Patient / Appointment Registration Form

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As always, the health and well-being of your pet is our top priority. While our practices are open to care for your pets, we are still operating under a modified curbside check-in policy for all appointments. If you or anyone else in your household are ill or experiencing flu-like symptoms and have an upcoming non-life threatening appointment, we kindly ask that you call us to reschedule.  If your pet requires urgent care or has a medical emergency, and you are ill, please arrange for a trusted friend, neighbor, or healthy family member to transport your pet to our hospital. If you call ahead, we will gladly accommodate your representative and make appropriate arrangements.

CATS / POCKET PETS – please take all pets out of the vehicle (in their carriers) and place on the ground next to your vehicle. The technician will take your pet inside our exam room for their consult with our doctors.

DOGS – please ensure all dogs are collared / have a harness on and are on a leash as you take them out of your vehicle. Our team members will bring a nylon lead with them to walk your pet inside the building. If your dog is small we may also bring towels to your vehicle to help carry your animal inside.

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Thinking about Anesthesia Free Pet Dentistry?

Call (410) 828-1001 to make an appointment at any of our locations or click below to contact us.

Our doctors are Board Certified Veterinary Dentists™

The board-certified veterinary dentists at Animal Dental Center have the extensive knowledge, expertise, and specialized equipment to determine the extent and severity of your pet’s oral disease and to provide appropriate treatment. You will have peace of mind knowing your pet is receiving a professional dental cleaning, diagnosis through radiographs and treatment of periodontal disease and other oral pathology. This treatment, usually combined with at-home daily oral homecare will also help to prevent future oral disease.
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