• Call Dr. Celeste Conn at 1 410-708-2608 to schedule an appointment

  • We'll help you control fleas, ticks, ear mites, worms, and other pests that don't belong in or on your cat or dog. Adult fleas spend their time on your pet, but flea eggs, larvae, and pupae are found in grass. bedding, and carpets. For every flea on your pet, there are thousands of eggs and larvae in your yard and home. Keeping your dogs and cats out of tall grasses and woods will help reduce[...]

    Read more

    Plenty of time is scheduled for your appointment so that you and your pet will receive the attention you need. Our goal is to provide superior medical care to our patients and their people.  To that end, we ask the following:Please have your cats confined to one room upon our arrival — it’s hard to get a cat out from under the bed!  (If your cat is shy, it is best to close [...]

    Read more

    Pet Health Certificates and Travel Documents

    If you are taking your pet across state or international borders, a health certificate as well as other documentation may be required. The health certificate must be signed by an accredited veterinarian after examining your pet and determining that it is free of infectious diseases, and that it satisfies all import requirements of the receiving state, territory, or country.  [...]

    Read more

    Pet Hospice and Euthansia

    When the time comes, I can help. Call me to talk about you and your pet's needs. I can provide advice about hospice care, and when the time comes I perform euthanasias in the comfort and privacy of your home or yard. Simply more comfortable for you and your pet at a difficult time.

    Read more

    Dietary Counseling

    Appropriate nutrition is essential for your dog or cat to lead a long healthy life. We will provide guidance regarding your pet's nutritional needs for each life stage, including:Analysis of your pet's current food Dietary requirements for growth, weight maintenance and performance Supplements for health Raw diets for healthy pets Nutrition for dogs and cats with medical issues Critical care and[...]

    Read more

    The Visiting Veterinarian provides you with a full library of pet medical information from the Veterinary Information Network. VIN is the world’s first and largest online veterinary community. New articles are added weekly by the experts at VIN to make sure that our readers have the most current veterinary information available.

    Read more

    Behavioral Counseling

    We can provide advice regarding the correction of problems such as:Excessive barking Chewing and other destructive behavior Spraying Scratching House soiling Aggression Fear of loud noisesOur behavioral counseling involves working with you and your pet to resolve these problems. Note that it is not always possible to completely correct your pet's behavior -- for example, if the problem is due [...]

    Read more

    If you need a prescription refill, please call Dr. Conn or submit the form below:

    Read more

    Senior Pet Care

    I’ve been fielding lots of questions lately regarding senior pet care. Clients have concerns that their elder pets are comfortable, that their pet’s health is as optimal as possible given his or her life stage and that as owners, they are doing all they can to maximize a cat or dog’s longevity. So I thought I’d share some insights about a subject dear to my heart. My dad [...]

    Read more

    Puppy and Kitten Care

    The first thing you and your new puppy or kitten should do is meet with your veterinarian for an exam. This ensures that your new pet is healthy and doesn't have any birth defects or health issues. For the first visit, plan on discussing with your veterinarian the following subjectsSetting up a vaccination plan. Which foods your vet recommends, how much and how often to feed, and when to switch [...]

    Read more