How to Safely Remove a Tick

How to Safely Remove a Tick

If you find a tick on your pet, do not panic or try to rip the tick out right away. Follow our team's steps to safely remove a tick.   Step 1: Put on gloves Ticks pose a threat not only to your pet’s health but also your own, as they carry many potentially severe...

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5 Common Garden Items That are Toxic to Your Pet

5 Common Garden Items That are Toxic to Your Pet

March is not only Pet Poison Prevention Month, but it is also the time of year when many of us will be getting our spring gardens into tip-top shape. If your pets also plan on joining you for some fun times in the outdoors, beware of the following toxins that may be...

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Help! What Should I Do if My Pet Eats a Toxin?

Help! What Should I Do if My Pet Eats a Toxin?

This month is designated as National Pet Poison Prevention Month, and we would like to help you know what to do in case they come into contact with a potentially toxic substance. It is important to stay calm, take a deep breath, and then follow these step-by-step...

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3 Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

3 Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

Just like humans, pets also have baby teeth! But if these baby teeth haven't fallen out, despite the adult teeth pushing their way through, this can lead to some dental problems. Persistent deciduous teeth, or baby teeth that refuse to fall out, can cause many...

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Ways to Help Clean Your Pet’s Teeth at Home

Ways to Help Clean Your Pet’s Teeth at Home

While you may already be brushing your pet's teeth, did you know that there are other ways you can help maintain your furry companion's pearly whites? Try one or more of the following methods that our team here at Harbor View Veterinary Hospital recommends to help...

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How to Teach Your Dog to Focus on Walks

How to Teach Your Dog to Focus on Walks

When you take your pup on a stroll around your neighborhood, do they lunge and bark at every living thing? Many dogs become hyper-focused on other dogs, people, squirrels, cars, or other moving objects, making your daily walk less than pleasant. Dogs who react this...

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The First Year for Your Puppy or Kitten

The First Year for Your Puppy or Kitten

Bringing home a puppy or kitten is an exciting experience for everyone in the family. But, being responsible for an animal’s life involves much more than fun and games. Here are a few tips to keep in mind to help your new bundle of furry joy stay happy and healthy in...

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Holiday Danger Alert: Christmas Trees and Pets

Holiday Danger Alert: Christmas Trees and Pets

Your Christmas tree likely steals the show each holiday season, outshining the other festive decorations. But, your showstopper holds a host of potential hazards for your furry pal. Before you hang the ornaments on the tree, be aware of the following potential safety...

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Top Holiday Gift Ideas for Your Pet

Top Holiday Gift Ideas for Your Pet

Every pet owner wants to spoil their furry companion throughout the year, but the holidays are a special time for gift-giving. Whether your list is full of gifts for pets or their people, we have put together five of the most popular 2020 pet lover gifts to help you...

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5 Reasons to Adopt a Senior Pet

5 Reasons to Adopt a Senior Pet

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month and our team has put together five reasons to adopt a senior pet!   #1: Senior pets are often housetrained The worst part of bringing home a puppy is tackling housetraining. Pee puddles and poop piles pop up in corners, your...

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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.

Contact Us

Phone: 410-522-9090

Fax: 443-440-6244

2304 Boston Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

Hours

Mon: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tues: 8:00am – 2:00pm
Wed: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thurs: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sat – Sun: Closed