The Animal Medical Center of Watkins Park has again earned top scores for quality and price in the Washington Consumers' Checkbook review of top doctors in the Washington D.C. area. We thank our clients for their continued confidence in us. Check it out at


We are a full service, companion animal hospital treating dogs, cats, rabbits, and rodents. We understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's lifelong health care.  At the Animal Medical Center of Watkins Park, we treat your pet as we would our own!

Our goal is to practice the highest quality medicine and surgery with compassion and an emphasis on client education. Our entire health care team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet.

Our services and facilities are designed to provide:

• Routine preventive care and immunization to maintain your pet's health

• Early detection and treatment/prevention of disease as your pet ages

• Complete medical, surgical, and dental care

• Nutritional counseling

• Acupuncture and homeopathy

Call us at 301-249-3030 for information on services, pricing,

and making an appointment.

Hot Time in the City

Warm weather has returned, and so have fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. Use Frontline and Heartgard monthly to protect your pet against intestinal parasites, Lyme disease, heartworm, and other problems these pests can cause. Learn about our
special savings on these products! »

We also offer

a tasty chew treat that kills fleas and ticks for up to 3 months with one dose.
Learn more about Bravecto

Get hot weather care tips and more at Hot Topics »

Nobody Wants Their Kids Living on the Streets

Millions of kittens are born to feral cats every year. They will never have homes. And they will produce millions more kittens who will never have homes.

To help end this cat overpopulation tragedy, we are offering


for the entire month of August.

Please call 301-249-3030 for information.


Dental Disease and Your Pet

Dental disease is the most common illness encountered today in veterinary medicine today, affecting 8 out of 10 pets.

Unfortunately, it is also the most untreated disease.

Dental disease puts tremendous demands on your pet's organs, spreading infection and weakening the liver, kidneys and heart.

This additional stress can lessen your pet's quality of life and shorten life expectancy. Pets often go for years with painful gingivitis, fractured teeth or severe tooth root abscesses, without noticeable clinical signs to the owner.


Learn about our state-of-the-art dentistry services »


We are proud to announce that Washingtonian Magazine has once again ranked our practice among the area's top veterinarians.


Single No More!

Hi, I'm Sebastian. As you know, I was a semi-feral kitty who got very sick and was lucky enough to be placed in the care of AMCWP. I stayed at the animal hospital for months, recuperating and waiting for someone to fall in love with me and give me a good home. Little did I know that my true love was right under my nose the whole time. Technician Dee could not resist my lopsided ears, fluffy orange fur, and grumpy/lovey personality. I am so happy to say that I am comfortably ensconced in kitty kingdom, sharing my digs with Dee's other kitties. But I won't share the bed.

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