Buckeystown Veterinary Hospital offers services for every animal lover, including domestic pets and farm animals.
Pet owners of dogs, cats, and pocket pets enjoy comprehensive services that include Wellness and Preventive Care for all stages of your pet’s life. Our new Veterinary Rehabilitation program will keep your pet fit for years to come. On-site supportive services include on-site Pet Boarding, professional Grooming services, and Dog Training Classes for every level of skill and handling.
Owners of large animals, – such as horses, cattle, sheep, and goats, – will enjoy our farm call service by veterinarians trained in Large Animal Veterinary Medicine. Our expertise includes the care of such specialized animals as llamas and alpacas, for those with more exotic taste. For all species, our Breeding and Reproduction specialist is available to assist in your animal breeding program and herd management issues.
Browse through the pages of our website, enjoy a Virtual Tour of our hospital, and meet the Professional Team of Buckeystown Veterinary Hospital. Learn how our veterinary skill, diverse experience, compassionate care, and customer service can make the difference in the care of your animals.
3820 Buckeystown Pike
Buckeystown, MD 21717
301-698-9930 (Frederick County)
301-831-1110 (Montgomery County)
301-874-4770 (Poolesville Area)
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I have been a client of Buckeystown Veterinary Hospital for over ten years, where my pets have all received excellent and compassionate care, from routine visits to life threatening illnesses. The geriatric dogs long lives, and quality of their lives have been enhanced by good advice, knowledge, and care. The foster dogs have been treated with extreme gentleness and compassion. The Newfoundlands have always been welcomed with great enthusiasm and given extra ordinary care.
— Judy VanDyke
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