Christopher Hussion, DVM – Owner/Medical Director

Dr. Chris Hussion graduated from high school in Winchester, VA and moved to Missouri where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Missouri Southern State College. His Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree was completed at the University Of Missouri College Of Veterinary Medicine at Columbia in 1991. Prior to joining Old Mill he practiced in Falls Church, VA and in Miami, OK. He is current member of the AVMA, VVMA (where serves as a board member), and LCVMA. He resides in Charles Town, WV with his wife Kerrieann; their three children, Daniel, Katherine, and Sarah; their two Cavaliers, Ryder and Charlee. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf.

Jessica Plant, DVM

Dr. Jessica Plant is originally from Syracuse, NY where she received her Bachelor’s degree at Cornell University in 1996. After pursuing graduate work in dolphin and primate behavior at UNC Wilmington and The University of Michigan, she returned to her New York roots to attend Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine where she graduated in 2004. Dr. Plant currently resides in Leesburg, VA with her husband Kevin, her daughter Teagan and their three cats Sir Paddington Snobbingsworth, Miss Penelope Fidgerton and Sir Zeppelin Lovesalot. In her free time she enjoys reading, gardening, decorating, crafting crazy birthday parties for her daughter and over the top Halloween experiences for her neighborhood to enjoy. Dr. Plant has a special interest in oncology, feline medicine and internal medicine.

Anna Hodges, DVM

Dr. Anna L. Hodges grew up in Kensington, MD. She traveled to Michigan to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. Coming back closer to home, she attended the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, VA and graduated in 2009. She is a member of the AVMA and AAHA. Dr. Hodges currently resides in Lovettsville, VA with her husband Chris, dogs Logan and Daisy, and cats Leeloo and Fitz. Her medical interests include preventive care, internal medicine, nutrition and behavior. Outside of work Dr. Hodges enjoys spending time with family, reading, and hiking.

Judy Bardsley, DVM

Dr Judy Bardsley grew up on the east coast in a military family. She graduated from high school in Northern VA. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Animal Science at the University of Delaware. After a year working with wildlife, Dr Bardsley entered Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1997. She has a special interest in family practice, internal medicine and exploring behavioral issues.

Dr Bardsley lives in Western Loudoun with her Golden Retriever and teenage boys. Outside of work, Dr Bardsley volunteers with Scouting and enjoys spending time on hiking paths, rivers and running trails.

Paige Bornkamp, MVB

Dr. Paige Bornkamp was raised in the Pacific Northwest before moving during high school to Virginia Beach. She attended Wake Forest University in North Carolina where she earned a BS in Biology. After graduation, her love of travel and horses took her to Mongolia for a summer veterinary volunteer placement. While living in a ger and drinking fermented mare’s milk, she met her future husband, a Dutchman. In order to be together, Dr. Bornkamp moved to Europe and attended the Veterinary College of Ireland at the University College of Dublin. She graduated with her veterinary degree in 2015 and has since been back in Virginia practicing small animal medicine.

Dr. Bornkamp currently lives in Leesburg with her husband and their baby boy. They have a pug x Jack Russell and a Siamese mix. Her professional interests include soft tissue surgery, preventative care, and dentistry. She enjoys spending time with family, hiking, wineries, baking, and traveling.

Amy Dillon, DVM – Relief Veterinarian

Dr. Dillon grew up in Oakton, Virginia and attended Cornell University for her undergraduate and from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. For the past 16 years, she has practiced small animal medicine in Northern Virginia.

Dr. Dillon’s interests include internal medicine, ultrasound, soft tissue surgery, laser therapy, and dentistry. She has an affinity for senior pets and practices preventative medicine for early detection of illnesses.

Sara Lewis, DVM, MBA – Relief Veterinarian

Tibor Lazar, DVM

Dr. Lazar is a Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon who, when needed, provides orthopedic and complex soft tissue surgeries at our hospital. This allows our patients and clients to receive these procedures while retaining pre-surgical and post-surgical care and follow-up with our OMVH team. Dr. Lazar grew up in Fairfax County, graduated from Robinson High School in 1987, and received his BA in biology at the University of Virginia in 1991. He earned a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1996 from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. In 1997, he completed a one-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Animal Medical Center in New York City. Following a year of private practice in Manhattan, Dr. Lazar moved to Maitland, Florida, and spent four years in a small animal surgery internship and residency at Affiliated Veterinary Specialists. In 2003, he earned board certification by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Since 2002, Dr. Lazar has focused on small animal specialty surgery in Northern Virginia. He lives in Reston with his wife, two sons and a plethora of pets including dogs, cats, birds, snakes, and fish. To learn more about Dr. Lazar and his services visit