Your Full-Service Vet in Gaithersburg, MD

Where We Treat Your Pets Like Our Own

Since 1997, Kentlands Veterinary Hospital has provided comprehensive veterinary care and urgent care to pets in the Gaithersburg community and beyond. We would be honored to be a partner in your pet's healthcare team.

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Our services and facilities assist with routine, preventive care for young and healthy pets, early detection and treatment of disease, and complete medical and surgical care.

We also offer holistic care, rehabilitation, acupuncture, chiropractic care, herbal therapy, and end of life care. Our mission at Kentlands Veterinary Hospital is to deliver premier quality medical care – from routine check-ups to surgical procedures and everything in between – with compassion and an emphasis on client education.

Dog Vet in Gaithersburg, MD

As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited facility, Kentlands Veterinary Hospital regularly undergoes evaluations to ensure we meet or exceed AAHA's standards of care.

These standards cover nearly every aspect of our hospital, including surgery, exam facilities, patient care, cleanliness, client service, emergency services, diagnostic imaging, and anesthesiology. Only 15% of animal hospitals in the United States and Canada are accredited by AAHA, recognized worldwide as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine.

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“We are always very happy with the staff and the vets at Kentlands Veterinary Hospital. We have been going there for many years now and we know all our animals are getting great care. We highly recommend this vet to all our friends.”


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