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We pride ourselves on being a supportive, caring and reassuring team for pets and their owners, and a trusted partner for General Practice Vets. We offer unrivalled expertise and look after every single pet as if it were our own.

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Our mission

To meet the needs of the patient and their owner by delivering the best care. To embrace true teamwork by assembling a team of the most appropriate clinicians and nurses to provide the best care possible for every pet.

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Our Technicians are caring and compassionate, they act as excellent advocates for patients and owners  making sure all our patients receive the highest standard of care, and their recovery is comfortable and smooth.

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Client Care

We know it’s difficult when your pet requires treatment. That’s why we have a dedicated Client Care team. They’re here to support you at every stage of the process. They’ll make sure you are kept informed at all times.

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Your trip to the veterinarian is almost as educational for you as it is checking out your pet. Besides your many questions and concerns that you may bring with you to the exam room, please bring any relevant health information you have, such as records of vaccinations and deworming. While answering your questions, your veterinarian will likely do the following:

The Clinton Veterinary Hospital advises that all animals undergo an annual health check. This is often carried out at the time of the annual vaccination, although pets who don’t need vaccinations done yet still need to have check-ups to enable early detection of diseases. 

During the annual health check, our vets will examine: 

  1. Eyes for signs of conjunctivitis, tumors, cataracts, and glaucoma.
  2. Ears for signs of infection, irritation, and tumors.
  3. Mouth for signs of dental disease such as gingivitis and periodontitis which can result in tooth loss. Many insurance companies require that pets have regular dental check-ups. Rabbits and guinea pigs can also suffer from overgrown teeth.
  4. Heart for irregularities in the heart beat and murmurs enabling early detection of congestive heart failure and cardiomyopathy, as well as the pulse.
  5. Lungs, for signs of infection and pulmonary congestion and breathing rate.
  6. Abdomen is examined for indications of painful areas or tumors.
  7. Skin and coat are examined for signs of infection, parasites such as fleas, lice, mites, ticks, and tumors. Advice is also given on parasite control using modern effective preparations.
  8. Limbs are examined for causes of lameness, along with indications of arthritis and tumors. Many effective treatments are now available to alleviate the discomfort of osteoarthritis enabling your pets in living an active, pain-free life.
  9. Nails are also cut and anal glands evacuated as required.
  10. Weight of the pet will be measured and their temperature taken.

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Vaccines are products designed to trigger protective immune responses and prepare the immune system to fight future infections from disease-causing agents. Vaccines stimulate the immune system's production of antibodies that identify and destroy disease-causing organisms that enter the body.

  • Vaccinations prevent many pet illnesses.
  • Vaccinations can help avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented.
  • Vaccinations prevent diseases that can be passed between animals and also from animals to people.
  • Diseases prevalent in wildlife, such as rabies and distemper, can infect unvaccinated pets.
  • In many areas, local or state ordinances require certain vaccinations of household pets.

 

 

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  Effective Immediately March 17, 2020 COVID-19 Protocol

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In emergency situations, time may be of the essence. Contact your local veterinarian or emergency hospital immediately if your pet has an urgent healthcare issue such as difficulty urinating, difficulty giving birth, active bleeding, infected wound, difficulty breathing, seizures, or severe vomiting, diarrhea, or coughing.

9414 Brandywine Rd
Clinton
Maryland
20735
United States
(301) 868-1180
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Why Choose Us

  • We’re veterinarian who care!

    It’s a big question, with a simple answer: we’re veterinarian who care. Our philosophy has always been to show animals the care, respect, and compassion that they deserve. Every aspect of our practice speaks to their needs, from the decor to the special way we interact with each pet as an individual.

    We are first and foremost a team of animal lovers, who happen to also possess extraordinary skills in veterinary medicine. As a hospital accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, we demonstrate our commitment and passion for the highest standards of veterinary medicine.

  • Great communication!

    Great communication, to keep you and your family veterinarian apprised of progress. We understand that your pet is a member of the family, and the more informed and comforted you are, the less stressful your experience will be. Our dedication to excellence in both patient outcomes and client experience is unwavering. We all focus on returning your special family members to good health, and we thank you for the trust you have placed in us

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