Mount Laurel Animal Hospital has proudly served the community for over 40 years. Our caring and fun team of over 50 highly-skilled doctors and more than 160 staff members is dedicated to the best possible 24 hour general, emergency and specialty veterinary care for your companion pet, whether he or she is a dog, cat, bird, snake or other exotic! Our mission is to serve our community, by providing a family friendly environment, which delivers the highest level of veterinary care available, 24 hours a day.

Our Services

24/7 Emergency

Our dedicated staff is available 24/7, 365 days a year to assist you and your pet in an emergent time of need. Walk-ins always welcome.

Specialty Care

Services performed by Board Certified Specialists include Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Critical Care, Oncology, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Neurology, Dermatology and Behavioral Medicine.

House Calls

Mobile appointments available daily. Safeguard your pet’s comfort and well-being by having them seen in your very own home.

Puppy Socials & Training

Set your new puppy up for success as an adult.  Learn how to socialize your puppy safely and effectively to new people, animals, and the environment.

Blood Bank

Just like humans, there is a national shortage of canine blood! Each unit of donated blood helps to save a life of one, two or three critically ill dogs. Sign-up to donate.


Our team of 50 doctors is skilled in exotic pet medicine and available to assist you and your pet 24/7 for wellness and emergency situations.


Cutting edge veterinary medicine performed by our highly skilled veterinarians will ensure your pet lives their best life from the puppy stage through geriatric care.


Our goal is to alleviate pain, improve range of motion, aid with healing, and regain strength and agility.

End Of Life

We provide guidance, counseling and the ability to give your pet a gentle, loving and respectful transition in the comfort and peace of their favorite place, your home.


Meet Our Doctors

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