A Bel Air Animal Hospital

Located in Bel Air, Maryland, Greenbrier Veterinary Clinic was originally opened in 2000 as the first satellite location to our office in Churchville, Churchville Veterinary Clinic. Since its inception, we have seen our practice grow by leaps and bounds thanks to our amazing clientele. Our doctors have been providing veterinary care to Harford County and the surrounding community for over 43 years! Greenbrier Veterinary Clinic seeks to continue this long tradition of comprehensive, affordable medical and surgical care for our four footed friends. In addition, we provide veterinary-supervised boarding and grooming services through Churchville Pet Resort, located at our office in Churchville. We are always working to expand our range of services including recently adding acupuncture, laser therapy, behavior consultation and training, ultrasound, and digital radiology. We strive to build long-term relationships with our clients by focusing on the individual needs of our patients. We accomplish this by:

 

  • Preventative health care & wellness examinations
  • Vaccinations & Parasite Prevention
  • Thorough diagnostic testing for all medical issues
  • High-quality surgical & dental care with anesthetic monitoring
  • Training & Behavior Counseling
  • Pain Management
  • Superior, friendly customer service
  • Convenient scheduling options including drop-off appointments
  • Thorough & timely communication with our clients

 

When you come to our hospital, you can expect to be seen in a timely manner and be treated with compassion and respect. All of us at Greenbrier Veterinary Clinic are pet owners, so we understand the importance of high-quality, compassionate care. We look forward to the opportunity to partner with you in providing the best care for your beloved companions!!

Laser Therapy

We are excited to offer our clients Companion Laser Therapy, which provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment and is used to treat a variety of conditions.

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Dental Care Services

50% of all dogs and cats have some form of periodontal disease. Left untreated, this can cause infection, pain and tooth loss. We are committed to our patients' dental health and implement the highest quality care.Learn More

House Calls

Now offering house calls in your area, click here for more information!

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