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New Patient Center
At Breton Veterinary Hospital, our veterinarian is always happy to accept new patients in our office! Whether you're new to the area or are simply looking to switch to a new veterinarian, you can always count on our experienced and compassionate veterinary team. From routine wellness and preventative care to treatment and management of serious medical conditions, we can handle it all and always consider your pet's health as a top priority.
If you've already scheduled your pet's first appointment with our veterinary hospital, you may be wondering what you can do to prepare for your first visit with us. We value and respect your time, so we want to minimize the amount of time you and your pet spend sitting in our waiting room upon arrival. With that in mind, we strongly encourage you to view, print, and fill out the new patient forms that we have made readily available on our website. This will save you from needing to spend time filling them out when you first arrive in our office!
We also invite you to check out our office by either stopping by during regular office hours or taking a virtual office tour on our website! This is a great way to familiarize yourself with our location and the office itself.
So, just what can you and your pet expect when you arrive at your first appointment at our veterinary hospital in St. Mary's County? Once you arrive and provide our front desk staff with your pet's new patient paperwork, we'll make sure you see our veterinary team as soon as possible for your pet's first exam. During this exam, we'll ask you some important questions about your pet's health, assess your pet's vital signs and other aspects of his or her wellness, and give you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
Ultimately, the goal for your pet's first appointment with us will be for us to get to know you and your pet, as well as establish a baseline for your pet's health. We may also recommend updates on vaccinations or additional diagnostic testing as needed.
If you have additional questions about our office or if you'd like to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian in St. Mary's County, we invite you to call our office at (301) 475-7808. We sincerely look forward to having you and your pet as new clients!