Stahl Exotic Animal Veterinary Services

Stahl Exotic Animal Veterinary Services SEAVS is the most experienced exotic animal veterinary hospital in the DMV area
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Here are the SEAVS winter holiday hours for 2019.  We hope everyone has a safe and fun filled holiday season this year! ...
11/25/2019

Here are the SEAVS winter holiday hours for 2019. We hope everyone has a safe and fun filled holiday season this year! We are so thankful for your trust in letting us care for these special animals that we love so much!

It's still the weekend and the rain has stopped. Get out and play!
11/24/2019
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It's still the weekend and the rain has stopped. Get out and play!

11/18/2019
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Chinchy!

Brush me real good

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11/13/2019
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Happy Bath!

Just a happy cockatoo enjoying a nice relaxing shower 😂💦

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Never liked raking, anyway!🍁🍂
11/13/2019

Never liked raking, anyway!🍁🍂

So true!
11/06/2019

So true!

😂😂😂😂😂 although exaggerated, Gandolph has destroyed a coffee table, 2 couches and lots of trim!!

Puzzle Feeding for Snakes
11/03/2019
Puzzle Feeding for Snakes

Puzzle Feeding for Snakes

Environmental enrichment and focus on animal welfare are now common practice for many pets. Some companies have started producing toys specifically designed for foraging. It’s even becoming standard in zoological facilities to provide such opportunities for many of the animals. Some taxa have been...

10/28/2019

Limited quantities: Oxbow Hay 4 pk!

10/28/2019

New Oxbow Hay Favorites 4 pack of hay. Available for a limited time.

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10/25/2019
SEAVS SCOOP

Something we are trying out. Please "like" if this is something you are interested in us continuing. We will update the information contained in this newsletter each month.🦎🐹🐭🐰🐔🐦🐥🦆🕷🦂🐍🐢🐊🦜🦢🐇🐁🦃🐓🦔🐀

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SEAVS SCOOP Welcome to the SEAVS Scoop newsletter. We will update this newsletter with new articles and with "whats up" at SEAVS each...

10/20/2019
Q&A with Scott Stahl - Triple B TV Ep.194

Check this out!

Today we're bringing you back to herpeton.org for another great presentation. This week we are going to hear from Scott Stahl. Scott is an exotic vet here in...

My favorite macaroni!
10/19/2019

My favorite macaroni!

Meet the Doctor:Dr. Susan Baley grew up in southern California. She completed her bachelor’s degree in animal science wi...
10/14/2019

Meet the Doctor:

Dr. Susan Baley grew up in southern California. She completed her bachelor’s degree in animal science with an emphasis in poultry management in 2011 from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo.

Dr. Baley graduated from the University of Minnesota’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. She loves every exotic animal, but has a particular passion for birds of all kinds including parrots, poultry, and raptors.

During veterinary school, she worked as zookeeper at the Minnesota Zoo and as a student researcher for the Raptor Center investigating blood clotting and rodenticide poisoning in hawks and owls. She has presented her research on multiple occasions, including at a plenary session of the Association of Avian Veterinarians’ annual conference.

Following graduation, she completed a rigorous avian and exotic medicine internship at Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, TX where she worked with exotic pets, wildlife, and spent time learning about zoological medicine at the Houston Zoo.

Dr. Baley joins the SEAVS team this year to pursue additional focused training in avian medicine by starting her residency in avian practice through the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP).

When not taking care of her patients, Dr. Baley enjoys hiking, bird watching, cooking, reading, traveling, and loves spending time with her fiancé and two cats, Felix and Oriana.

SEAVS is excited to support Dr Baley through her ABVP residency and we hope you get to meet her!

10/14/2019
Dave's Dogs

Dave's Dogs

Super nice little rabbit at the Prince William County Animal Shelter. Needs more room than the little cage he’s in now for his forever home but as sweet and tame as he can be.

10/11/2019

Crunch, crunch (sound on)🐢🥬🐢🥬#sulcata

Getting some cuddles and some warm, yummy assist feeding on a chilly day! #vettech #LVT #veterinarynurse #hedgehog #hedg...
10/11/2019

Getting some cuddles and some warm, yummy assist feeding on a chilly day! #vettech #LVT #veterinarynurse #hedgehog #hedgielove

Meet the Doctor:Dr. Emily Nielsen joined the SEAVS family in 2016 as an intern and has since become an associate veterin...
10/09/2019

Meet the Doctor:

Dr. Emily Nielsen joined the SEAVS family in 2016 as an intern and has since become an associate veterinarian here. She graduated Summa Cum Laude in Biology and Chemistry from the University of North Texas and Cum Laude from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, where she published a research paper on ball python reproductive cycles in the Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery.

