Important Pender COVID-19 Update:
We are restricting access to our lobby and adjusting our check-in and check-out procedures. If you have an appointment, please call ahead for specific details pertaining to your appointment, and fill out the drop off form at https://pendervet.com/drop-off-form-catdog/
We are only accepting Credit/Debt Cards, NO Cash or Checks Please!
Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions, concerns, or feel your pet needs to be seen, call us at 703-591-3304.
When you call the hospital, we appreciate your patience in holding as we are currently experiencing longer than normal wait times, 5-15 minutes. A member of our team will be with you as soon as possible. Please do not hang up; all calls are answered in the order they are received.
Without question, veterinary medicine provides the best opportunity to improve the lives of both animals and people.
My primary focus at Pender is in emergency and critical care medicine of dogs and cats; however, I have been trained to treat emergencies in exotic species, as well.
I come home to a 5-year-old cat named “Bo.” In my free time, I enjoy playing and watching basketball, singing karaoke, listening to public radio, and watching “I Love Lucy” and “Seinfeld.”
I did not grow up with a dog or cat in the household, so I vowed from a young age to pursue a career in which I would be surrounded by animals and the people who love them. I received my B.S. in Animal Sciences with a Minor in Psychology from Rutgers University and went on to earn my D.V.M. degree at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.