Veterinarians & Staff

Davis Hall, DVM

Davis Hall, DVMThe founder of Town & Country and Columbia Pike Animal Hospitals, Dr. Davis Hall graduated from Texas A&M and, after serving in the military, decided to put down roots in Virginia and begin his veterinary career. In 1974, Dr. Hall took the helm of Town & Country and Columbia Pike Animal Hospitals, initially serving large animals as well as house pets. As the Northern Virginia suburbs grew, the practice changed to better accommodate the needs of local residents, focusing exclusively on companion animals. Today, the practice has grown to include two hospitals with full-service kennel and grooming facilities, employing 14 veterinarians and more than 100 staff members.

Reed Hall IV, DVM

Reed Hall, DVMFollowing in his father's footsteps, Dr. Reed Hall IV received his Bachelors of Science degree in Animal Science in 1992 from West Virginia University and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 from Virginia Tech. Working at both Town & Country and Columbia Pike Animal Hospitals; Dr. Hall has a strong interest in surgery and animal dentistry. But it’s his skills as a communicator and educator that enable him to maintain close relationships with clients and their pets, empowering his clients to make more informed decisions in their pets' care. Dr. Hall lives in the Chantilly, VA area with his wife, Amy, and their 2 children, Davis and Hope. Dr. Hall and his family attend Fair Oaks Church. He is an active member of the C12 (Christian Business Leaders Group) and Christian Veterinary Mission where he speaks with fellow DVMs and Veterinary students about his faith and being a Christian Veterinarian.

Eileen Bauer, DVM

Eileen Bauer, DVMDr. Eileen Bauer was born and raised in Rochester, New York. She received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Northwestern University in 2007 and went on to complete her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University. Dr. Bauer continued her education with an internship at a veterinary emergency and specialty hospital in Providence, Rhode Island. Her professional interests include internal medicine, dentistry, and dermatology. In her free time, Dr. Bauer enjoys cycling, running, skiing, scuba diving, and spending time with her family and friends.

Anne Hiss, DVM

Anne Hiss, DVMDr. Anne Hiss specializes in companion animal and wildlife medicine. She spent her first three years of school at Ross University and her final year at Oklahoma State University, graduating from veterinary school in 1995. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Hiss was a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and a volunteer at a large rehabilitation facility in Maryland. She joined Town & Country Animal Hospital in 2000. Continuing her interest in wildlife medicine, she established the Babiga Fund for the treatment of injured and orphaned wildlife. Dr. Hiss donates her time and skill, and Drs. Davis and Hall provide laboratory, radiology, surgical equipment, and the surgical suite at no charge to wildlife. Dr. Hiss’ wild patients include bats, squirrels, chipmunks, groundhogs, opossums, raccoons, cottontail rabbits, deer, and various birds. She presents at wildlife rehabilitation conferences, is a published author, and teaches local wildlife rehabilitators first-aid basics. She is a board member of the Save Lucy Campaign, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving bats and educating youth about the importance of bats to local environments. She is also the consulting veterinarian for the organization’s rescue and rehabilitation efforts.

Courtney Katsur, VMD

Courtney Katsur, VMDDr. Katsur was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She received a BS from Boston College in 2002 and then worked in private banking in New York City. After attending Caninology and receiving her Canine Body Worker (animal massage therapy) certification, she recognized her true passion was animals and their well-being. Dr. Katsur then attended the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School, where she received her VMD. Her veterinary interests include all aspects of companion animal care, with a special interest in dermatology and preventive medicine. Dr. Katsur developed a love for the Northern Virginia area, where her sister resides, and is happy to join Town & Country team. Kylie is her Labradoodle, who is a constant reminder of pure love and joy!

Outside of work, Dr. Katsur enjoys traveling, hiking with her dog, skiing, and attending football games at Heinz Field. Go Steelers!

