Providing Pet Care to Dogs & Cats & More in Frederick County
At Village Vet of Urbana, we specialize in veterinary services for dogs and cats. We provide everything you would expect from an animal hospital (and more!). Our unwavering commitment to you and your furry companions plus our level of veterinary expertise make Village Vet of Urbana one of the best animal hospitals in the region!
Looking for veterinary services near Frederick, Urbana, or Ijamsville? Contact us to schedule an appointment at our animal hospital!
Vaccinations, Pet Nutrition, Flea & Tick Prevention & More!
We want your pet to stay happy and healthy, which is why we offer general pet health care. These services include:
- Dental Care
- Emergency and Intensive Care
- Spaying and Neutering
- Veterinary Surgery
- Wellness Plans
- And more!
To learn about all the ways Village Vet of Urbana can help your pet in Frederick County, contact us today!
Pet Dental Care in Maryland
As many as 80% of dogs and 70% of cats develop oral disease symptoms by the time they turn three years old. With preventative pet dental care at Village Vet of Urbana, you can make sure your family pet isn’t among these statistics!
Our pet dentistry services include preventative cleaning, polishing, fluoride treatments, oral exams, periodontal care, digital dental X-rays, and tooth extractions.
Emergency Veterinary Care
When you fear your pet’s life is at risk or an emergency situation arises, call us at (301) 228-0681 for emergency veterinary care in Urbana, MD.
Intensive Care for Pets
Whether your pet suddenly develops a serious illness or succumbs to an injury, we offer the veterinary intensive care your dog or cat needs. We offer the following services in our veterinary ICU:
- Pet surgery
- Animal hospitalization
- Treatment for injuries, illnesses, and life-threatening diseases
Spaying & Neutering in Urbana
Spaying and neutering your pets is very important for the health of your pets. When it comes time to spay or neuter, know that the veterinary care professionals at Village Vet of Urbana can offer a safe, stress-free operation for your family pet.
We have over two decades of veterinary surgery experience, including more than 3,000 spay and neuter procedures under our belt.
Schedule your pets’ spay or neuter appointment at our animal hospital in Urbana, MD!
Pet Vaccinations in Urbana
Protect your furry friend against communicable diseases with pet vaccinations at Village Vet of Urbana. We offer vaccines for:
- Bordetella (kennel cough)
- Canine and feline distemper
- Canine influenza
- Feline leukemia
- And more
Pet Wellness Care in Frederick County, MD
Preventative pet care helps your dog or cat stay happy and healthy. Our wellness vet services include:
- Annual physicals
- Pet nutrition counseling
- General pet health advice
- Heartworm prevention
- Flea and tick prevention
- Puppy and kitten care
- Senior pet care
- And more!
No matter what your pet needs, we can help! When you’re looking for a full-service veterinarian in Urbana, Frederick, or surrounding areas, contact Village Vet of Urbana!
Village Vet of Urbana—Professional Animal Care for Pets in Ijamsville, Urbana & More
Schedule Veterinary Services Today!
Have a concern about your pet’s health? Need to schedule a routine vaccination? Contact Village Vet of Urbana for all your veterinary needs. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about our vet services before your appointment.
Village Vet of Urbana aims to please pet owners who want to make the best choices for their pets and who want to work with a veterinary practice that shares their values. Above all, Village Vet of Urbana is built around our people. Our staff is highly experienced, motivated, and caring. We combine knowledge, expertise, and a personal touch that makes our clients and their family pets feel right at home.
Frequently Asked Questions
What pets do you care for?
- We offer veterinary services to pets of all kinds, especially dogs, cats, and pocket pets. You can also call us at (301) 228-0681 for more information about our vet services available for your pet!
How do I schedule a veterinary appointment?
- To schedule veterinary services for your pet, visit our contact page, or call us at 301-228-0681 today!
Do I need an appointment for general veterinary services?
- Appointments are preferred for our veterinary services, but we will try to accommodate walk-ins if time permits.
What veterinary services does your clinic provide?
- We provide a comprehensive selection of veterinary services, from general wellness to intensive care and surgery. Visit our services page to learn more.
How often should my pet have a checkup?
- We recommend that your pet have, at a minimum, an annual veterinary checkup. Our annual veterinary services checkup allows us to perform important tests on your pet to proactively determine whether they have any ailments. Checkups are included in our pet wellness plans, and can save you on future treatment costs and extend your pet’s life.
How often does my pet need blood work performed?
- Your pet should have blood work performed annually as a component of our routine veterinary services. Yearly blood work will help us detect infections or diseases before they become serious—providing for more effective treatment. Learn more about veterinary diagnostics here.
Does my indoor pet need heartworm prevention medication?
- Yes. A common misconception among pet owners is that if their animal lives exclusively indoors they do not need heartworm prevention medication. Heartworm disease is primarily spread through mosquito bites and mosquitos can enter the house through open windows or as you are entering or exiting the home. In addition, even if your pet lives indoors, it is possible that they may escape through a door accidentally left open or as you are entering or exiting the home.
What vaccinations does my pet need?
- Necessary vaccinations vary by pet species. Below is a list of pet vaccinations that are absolutely necessary for dogs and cats:
- Necessary vaccinations for dogs – Rabies, DAPP, Lyme, Leptospirosis and Bordetella
- Necessary vaccinations for cats – Rabies, FVRCP and Feline Leukemia
- This list is an overview of the vaccinations your dog or cat should have, but certain breeds may require additional vaccinations. Check with our veterinarians to see if your pet needs any additional vaccinations.