January Wellness Testing Special
Valid January 2020
Senior Dogs (6 years and older)
CBC, Chemistry Panel, Urinalysis, Fecal, Thyroid T4 and Heartworm 4DX for $199
Young Dogs (1-5 years)
CBC, Chemistry Panel, Fecal and Heartworm 4DX for $140
Senior Cats (6 years and older)
CBC, Chemistry Panel, Urinalysis, Fecal, Thyroid T4, and Feleuk/FIV test for $225
Young Cats (1-5 years)
CBC, Chemistry Panel, and Fecal for $95
We're Now Offering Later Appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays!
To better serve our clients and their pets, we have extended our hours.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays until 8 pm, we will now be offering late night appointments.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at (410) 658-5709.
Dr. Denver's Missing Cat & Microchip Magic
Many people know about the general importance of microchipping their pets but Dr. Denver just experienced some microchip magic firsthand.
Back in 2017, one of Dr. Denver's beloved cats, Zephyr, went missing during a storm. Dr. Denver and her family looked everywhere for him. They posted flyers around the city and called up their local animal shelters - all to no avail. They were devastated and, eventually, one year without Zephyr turned into two.
Basin Run Animal Hospital Achieves AAHA Accreditation
Basin Run Animal Hospital is excited to announce that we have attained AAHA accreditation!
Our practice was established in 1981 and has undergone changes and improvements throughout the years in keeping with the many ongoing advancements in veterinary medicine.
One of the biggest achievements the team has made, however, is our recent American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accreditation. This means that AAHA had to approve over 900 criteria at Basin Run Animal Hospital including medical equipment, customer service, medical protocol, and more.
The process is rigorous and continues long after the accreditation through periodic AAHA inspections.
What does accreditation by AAHA mean for me and my pet?
Human hospitals require accreditation from a board. Veterinary hospitals do not. AAHA hospitals are recognized as some of the best because they adhere to strict standards of veterinary excellence.
Being an AAHA hospital also means that your pet will be taken care of by veterinarians who know cutting-edge medicine and best practices.