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CURBSIDE PROTOCOL: PLEASE CALL US AT 410-367-8111 WHEN YOU ARRIVE IN THE PARKING LOT. A TECHNICIAN WILL GATHER INFORMATION, BRING YOUR PET INTO THE HOSPITAL FOR THE EXAM/TREATMENTS THEN THE DOCTOR WILL CALL YOU. PLEASE REMAIN IN THE PARKING LOT FOR THE DURATION OF YOUR PET'S EXAM.

Welcome to Village Vet Baltimore Animal Hospital

Our experienced and dedicated Baltimore veterinarians see to it that your pets in Baltimore and nearby Mount Washington get the quality veterinary care they deserve, whether it is routine care or more of an emergency situation.

Routine Veterinary Care from Veterinarians in Baltimore

Whether you have a dog, a cat, or multiple pets including those with scales or feathers your pet's health is important to you and to us at Village Vet Baltimore Animal Hospital. Our practice is headed by our owner and veterinarian Dr. Robert Berry as well as two other Baltimore veterinarians and supportive staff that can take care of your pet's needs from the well pet visits, to required and supplemental vaccinations to spay and neuter surgery that will help keep them healthy and strong.

Mission Statement

To provide compassionate care to pets and their owners and ensure that each of our patients are provided with the highest quality of life possible. We take the time to educate our clients in Mt. Washington, Baltimore and the surrounding areas. Our clients are much more informed which creates a lasting and comfortable environment for pets. We like to pass on our mindset and values to our clients. This means cats, dogs or other pets will lead a much more comfortable and lasting life.

Emergency Care for Your Baltimore Pets

Of course, emergencies don't always happen at convenient times, and should you run into one outside our hours it may be comforting to know that we maintain strong relationships with the local vet emergency services of EVC in Catonsville as well as Pet ER in Towson for critical care needs. NO matter which veterinarian handles your pet's immediate emergency, quality follow up care with your regular Baltimore veterinarian is necessary to assure the best recovery for your pet.


Contact Our Local Baltimore Veterinarian for an Appointment Today

At Village Vet Baltimore Animal Hospital, we believe that every pet should get the veterinary care they need, and we accept a variety of payment methods to assure that pet owners have the options they need include cash payments, credit cards, pet insurance, and CareCredit. To learn more about our veterinarians in Baltimore, or to schedule an appointment, contact us at 410-367-8111 or hospitalstaff@baltimorevet.net to schedule an appointment.

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