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Pet Boarding Kennels in Bel Air, MD
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1.Kennel Loving Care
2222 Kalmia Rd5.61 mi Bel Air, MD Pet Boarding & KennelsPet ServicesKennelsPet Sitting & Exercising Services
2.Barton Manor Kennels
1329 Deer Creek Church Rd5.68 mi Forest Hill, MD Pet Boarding & KennelsPet ServicesKennelsPet Sitting & Exercising Services
We love Barton Manor. We have a Cane Corso named Oliver and he absolutely loves it there. As soon as we pull up and he sees Jimmy his tail just won't stop wagging. We always know he's being taken great care of when we leave him at Barton Manor. We highly recommend them!
3.Bel Air Veterinary Hospital
1501 S Tollgate Rd2.20 mi Bel Air, MD Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsPet Boarding & KennelsPet ServicesVeterinarians
My dog lives behind a privacy-fence. He is a rescued Pit-Bull mix. The people next-door let their Cocker out unattended, and he always starts a fence-fight with my dog. Someone broke through my fence--apparently to steal my generator--and my dog got out and attacked his next-door antagonist, according to the neighbor. I brought him in to Belair Animal Hospital to renew his rabies immunity (as mandated by Cecil County) and he was wearing a muzzle (again Cecil-mandated). Dr. Brooks treated me like a common perp, although I've brought rescued Pits in there for 15 years. He did not remove the muzzle, although I told him that my dog was not human-aggressive, and therefore Dr. Brooks did not examine his teeth, with which my dog has an as-yet unknown problem. Dr. Brooks treated both me and my dog with contempt, and I will never return to Bel Air Veterinary Hospital again. Not ever.
4.Bon-Bon's Dog & Cat Chalet
46 N Main St0.17 mi Bel Air, MD Pet GroomingPet Boarding & Kennels
5.Greenbrier Veterinary Clinic
223 Brierhill Dr Ste A1.32 mi Bel Air, MD Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsVeterinariansPet GroomingVeterinary Specialty Services
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