About Us

About Piedmont Pets Veterinary Care

Serving Warrenton, VA & Beyond

Piedmont Pets Veterinary Care is a full-service veterinary practice located in Warrenton, VA. Founded in 2003, our office serves pet owners and their beloved companions from Fauquier County and beyond. Our goal is to exceed expectations with each and every interaction we have with our valued clients and patients.

Being a family-owned business, we provide the highest standard of veterinary medicine with exceptional and empathetic client service. Our Comprehensive Services are designed to meet the complete care needs of each patient that we serve, from routine wellness care to advanced diagnostics and complex surgical services.

To learn more about our caring team, vet services, or to schedule an appointment, call us today at (540) 349-7200. We also encourage you to check out our photo gallery!

We offer a complete range of veterinary services, including Digital Dental X-ray, laser therapy, digital x-rays, flea and tick control, dietary counseling, dentistry, regular health check ups, vaccinations and more. We strive to provide exceptional service by partnering with our clients in pet wellness and optimal care. Together with you, our team will develop the best treatment plan for the overall health and well-being of your pet.

Piedmont Pets takes great pride in the professionalism and compassion of our staff. Actively involved in community activities and humanitarian efforts, we are also proud to share that we are a green, environmentally-friendly facility.

Meet Our Team

Dr. Christopher Grams

Dr. Grams is a long resident of Virginia, who has been engaged in veterinary medicine since 2001. He currently resides in Warrenton. Dr. Grams joined Piedmont Pets Veterinary Care in 2017. He is very excited to be practicing veterinary medicine in his local community.

Dr. Grams completed his undergraduate studies at Virginia Tech earning a degree in Animal and Poultry Science with an equine emphasis. He later went on complete his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Before becoming a Veterinarian he worked as a veterinary assistant and also as an EMT.

Over the years, Dr. Grams has learned that client communication is one of the most important parts of veterinary medicine. Without accurate information he feels an owner cannot be an advocate for the best interests of their pets. He also has a strong interest in cardiology, wound repair, and geriatric patients.
When not practicing, Dr. Grams enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 children. He has a dog, cat, red-eared slider turtle, and loads of chickens.