Downtown Columbia, Maryland

Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia

Serving pets in the Columbia, Maryland community since 1984

Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia

7276 Cradlerock Way
Columbia, MD 21045
(410) 995-6880
Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia, Emergency Vets, Services, Columbia, Maryland

Offering comprehensive pet care and boarding services, Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia is the veterinarian of choice in Columbia, MD. For more than 30 years, their professionals have been serving the Columbia areas and are known for their compassionate, comprehensive care to all animals. They don’t just treat sick pets; they work with pet owners, helping them learn how to keep their furry friends happy and healthy. 

Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia provides a wide range of medical, surgical, and dental care services. With a focus on preventative care, they offer an array of general health procedures, like spaying, neutering, vaccination, and flea treatments. If you need to make sure your pet is taken care of while you’re on vacation, they have boarding areas for it to stay. They can also give you the tools you need to care for your pet at home, offering microchip identification in addition to behavioral and nutritional counseling.

The cutting-edge facilities at Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia include diagnostic tools, x-ray machines, and a well-stocked pharmacy. They are equipped to handle in-house surgeries and have a comfortable space where your pet can stay to safely recover following a procedure.

Cat & Dog Hospital of Columbia is always happy to accept new clients. If your pet needs medical attention or a simple annual checkup, visit their website to find out more about their services and the starting steps for new customers. For your convenience, they accept a variety of payment options. If you have any questions, give them a call at (410) 995-6880.

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