What Can I Feed My Pet on Thanksgiving?

What Can I Feed My Pet on Thanksgiving?

Feast Without Fear: How to Make a Safe Thanksgiving Feast for Your Pet Thanksgiving is a drool-worthy holiday, but it’s not just people who overeat during the festivities. Pets also may overindulge, and too much of a good thing can lead to a messy outcome, like...

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What Factors Put My Pet at Risk for Developing Diabetes?

What Factors Put My Pet at Risk for Developing Diabetes?

Is My Pet at Risk for Diabetes? How much information do you know about diabetes in pets? November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and with an estimated one in 300 dogs and one in 200 cats developing the disease during their lifetime, it’s important for pet owners to...

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Seasonal Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Seasonal Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Halloween can be a night filled with fun games and treats! Keeping your pet safe this Halloween does not have to be tricky. It's so important to keep the candy bowl solely for trick-or-treaters and away from your furry pal. If this is done, you can both have a fun and...

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How Poor Socialization Can Affect Your Pet

How Poor Socialization Can Affect Your Pet

Socializing your new pet is so important for their development and is more than just an excuse to show off your adorable new puppy or kitten. Ensuring your pet has many good experiences in the world around them will give them the ability to adjust to whatever life...

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Medicating Your Pet Doesn’t Have to Be a Hard

Medicating Your Pet Doesn’t Have to Be a Hard

Medicating your pet can be a difficult feat. After a bit of professional-level wrestling and some scratches and bites, it can still end in frustration. Due to improper techniques, many pets associate panic and fear with medication. Here are some tips to help your...

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Tips for Making a Pet Disaster Plan

Tips for Making a Pet Disaster Plan

What would happen to your pet in an emergency? If you’re uncertain, take these steps to ensure their safety if the unthinkable becomes a reality. #1: Ensure your pet is always wearing current identification In an emergency, your pet may be separated from you or run...

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3 Reasons Why Your Dog Licks Their Paws

3 Reasons Why Your Dog Licks Their Paws

Does your dog wake you up in the night by constantly licking their paws? This can be a frustrating situation for dog owners, and many want to find a solution. Before breaking out the cone of shame or socks, discover the underlying cause so you can completely solve the...

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Answers to Your Cat Grooming Questions

Answers to Your Cat Grooming Questions

If you have a cat or are considering getting one, here is a list of the most commonly asked questions about cat grooming! Question: Do cats really need baths? Answer: Cats are known for their fastidious grooming, so why would they ever need a bath? Well, there are...

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Are Your Cat’s Hairballs Normal?

Are Your Cat’s Hairballs Normal?

If you have a cat, chances are you are familiar with hairballs. Test your knowledge of these furry, slimy tubes with our team's answers to the most frequently asked questions about hairballs.   How are hairballs formed? As cats groom themselves, the tiny hooks on...

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5 Ways to Show Your Pet the Love

5 Ways to Show Your Pet the Love

Did you know that the first full week in June is Pet Appreciation Week? While you already show your furry friend love every single day, here are five ways you can do something a little extra special.    #1: Set aside extra time for your pet’s favorite activity...

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Exceptional Pet Care in Baltimore!

Your pet deserves only the finest veterinary care available and Harbor View Veterinary Hospital is committed to treating your pet with care, compassion, and the latest veterinary medical techniques.

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Phone: 410-522-9090

Fax: 443-440-6244

2304 Boston Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

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Mon: 8:00am – 5:00pm
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Wed: 8:00am – 5:00pm
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