In Patient Care 

In-Patient Care at Paradise Animal Hospital

Patient Comfort is our Priority

If your pet is ill or having surgery, they may require hospitalization for in-patient care in our clinic. While they are here, our veterinarians and veterinary technicians will administer all appropriate treatments and closely monitor your pet to ensure they are as comfortable as possible.

With a designated ICU and separate treatment wards for dogs and cats, our state-of-the-art facility provides your pet with a clean, safe space to recover. Rest assured that while your pet is in our hospital, our compassionate veterinary team will put them at ease and provide them with the loving care they need to feel better as soon as possible.

If you feel your pet may require in-patient care, please call (410) 777-5309

See What Makes Us The Right Choice for Your Fur-Baby

  • A Passion for Animals

    Our love for animals shows in everything we do, from minimal-stress handling to expanded hours to better accommodate our clients and patients.

  • State-of-the-Art Care

    With a modern facility and a strong commitment to education, the veterinarians and staff of Paradise are dedicated to providing your pet with the highest quality medical, surgical, and wellness care possible.

  • Commitment to Community

    As a proud member of the Catonsville community since 1990, Paradise Animal Hospital believes in giving back through a variety of local causes.

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  • “I’ve had pets my whole adult life, by far Paradise Animal Hospital is the BEST in Catonsville, MD!!”

    - Clarissa & Maile S.
  • “I have had an amazing experience with my pup at this facility.”

    - Amanda W.
  • “They are very thorough, and have taken the time to understand our cats special needs.”

    - Tom M.
  • “Dr. Thacker and Tim, the wonderful Vet tech, have been super heroes and I could not be more grateful.”

    - Katie Z.
  • “Over 15 years Paradise has cared for my dogs. The dogs come and go. The vet stays as good as always.”

    - Tim B.