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We will be closed for Thanksgiving.
If you have an emergency please go to your nearest EVC (see links at the bottom of this page).
We will re-op for normal business hours on
Friday, Nov. 24, 2017.
We will once again be a Drop-site for Toys For Tots.
We will be collecting from Nov. 1st to Dec. 1st (it's early to be sure all the toys are distributed on time).
The box will be in our lobby. New, unwrapped toys only. THANKS!!!
3900 Ten Oaks Road
Glenelg, Maryland 21737
(443) 535-9257 Office (443) 535-9259 Fax
Thank You to our wonderful clients for Voting us One of The Best of Howard County.
2016 Honorable Mention
Need a RX refill? Give us a call (443) 535-9257. We require 24 hours for prescription refills. Prescriptions are filled Monday-Friday. See our online store for our full list of prescriptions delivered to your front door.
We currently have both of the Canine Influenza (CIV) vaccines in stock.
Talk to your Veterinarian to see if your dog is at risk for H3N8 or H3N2.
If you have an Emergency after hours please click the links below:
We are open for appointments during normal business hours.
Doctors arrive at 9 am.
The clinic will be CLOSED on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
We close early on both Christmas and New Year's Eve this year.
We are an AAHA accredited Hospital
(Please note that ePet Health and MyVetStoreOnline are run by a 3rd parties.)
We are proud to announce that we
are participating in this study.
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