Dr. Nielsen was born in Canada, but spent the majority of her childhood in Australia prior to her move to the United States in 2006 to attend college. She has had an interest in exotic animals since before she can remember, and was an avid breeder of lovebirds and rainbow lorikeets in Australia. She now has a ball python and boa breeding program, in addition to a menagerie of pets including her two dogs, and a collective of guinea pigs, chickens, rats, mice and a variety of lizard and frog species. Dr. Nielsen feels that owning the exotics she treats is important because it helps her understand the variety of issues that can arise with them from day to day.

When she’s not working at the clinic, Dr Nielsen is an avid outdoorsperson and enjoys hiking, snowboarding, water skiing, and competitive horseback riding in dressage. She also enjoys running and plans to complete one marathon on each of the seven continents!

Currently, Dr. Nielsen is making good progress towards her Board Certification in Exotic Companion Mammal practice and is looking forward to a long career here at SEAVS: “I love the clinic and I love the clients and can’t imagine wanting to work anywhere else”.❤️❤️

We are so lucky that she joined our team and continues to work toward her goals with us here at SEAVS! She is an amazing mentor to our interns and resident and a devoted exotic animal veterinarian.

10/03/2019

Have you ever heard a rabbit SNORING?!?! It’s ok to be a little jealous of Blossom Rose, resting and relaxing 😴

Meet Mr. Toes, the lovely Panther Chameleon, visiting Dr. Currie Carothers for his re-evaluation!  He’s doing great! Kee...
10/03/2019

Meet Mr. Toes, the lovely Panther Chameleon, visiting Dr. Currie Carothers for his re-evaluation! He’s doing great! Keep up the great work at home!

10/03/2019

Lily always brightens our day! (Turn your sound on!) we love when she comes in for veterinary observation!!❤

A message from Dr. Romo,Hey everyone! Freda and I have been part of the SEAVS family for almost 3 and a half years ago. ...
09/26/2019

A message from Dr. Romo,

Hey everyone! Freda and I have been part of the SEAVS family for almost 3 and a half years ago. For both her and me, this has been a great opportunity to grow and evolve personally and professionally. We married shortly after moving here in 2016 (don't be hurt if you didn't know, we try to keep it quiet, but eventually someone listened to the same bird story and put 2 and 2 together 😅), we bought our first house, and we have met some amazing pets and people both clients and within our staff.

After finishing my residency, we have decided, not without pain, that it is time for us to go back home to sunny Florida.
It was a hard decision because you all are amazing and have opened your hearts and have trusted us with your feathery, furry and scaly loved ones; but ultimately I have been given the opportunity to take the SEAVS way to a new place, where we can continue to help more exotic pets get better, and live long healthy lives; while we're closer to our family.

Speaking for myself, every single one of you that has come into a room with me has allowed me to become a better doctor and I can never thank you enough for that.

Please come see us and say good bye, it has been a pleasure and joy getting to know everyone, both Freda and I will be at SEAVS until October 18th.

Freda and Octavio Romo 🤟🏻

Parrots are amazing! #mustreadthisbook
09/19/2019
Thinking Like A Parrot: How Do Parrots View The World?

Parrots are amazing! #mustreadthisbook

This fascinating and meticulously researched book explores the astonishing levels of cognition and intelligence of wild parrots, especially in the context of their complex social lives

Dr. Stahl is modeling a fancy new bracelet - Rose, the beautiful and recently spayed veiled chameleon 🦎
09/17/2019

Dr. Stahl is modeling a fancy new bracelet - Rose, the beautiful and recently spayed veiled chameleon 🦎

Just looking around for my testicles! Anyone seen them?#neutered #neuter #spayandneuteryourpets #neuteryourpets #spayand...
09/16/2019

Just looking around for my testicles! Anyone seen them?

#neutered #neuter #spayandneuteryourpets #neuteryourpets #spayandneutersaveslives

Some have grounds in their coffee, we have frogs!Hoppy Sunday!
09/15/2019

Some have grounds in their coffee, we have frogs!
Hoppy Sunday!

