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 animal 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.
We want your dogs, cats, puppies and kittens to be healthy, happy and full of life. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions about pet care.
Skilled Veterinarian Services
Dogs, cats and other animals all need regular visits to a Veterinarian to ensure good health and a long life. Abbey Animal Hospital provides skilled veterinary services including wellness exams, dental care, microchipping, senior care, surgery, pain management, vaccinations and much more for your pet.
Money Saving Discounts for Your Dogs, Cats, Puppies & Kittens
Abbey Animal Hospital offers many money saving discounts:
- Military Discounts 5% OFF
- Senior Citizen Discount 5% OFF
- Pet Care Rewards (call us today to find out more!)
Discounts For Veterans and Seniors
We know you have a lot of animal Vet choices in the Baltimore area for your dog or cat. Please give us a try. If you are a senior citizen or active duty military person we offer a regular discount of 5% Off each visit.
Pet Behavioral Medicine
Dogs and cats can have a wide variety of behavioral issues, from simple house training problems to severe anxiety and aggression issues. Our veterinarians are well qualified and experienced in diagnosing and addressing behavior problems with an approach that combines skills from clinical medicine, behavioral medicine, and pet training. See more below at Pet Behavioral Medicine.
Pet Dental Care
Abbey Animal Hospital provides full service pet dental care for dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes. Why is this important you ask? Dental hygiene is an important part of your dog's or cat's health because dental disease can be associated with other serious health problems such as heart and kidney disease. Even if you think your pet's teeth and gums are fine, it's important to have them checked regularly by a veterinarian. See more information below by clicking: Dental Care
Dog & Cat Pet Microchips
Your dog or cat needs a microchip! Six to eight million lost pets enter U.S. animal shelters each year. Our pets are family. Protect your dog or cat from loss or theft by having a simple, low cost microchip placed in them. It's almost painless and sits comfortably under the skin. If your dog or cat is lost, local animal shelters and vets can scan them for this chip and bring them home to you. See more information below by clicking: Microchipping
Pet Euthanasia & Hospice Services
Losing a beloved pet is never easy and decisions are hard when your pet is sick or in great pain. Abbey Animal Hospital offers both pet euthanasia & hospice services. If you have a sick, elderly, or terminally ill pet that is suffering, please call us to learn how we can help. See more information below by clicking: Hospice and Euthanasia Services.
Pet Nutritional Counseling
Pet nutrition can be very confusing for the average dog and cat owner. There are numerous choices for dog and cat food and quality varies greatly from brand to brand. Our vets and staff can answer all of your pet nutrition questions and make healthy recommendations for your cherished family member. See more information below by clicking: Nutrition Couseling
Pain Management for Pets
Our animal hospital makes great efforts for pet pain management. Recognizing and alleviating pain in your dog or cat is so important to our team. We don't take pain management for granted and will employ all of our skills to help ensure your pet's comfort and well-being. Learn More: See more information below by clicking: Pain Management
Fleas, Ticks & Heartworm in Dogs and Cats
Keeping fleas, ticks and heartworms away from your dog or cat is crucial. These parasites can cause serious illness and even kill your pets if not treated. Heartworms and Lyme disease caused by ticks are especially dangerous pet parasites that we look out for. With regular checkups and low cost preventative measures your pets will be free of these nasty creatures. See more information below by clicking: Parasite Prevention Control
Pet Radiology (X-Rays)
X-rays, also called radiology, are painless, safe, and non-invasive photographs that look inside your dog or cat's body to uncover problems or dangers. This valuable tool uses only low doses of radiation and is safe for all cats, dogs, puppies, kittens and even pregnant females. Our radiology team are well-trained, skilled professionals who provide state-of-the-art care with compassion and expertise. See more information below by clicking: Radiology (X-rays)
Senior Pet Care
Do you have a senior pet? Dogs and cats age faster than people and are considered "seniors" at around 7 years of age. Just as our health care needs change as we age, your pet's health care needs also change. Nutritional needs, exercise habits, and many aspects of your pet's daily routine can change as well. With regular wellness exams your senior pet gets the checkups, blood work and testing to keep them healthy long into their golden years. See more information below by clicking: Senior Care.
We are happy to say that one of the advanced tools we use for your pets is Diagnostic Ultrasound. Ultrasound images generate excellent images of abdominal organs, including the liver, spleen, gallbladder, and kidneys. It is also useful for assessing fetal health and pregnancy in breeding animals, and it can help us diagnose and evaluate some forms of cancer. Learn More: See more information below by clicking: Ultrasound.
Did you know that vaccinations have saved millions of pets and virtually eliminated some fatal diseases that were once common? Some vaccines such as rabies are required by law for every pet. Others such as Distemper or Bordetella /Kennel Cough should be discussed with your veterinarian. Vaccinations are very affordable and an important part of your pet's health. See more information below by clicking: Vaccinations.
Pet Wellness Exams
Whether your pet is a youngster, "senior citizen", or any age in between, wellness examinations provide an excellent opportunity for us to conduct a thorough physical examination and develop a health profile for your dog or cat. This information will help us identify medical problems and any other issues that can affect your pet's health and quality of life. See more information below by clicking: Wellness Exams