The Visiting Veterinarian is a small animal veterinary house call practice based in Kent County, Maryland, providing comprehensive preventative and medical care for your pets.

We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories. We also work closely with local practices when special diagnostic or surgical procedures are required.

The Visiting Veterinarian strives to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care, thus allowing you the enjoyment of your companion for a maximum number of years -- and we do it in the comfort of your home! Our job is not only to treat your pet when he or she isn't feeling well, but also to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • AVMA

Serviced Areas

  • Kent County Maryland

Payment Options

  • Cash Only, Personal Checks

Contact Details

  Website
  Person Dr. Celeste Conn
  City Chestertown, MD
  Zip Code 21620
  Phone Number (410) 708-2608

Business Representative

Dr. Celeste Conn

The Visiting Veterinarian

Dr. Celeste Conn is a 1984 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She follows in her father's footsteps by doing both house calls for dogs and cats, and shelter work. House calls allow her to spend the time to know each pet and their owners without the pets being stressed by the other animals, sounds, and smells in veterinary hospitals.

Products & Services

Services

Vaccinations
Wellness Checks
Diagnostics Services
Flea and Tick Control
Internal Medicine Consults
Dietary Counseling
Behavioral Counseling
Hospice and Euthanasia
Health Certificates

  • I would recommend this business

The best place to take your pets. Great doctor and staff and reasonable prices.

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From Our Website

Most of the routine veterinary services your pet needs can be done with a house call visit. Emergency care for serious injuries, or procedures that require anesthesia (such as surgery, dental work, or x-rays) require a trip to a veterinary hospital. No more pests! We develop programs for the specific needs of your pet and your environmental situation. I will review with you the best ways to control external parasites in your house, in your yard and on your pet.


I've been fielding lots of questions lately regarding senior pet care. Clients have concerns that their elder pets are comfortable, that their pet's health is as optimal as possible given his or her life stage and that as owners, they are doing all they can to maximize a cat or dog's longevity. So I thought I'd share some insights about a subject dear to my heart. My dad used to say, "It takes a lean horse for a long race." Don't know if he made that up, but I do know what he meant. To live a long life, shed those extra pounds!


Due to the nature of a house call practice (previously scheduled appointments, traffic, weather, etc.) it can be difficult for us to provide emergency services. Whenever possible, we try to counsel owners on how best to handle a crisis. For immediate emergencies (including trauma, uncontrolled bleeding, or breathing difficulties), we recommend that you contact one of the local 24-hour animal emergency hospitals listed here.