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For over 245 dog years, The Village Vet has served Baltimore and the adjoining neighborhood of Mount Washington. While the technology has improved and changed, The Village Vets Mission has stayed the same. We like to think we are more than just your standard animal hospital in Baltimore. We are focused solely on the health and wellness of your pet.
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.
Size us up.
We’re not the largest animal hospital in Baltimore or Mt. Washington. We are interested in building a long term relationship with you and your cat, dog or other pet so that they get the care they deserve. In turn our pet parent’s receive the care needed to build a healthy pet relationship experience. While we are based in Baltimore we have satisfied pets drag their pet parents back to our veterinary clinic from all over only to leave with a smile on their face time and time again.
At The Village Vet, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Robert Berry
1620 Sulgrave Avenue
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1620 Sulgrave Avenue Baltimore, MD
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