Hannah More Park 12035 Reisterstown Rd, Reisterstown, MD21136 The spacious park is home to Baltimore County's first dog park, a Skate Park for skateboarders and rollerbladers and a…More concert bandshell. Its Sunshine Playground has multiple playing areas for children of all ages. The B.A.R.C. (Baltimore Animal Recreation Center) Park has an area for small dogs and one for large dogs, both of which have water fountains for the dogs.
A-1 Caring Dog Grooming 11971 Reisterstown Rd, Reisterstown, MD21136 This dog grooming business is located in the Reisterstown Shopping Center. Call the number provided for more…More information.
Lebowitz & Mzhen, LLC 10 Crossroads Dr, Owings Mills, MD21117 Lebowitz & Mzhen law firm specializes representing individuals in medical malpractice, auto accident, wrongful…More death, dog bite and other injury cases. The practicing attorneys at the firm are Vadim A. Mzhen, Jamaal W. Thomas and Jack D. Lebowitz.
Tail End Kennels 6225 Glen Falls Rd, Reisterstown, MD21136 Tail End Kennels is located on Glen Falls Road just off of Westminster Road. The groomers will have your dog or…More cat looking and feeling better before you know it. Tail End Kennels claims to "treat your pets as if they were our own."
Main Street Veterinary Hospital 11617 Reisterstown Rd, Reisterstown, MD21136 The Main Street Veterinary Hospital is the office of Ed F. Molesworth, V.M.D., Judith Levenson, V.M.D., Janet Weistock,…More D.V.M., James Bryant, D.V.M., Judith Nabozny, D.V.M., Tammy Han, D.V.M. and Kathleen Saltysiak, D.V.M. The Hospital provides dogs and cats with checkups, vaccinations, surgery and dentistry, and treats animals for endocrine disorders, reproductive problems, worms and other sicknesses.
Situated in a tranquil, rural setting, Reisterstown Veterinary Center treats animals both small and large. Separate…More waiting areas are available for cat and dog owners.
The center is very client oriented and boasts a staff that has been with the veterinary center for many years. The doctor is accommodating of large animals and will make house calls for goats, cows, horses, and sheep. Frontline heartworm prevention along with Prescription Diet pet food is available.