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Tania Germann, DVMDr. Tania Germann is Chief of Staff at Ashburn Village Animal Hospital. Her first job was as a kennel attendant at a veterinary clinic and since then she knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. Dr. Germann grew up in Hawaii and then moved to Colorado to attend Colorado State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. She then relocated to Europe and received a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Veterinary Science in Budapest, Hungary in 2006. Dr. Germann thoroughly enjoyed the international experience and the opportunity to be exposed to different aspects of veterinary medicine.

She has since been practicing small animal medicine on the East Coast. Dr. Germann joined the amazing team at AVAH in September 2013 as a veterinarian and then accepted the position of Chief of Staff in November 2014.

Dr. Germann lives with her husband and cat Uno. She loves being a part of the Ashburn community! In her spare time, she enjoys cycling on the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park trail, cooking, trying new restaurants in the area, and photography.

Dr. Emily Credit, DVM with owlDr. Emily Credit was born and raised in Upstate New York and has been enjoying the warmth of the south ever since. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree at a small liberal arts college in New York and then traveled down to Knoxville, Tennessee. Here Dr. Credit attended the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine, earning a DVM degree in 2015.

After graduation, she took a position at a holistic practice in North Carolina where she furthered her love for exotic, pocket pets, while still seeing a mix of dogs and cats, as well as small rodents and lizards.