How do I get Maryland Mobile Veterinary Clinic to come to my home?

Simply request an appointment by phone or email and we will find a convenient time for you and your pet. Depending on the flexibility of your schedule, appointments can usually be made within a week of calling.

Where are you located?

We located in historic Uniontown, just west of Westminster. Our address is: 3462 Uniontown Rd, Westminster, Maryland, 21158. Parking lot is available behind the building.

What areas do you service?

We serve primarily Carroll County and parts of Howard County and Baltimore County.

Will you come to my house for just one pet?

Absolutely! While multi-pet households find our services especially convenient, we are happy to provide veterinary services for any client – whether they have 1 pet or 10 pets!

Do you treat my pet in my home?

We see every pet in our mobile vet clinic specifically outfitted for caring for your pets. In our mobile clinic there are few places for a pet to hide and dogs tend to be less territory aggressive when they are seen outside the home.

Will I see a different vet at each appointment?

We have recently expanded to two veterinarians – still a small practice by today’s standards! At your visit you will either be seen by Dr. Nancy Powel or Dr. Lynn Raab. Both veterinarians have the same philosophies and friendly demeanor! You can be assured that they are in close communication and will be knowledgeable about your pets’ history and previous treatments.

Are your prices competitive with other vets?

Yes. There is a house call fee for each visit, but our other fees tend to be in line with industry standards. Depending on the area in which you live, the house call fee ranges from $25-40. There is only 1 house call fee no matter how many pets we see.

What if my pet is having an emergency?

If your pet has an urgent medical need, please call us to see if we can accommodate you in a timely fashion.

In the event of a critical emergency (excessive bleeding, difficulty breathing, or an acute traumatic injury, among other symptoms), please contact an emergency care provider in your area. They have the personnel, diagnostic equipment, and resources to best care for your pet’s emergency.

For a list of emergency clinics, please see our Emergency Pet Care page.

Do you perform euthanasia for my pet?

Euthanasia services are available, and this is a service we provide in your home or in a special location of your choosing. It is important that your pet feel safe and at home during its final moments with you. We also offer pet cremation services with a variety of options for your convenience. Please call for information and pricing.