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"One of the Best Animal Hospitals in Maryland"
Washingtonian Magazine

 

Montgomery Village Animal Hospital in Gaithersburg MD is an AAHA accredited animal hospital!

The Montgomery Village Animal Hospital is fully accredited by the AAHA (The American Animal Hospital Association).  The AAHA is the only organization that accredits animal hospitals in the U.S.  AAHA-accredited hospitals adhere to the highest-quality standards available, which helps ensure the best care for your pet.  Consultants regularly visit our hospital to ensure compliance with AAHA's standards for services and facilities.  Only 11% of the animal hospitals in the US are accredited.

It is our goal to provide our clients with the best medical facility in the area. We provide our clients with a friendly and well trained support staff and passionate Veterinarians.

At Montgomery Village Animal Hospital, we understand that your pet is more than just an animal, your pet is a part of your family and we are committed to providing the quality care they deserve and you expect. 

 

Montgomery Village Animal Hospital - Veterinarians serving the entire Montgomery County area and committed to providing the quality care they deserve and you expect.

                                              

 
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 Montgomery Village Animal Hospital, providing pet care services, diagnostic testing, diagnostic ultrasound, digital radiography, flea and tick prevention, professional grooming, laser declawing, dental care, heartworm treatment, laser surgery, foreign body retrievals, vaccines, and dermatology.

Proudly serving the entire Montgomery County area, including Gaithersburg, Rockville, Germantown, Montgomery Village, Olney, Damascus, Wheaton, Clarksburg, Frederick, and Urbana, MD, Maryland.

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