the control of blood glucose.

Chronic Disease Management

Asthma

Asthma is a condition in which a dog or cat (more often a cat) has repeated episodes of coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing. The condition is more prevalent in pets with flat faces (brachycephalic breeds).

Chronic Disease Management

Arthritis

Arthritis is a complex condition involving inflammation and degeneration of one or more joints. Dogs and cats with arthritis experience pain and inflammation in various joints that interfere with the activities of daily living.

Chronic Disease Management

Addison's

Clinical signs of Addison's disease are usually vague and non-specific. Pets suffering from Addison’s disease may show symptoms of lethargy, diarrhea, vomiting, increased thirst, increased urination, and unplanned weight loss. Intermittent shaking episodes are sometimes seen. The symptoms may grow and wane.

Chronic Disease Management

Hypothyroid

Hypothyroid is when the immune system decides that the thyroid is abnormal or foreign and attacks it. It is still unclear to veterinarians why this occurs in the first place. Hypothyroidism can be treated but not cured.

Chronic Disease Management

Immune disorders

In rare cases, skin lesions or infections that won’t heal indicate an immune disorder in your pet. These disorders can be fatal if untreated, so make sure to contact your Vetted vet if your pet isn’t healing.

Chronic Disease Management

Diabetes

Like humans, cats and dogs are also susceptible to diabetes. Animal diabetes is diagnosed by the presence of the typical clinical signs which are: Excessive thirst, urination, appetite, weight loss, a persistently high level of glucose in the blood, and the presence of glucose in the urine.

Chronic Disease Management

IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a chronic disease of the intestinal tract. Occasionally, the stomach may be involved. Most pets with IBD have a history of recurrent or chronic vomiting or diarrhea. During periods of vomiting or diarrhea, your pet may lose weight, but is normal otherwise.

Chronic Disease Management

Liver disease

Liver disease is one of the most challenging groups of conditions to treat and manage. The various conditions that can result in liver disease and damage include abnormal circulation, cancer, chronic hepatitis, and secondary damage from disease, drugs, or toxins.

Geriatrics

Chronic pain

When the source of pain cannot be eliminated, effective pain relief management with the proper medications can quite literally be a life-saver for your pet.

Geriatrics

Palliative care

Palliative care is an option if your pet is suffering from a terminal illness and a cure is not possible. The goal is to make a pet's final days or weeks more pleasant with the proper use of pain medications, dietary strategies and human interaction.

Geriatrics

Arthritis

Arthritis is a complex condition involving inflammation and degeneration of one or more joints. Dogs and cats with arthritis experience pain and inflammation in various joints that interfere with the activities of daily living.

Geriatrics

Hind-limb lameness

The most common cause of lameness is trauma or injury to joints, ligaments, tendons, muscle or bone. Other causes of lameness include developmental diseases in young animals, degenerative joint disease in older pets, immune-mediated joint disease, infectious joint diseases, neurological disorders, and cancer of the bones or joints.

Geriatrics

Acupuncture

Veterinary acupuncture stimulates the release of the body’s own pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory substances.

Travel

Domestic and international travel certificates

Whether you’re traveling domestically or internationally, a travel certificate is required in order to take your pet along with you. Travel certificates can not be issued without a veterinarian’s consent.

Why Vetted?

No matter how you look at it, Vetted is better by every measure.

Vetted

Traditional Vet

Wait time at clinic

0 Min

Way too long

Appointment time

30 Min

15-20 Min

Stress level

Zero-low

Minimum to none

Off the charts

Car rides and waiting rooms make for a very ruff day and a super stressed pet.

Extended hours

Of course!

Of course! We open earlier and close later to accommodate all pet owners’ schedules.

Not a chance

You’ll have to use a personal day

Same day bookings

Easy

Just come to the website or give us a call and choose a time that works for you.

Definitely not happening.

Convenient medication
delivery

Always

Never

No more wait times or waiting rooms. Our vets come to you!

Clear, transparent pricing. No hidden or surprise fees.

No strict appointment times. Your pet sets the pace.

Less stress on your pets = more accurate care.

Instant access to all of your pet’s records.

Flexible hours to accommodate all pet owner schedules.

Same day bookings
available.

Prescriptions conveniently delivered to your door.

Happy pet owners
choose Vetted

Don't just take our word for it; read what your neighbors are saying about Vetted.

Ready to book your visit with Vetted ?