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Specializing in Soft Palate Procedures

Many pet breeds are known for, and even prized for, their flat-nosed or short-nosed appearance.

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Hunt Valley Animal Hospital Was Established in 1984 to Provide the Highest Standards of Veterinary Care

At Hunt Valley Animal Hospital, we strive to provide a comprehensive suite of services to meet all of your pet health needs. We offer a range of services that include medical, surgical, pet dental, and exotic veterinary care. Our veterinarians provide an array of techniques so that we can provide custom care based on your individual pet's needs and conditions. The staff of our animal vet clinic is knowledgeable and trained to offer a variety of treatment options including wellness care, senior pet care, obesity counseling, and soft palate surgery and other minimally invasive surgeries. To schedule an appointment at our animal vet clinic or to ask a question about our services, please call us at 410-527-0800.

Hunt Valley Animal Hospital offers
Medical, Surgical, Dental, and Exotic Veterinary Care

Our commitment to the highest standards of veterinary care makes us unique. Our veterinary hospital provides preventative services such as pet teeth cleaning, spay and neuter surgeries, vaccinations, and puppy and kitten care. In addition to routine care, we are one of only a select few animal hospitals in Maryland preforming laparoscopic or minimally invasive surgeries. This includes laparoscopic spays and cryptorchid neuters, laparoscopic-assisted gastropexy, and laparoscopic organ biopsies. Beyond our minimally invasive offerings our veterinary team is trained in advanced surgeries such as Rhinoscopy, Cystoscopy, collagen implants for urinary incontinence, etc.

We are also one of the leading veterinary hospitals performing soft palate surgery for brachycephalic breeds (ie. english bulldogs, french bulldogs, etc.). Our team is highly trained on how to improve the quality of life for these breeds. Clients travel to Hunt Valley Animal Hospital from all over to benefit from our years of experience in this arena. We can even help recommend pet friendly hotels in the area if you are coming from out of state. Please don't hesitate to ask us how to better support you and your loved one.

Hunt Valley Animal Hospital is proud to serve Northern Baltimore County and surrounding areas including: Hunt Valley, Cockeysville, Phoenix, Monkton, Hampstead, Padonia, Timonium, Sparks, Glencoe, Parkton, Glyndon, White Hall, Jarrettsville, Towson, Lutherville and Reisterstown. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.

Hunt Valley
Animal Hospital

11206 York Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

Phone: 410-527-0800
Fax: 410-527-0041

Hospital Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am-7:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm

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