Diana Klein, DVM

Dr. Diana Klein comes from Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, a rural area just north of Philadelphia. She attended Penn State University for her undergraduate education and went on to attend the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School. Dr. Klein has loved animals since she was 5 years old, and found her calling as a veterinarian after taking an animal science class during her freshman year of college. To gain hands-on experience in the field, Dr. Klein worked with a small animal clinic in between her semesters at Penn State. She started in equine medicine with a particular interest in horses and horseback riding. In her years of work with domestic pets, Dr. Klein finds geriatric medicine very rewarding, and has a soft spot for older pets. She also enjoys traveling, skiing, the outdoors, and, of course, playing with animals.

Alexandra Stocks, DVM

Alexandra Stocks, DVMDr. Alexandra Stocks is a lifelong resident of Northern Virginia and currently resides in Reston with her husband, two cats, and two dogs. After graduating from The College of William and Mary with dual bachelor of science degrees in biology and environmental science, she spent time as a park ranger and a geologist before returning to school to receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Virginia Tech. She joined the Town & Country team in 2007. Her professional interests include abdominal ultrasound, internal medicine, and soft tissue surgery. Dr. Stocks is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the D.C. Academy of Veterinary Medicine, and the Phi Zeta Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine.

When Dr. Stocks is not working, you might find her knitting or at the ice rink cheering on the Washington Capitals. Go Caps!

Oleg Khomutets, DVM

Oleg was born in Magdeburg, Germany and comes from a military family. As a young boy, Oleg dreamed of becoming a veterinarian and began studying animal science at 12 years old. While in school, he enjoyed working with the K9 Units for the Ukrainian Police and Army. Oleg graduated from Ukraine’s Poltava State Agrarian Academy School of Veterinary Medicine with a dual degree in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology in 2011.

With a particular interest in Orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, epidemiology, and infectious diseases – he believes veterinary medicine is critical not just in supporting the health of your furry family members but also in protecting the health of human populations from dangerous zoonotic diseases. With immense respect for all professionals in the medical field, Oleg likes to say (with a wink) that doctors treat humans and veterinarians treat humanity.

Currently working to obtain his veterinary license in US, Oleg likes to spend his free time studying animal science, exercising, and hanging out with his family. He lives in Northern Virginia with his beautiful wife Anya -- who is also a veterinarian—their little daughter Vasilisa, and cat named Mia.

Jacque Stahl, DVM

Dr. Stahl was born and raised in Annapolis, MD spending most of her youth crabbing and fishing on the Chesapeake Bay, playing sports, and volunteering during summers at local veterinary hospitals as well as the Baltimore Zoo.

She completed her undergraduate degree with a BA in English Literature from Dartmouth College, where she was also a three time All-American lacrosse player (Go Green!), and was awarded her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University (Go Tigers!). Before she went to vet school, Dr. Stahl spent five years in the Virgin Islands working as a chef and dive-master in the charter yacht business. She loves sharing stories about her travels, favorite dives, and crazy guests onboard. While her time spent in New Hampshire, The Virgin Islands, and Louisiana were all great, she’s happy to be back on the east coast and close to family again.

Her professional interests include soft-tissue and orthopedic surgery, endocrinology, and internal medicine. Dr Stahl believes that successfully diagnosing and treating a patient is truly a team effort between veterinarian and owner, and she enjoys working together with her clients to best meet the needs of all of her patients.

During her free time, she loves taking her two kids to the museum of Natural History, going for runs with her German Shepherd Dog, Scout, and meeting up with old friends and new from all over Virginia, Maryland, and DC.

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Nichole Berridge, Assistant Manager

Nichole Falls, Assistant ManagerNichole Falls is our Assistant Manager here at Town & Country Animal Hospital, and has been a part of our team since 2006. Her love of animals and people brought her to her current position. Originally from this area, she was born in Alexandria Hospital, grew up in Annandale, and graduated from Falls Church High School. She attended Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.

Previously, she worked as a client relations manager at a Tysons Corner salon and spa, and served as an account manager at a national IT provider, where she was in charge of IT purchases, leasing options, and system solutions for the government.

Professionally, Nichole is at her best when she is presented with problems and is able to find resolutions that meet the needs and expectations of others. She is adept at dealing effectively with clients and staff and being a solid sounding board and supporter.

When Nichole is not working, you can find her at home spending time with her family and friends, cuddling with her boxer Chauncey, in the gym, or at the gun range letting off some steam.

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