Meet the doctor:Dr. Ashley Pacheco(Pa-cheek-o)Dr. Pacheco grew up in the smallest town in the smallest state of Rhode Is...
09/13/2019

Meet the doctor:
Dr. Ashley Pacheco(Pa-cheek-o)
Dr. Pacheco grew up in the smallest town in the smallest state of Rhode Island. Her parents were born in Portugal, and she is 100% Portuguese. She grew up with many cats and dogs and knew she wanted to be a veterinarian when she was 12 years old. She was a biology major and natural history minor at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. She completed her veterinary degree at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
After veterinary school she completed a small animal specialty rotating internship at VCA Southpaws Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center in Fairfax, Virginia. Dr. Pacheco then moved to California to practice at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital where she worked on dogs, cats, and exotics. Last year, she returned to Virginia and practiced at Animal Medical Center in Stephens City.
Her professional interests include wildlife conservation and saving species from extinction. Her favorite animal is the orca. Dr. Pacheco has two dogs Odin, an Australian shepherd, and Carochinha, a chihuahua/yorkshire terrier mix. She enjoys soccer, hiking, singing, dancing, traveling, and any outdoor activities.

Thank you Dr Pacheco for joining the team here at SEAVS this year!!

Eeeeee! Baby snappers!! They are the cutest little prehistoric babies anywhere! These little ones just hatched here at S...
09/12/2019

Eeeeee! Baby snappers!! They are the cutest little prehistoric babies anywhere!
These little ones just hatched here at SEAVS. We were able to rescue the eggs from mama snapper after she was euthanized. She was hit by a car and was too badly damaged to repair.
#snappytown 🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢

Now some of her babies will be able to return to the wild! 🐢

🐢🐢Smile!  Its Monday!🐢🐢
09/09/2019

🐢🐢Smile! Its Monday!🐢🐢

~PUNdora

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09/03/2019

Stahl Exotic Animal Veterinary Services's cover photo

09/03/2019
Loving Laxatone

Look at how well this cute little fuzzy takes his Laxatone! If only every patient took their medicine this effortlessly!

So true! We love them all!
08/31/2019

So true! We love them all!

Meet the doctor:  Dr Currie Carothers:Dr. Carothers graduated with honors from Louisiana State University School of Vete...
08/27/2019

Meet the doctor: Dr Currie Carothers:

Dr. Carothers graduated with honors from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2019, following receiving her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Rhodes College in Memphis Tennessee in 2015. She joins the SEAVS team for a one year intensive internship in exotic animal medicine.

Dr. Carothers has loved all wild, weird, and wonderful animals for as long as she can remember, and spent her time in Memphis volunteering in several departments of the Memphis Zoo, including their herpetarium. While in veterinary school, she discovered her passion for avian species through working for The Wildlife Hospital of Louisiana as a Raptor Rehabilitation Co-Chair. She also served as the Wildlife, Avian, Zoological, and Exotic Animal Medicine Club as their Vice President, Secretary, and Reptile Representative and as the President of the LSU chapter of the Student Chapter of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine for two years.

When not at the clinic,she prefers to spend her time outdoors, whether that’s hiking, trail running, kayaking, or simply wandering around an arts and crafts market or exploring her new city. Her favorite hobby is birdwatching. She also enjoys reading, practicing yoga, and spending time with her cat, Zuzu and bearded dragon, Rosie.

Dr Carothers has a passion for all exotic companion animals with a special interest in avian species. She dreams of achieving board certification in Avian Practice, and looks forward to a rewarding career of caring for exotic companion animals and the people who love them. We are so excited that she joined the team here at SEAVS this year!

08/25/2019
Reptilian Family Adventures

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Jurassic Park 7: Shell Shocked!

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08/25/2019
Georgia House Rabbit Society

Saturday night is ear cleaning night!

Ohhh, geez...✨Tabitha✨ is cleaning her ears again. It’ll take her a week to finish that one ear alone!! 🥰😮😅

08/22/2019

ATTENTION: Our fax line is still not working! Please email a picture or scan of your fax to [email protected]

08/18/2019
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Hope everyone has a great hare Sunday!

Nice hare day

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Watch for Sierra!
08/17/2019

Watch for Sierra!

Our Severe Macaw, Sierra, has flown out of our house in Monclair, VA. If seen please notify Crystal 703-850-7972! TIA

Address

4105 Rust Rd
Fairfax, VA
22030

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 20:00
Thursday 08:00 - 20:00
Friday 08:00 - 20:00
Saturday 08:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(703) 281-3750

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