Countryside Veterinary Clinic has been voted the "Best of Howard County" since 2006 by Howard Magazine and was voted by the Washingtonian Magazine as one of the top veterinary practices in Maryland! What an honor! Thank you to all of our clients for your continued support of our hospital. We are committed to staying abreast of the latest veterinary knowledge by traveling across the country to attend the most current and respected meetings. We take pride in that we provide a full-service veterinary practice in our state-of-the-art facility. We provide medical, dental, ultrasound, laser, oncology and advanced surgical care, and even Stem-Cell therapy. We also provide grooming and boarding services for our clients. We feed, recommend and provide trusted pet foods and carefully researched and selected veterinary products. We promote responsible pet ownership and preventative health care. We serve our community through scout tours of our veterinary hospital, career days and high school mentor programs. Countryside Veterinary Clinic strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Howard County, MD and surrounding areas. Please take a moment to take an on-line tour of our hospital, call us at 410 461-2400, or stop by so we can meet you and your pet or to tour our facility.
Countryside Veterinary Clinic, established in 1988, is a well-equipped and progressive small animal and exotic practice dedicated to provide excellent quality medical care. Client education is a priority at our clinic. Our veterinarians, certified technicians and support staff are always willing to answer questions concerning health care for your animals. Our state-of-the-art hospital with in-house blood machines, radiology, laser therapy, ultrasound, and endoscopy allows us to enjoy challenging cases such as orthopedics, oncology, exploratories, thyroidectomies, cruciates, dermatology, lameness etc. If necessary, we refer cases to area veterinary specialists. We also now offer Stem-Cell therapy!
Boarding and grooming services are also available. We support our community by visiting schools, summer camps, and disabled individuals. We offer tours of our clinic to scout troops and schools upon request and we remain active in the high school mentor program.