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Howard County Animal Hospital
Dog & Cat Medical, Surgical & Dental Services. Evening/Saturday Hours.
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Questions to Ask A Veterinarian

If you have a new pet or have recently moved into a new area you will need to locate the services of a good vet. As a member of your family, you want to locate a clinic that ensures high quality care. Here are a few of the questions you will want to ask potential caregivers before making your selection.

  • Do you specialize in certain types of animals?
    While some vets see primarily domestic animals, others specialize in exotic animals such as lizards or other reptiles. They may hold special qualifications in the care of birds or in large animal care such as for horses.

  • What hours are care available?
    In addition to regular office hours, a quality doctor's office will make provisions for after hours care. They may have someone on call or be able to refer you to a 24 hour emergency clinic.

  • Are you equipped to meet a variety of healthcare needs?
    Is the office you are investigating primarily set up for dispensing medicine and routine exams or are they capable of more complex care? Can surgery and X-Rays be performed in house or will they refer you to a hospital?

  • Can you offer me references of other pet owners who have used your services?
    Personal references from clients who have used office, hospital, or emergency services are one of the most reliable sources of information for you and the best form of advertisement for the provider. Talking with another patient should give you an idea of the way the office functions from routine medicines to more serious situations.
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    Make sure your pets are happy and healthy with help from our local Laurel area veterinarians. Make an appointment with our exceptional veterinarians to see how we can help your pets.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   VETERINARIANS IN/NEAR LAUREL
    Jd Warford, Dvm-House Call Vet Write review for this local business
    Po Box 1101, Laurel, MD 20725
    (240) 460-9642  
    House call veterinarian serving the local area. Please call for appt or more information, this is not an emergency service. If you have an emergency, please call your nearest emergency hospital.
    College Park Animal Hospital
    1 review: *****
    9717 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740
    (301) 441-2547 Write review for this local business

    "My cat's failure was missed by one of the vets at College Park AH. The head vet presented unconvincing explanations, and when we wanted straight answers, turned nasty. He disallowed us to walk dogs that our rescue boarded there, leaving these dogs in cages 24/7. When two cats were abandoned at the clinic, the head vet ordered them picked up by animal control on a day that the shelter was full. And ..."
    Brentwood Animal Hospital
    1 review: *****
    3900 Rhode Island Ave, Brentwood, MD 20722
    (301) 864-3164 Write review for this local business

    "Nice vet right on RI avenue, offers early check in and has a yard for exercising my dogs when I board them. Since it is a converted house it is a bit tight for space inside and thus can seem cluttered and crowded with two clients, two largish patients, the vet and an assistant in the exam room. ..."
    Lakeside Veterinary Center Write review for this local business
    8693 Cherry Ln, Laurel, MD 20707
    (301) 498-8387  
    Banfield Pet Hospital Write review for this local business
    13600 Baltimore Ave Ste 160, Laurel, MD 20707
    (301) 604-1414  
    Animal Eye Care Write review for this local business
    8675 Cherry Ln, Laurel, MD 20707
    (301) 362-5252  
    Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    7515 Brooklyn Bridge Rd, Laurel, MD 20707
    (301) 776-7744  
    Ronald L Buchanan DVM Write review for this local business
    15543 Old Columbia Pike, Burtonsville, MD 20866
    (301) 421-9200  
    Burtonsville Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    15543 Old Columbia Pike, Burtonsville, MD 20866
    (301) 421-9200  
    Beltsville Veterinary Hospital Write review for this local business
    4246 Powder Mill Rd, Beltsville, MD 20705
    (301) 937-3020  
    Mary M Prowell DVM Write review for this local business
    4246 Powder Mill Rd, Beltsville, MD 20705
    (301) 937-3020  
    Tinetti Fredric Write review for this local business
    11457 Harding Rd, Laurel, MD 20723
    (301) 490-6640  
    Tanya Martof DVM Write review for this local business
    4246 Powder Mill Rd, Beltsville, MD 20705
    (301) 937-3020  
    Vets One Hundred Write review for this local business
    11785 Beltsville Dr, Beltsville, MD 20705
    (301) 306-6752  
    Brenner Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    10100 Washington Blvd N, Laurel, MD 20723
    (301) 725-5400  
    Maryland Veterinary Group LLC Write review for this local business
    3600 Laurel Fort Meade Rd, Laurel, MD 20724
    (301) 725-9555  
    James Casey DVM Write review for this local business
    8301 Frostwood Dr, Laurel, MD 20724
    (301) 725-4371  
    Marymont Animal Hospital Inc Write review for this local business
    24 Randolph Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20904
    (301) 384-1223  
    John C Meyer DVM Write review for this local business
    24 Randolph Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20904
    (301) 384-1223  
    Banfield The Pet Hospital Write review for this local business
    9041 Snowden Square Dr, Columbia, MD 21046
    (410) 312-0677  
    Jeffrey D Whall DVM Write review for this local business
    12711 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring, MD 20904
    (301) 622-2115  
    Fairland Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    12711 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring, MD 20904
    (301) 622-2115  
    Briggs Chaney Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    13850 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring, MD 20904
    (301) 989-2226  

    Some men and women work as veterinarians. Since many people have house pets these days, there is certainly a demand for animal doctors and pet hospitals. This can be a fun and rewarding line of work to say the least. After all, you get to work with all kinds of cats, birds, dogs, and exotic animals at times. Depending on who your clients or customers are, you may even work with mice, lizards, rabbits, and hamsters. If you choose to work as a veterinarian, you will likely have an assistant or two that handle some of the responsibilities when it comes to animal exams, shots, x-rays, and stool sample tests.

    There is a specific veterinarian degree needed in order to become an animal doctor in this field. Therefore you must first complete the schooling and training involved. This way you will know how to handle sick or diseased cats, dogs, birds, and other pets. At times, you may even need to work with horses. A lot just depends on the pet clinic or animal hospital you work for, and what services you offer. Often if you need to assist a horse, you need to go to the animal’s home. On a separate note, some veterinarians work in 24 hour emergency clinics. This way you can provide medicine or perform a surgery at any time in order to help a dog, frog, hamster, or rabbit.

    Depending on the type of veterinarian you are, you may treat some animals with holistic medicines as well. A lot also depends on the pet owner, and what type of routine care or emergency procedure is needed.



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