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Welcome to Occoquan Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Woodbridge, VA
Call us at (703) 491-1400

Occoquan Animal Hospital is a family owned, full service, small animal veterinary practice serving the Woodbridge community as well as Northern Virginia and the DC area. We strive to uphold the standard of veterinary excellence while providing individualized care, meeting our clients' personal needs.

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

Dr. Lauren Santangelo| Dr. Rachel Farge | Dr. Kamran Afzal 

Dr. Stuart Morse | Dr. Ann Iseler

 Occoquan Animal Hospital | (703) 491-1400

Fax | (703) 491-1067

Email | [email protected]

14234 Jefferson Davis Highway
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191


  • "Highly Recommend! Undoubtedly the BEST Animal Hospital in Virginia."
    Susan S on Facebook
  • "Affordable, kind, efficient, gentle staff and vets. Love them!"
    Susan H on Facebook
  • "By far the best vets in the area. Very affordable. Very accurate with diagnosis and treatment for both our large dog and cats. Vets and staff are friendly. Walk in set up is great to get immediate care. Can't say enough positives about them."
    Bob M on Yelp
  • "Best Vet in NOVA"
    Kathy A on Google
  • "My pets have received very personalized care by all the veterinarians at Occoquan Animal Hospital. The staff is kind, caring, compassionate & obviously love all our furry faced friends!!"
    Barbara C on Google
  • "I have been going to this hospital for all of my animals for 30 years. I would not take my babies anywhere else."
    Elisabeth S on Google
  • "Dr. Santangelo is a GODSEND!"
    Jen on Google

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