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New puppies and kittens receive a FREE First Exam, a FREE New Puppy/Kitten kit, and a Health Passport!
Everything to get him/her on the road to good health!
We made it to the Hall of Fame in the veterinary medicine category for 2016! This highest reward in business is based on the outstanding quality of care we provide all year round to your loved ones. We thank you for your wonderful reviews. We also thank you for your trust in our medical and surgical care. We are fortunate to be your veterinary medical team. You are the best pet owners we can ever ask for. Peace & Love Always
Dr. Bishop & Staff
After 8pm? Call the Pet ER in Towson at 410-252-8387
Dr. Salifou N. Bishop is a licensed and accredited veterinarian, treating all types of companion animals, including exotics. Dr. Bishop is experienced in all types of conditions and treatments. Your pet's health, emotional and mental well-being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
Loving Pet Mobile Care is a full service veterinary practice that focuses on preventative care, including bi-annual exams, new pet care coaching, vaccinations, dental prophylaxis, nutrition and behavior counseling, and elective surgeries. Geriatric, hospice care, home euthanasia and urgent care needs are always met. We perform all exams and therapies from your home; if surgery or radiographs are needed, we can transport your pet to a local stationary hospital that we are affiliated with. We also use a full service reference laboratory and offer a complete pharmacy.
At Loving Pet Mobile Care, we believe in conservative approaches with invasive procedures being the last resort, so we offer second opinion consultations for your loved ones. For your convenience we can come to your home or meet you at a stationary location close to your home.
Beyond first rate pet care, we provide a very calm environment (your pet's own home!), so your pet can relax and look forward to meeting his or her compassionate, health advocate team!
For more information call 410-384-4573, or our stationary at 443-275-7253 or email us and we will promptly get back to you.
At Loving Pet Mobile Care, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Salifou N. Bishop
6057 Falls Rd Baltimore MD 21209
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