Abbey Animal Hospital

Abbey Animal Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland provides vet care for your dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. We are located in Perry Hall on Belair Road.

If you are in the Perry Hall area and need a skilled Vet we hope you will consider Abbey Animal Hospital on Belair Road. Our veterinary hospital has been treating dogs, cats, puppies and kittens since 1981. We have many services to offer that can help your pet live a long and healthy life.

Your Family Vet on Belair Road in Perry Hall / Baltimore

Abbey Animal Hospital is conveniently located at 8858 Belair Road in Baltimore, Maryland. Our vet hospital is in Perry Hall, near the intersection of Joppa Road and Belair Road. We are close to the Baltimore communities of White Marsh, Carney, Parkville and Nottingham.  Maps & Directions.

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  • Monday Tuesday and Thursday - 8:00am-7:00pm
  • Wednesday 8:00am-6:00pm
  • Fri 8:ooam-5:oopm
  • Sat 8:00am-12pm , Sun: Closed
  • After Hours Care: Animal ER Hospital 410-420-7297
  • James R. Orrell, DVM

    Dr. James Orrell is a Baltimore native.  He is a graduate of Dulaney Senior High School and Western Maryland College.  He graduated from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cum Laude, in 1978.  Dr. Orrell returned to Baltimore in 1981.

     Dr.Orrell has 37 years of experience as a Veterinarian and is dedicated to his profession. He considers his patients and their owners to be members of his family. He is very proud to note that the children of many long standing clients now also bring their pets to him for care.

    Dr. Orrell lives in Kingsville, Maryland, with his wife, Jane, two sons, Hunter & Dylan, and his black Labrador Retriever, Pearl.  His special interest include soft tissue surgery and veterinary dentistry.  Dr. Orrell enjoys kayaking, bicycling, and fishing. Dr. Orrell is also an MG enthusiast.  

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1980
    Education:
    DVM from University of Georgia
    Interests:
    Soft Tissue Surgery, veterinary dentistry
  • John (Jay) Kluttz, BVSC

    Dr. John (Jay) Kluttz BVSC., a Baltimore native from Middle River, has been in practice since 2008. He initiallly completed his undergraduate Biology degree at St. Mary's College in southern Maryland, then moved down under to New Zealand to study veterinary medicine at Massey  University. After graduating from vet school, Dr. Kluttz spent 4 years working as a mixed animal veterian in the picturesque New Zealand countryside, treating cows, sheep, dogs, cats and the occasional horse. He met his wife Sonia, a New Zealand native , and adopted 2 rescue cats- Claus and Alex. In 2012, the four of them returned to Baltimore to lay down roots, and Dr. Kluttz switched to working exclusively in small animal practice taking up a job in Dundalk until joining the Abbey Animal Hospital family in November 2015. When Dr. Kluttz is not tending to animals at the hospital, he enjoys working on classic cars, watching classic movies and playing with the new addition to the family , Penny the rambunctious standard poodle! 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2008
    Education:
    BVSC from Massey University
    Interests:
    soft tissue surgery, classic cars
  • Dr. Terry Maskol, DVM

    Baltimore born and raised, Dr Terry Maskol graduated from Towson High School. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland, and earned his veterinary degree from the University of Georgia ( where he first met Dr. Jim Orrell). After graduating , returned to Baltimore , where he has practiced small animal medicine for over 35 years. He and his wife, Cindy, live in Glen Arm and have been married for 28 years. They have four children ( all with four legs). Terry is an avid bicyclist, and a member of Baltimore Bicycling Club. He enjoys gardening, Marx Brothers movies ( Cindy does not), and has a love -hate relationship with British cars!
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1979
    Education:
    DVM at University Of Georgia
  • Leah

    Leah has been at Abbey Animal Hospital since January 2014 and brings with her over 15 years of experience in Veterinary Medicine. She has proved to be a valuable asset to our hospital and a very competent technician who truly cares about her patients and takes pride in her job. Leah is currently Abbey's Head Veterinary Technician. Leah is a native to the Parkville area and graduated from Catholic High School. She also holds a BS Degree in Nursing from the University Of Maryland School Of Nursing.

    Leah currently resides in Perryman with her husband, Brent, and their 12 year old son Gavin.  They share their home with a rescued Rottweiler named Nitis, her special needs Beagle/lab mix named Kaden, 7 cats, Simba,  Bullseye,  Ellie, Keanie, Sapphire, Density and Sitrus 2 rabbits Ozzy and Fatty Moo,  and fish. In her spare time she enjoys hiking in Loch Raven with her dogs, go to the driving range with her son Gavin and husband Brent,vacationing in the Outer banks and watching Ravens football games. 

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1999
    Education:
    BS Nursing
    Interests:
    Hiking and spending time with her family
  • Franny

    Franny started at Abbey Animal Hospital in 2014 as a kennel assistant and has moved up the chains to become an important part of the team, were she is now a valuable tech. Franny currently is attending CCBC Essex and majoring in the veterinary technician program. 
    Franny shares her home with her lab/pit mix Brooks and rescued cat Marcus. In her spare time she enjoys dancing and spending time outdoors. 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2014
    Education:
    High School Diploma
    Interests:
    Dance