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Assistant Professor

Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech University


DABVP


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Alexandria Animal Hospital


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www.wiareport.com

Lara Bartl was appointed assistant professor of community practice at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia.
She was the medical director of Alexandria Animal Hospital. Dr. Bartl holds a bachelor's degree and a doctorate in veterinary medicine from Virginia Tech. She was president of the Class of 1997 at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.


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Katherine Vaz, Barbara Butler, Ruth Haas, Vidhya Selvaraj, Rooth Varland, and Lara Bartl were named to new teaching positions.


alexandriaah.evetsites.net [cached]

Dr. Lara Bartl, Chief of StaffDr.
Lara Bartl, DVM, DABVP Dr. Bartl is a member of the critical care team and is Chief of Staff for the Alexandria Animal Hospital and Veterinary Emergency Service. Dr. Bartl joined our hospital in May of 1997. A native to Northern Virginia, Dr. Bartl graduated from West Potomac high school and continued her education at Virginia Tech. She made the Dean's list on numerous occasions and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Economics in 1992. In 1997 Dr. Bartl graduated from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. In 2006 Dr. Bartl became a diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (DABVP) specializing in canine and feline medicine. Dr. Bartl's special interests include critical care, trauma surgery, cardiology and ultrasound techniques. Dr. Bartl currently has two golden retrievers named Jake and Belle and a mix breed dog named Winston. Along with her pets, she shares her life with daughter, Courtney, son Brendan, and husband, Greg. In her spare time, she enjoys boating, golf, horseback riding and traveling.


www.alexandriaanimalhospital.com [cached]

Dr. Lara Bartl | Dr. Matthew Cenal | Dr. Susan Dannis | Dr. Patricia Donohue | Dr. Donna Krochak | Dr. Marcus Smail | Dr. Shannon Talbott | Dr. Eleanor Thompson | Dr. Don Wilson | Dr. Julie Augustine | Dr. Janice Baxter | Dr. Seth Cohen | Dr. Rebecca Dahm | Dr. Jenifer Farrell | Dr. Jackie Suarez | Dr. Kristin Terrio | Dr. Jennifer TurnerDr. Lara Bartl, DVM Dr. Lara Bartl is a member of the critical care team and is Chief of Staff for the Alexandria Animal Hospital and Veterinary Emergency Service.Dr. Bartl joined our hospital in May of 1997. A native to Northern Virginia, Dr. Bartl graduated from West Potomac high school and continued her education at Virginia Tech.She made the Dean's list on numerous occasions and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Economics in 1992.In 1997 Dr. Bartl graduated from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. Dr. Bartl's special interests include critical care, cardiology, ophthalmology, and ultrasound techniques.She is currently in the process of becoming ABVP board certified. Dr. Bartl currently has two dogs, Jake and Winston, and a fat cat named Marvin.Along with her animals she shares her life with her daughter, Courtney, and her husband, Greg, a paralegal.In her spare time, she enjoys boating, golf, horseback riding, and traveling.


www.gensoldx.com

"If a patient is on a weight loss plan for obesity, vets generally recommend about one to two percent loss of bodyweight per week," says Lara Bartl, DVM, DABVP, assistant professor at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech University, but unless you are trying to achieve weight loss, she adds, any weight loss should be considered significant and investigated.
Oral pain, Bartl says, may lead to weight loss in pets, as dogs and cats will have a hard time chewing hard kibble when they're dealing with an abscess or other gum problem. This is not as common as medical causes, Bartl says, but stress can cause changes in a pet's appetite and should not be overlooked. She lists changes in the household and the addition of a new pet as possible sources of stress-induced weight loss.


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