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Dr. Jessica C. Surman
Please help us welcome Dr. Jessica Surman to Catoctin Veterinary Clinic! Dr. Surman is joining the Catoctin Vet Clinic family on September 12th! Dr. Surman
Reopening July 1st!
To all our valued clients, at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic the health and safety of our patients, clients, and team members has always been our top
Flea, Tick and Heartworm Prevention
It only takes one bite to infect your pet! Fleas- An external parasite that can cause your pet to itch, scratch and chew at their
Help us welcome Dr. Brian Carson!
Dr. Brian Carson will be joining the team here as of Monday, June 14th. Dr. Carson comes to us from a local clinic with 4
House Call Appointments
House call appointments are now available every Wednesday! Here at Catoctin Vet, we are always trying to provide new services for our clients. Due to
Farewell to Dr. Geier
Dr. Paige Geier’s last day at Catoctin Veterinary Clinic will be Thursday, May 20th. Dr. Geier joined us in 2015. She has been a wonderful
Sudden Weight Loss
CAUSES FOR SUDDEN WEIGHT LOSS IN YOUR PET Around the holidays both humans and their pets normally gain a little winter weight. But, what should
Dr. Geier is going to Alaska!
In March of 2021 Dr. Paige Geier will be volunteering her time as a full-time Iditarod race veterinarian! As a clinic, we are extremely proud
Meet our new staff members!
Our family at Catoctin Vet Clinic is growing! You may have noticed new staff answering the phone, running food out to your car, or assisting
Can my pet get COVID-19? – CDC guidelines for your pet
Many of our clients have been asking questions about COVID-19 and how it may or may not affect the health and well being of their
COVID-19 new protocols- How Catoctin Vet is protecting you
Catoctin Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to keeping you and your pets happy, healthy and safe during this uncertain time. Our staff has been updating clients
How to protect your pet
This February, Catoctin Veterinary Clinic and its staff felt it was important to highlight the heart. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, what better way
Do you have a scaredy cat? – How to reduce your cats stress at the vet
The American Association of Feline Practitioners recommends all cats should be seen by their veterinarian at least once a year for a routine wellness exam.
Preparing Your Pet for Surgery – The Do’s and Don’ts
The morning of a surgical procedure can be scary for your dog or cat. That is why we want to review with all our clients
Dental Disease – Diagnosis and treatment
Over 85% of dogs and cats over 4 years old have dental disease. The most common sign is bad breath. However, periodontal disease, or dental
Senior Cat Exam – What to expect during a senior check-up
Cats are considered seniors once they have reached 9 years of age. Cats often begin to develop diseases common to their humans as they age,
Osteoarthritis – Education and how to detect the symptoms
Have you been noticing your dog lagging behind on walks, are they slow to rise, or having difficulty with stairs? It could be that your
Boarding – How to prepare your pet for their stay
HELPFUL HINTS: Around the Holiday season a lot of families travel. It is best to start researching boarding facilities as soon as you know the
Holiday Safety Tips – How to keep your pet safe this holiday season
TINSEL AND RIBBON – Who doesn’t love to decorate their home over the holidays or make a big bow on top of a gift box?
Care for your cat
Felines can be smart, playful, affectionate and oftentimes incredibly independent. However, to keep your cat healthy and safe, there are basic issues you should have
Care for your dog
Caring for your most faithful companion can often be challenging. From routine health management to training and behavior, this section will get you started on