As restrictions ease in Northern Virginia, we are committed to ensuring safe distancing for everyone. At this time, we will continue our curbside service and safety protocols to ensure the safety of our staff and clients.
For special cases like pets with extreme separation anxiety/aggression, ext. we will now be making accommodations to allow one owner into an exam room. We will be limited on the number of exam rooms, so please let us know at the time of scheduling your appointment. All elective procedures, prescription pickups, and boarding will remain curbside only at this time.
We would like to thank our valued clients for your continued understanding and embracing our curbside service. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and ease or increase restrictions as necessary. We are grateful to all the “essential” workers who have been so dedicated to their jobs through this pandemic.
For Information on our "Curbside Service" please call us at 703-360-6100.
Jessica has been with Fort Hunt since 2014. She has her Bachelor's degree in Biology from University of Mary Washington and her A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology from NOVA Community College. Her main interests are radiology, dentistry, and exotic and pocket pets. Her favorite thing about Fort Hunt are all the different personalities she gets to work with and how everyone gets along so well. She enjoys spending time with her husband at concerts, trying new craft beers or watching movies. Her own pets include a pug named Leeloo, a chihuahua mix, Kota, a three-legged cat, Enzo and a corn snake, Korben. (Fear Free Certified).
Brandi is new to the veterinary world, but has worked in management for 2 years. She has always had a love of animals and is enjoying learning the medical aspects of the hospital while helping the daily operations run smoothly. She loves the family-feeling between the hospital staff and seeing how much everyone cares about the clients. She has two french bulldogs of her own, Scout and Olive who are both lovable goofballs. She is planning to enroll in tech school in the near future. (Fear Free Certified)
Liz has worked at Fort Hunt since 2010. She received her Bachelor’s in Biology from James Madison University and her A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology from NOVA. Her main interests in the field are animal rescue, behavior, radiology, surgical assisting and ultrasonography. She loves working with our awesome staff and doctors as well as being able to make a difference in so many pets’ lives. At home she has a rescue beagle named Jill who she spends her weekends with hiking and going to the dog park. (Fear free certification in progress)
Maria has been with Fort Hunt since February 2018, but has been in the veterinary field since 2010. She was born in Chile and moved to the US in 2001 where she received her Associates in Veterinary Technology from Penn Foster. At Fort Hunt she loves the staff, the compassion for animals and the thorough medicine that is practiced. At home she enjoys spending time with her family and her Shiba Inu Cooper, and Maine Coon mix Louie. She also loves shopping, essential oils and yoga. (Fear Free Certified)
Malcolm began at Fort Hunt working in the kennel and then moved up to become a vet assistant. As kennel manager he aims to grow the boarding facilities while making them as safe and comfortable as possible. He has his bachelor’s in cinema studies with a minor in music production and is currently pursuing his vet technology degree. At Fort Hunt he enjoys building relationships with clients, and being very hands-on as an assistant in order to learn as much as possible. He hopes to one day specialize in radiology as an LVT. In his spare time he plays five instruments including the piano, and he enjoys singing, producing electronic music and playing timpani in community orchestra. (Fear Free Certified)
Megan has been with the Fort Hunt family for 5 years. She is currently earning her associates degree in Veterinary technology through Penn Foster and will finish by 2021. After becoming a licensed technician she plans to continue on to earn her undergrad in practice management. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her own one-eyed dog, Bitty as well as her cat Nala. She can almost always be found with an iced coffee in her hand. (Fear Free Certified)
Roxan has been with Fort Hunt for 29 years. She grew up in Alexandria VA and graduated from Mount Vernon HS. She has multiple animals of her own including her dog Sydney, several cats, a bird and mouse. She takes a special interest in the fat, or angry cats that come into the hospital. She also enjoys helping out with all senior pets. In her free time she enjoys playing video games and adding to her Snoopy collection. (Fear Free Certified)
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Courtney joined the Fort Hunt team in August 2016. She was born and raised in MD but is happy to make the trip to FHAH every day in order to help take care of your pets. While Courtney does not currently have any pets of her own, she has had a dog and guinea pigs in the past. In the future, Courtney looks forward to pursuing a career in either Wildlife Conservation or Public Health Administration. (Fear Free Certified)
Lenette is from DC and joined Fort Hunt in 2017. She plans to become a Veterinary Technician but in the meantime she enjoys bringing a ray of sunshine and a touch of whimsy to our patients and clients. She especially loves working with exotic animals, snakes in particular, and she hopes to have a Shiba Inu of her own soon. When not with her Fort Hunt family, she works as a video game tournament director for an anime convention. Her vast hobbies include video games, anime, cosplay, reading and writing stories, cooking, baking and all Japanese culture, she is even fluent in Japanese! (Fear Free Certified)
Shannon was born and raised in Accokeek MD. She lives at home with her cat, Shaggy who she adopted in high school. She has been with Fort Hunt since September 2018 and she hopes to become a licensed technician in the future. Her favorite thing about Fort Hunt is the positive work environment, her coworkers, and getting to snuggle the animals. In her free time she enjoys working out, nature walks and watching Netflix with Shaggy. (Fear Free Certified)
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Monica was born in El Salvador and came to Virginia when she was 5 years old. She plans to become a licensed veterinary technician and hopes to specialize in animal physical therapy. Working with the animals at Fort Hunt allows her to de-stress, especially the puppies! In her free time she likes to practice yoga and kazaxe, or spend time outside hiking with her two dogs, Coco and Bentley. She also has an African Grey, Kiki, and two bearded dragons Pablo and Chichi. (Fear Free Certified)
Kelly joined the Fort Hunt team as a receptionist in 2017. She was born and raised in a small town near Waco, TX before moving to Alexandria, VA in 2013 to be with her partner. Outside of work, Kelly enjoys reading and spending time with her wife and their pets, including their dog Skilos, two cats, Ares and Yancy, and two guinea pigs Ginger and Saffron. (Fear Free Certified)
Born and raised in Southern California, Verena moved to Virginia in 2015 and joined the Fort Hunt family in July 2018. While she began working here with no pets, she soon was able to rescue her beloved cat Katinka. Outside of work she enjoys walking, hiking, camping, visiting museums, watching movies and most of all, taking pictures of adorable Katinka.
Erin has been on our receptionist team since 2018. She received her B.A. in English from James Madison University and hopes to enroll in tech school in the near future. At Fort Hunt she enjoys learning something new everyday and getting to interact with all the animals that come in. She also enjoys the positive work environment and the friendships that have formed with co-workers. Her free time is spent with her husband, son and two pups Sam and Sasha.
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1900 Elkin Street Ste. 5
Alexandria, VA 22308, US