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When your pet is treated at a veterinary practice that’s not part of a corporate conglomerate, you’ll notice the difference right away.
Our veterinarians and staff live in the community we serve. We care about every person and animal we see. That means you can expect highly personalized service and advice that’s all about your pet’s health and comfort—not just our bottom line.
It means a lot to us to know what kind of impact we’re having—and we know you want to know about others’ experiences with our veterinary practice, too.
“I appreciate how much everyone on staff genuinely cares about my pet’s wellbeing. doctors, techs, and reception staff are all fantastic!”
“Dr. Montalbano and all of the staff were so wonderful! They took such great care of my pup and totally put me at ease. I’m so glad we found this practice!”
“All the staff I’ve ever met is kind, gentle, and professional! I’m truly always thrilled with the service and care we receive! “
“As always the care of the vets and techs was outstanding. Our cat Jellybean does not like vet visits and everyone is always so good with her at Union Vet.”
When you bring your pet to Union Vet, parking can be challenging—unless you have some tips to help you navigate the area.
We are located one block from Union Station, between F Street and G Street. Please allow yourself extra time to find legal street parking. The parking area behind our building is PRIVATE and owned by neighborhood businesses. Ticketing and towing will be enforced.
The Julie Fund is a memorial tribute to the former owner of Union Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Julie Giles, who passed away on February 11th, 2009 due to complications from multiple sclerosis. She had a love for all animals and the practice of veterinary medicine.
Gifts donated to the Julie fund will be used to help clients and pets who have limited resources.
To avoid confusion please be sure to click the ‘Donate to Julie Fund’ option on the “Billing” page. Thanks!
We are fully open to the public and no longer require masks for those who enter the building. Please feel free to continue wearing a mask if you prefer. We are excited to see everyone again!