You. Your pets. Our community.
Tidewater veterinary doctors and staff are inspired to be a collaborative team in providing the best possible medical care. We build our morale by giving back to the community! We are passionate about supporting the local shelter and rescue groups and contributing to our local youth organizations and rescue squads.
Some of our past recipients include: Maryland Veterinary Foundation, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc., Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, The Chaptico Classic, Helpful Hooves Equine, Virginia Tech, Our Lady of Wayside Church Apple Festival, Tudor Hall 4-H Club, Leonardtown volunteer Rescue Squad Auxiliary, Southern Maryland Quarter Horse Association, Mother Catherine Spalding School Annual Golf Tournament, and more!
Do you know about the Maryland Veterinary Foundation? Donate money to provide scholarships to Veterinary students who live in Maryland. Go to http://www.mdvf.org/
The shelter needs of Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s Counties are provided by the government-run Tri-County Animal Shelter. Lost and stray animals are housed as they wait to be claimed by their owners or adopted to new owners. Tidewater Veterinary Hospital gives back to the community by supporting the services and products for community residents to adopt a new friend from the Tri-County Animal Shelter at low cost!
A group of animal-loving friends joined together to commit to giving a “Second Hope” to hard-to-place animals,due to breed or age, that are searching for their forever homes. Collectively with over 20 years of rescue experience, this group works with other rescues and on their own.
The ground-breaking approach used by Animal Rescue Foundation is something that can be duplicated across the nation, providing a safe and natural environment for homeless felines. Some organizations trap feral cats, spay / neuter them, and then release them back to the environment that they came from. But these cats and kittens are still subject to predators, inclement weather, and a lifespan of 3-5 years.
Pet Care and Wellness
- American Veterinary Dental College: Info for Animal Owners
- Diagnosis of Internal Parasites in Small Ruminants
- ASPCA: What to do if your pet is poisoned!
- HomeAgain Microchip
- Global Vet Link
- Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- American Association of Equine Practitioners
- American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners
- United States Department of Agriculture