Client Services

Veterinary Pharmacy on the Eastern ShoreYour Veterinary Pharmacy

When it comes to your pet's prescription medications, accurate dosage and administration is of the utmost importance. You can trust that when you fill prescriptions at our pharmacy your pet will receive the right medication, at the right dose, in the right form as quickly as possible. We will also provide you with detailed instructions on the medication's use, discuss any side effects or interactions and even give your pet the first dose if possible. You can also feel confident all the medications we dispense were obtained from safe, reliable sources and stored under the right conditions.

Ensuring you have convenient, timely access to competitively priced medications and other pet care products is an important aspect of our veterinary practice. We stock a wide variety of prescription foods designed to support good health and treat numerous medical conditions such as kidney failure, heart disease, and food allergies.

Refills are easy, too. Simply give us a call at (410) 822-4475.

Permanent Pet Identification

A lost pet is a frightening situation with often devastating consequences. This is why the team at Community Animal Hospital considers permanent pet identification a fundamental way to protect your pet and an important part of responsible pet ownership.

Avid Microchip

A microchip is a tiny computer chip about the size of a grain of rice that is injected under the skin of a dog or cat. Each Avid microchip registers the animal with a unique identification number, which is filed in a database with your contact information. The contact information can be updated any time, and it is important to remember to do so whenever your information changes. If your pet is lost, the microchip can be scanned by humane societies, animal control organizations and veterinarians in the U.S. and in many foreign countries.

This safe, reliable and permanent pet identification takes less than 10 seconds to implant and can save you and your pet days, weeks or more of fear and anguish.

Pet Tattoos

Pet tattoos are another type of permanent pet identification. Although a tattoo is harder to trace than a microchip, a tattoo can be seen by anyone. Therefore, they are believed to be a deterrent to theft.

Please click here for more information about your permanent pet identification options.

International Pet TravelHealth Certificates for Pet Travel

We provide Interstate and International health certificates. We ask that you investigate your destination's requirements prior to your appointment. Because each destination country has different requirements for your pet's entry, we ask that you provide us with the list of requirements that need to be met for traveling; we can only accommodate the guidelines you provide.

For additional questions concerning requirements for international travel, please visit the US Department of Agriculture website for a complete list of travel regulations and alerts.

Veterinary Referrals

To make sure you and your pet have access to all the care and expertise needed for a long, happy life, our Easton veterinarians refer patients to the following highly-regarded veterinary hospitals:

  • Chesapeake Veterinary Referral Service: advanced surgical services, internal medicine/oncology, cardiology, ophthalmology, and neurology.

  • Animal Eye Care Associates: ophthalmology

  • Veterinary Dermatology Center: dermatology

  • Animal Dental Center: dentistry

Pet EuthenasiaEnd-of-Life Planning

We understand that even thinking about your pet's final days is difficult and emotional. But as pet owners, it is something we all must face. We encourage you to talk with our veterinary healthcare team about end-of-life issues before they become an urgent matter. Find out about your options, discuss our cremation and grief counseling services, make key decisions ahead of time, and ask us to add this information to your pet's record.

To best meet the needs of you and your pet during this difficult time, we offer at-home euthanasia on a case-by-case basis. Being at home, surrounded by loving and familiar faces, is a comfort to you and your pet and an important aspect of our veterinary services.

Taking the time to plan, as challenging as it may be, will lessen the confusion and stress for you and your pet. And in the days, weeks, or months leading up to your pet's final day, you can rely on our veterinary team to provide you with the support you need to make informed choices each step of the way. All of us at Community Animal Hospital do our best to help you prepare for these important issues with the utmost compassion and sensitivity.