Belvedere Veterinary Center, founded in Baltimore in 2011, treats dogs and cats from the city and its suburbs. Dr. Elianne Amstalden, DVM owns the American Animal Hospital Association accredited clinic. Dr. Amstalden studied at the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine before receiving her DVM from the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and her practice is accredited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Baltimore, MD(410) 999-3300
Boston Street Animal Hospital, established in 2009, is a Baltimore-based veterinary clinic with patients from all over the city as well as neighboring municipalities. Veterinarian Gregory Burbelo and his team of assistants and technicians perform routine wellness examinations as well as specialized treatments including veterinary surgeries, vaccinations, dental procedures, and emergency care.
Baltimore, MD(410) 522-9090
Camden-Inner Harbor Veterinary Services is a Baltimore clinic helping families in the city and its suburbs. Dr. Johnny Slaughter, who owns the office and serves as its sole veterinary doctor, chiefly works in the areas of preventive and geriatric veterinary medicine. He also practices alternative medicine, including acupuncture.
Baltimore, MD(410) 404-1600
Spouses Dr. Keith Gold and Dr. Ruby Schaupp jointly opened Chadwell Animal Hospital in Abingdon in 2003. Both veterinarians graduated with their DVM degrees from the Ross University’s veterinary medicine program. They are members of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association, and they focus primarily on performing veterinary surgeries.
Abingdon, MD(443) 512-8338
Small animal veterinarians Dr. Kristin Karbonik and Dr. Jessica Eavers opened Charm City Veterinary Hospital in 2011 and have been practicing together as a team for over nine years. Their focus is on providing high-quality personalized care in an array of veterinary fields, from wellness care and routine diagnostics to dentistry and surgery.
Baltimore, MD(443) 873-8431
Chesapeake Veterinary Surgical Specialists, located in Annapolis since 1992, treats pets from Baltimore and other nearby municipalities. Veterinary medical services include orthopedic, soft tissue, and neurological surgeries. Dr. Joseph Prostredny, DVM, who founded the clinic, works alongside his wife, Dr. Krista L. Evans, DVM. Both are board-certified small animal surgeons.
Annapolis, MD(410) 224-0121
At DOC•SIDE Medical Center, located in Baltimore, families can bring their cats and dogs for a variety of veterinary services. Leading the clinic are four qualified veterinary doctors, including Dr. Irvin Herling, a member of the Board of Animal Control who has been practicing small animal medicine since 1972. Human visitors of DOC•SIDE Medical Center praise the staff members’ friendliness and their compassionate, knowledgeable care.
Baltimore, MD(410) 522-0055
Essex Middle River Veterinary Center, which opened in Essex in 1950, treats dogs and cats from Baltimore and other nearby cities. Among the office’s veterinary medical services are behavioral medicine, cytology, endoscopy, and nutritional counseling, as well as more routine procedures, such as dental care and microchipping.
Essex, MD(410) 687-1111
Everhart Veterinary Hospital is a longtime Baltimore veterinary clinic, having provided veterinary care to the area’s companion animals since 1956. Dr. Robert Goodman DVM purchased the clinic from Dr. Fred Everhart, its original owner, in 1992. A graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Goodman has more than 30 years of professional experience. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association.
Baltimore, MD(410) 355-3131
Harborside Mobile Veterinary Clinic, based in Owings Mills, is a pet healthcare service that dispatches veterinary doctors to homes throughout Baltimore County. The business’s focus is providing local pet owners, especially busy professionals, with convenient access to routine veterinary care options. Its selection includes preventive procedures such as vaccinations, heartworm detection, fecal testing, dental cleanings, and diagnostics.
Owings Mills, MD(443) 867-2601
Liberty Animal Clinic, based in Windsor Mill since 1968, works on behalf of pet owners in Baltimore and other nearby municipalities. The office focuses on providing basic wellness services, including vaccinations, microchipping, heartworm and flea control, and spaying/neutering. However, Baltimore-area families can also bring in their cats and dogs for boarding, bathing, nutritional counseling, and compassionate end-of-life care.
Windsor Mill, MD(410) 655-6500
Noah's Ark Veterinary & Boarding Resort, a Millersville-based animal hospital, provides Baltimore Metro companion animals with parasite control, vaccinations, dental care, surgical procedures, and nutritional counseling, among other forms of medical treatment. Dr. Amy Carney and Dr. Karen Hamilton, the hospital’s cat treatment team, are both members of the American Association of Feline Practitioners. The clinic also provides boarding, grooming, and daycare services.
Millersville, MD(410) 969-0100
At Northwind Animal Hospital, Dr. Brad Russ and four associate veterinarians can help Baltimore Metro pets who need dental care, pharmaceuticals, microchipping, or pain management, among other care options. Pet owners can also bring their dogs and cats to the facility for its pet boarding service, which is especially beneficial for canines and felines with specific medicinal and/or nutritional needs. Although primarily working with dogs and cats, Northwind Animal Hospital also accepts avian, equine, and reptilian patients.
Baltimore, MD(410) 668-4806
At Paradise Animal Hospital, which has operated in Catonsville since 1990, companion animals from Baltimore and other neighboring municipalities can receive dental, surgical, and preventive care. The veterinary team consists of seven Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, including Dr. Cheryl Burke, the practice’s founder and owner.
Catonsville, MD(410) 744-4224
Parkville Animal Hospital, established in 1985, is a small animal clinic owned by Baltimore veterinarian Dr. Duane S. Mangini. Dr. Mangini graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing since 1978. He served for several years on John Hopkins School of Health and Public Hygiene’s Animal Care and Use Committee, and he is a member and former president of the Greater Baltimore Veterinary Medical Association.
Baltimore, MD(410) 668-1040
Perry Hall Animal Hospital gives medical care to pets from Baltimore and the surrounding areas. Dr. Tara Klimovitz, the office’s owner and medical director, received her DVM from Ross University. She focuses on providing alternative health care services, such as stem cell and laser therapies. Additionally, Dr. Klimovitz is certified in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy, qualifying her to work with pets who have neurological and orthopedic medical issues, as well as animals who are recovering from surgery.
Baltimore, MD(410) 256-4888
Pulaski Veterinary Clinic, which began in 1952 as a pet boarding facility, has given veterinary medical care to Baltimore Metro pets since 1974. The office’s services include preventive medicine, diagnostics, dentistry, vaccinations, and a range of surgeries. Dr. Ann Vander Veen, who joined the clinic in 1987, now owns it and serves as its leading veterinarian.
Baltimore, MD(410) 686-6310
Dr. Sue Reiter purchased Rosedale Animal Hospital, a Baltimore-based small animal medical center, in 2004. Dr. Reiter, a 1988 alumna of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, has focused especially on providing care to geriatric pets. She is also experienced in pain management, internal medicine, and soft tissue surgery. The facility includes a pharmacy, surgical and dental care suites, and an infectious disease ward. Families who are going on vacation can bring their pets to the clinic’s on-site boarding kennels.
Baltimore, MD(410) 866-6100
The Village Vet has been practicing in the greater Baltimore community since 2005. Its services include wellness care, surgical treatments, oncology, and diagnostics. The practice is owned by Dr. Robert Berry, who received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, and now has more than 35 years of professional experience. The Village Vet partners with Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter, Inc., as well as Pets for Patriots.
Baltimore, MD(410) 367-8111
Westview Animal Hospital is a private practice led by Baltimore veterinarian Dr. Frederic M. Cohen. Dr. Cohen is a 1984 alumnus of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, and he purchased Westview Animal Hospital in 2001.
Baltimore, MD(410) 744-4800