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Please call us at 410-757-3566 or use the form below to request an appointment.


1Welcome to Hoffman Animal Hospital!

Our veterinarians and staff are dedicated to offering the finest level of veterinary care in a friendly, comfortable, and compassionate environment. We strive to improve our practice by incorporating the most preeminent advances in veterinary medicine and providing an unsurpassed dedication to our chosen profession. We are committed to building life-long relationships with our clients, characterized by mutual respect and understanding, always demonstrating and maintaining a professional and supportive team effort. We treasure and respect the human-animal bond by being advocates for pets and fostering a compassionate relationship with their families. We believe pets are a privilege, not a right, and we are devoted to education about responsible pet ownership.


We understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's health care.

Our entire healthcare team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet and their family.

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At Hoffman Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like valued family members.

We welcome your comments and suggestions. Please contact us at 410-757-3566 or Email Us for all your pet health care needs.

Lisa Hoffman
Annapolis Veterinarian | Hoffman Animal Hospital | 410-757-3566

15 Old Mill Bottom Road N
Annapolis, MD 21409


Please call us at 410-757-3566 or use the form below to request an appointment.


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