Leslie Young

This is a review of two affiliated businesses, Mid-Atlantic Animal Specialty Hospital (MASH), and Allied Veterinary Ultrasound (AVU). In 2015, we took two of our cats to MASH for non-routine illnesses. MASH provides specialized services far above what a general veterinarian can offer. The veterinarians at MASH take the time to listen to you carefully […]

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Rodney Fleegle

We brought in our 6 year old boxer with a Mast Cell tumor on his front paw. Dr. Nwadike took the time to explain all of our choices. When we decided to go with tumor removal, Dr. Nwadike suggested we see an Oncologist, because the tumor removal on his paw may not get all of […]

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Lauri Stone

Yesterday we lost part of our family, our 14 year old Jack Russell Terrier, Bandit. Our family is so sad and heart broken. I wanted to thank the staff of MASH for treating our Bandit with such love and respect even though they were so busy on a Sunday afternoon. He was having numerous seizures […]

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Jerri Stanley

I want to thank Dr Nwadike for all his help with Georgi. Your staff was so kind and informative with every call I made to check on my pup throughout the weekend. Georgi is healing up and I’m sure we will be out training her soon in the field. – Jerri Stanley

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Jeff Miller

We had two dogs needing hip and joint surgery. I had spent some time trying to see what to expect for this type of surgery. Dr. Nwadike set me straight. He spent a lot of time assuring us that our much loved dogs would have a good chance of a quality recovery. He laid the […]

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Steve Clontz

On Saturday April 18th I had to bring my Poodle Simon to you for and emergency. This little dog is my life. I can not thank your complete staff enough, from start to finish you could not have treated me or Simon any better. He was taken care of by everyone on your staff. I […]

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Maggie

Last night we lost our biggest boy and our hearts are broken. We want to thank you for all that you did for Max and us! We felt confident that he was the best of hands and would get the best possible care and attention. The communication with the Drs was excellent. We knew exactly […]

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Michelle Mowchan

This place is beyond exceptional. Where to begin? Dr. Oakley and the entire staff have been VERY, VERY dedicated to the repair and recovery of our Weimaraner/Great Dane mix, Joey’s, ACLs. Joey has been a difficult patient during recovery, but the staff has continued to hang in there with us and get Joey on the […]

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Carolyn A Rice

The experience we have had with MASH/APVES has been phenomenal. We live in a very rural area, Calvert County, and to have such expert services for our pets is incredible. Our American Cocker Spaniel was diagnosed with kidney disease, and in the stages of renal failure, at the young age of 7 by our veterinarian. […]

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William Hower

Good morning. I am just sending this note as a letter of appreciation for taking care of our dog Colby on Friday night. Colby loves trying to play with all animals and he found out the hard way that copperheads do NOT make good playmates. We took our dog to our regular vet in St. […]

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IMPORTANT COVID 19 MESSAGE

During this COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our clients, patients & staff is our number one priority. Here are some additional precautions we are taking to minimize exposure. We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, thank you for your cooperation.

FOR CLIENTS SHOWING SIGNS OF ILLNESS THAT MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19

  • Existing Appointments: We kindly ask that you call to reschedule (410-414-8250).
  • Medical Emergencies: We kindly ask that you either arrange for a healthy friend or family member to transport your pet to our hospital. If this is not possible, please remain in your vehicle and call our front desk upon arrival (410-414-8250).  A staff member will come retrieve your pet and collect all necessary information.

FOR HEALTHY CLIENTS WITH AN EXISTING APPOINTMENT OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY

  • Only one client per pet will be permitted inside our lobby and exam rooms at any given time. Please leave children at home.
  • Depending on the volume of clients in our lobby, you may be asked to return to your vehicle while your pet is waiting to be seen.
  • A staff member will direct you to either the waiting room or an exam room, please remain there. A staff member will be with you shortly.
  • Please practice “Social Distancing”. This includes appropriate hand washing, no hand shakes, and maintaining a minimum distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Clients will not be permitted in any treatment areas, including Rehab.
  • We will be limiting the amount of traffic at our front desk. You may be asked to schedule future appointments and make additional payments over the phone.
  • We will continue to allow clients to remain in exam rooms during end-of-life situations.
  • If you do not wish to enter our building or are unsure what to do, please call for instructions from a staff member (410-414-8250).

FOR HOSPITALIZED PETS

  • No personal items can be left with hospitalized pets. This includes leashes, collars/harnesses, toys, blankets, crates etc.
  • Our visiting hours have been suspended. You will continue to receive daily updates from our doctors and staff, and may call at any time for an update.

HOURS OF OPERATION
MASH: 8am-6pm Monday – Friday

EMERGENCY:
6pm-8am Monday – Friday
24 hrs Saturday & Sunday

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