Welcome to Fullerton Animal Hospital in Baltimore
From routine pet vaccinations to advanced pet surgery, our Baltimore vet team here at Fullerton Animal Hospital is committed to keeping your pets active and healthy for life.
Our experienced team provides comprehensive veterinary care services for pets living in the Baltimore area. Dr. Bob Brown, owner of Fullerton Animal Hospital since 1995, leads our team of experienced veterinarians: Dr. Cary Labrenz, Dr. Rebecca Fraser, Dr. Teri Unger, Dr. Kelly Castano and Dr. Christine Davies. Our entire vet team is committed to treating your pets like the valued family members they are. We proudly provide an elevated level of personalized service and attention that makes us stand out from other vets in Baltimore.
Pet Wellness Exams in Baltimore
We recommend bringing your Baltimore pet in for a wellness visit annually to assess your pet’s overall health and help catch complications or diseases promptly for more effective treatment.
Plaque buildup and tartar isn’t just a problem for humans. Your dog or cat needs dentistry care just as much as you do! Bring your pet in for a professional cleaning to help prevent oral lesions, gingivitis and other dental problems.
Pet vaccinations are essential for your dog or cat’s wellbeing. Our Baltimore veterinary hospital offers the full puppy and kitten shot series as well as vaccine boosters to keep your pet healthy and active into his golden years.
According to the American Humane Society, one-third of house pets become lost at some point during their life. Pet microchipping can help reunite lost pets with their families.
From routine spay and neuter procedures to complex orthopedic surgeries, our veterinarian skills and precise surgical techniques make Fullerton Animal Hospital one of the safest places to have pet surgery performed.
Anesthesia keeps pets comfortable and pain-free during surgery, leading to better surgical control and success. We want your pet to receive the best and kindest care possible, so we carefully administer anesthesia before performing pet surgery.
Compared to traditional film X-rays, digital X-rays are larger and more accurate. Our veterinary care team uses these images to understand your pet’s injuries and pursue the correct treatment option.
Our pet nutrition program helps dog and cat owners in Baltimore cater to their pets’ unique nutrition needs and learn which foods are best to meet these needs.
Skin diseases are one of the most common reasons to visit the vet. If your pet is scratching, licking and chewing at an irritated spot, bring him to Fullerton Animal Hospital for pet dermatology services.
Emergency Pet Services
If your pet experiences a life-threatening emergency or has a critical issue after hours, don’t delay care! Instead, call our vet clinic immediately for referrals to trusted local emergency veterinary hospitals.
Contact Our Veterinary Hospital in Baltimore
To take advantage of our many veterinarian services, please contact Fullerton Animal Hospital onlineor call (410) 665-6996 today.