DR. ERIC CRYAN (OWNER / CHIEF VETERINARIAN)
NoVa Mobile Vet’s founder, Dr. Eric Cryan is a devoted animal lover that will treat each and every pet as if he were their loving and dedicated owner. Dr. Cryan specializes in using direct, effective, compassionate communication to help calm the frazzled nerves of both patient and owner. By combining his technique with his mobile veterinary clinic, Dr. Cryan is now able to provide exceptional pet care to critters in need!
Since 1979 Dr. Cryan has called Virginia home and is a proud product of the local school system (Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Graduating Class of 1993). His education continued at the University of Virginia where his insatiable curiosity led him to major in biology and minor in history. After graduation he began working toward a Masters in Veterinary Biology at University College Dublin in Ireland and ended that year with first class honors in Applied Medical Biophysics. After relocating back to the states, the Doctor earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM) in Blacksburg, Virginia, a unique school that is partnered with both Virginia Tech and the University of Maryland.
Dr. Cryan began practicing clinical medicine immediately after his 2002 graduation from VMRCVM. He initially worked at Greenwich Animal Hospital in Connecticut and eventually returned to Northern Virginia to work at a small animal hospital in Mclean, Virginia until launching NoVa Mobile Vet in the summer of 2011.
NoVa Mobile Vet, PLLC allows Dr. Cryan to focus his efforts and energy on delivering premier veterinary care right to the front doors of his neighbors in Northern Virginia. Thanks to his mobile pet care hospital, the Doctor will provide exceptional animal care to his customers, regardless of whether they speak, bark, meow or purr.
Dr. Cryan shares his home in Springfield with his high school sweetheart and beloved wife Alicia, their young son and two daughters. In addition, Dr. Cryan has his rescue dog, Loki, and his two cats Sissy and his recently rescued polydactyly orange kitty, Mittens.
Senior Veterinary Assistant
Jim found his passion for veterinary medicine 9 years ago and has not looked back. He joined the NoVa Mobile Vet team in August of 2013 with several years of experience as a veterinary assistant. After many years working in a traditional animal hospital, he enjoys being able to work with dogs and cats in the more relaxed atmosphere that at-home / mobile veterinary care provides. When not working, he enjoys Steelers football, Capitals Hockey (long story, he’ll explain if you ask) good beer, and trips to the beach as often as he can manage.
Bonnie recently started with NMV in July 2015, she has always had a love for animals before she could even walk. Her parents used to take her horseback riding at the age of 2. Bonnie began her career with animals at the age of 13 helping around the barn she rode at. Right out of high school she landed her first official job at a rural vet where she knew this was the path for her. Unfortunately, life had a different plan for her, she went into the human healthcare field and began a family of her own. Here she gained her knowledge of customer service and public relations. But, something was still missing. She went on to get her grooming certificate, she was still missing the animal healthcare field. Now that her kids are starting school, she is now able to work where she wishes, and NMV is the place. Bonnie lives with her husband Steve, their 3 kids, 1 son and 2 daughters along with their old faithful cat Mo, their rescue kitty Churchie Mouse, Labradoodle Bugsy Malone, and recent kitten addition Figaro.
Dr. Alex King
Alex King is a graduate of Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech). He previously worked at Nova Mobile Vet as a veterinary assistant before vet school and is happy to be back with the practice. He loves the ability to see pets and owners interacting in the comfort of their own homes. His interests include dermatology and pain management.
When not working, he enjoys running, hiking, biking, and spending time with his wife, Rebecca, their son, Danny, and their pup Rusty. He also does acupuncture.
Sam Meston (Pic/Bio comming soon!)
Client Care Coordinator/Veterinary Assistant
Kayla recently joined the NMV Team in May 2018 in hopes to gain more experience for her potential future in Veterinary Medicine. She is now a Junior at Va Tech majoring in Animal Poultry Sciences with a Pre-Vet option and a double emphasis in Equine and Poultry. In her free time when she’s not working or going to school she enjoys spending time with her Irish Jack Russell named Lily and the rest of her family. She also loves to play softball, kayak and go swimming whenever she gets the chance.
Vet Assistant/Client Care Coordinator Extraordinaire
Tara recently joined the NMV Team in August 2019. Tara has been involved in veterinary medicine since the age of 12 helping out at spay and neuter clinics and later on decided to become a veterinary assistant and has continued doing that for the past 8 years. She’s worked at several local hospitals but decided to join NMV in August 2019. When not working here, she sells real estate in NoVA, watches Formula 1 races, explores DC, and spends time with her Boxer “Lucky”, Beagle “Diesel”, and longhaired cat “Nova”