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Falls Church Animal Hospital

Falls Church Animal Hospital

1249 W Broad St | Falls Church, VA 22043

Call 703-584-5225
Monday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday Closed
  • Animal Boarding
  • Animal Daycare
  • Animal Flea Control
  • Animal Grooming
  • Animal Microchipping
  • Declawing
  • Holistic Veterinary Medicine
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary House Calls
  • Veterinary Medical Specialties
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

It is the mission of the Falls Church Animal Hospital to provide quality professional care to the pets to which we are entrusted. We recognize that our clients' pets are members of their family, and we consider it our obligation to treat them accordingly.

The entire staff of the Falls Church Animal Hospital is also dedicated to meeting the special needs of our clients. We consider client service an integral part of the total care we provide.

The management of Falls Church Animal Hospital is committed to providing their staff with a work environment and training that fosters competence and a spirit of teamwork. We wish to allow each member of the staff to reach their full potential. We recognize that a committed and well-trained staff is essential to quality patient care.

Our services include:

-Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
-Internal Medicine and Oncology
-Surgical Services
-Dentistry
-Radiology and Ultrasound
-Electrocardiography
-Laboratory Service
-Pharmacy - For your convenience we maintain a large inventory of both prescription and non-prescription medications.
-Permanent Pet ID
-Bathing, Flea and Tick Treatment
-Behavioral Counseling and Dietary Counseling
-Boarding and Pet Day Care
-Dietary Counseling
-Silver Whiskers Senior Wellness Program -

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Jay H. Margolis, DVM
Jay H. Margolis, DVM

Dr. Jay Margolis graduated from the University Of Tennessee College Of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. He completed an internship in companion animal medicine and surgery at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Margolis practiced companion animal medicine and surgery in Pennsylvania until joining the Northern Virginia Veterinary Associates (Centreville Square Animal Hospital) in 1992. In 2000, he became a partner in the Chantilly Animal Hospital.

Dr. Margolis is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association and is a member and past President of the Northern Virginia Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Margolis is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine.

When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife, 2 daughters and their dogs, Sophie and Sawyer. He enjoys golf and playing basketball. He also enjoys the keeping and maintaining of tropical and marine aquariums.

Dr. Margolis has a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes mellitus.

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Adam S. Ainspan, DVM
Adam S. Ainspan, DVM

Dr. Adam Ainspan graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. He completed an internship in companion animal medicine and surgery at The Pittsford Animal Hospital in Rochester, NY. Dr. Ainspan practiced companion animal medicine and surgery in Maryland and Virginia until joining the Northern Virginia Veterinary Associates in 1991.

Dr. Ainspan is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and Northern Virginia Veterinary Medical Association. He has a special interest in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Dr. Ainspan is the finance chair for the Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine.

When not working, Dr. Ainspan enjoys spending time with his wife Mary and their children Sebastian and Alexandra. He enjoys playing golf, tennis and basketball. After veterinary medicine, horse racing is Dr. Ainspan's passion. His stable, Graham Grace Stables, has both thoroughbreds and standardbreds that race on the east coast and Canada.

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Steven A. Rogers, D.V.M.
Steven A. Rogers, D.V.M.

Dr. Steven Rogers is a 1971 graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Since 1975, he has been at this hospital. He has served both veterinary medicine and the City of Falls Church. He has been president of the DC Academy of Veterinary Medicine, the Northern Virginia Veterinary Medical Association and the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association. He also served as Secretary/Treasurer of the American Animal Hospital. Dr. Rogers served on the Falls Church City Council and as vice-mayor, as well as Chairman of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce and the Falls Church Housing Corporation.

Dr. Rogers' awards include the Aaha Service Award in 1992, the Virginia Veterinarian of the Year in 1996 and the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine's Distinguished Alumnus of the Year in 2005.

Dr. Rogers has shared his home with many 4 legged family members, most recently Brandy, a crazy wire haired fox terrier and two Burmese cats, Mocha and Kona.

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David Jacobs, D.V.M.
David Jacobs, D.V.M.

Practicing veterinary medicine fulfills my childhood dream to care for animals. Diagnosing and treating my patients who can't "speak" appeals to me since it employs a knowledge of medicine with the ability to solve puzzles (I still do crosswords and sudokus constantly). I enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine but have a special interest in surgery and endocrinology.

After graduating from The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1974, I have practiced small animal medicine in the Washington area. My wife, Lynne, a recreation therapist in Baltimore City Public Schools and I, with our two sons, moved to the City of Falls Church in 1982 shortly before I joined and became a partner in the Falls Church Animal Hospital. Having been a member and chairman of the Business Development Commission and currently a member of the City Employee Review Board keeps me involved with the city. My wife introduced me to Kundalini yoga which helps deal with life's stresses such as being a Redskin fan.

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Caroline Chamarande, D.V.M.
Caroline Chamarande, D.V.M.

Dr. Caroline Chamarande received here doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech). She joined Falls Church Animal Hospital in 1989. Dr. Chamarande is a member of the Veterinary Honor Society, Phi Zeta; the American Animal Hospital Association; the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association and the DC Academy of Veterinary Medicine.

Originally from France, with the accent to prove it, Dr. Chamarande and her husband have three children. When not at work, you'll find her at home with them and attending to the many family pets.

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Amy Sachs Yam, D.V.M.
Amy Sachs Yam, D.V.M.

Dr. Amy Sachs Yam is originally from Syracuse, New York, but relocated to Falls Church after veterinary school. She completed her undergraduate and professional degrees at Cornell University, graduating with her Dvm in 1998. She is active in many professional associations such as the Northern Virginia Veterinary Medical Association, the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. She also served on the Recent Graduate Task Force and Leadership Council for the American Animal Hospital Association and is Immediate Past-President of the Dc Academy of Veterinary Medicine.

She has worked a Falls Church Animal Hospital since June 1998 and has an active interest in canine and feline endocrinology and internal medicine. Outside the office, Dr. Yam enjoys spending time with her husband Kevin, her two sons Benjamin and Mitchell, and her three cats—Tilly, Scout and Jem. One of her favorite aspects of working at Falls Church Animal Hospital is living in the community that she serves. Even her husband is amazed when she goes for a walk on the Wo&d trail and recognizes the dog before she recognizes the human family member!

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