Pet ER

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based on 4 ratings

1209 Cromwell Bridge Rd
Baltimore, MD 21286
(410) 252-8387

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Veterinarians & Specialists, Emergency Services

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Internal medicine:  YesDentistry:  Yes
Cardiology:  YesGeriatric medicine:  Yes
24 hour care:  YesIntensive care unit (ICU):  Yes
Emergency surgical services:  Yes

“Emergency Vet Services as well as the Chesapeake Veterinary Referral Center that houses specialty vets”

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2edited: November 16th, 2007

urinary problems

My parents brought me here twice for the same problem. The first time, it was simply switching my food so they did fine, but the second time they caused a big mess that nearly killed me! They insisted on doing catheters for nearly a week (at great expense to my parents) and then finally offering to do life-saving surgery late on Friday...this way, they got to keep me in the ER for a whole weekend, since they wouldn't release me. They did the surgery and it failed because of the damage that had been done by all the catheters. After $6000 plus and three weeks, we had to do the surgery AGAIN and pray that it took, because if it didn't, I would have to be put down. They always said one thing and then charged us another, screwed up the billing on more than one occasion, charged us for medication we didn't even need to give me, and nearly cost me my life. My surgeon, Dr. Keats, was very nice to my mommy the second time around and helped lower the cost of the second surgery. I wouldn't recommend going there for cat urinary problems. Everywhere else people have taken their cats with this (we know of three, all in a different area), do the surgery much sooner, with less damage to the urethra, and have never had to have a second surgery.

posted: November 16th, 2007


5edited: September 22nd, 2007


My mom has used this vet with my former brother who had more then his share of pet emergencies-6 slipped discs , liver problems, a surgery requiring intensive care. Most recently I reccommended this place to my friend whose dog had a undiagnosed liver problem over the 4th of July weekend. They were able to diagnose and provide the BEST of care for my friend. The combination of the ER and Cheasapeake Vet specialists saved her life! I highly reccommend this Pet ER

posted: September 22nd, 2007


5edited: August 19th, 2007

Nice vets!

Now I've never had an emergency but my mom swears by this place. We had to take my dog friend Pepe here when she collapsed one night. They were really nice and let mom & me sleep on the floor next to Pepe in her kennel while they were treating her for a brain tumor. My friend didn't make it but they were so nice to us while they tried to save her. My mom has taken some rescue pups here that had parvo, a dog that was hit by a car, and one of my catster friends that passed away. She says they treated the animals well each time. On the Chesapeake Vet. Referral Center side, my mom took my old friend Asta here for her deformed heart. She had to have all sorts of tests and they treated her for her condition for years until she went to the bridge at 17. They treated my catster friend Sinead's badly broken legs too and she's all better now.

posted: August 19th, 2007


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