Welcome to Maryland Veterinary Group, LLC

Your Equine Veterinarian in Laurel, MD
Call us at 301-725-9555

Welcome to the Maryland Veterinary Group, LLC. We are a licensed Racetrack/Ambulatory veterinary practice serving Laurel Park, Pimlico Racecourse, Delaware Park, Colonial Downs, Timonium Racetrack and area sales. Our main office is located at Laurel Park Racetrack in Laurel, Maryland.  We specialize in the treatment of racehorses, both in their primary and secondary careers in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Pennsylvania. We recognize that your horse's health, well-being and performance are of the utmost importance to you. With this in mind, the doctors and staff provide excellent and compassionate equine veterinary care.

Maryland Veterinary Group, LLC offers routine medical, dental and standing surgical care, as well as emergency triage. With 30+ years of practice experience, our first-rate veterinary team goes above and beyond. Our doctors are trained in performance and imaging, and acupuncture techniques to provide state-of-the-art care. We also provide nutritional, illness-prevention and training tips that enable you to better care for your horse and ensure his or her optimal health.

If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, call 301-725-9555

Dr. Nicholas L. Meittinis | Dr. Adam J. Lockard |
    | Dr. Megan L. Kerford 
| Dr. Forrest P. Wendaur 
| Maryland Veterinary Group, LLC | 301-725-9555

3351 Corridor Marketplace PMB 400-64
Laurel, MD 20724

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