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Belvedere Veterinary Center

The Belvedere Veterinary Center opened its doors to pets in Baltimore and the surrounding area in 2011. The clinic is owned by Dr. Elianne Amstalden, who is a veterinarian and a member of the American Animal Hospital Association.

Dr. Amstalden earned her DVM from the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine after first attending the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has a D.O.A.-accredited practice and belongs to the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Camden-Inner Harbor Veterinary Services

Camden-Inner Harbor Veterinary Services is a facility in Baltimore that serves both city dwellers and those living in the surrounding communities. Dr. Johnny Slaughter, the clinic’s owner, and lone veterinarian focuses mostly on preventative and geriatric care for animals. He also dabbles with acupuncture and other forms of complementary treatment.

Chadwell Animal Hospital

Spouses In 2003, Drs. Keith Gold and Ruby Schaupp launched Chadwell Animal Hospital in Abingdon. Both doctors of veterinary medicine earned their doctoral degrees from Ross University. They are largely focused on veterinary surgeries and are members of both the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association.

Charm City Veterinary Hospital

After working together for almost nine years, Drs. Kristin Karbonik and Jessica Eavers launched Charm City Veterinary Hospital in 2011. From preventative medicine and basic diagnostics to dental work and surgical procedures, they offer comprehensive, high-quality care in all areas of veterinary medicine.

Chesapeake Veterinary Surgical Specialists

Pets from Baltimore and the surrounding areas have been brought to Chesapeake Veterinary Surgical Specialists in Annapolis since it opened in 1992. Surgery on bones, muscles, and nerves are all part of the range of treatments provided by veterinarians. Both Dr. Joseph Prostredny and Dr. Krista L. Evans are veterinarians; Dr. Joseph Prostredny started the clinic. Both of these doctors are specially trained to operate on pets.

DOC•SIDE Medical Center

Pet owners in the Baltimore area have access to a wide range of veterinarian care options at DOC•SIDE Medical Center. The clinic’s leadership team consists of four highly trained veterinarians, including Dr. Irvin Herling, a Board of Animal Control member who has been providing veterinary care for small animals since 1972.

Human patients who have sought care at DOC•SIDE Medical Center have praised the personnel for being both kind and helpful.

Essex Middle River Veterinary Center

The Essex Middle River Veterinary Center has been providing veterinary care to pets in the Baltimore area since 1950. Dentistry, microchipping, and regular medical procedures including cytology, endoscopy, and nutritional counseling are also available at the clinic.

Everhart Veterinary Hospital

Everhart Veterinary Hospital has been around since 1956, making it one of the oldest veterinary hospitals in Baltimore. In 1992, Dr. Robert Goodman DVM bought the clinic from its founder, Dr. Fred Everhart.

Dr. Goodman has been practicing veterinary medicine for almost 30 years and is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He belongs to the AVMA as well as the MVMA (Veterinary Medical Association of Maryland).

Noah’s Ark Veterinary & Boarding Resort

Parasite control, immunizations, dental care, surgical operations, and nutritional counseling are just some of the services offered by Noah’s Ark Veterinary & Boarding Resort, a Millersville-based animal hospital serving the Baltimore Metro area.

The hospital’s cat treatment team includes Drs. Amy Carney and Karen Hamilton, of whom are active members of the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Boarding, grooming, and daycare are all available at the clinic.

Paradise Animal Hospital

Since its opening in 1990, Paradise Animal Hospital in Catonsville has provided dental, surgical, and preventative care for pets in Baltimore and the surrounding areas. Dr. Cheryl Burke, the owner and founder of the clinic, is one of seven veterinarians who work there.

Parkville Animal Hospital

In 1985, Dr. Duane S. Mangini opened Parkville Animal Hospital, a small animal clinic in Baltimore. Dr. Mangini has been in practice since 1978, after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine.

He is a member and previous president of the Greater Baltimore Veterinary Medical Association and has served for numerous years on the Animal Care and Use Committee at Johns Hopkins School of Health and Public Hygiene.

Perry Hall Animal Hospital

Pets in need of medical attention can visit Perry Hall Animal Hospital, which serves the greater Baltimore area. The practice’s owner and medical director, Dr. Tara Klimovitz, is a veterinarian with a DVM from Ross University.

Her primary area of expertise is complementary and alternative medicine, specifically stem cell and laser therapy. Dr. Klimovitz also has a certification in canine rehabilitation therapy, which allows her to treat pets with neurological and orthopedic disorders and those who have just undergone surgery.

Rosedale Animal Hospital

Rosedale Animal Hospital is a veterinary clinic for small animals in Baltimore, and in 2004 Dr. Sue Reiter bought it. A graduate of Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988, Dr. Reiter has dedicated her career to caring for elderly animals. She is also skilled in internal medicine, soft-tissue surgery, and pain treatment.

There is a pharmacy, operating rooms, a dentistry clinic, and a special ward for people with contagious diseases. The clinic also has boarding kennels for pets whose owners are going to be away for an extended period.

The Village Vet

Since 2005, The Village Vet has served clients in and around Baltimore. Health maintenance, surgical care, cancer, and diagnostics are all part of the menu of offerings. Veterinarian Robert Berry, DVM, DABVP, has been in practice for over 35 years and is the clinic’s owner. The Village Vet collaborates with Pets for Patriots and the Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter, Inc.



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