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Welcome to Charles County Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Waldorf MD

Call us at (301) 645-1120!

Today’s pet is an important, vital member of the family, and can bring so much love and treasured memories to us. With those happy moments also comes the responsibility to care for our pets. We can never stress enough how important it is not only to your pet but your household to maintain your pet’s health and medical records.

We are the premier veterinary and animal hospital throughout the Southern Maryland area, and we offer a wide array of veterinary services. We have been providing quality veterinary services including wellness examinations, vaccinations, diagnostics, surgery, laser therapy, dental cleaning and surgery, grooming and treatment of illnesses and injuries to companion animals in the southern Maryland area since 1983. From routine and preventive care and comprehensive diagnostics to general surgical procedures. Many of the services we perform on a daily basis include routine feline and canine dental cleanings, spay and neuters, digital x-rays, and general surgery. In addition, we carry most varieties of your pet’s medications, including flea and tick topical medications, including an eight-month flea and tick collar, medicated pet shampoos, prescription cat and dog food, pet odor candles, de-shedding tools, and much more! We have in house diagnostic equipment allowing us to conduct many of our tests immediately, saving you time and money. Our caring staff is dedicated to providing the best quality veterinary care, and has proudly been serving Charles County and other surrounding areas for over thirty years.

We recommend scheduling appointments in advance so we may better serve you and spend more time discussing you and your pet’s concerns. Please don’t hesitate to call our veterinary hospital to schedule your appointment, and we look forward to seeing you!

At Charles County Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


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  • ""Almost two years later and we are still enamored with the level of service and care provided by Dr. Miller and staff. Given that one dog is a Jack Russell and the other a terrier mix, Marco and Ollie have seen their share of boo-boos, ear issues, etc and have gotten great care and speedy recovery overseen by Dr. Miller in addition to their regular check-ups.""
    Jessica P.
  • ""Love this practice. First thing you notice when you walk in is how clean it looks and smells!!! The Dr. is very thorough and the receptionist/tech is really nice.""
    Nicole R.
  • ""We've been bringing our pets to Dr. Miller for 26 years. We now have a new pup and would trust no other vet with her. Dr. Miller is friendly and professional to us, and treats our furry babies with nothing but kindness and affection. We're happy to have Sadie in Dr. Miller's care.""
    Judy S.
  • ""I can’t tell you how grateful we are that we have such awesome vets! Your patience, communication, and above-and-beyond care is just incredible, and I know Hammie and Bear are in great hands.""
    Jena W.
  • ""Dr. Miller has been Veterinarian to our two Main Coon cats for over 13 years. We first brought our babies to Dr. Miller when they were 12 weeks old and the continuous care he provides them has been superb! Dr. Miller and his staff have always treated our babies with loving care and have always taken the time to answer any questions we may have. We would recommend Dr. Miller and the Charles County Veterinary Clinic to anyone who considers their pet a family member.""
    Nancy K.
  • ""Dr. Miller and his staff are friendly a very professional. Dr. Miller has been seeing my pets for over a year now. Dr. Miller has that magic touch around my pets and puts both them and me at ease. I can usually get an appointment the same day and seldom do I have to wait to be seen by Dr.Miller once I arrive there. Charles County Veterinary Hospital is a rare gem, if you have pets I highly recommend Dr. Miller, plus his rates are extremely fair.""
    Tom J.
  • ""The staff does an excellent job of caring for my pet. I have been bringing my best buddy to them for the past five years and have always been extremely satisfied with their services.
    I highly recommend this business.""
    Mary L.