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Welcome to Hollin Hall Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Alexandria VA
Call us at (703)-660-0044

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (703)-660-0044!

Hollin Hall Animal Hospital. Your neighborhood veterinarian welcomes the opportunity to provide thoughtful and skilled help with your companion's medical and surgical needs.

Hollin Hall Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility, located in Alexandria, Virginia, providing the finest professional veterinary health care in Northern Virginia. The staff at Hollin Hall offers the best in personal attention to you and your pet, along with state-of-the-art medical diagnostics, dental procedures, routine checkups and surgical procedures. We pride ourselves in developing long-term relationships with our clients, and building trust and strong bonds is valuable to us so that we have your confidence as we go forward with sometimes difficult decisions concerning treatments and outcomes.

Hollin Hall Animal Hospital is a privately owned practice that values being a good neighbor, and we invite you to tour our web site to learn more about our veterinary services, and for any questions or to schedule an appointment, please call (703) 660-0044, or send us an email on our contact page.

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

Emily Fanton, D.V.M. | Holly Gill, D.V.M. | Ami Krasner, D.V.M.
Jessica Sands, D.V.M. | Julie Welebir, D.V.M.

Alexandria Veterinarian | Hollin Hall Animal Hospital | (703)-660-0044

7930 Fort Hunt Road
Alexandria, VA 22308

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7:30 am-12:00 pm



Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Emily Fanton, D.V.M.

    I grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio and graduated from veterinary school at The Ohio State University in 2005. I went on to complete a veterinary internship in medicine and surgery at a specialty hospital in Greensboro, NC. In the summer of 2006 I moved to Northern Virginia and joined the Hollin Hall Animal Hospital.

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  • Holly Gill, D.V.M.

    I opened Hollin Hall Animal Hospital in November 1998 after 15 years of practice in Alexandria, Virginia. Originally from Alabama, I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and my veterinary degree from Auburn University.

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  • Ami Krasner, D.V.M.

    I joined Hollin Hall Animal Hospital in August, 2010 after receiving my veterinary degree from North Carolina State University. I was born and raised in North Carolina, where my parents, two sisters, brother-in-law, and my chocolate lab nephew still live. I really enjoy living in the D.C. area and being a part of this caring hospital team that focuses on high quality medicine.

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  • Jessica Sands, D.V.M.

    I grew up in Hillsborough, NC, planning to turn my family's garage into a barn. Undeterred when this remodeling project did not quite get the green light, I went to vet school at UC Davis, and have since spent time working with a wide range of animals.

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  • Julie Welebir, D.V.M.

    I joined Hollin Hall Animal Hospital in November of 2016. I am orginally from Potomac, Maryland and graduated with my veterinary degree from Virginia Tech (VMRCVM). Following graduation I worked in emergency medicine in Maryland and private practice in Virginia.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "10.5 week old Huw had a wonderful first visit. He was completely at ease, and I am sure will have no problem retuning for future visits! The enviornment is really excellent and stress free."
  • "This is the best group of caring and skilled vets anywhere! Dr. Gill has been our vet since the 1980's. She even gives of her time to help animals in other countries. Checkout her amazing work and consider giving to her charity to bring care to animals around the world. I guarantee your money will be spent on the animals, not on an organization. If you can, please help! Disclaimer: I was not asked to write this. I am doing it for the animals! Thanks for reading my review!"