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In response to Governor Hogan announcing the end of statewide mask mandate, we are happy to announce updates in our COVID-19 protocols. Please bear with us as we make this new transition.

Starting July 1st, we are allowing you to accompany your pet inside the exam room.   Curbside service will continue to be offered for those that wish to remain in their vehicle. We will continue to monitor the COVID cases closely and reevaluate based on the CDC guidelines and future announcements from Governor Hogan.

  • Please remain in your vehicle and call when you arrive on the parking lot for ANY reason. 
  • Medication, food pick-up, grooming, and surgery drop-offs will continue to be curbside only.

When you arrive for your scheduled appointment please remain in your vehicle and give us a call at 410-489-9677. Our reception staff will ask during your check in if you would like to have curbside service or if you would like to come in for your pet’s appointment.   Mask are no longer required, but we do recommend that you maintain social distancing.

 1.  Please arrive to your appointment 5 minutes early, with a charged cell phone.

 2.  Check in from your car by giving us a call at 410-489-9677. Please include your pet’s name, your last name, and your appointment time.

 3.  If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, please consider a curbside appointment: a. Within the last two weeks, have you or anyone close to you had close contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19?  b.  Within the last two weeks, have you or anyone close to you had close contact with someone who has returned from international, domestic or high-risk travel such as plane, train, or bus?  c.  Within the last two weeks, have you tested positive for or been diagnosed with COVID-19? d.  You may be asked to remain in your vehicle if you have been exposed in the last 10 days or have been diagnosed.

 4.  We are offering contactless payment for those that are interested. If you prefer to pay with a credit card over the phone, please let a staff member know.

 5.  Please remain in your vehicle for a technician or doctor to let you know that we are ready for your pet’s appointment. It is important for your phone to be on and audible at this time, so our staff can contact you.

 6.  Meet a staff member at the front door when you have been notified that it is time for your pet’s appointment. We are asking that everyone maintain a 6’ distance in order to keep you and our staff safe.

 7.  Once your appointment is finished a staff member will escort you to the right front desk. A receptionist will go over your invoice and you will be able to make payment at this time. Payment for your pet’s appointment will need to be made prior to leaving our office. Receipts can be emailed or printed out.

 8.  After you are checked out at the right front desk, a technician will give you any medications or other materials needed before you leave.

 We are following guidelines provided by the CDC and local government agencies to ensure that we are offering a safe environment for our staff and clients. Safety is our top priority and that is why we will continue to wear our masks and social distance. As we move forward in this transition, we ask for your patience and understanding. Our Facebook page and website will be updated regularly with any information regarding future changes. Thank you for keeping our staff and community safe. 

Our Motto: "Providing the finest quality veterinary medicine
and client service possible, in a caring, compassionate, and professional atmosphere".

Email: [email protected]

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Meet the Veterinarian

  • Dr.
    Stuart Scheinberg

    Dr. Stuart Scheinberg grew up on a horse farm in upstate New York. He had dreams of becoming a veterinarian since childhood. Growing up on a family farm was a great experience in which his love of animals was cultivated through raising and breeding horses, cattle, rabbits, and even chickens.

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  • Dr.
    Cheryl Holmes

    Dr. Cheryl Holmes grew up in a small town on the coast of southern Maine. She received her B.S. in Animal Science from Cornell University in 1988, and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Tennessee in 1994. She has a special interest in internal medicine and animal behavior.

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  • Dr. Amy Wysoki, D.V.M.

    Dr. Amy grew up in the sunny state of Florida where she completed her studies. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Florida State University, and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at University of Florida in 2012.  

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Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Over the past 20+ years our dogs have been well cared for by this practice. We are thrilled to have such an efficient, professional and caring staff as Animal Medical to provide medical care for our treasured family members."
    Vicky, Glenwood, MD
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  • "Technicians take the time to ask about the well being of my pet and listen to my response"
    Debbie, Woodbine
  • ""Thank you again for your willingness to help us on such a short notice. The staff and facilities could not have been better""
    Edwin, Ellicott CIty
  • "We had a great experience! The staff was wonderful and comforting as we were nervous to leave our puppy for his first surgery (neutering). Thank you!"
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