We are extremely proud of our dedicated team. We hire only the best and most experienced employees to become a part of our team here at Montrose Animal Health Center. Our team is filled with highly dedicated animal lovers who are well trained at their jobs. They will do anything possible for their patients and the owners who love them.
Learning and education are very important here at Montrose Animal Health Center. We strive to have a state of the art hospital with a staff trained in the latest medical advances. Our patients deserve the very best veterinary care.
Basically, our team is full of animal lovers. They make it a goal to treat each patient like their own. They give each patient plenty of love and attention. They are prepared to discuss preventative medicine so that every pet can stay as healthy as possible. They will also do everything that they can to make a sick pet feel better as soon as possible.
If you would like to speak to someone on our team, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (703) 425-5020 .
Dr. Nolan Rubin
Dr. Nolan Rubin opened the practice in 1979. He is a graduate of Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Every year, Dr Rubin visits a Native American reservation in the southwest to provide veterinary care on a volunteer basis. He provides care to a variety of animals including cattle and sheep. Dr Rubin is currently interested in managing pain through the use of a Class IV laser. Montrose is one of the only clinics in the area that offers this type of therapy. Dr Rubin has a cat named Oliver and a Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Reeses.
Dr. Stacey Teixeira
Dr. Stacey Teixeira graduated from North Carolina State University – College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999 and joined our Montrose family shortly after. Dr. Teixeira grew up in North Carolina but spent her early years as an Army brat living in Nebraska, Belgium, Germany, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Originally, she thought to pursue a career in Equine Medicine, but realized during veterinary school that her true passion lies in Small Animal Medicine. She especially loves geriatric medicine, and she finds great satisfaction in helping to ease the pains of her older patients.
When not at Montrose, Dr. Teixeira enjoys time spent with her family. She includes her active and slightly neurotic border collie mix, Russell, and her bottle-fed spicy cat, Gin, in the mix. Dr. Teixeira and her family are passionate about soccer, and they spend many weekends at games and enjoying the outdoors. Dr. Teixeira loves to travel and is always looking forward to her next big trip. But always she enjoys coming home to her Montrose family, and considers Northern Virginia the best place she’s ever lived.
Dr. Erin Hall
Dr. Erin Hall joined Montrose in 2017 as an Associate Veterinarian. Dr. Hall was born and raised in Virginia the oldest of 3 children. She considers herself a native of Northern Virginia as she has called it home for almost 20 years. Prior to vet school Dr. Hall worked as a Veterinary Assistant for 15 + years. She graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a B.S. in Animal and Poultry Sciences, and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from North Carolina State University. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Virginia Veterinary Medical Association, Northern Virginia Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, and the D.C. Academy of Veterinarians. Her special interests in veterinary medicine are: geriatric medicine, exotic animal medicine, dentistry, nutrition, and feline medicine. Dr. Hall loves working in the veterinary field because she likes helping people with their pets and seeing how the human animal bond makes us all more human. She knows what each pet, be they furry, feathered, or scaled, means to their family and it is truly an honor for her to help support that bond. She chose to work at Montrose because of their mission to deliver compassionate and personalized care to their patients and clients. Additionally, she really enjoys the opportunity to build lifelong relationships with her patients and their families that working at Montrose provides. Last, but certainly not least, Dr. Hall appreciates her colleagues and admires her coworker’s passion for veterinary medicine. She could not ask for a more dedicated and hardworking team.
Dr. Hall and her fiancé live in Fairfax where they happily share their home with 3 rescue pets: Echo (aka Muppy) the dog, Pocket and Mistermeanor the cats. In the past Dr. Hall has shared her home with a wide array of pets including but not limited to: dogs, cats, fish, budgies, love birds, gerbils, guinea pigs, ferrets, and turtles. One day, when not constrained by space, she hopes to welcome more pets into her home. Dr. Hall enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, hiking, gardening, listening to live music, and traveling.