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Welcome to Belvedere Veterinary Center in Baltimore

We're delighted to welcome you to Belvedere Veterinary Center, the place to be for comprehensive veterinary services in Baltimore MD. Our trio of skilled, dedicated veterinarians is ready to address any primary care needs your four-legged family members may require. We hope you'll take a moment to look through this website to learn about our wide range of veterinary services and other features, including our online pet store, which makes shopping for your pet's veterinary products extraordinarily easy and convenient.

You Can Trust Our Veterinarians with Your Beloved Pets' Health

Great veterinary care calls for great veterinarians, and we have three such practitioners ready to serve your pet's needs here at Belvedere Veterinary Center. Dr. Elianne Amstalden (who opened our clinic in 2011), Dr. Nancy Kauder, and Dr. Brendan Moulder all have the necessary skills, experience, expertise, and genuine love of animals that you and your pets will both appreciate. We devote the same care and attention to your pets' wellbeing that we would devote to our own animals, and we always strive to bond with our patients and make them feel as comfortable as possible. If you're looking for a family veterinary clinic in the truest sense of the word, then your family needs to meet our family!

A Lifetime's Worth of Comprehensive Veterinary Services

Just as a family doctor is prepared to handle a wide range of situations, our team at Belvedere Veterinary Center stands ready to address all your pet's primary care needs as a "one-stop shop." You can rely on our Baltimore animal hospital for such important services as:

  • Wellness care - Our wellness care services include regular physical exams, vaccinations, and weight management services to help your pet avoid obesity and its associated health risks. We can also microchip your pet to help ensure that he can always be identified as yours.
  • Dental care - In addition to routine dental checkups and cleanings, we can perform oral surgery, extract diseased teeth and administer other forms of dental/oral treatment.
  • Surgery - From spay and neuter surgery to complex internal operations, you'll rest assured knowing that your pet's regular veterinarian is performing that procedure with consummate skill and care.
  • Diagnostics - Our diagnostic lab tests helps us catch a health problem as early as possible. We also offer diagnostic imaging services ranging from X-rays to ultrasound.

We can even offer services such as travel documentation (to confirm your pet's health when you're entering another state of the country) and medical day care/hospitalization and feline overnight accommodations.

Schedule an Appointment With Belvedere Veterinary Center Today!

Now that you know some basic facts about Belvedere Veterinary Center, it's time to come and meet our team here in Baltimore MD. Call (410) 999-3300 or email us to set up an initial visit to our veterinary clinic. We're confident that you'll adopt us as your pet's "other best friend!"

Main Office

Monday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

  • DR.
    Elianne Amstalden
    D.V.M.

    Dr. Amstalden grew up in Long Island, New York. She got her B.A. in Biology at New York University in 1995 before attending Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. She finished her senior clinical year at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in January 2001. In 2007 she moved to Baltimore, MD and opened Belvedere Veterinary Center in 2011.

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  • DR.
    Nancy Kauder
    V.M.D.

    Dr. Kauder is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Columbia University in New York City. She has been practicing in the Baltimore area since 1995, and she joined the family at Belvedere Veterinary Center during January in 2016. Dr. Kauder’s interests within veterinary medicine include dermatology, animal behavior, and internal medicine.

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  • DR.
    Brendan Moulder
    D.V.M.

    Dr. Moulder grew up in Baltimore and attended Loyola Blakefield High School. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware. After working as a veterinary technician for several years, he ventured off to St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grenada. After which, Dr Moulder completed his clinical course work at Louisiana State University.

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Testimonials

  • "We just took our two new bunnies to be seen here and it was above and beyond expectations! Tim and Dr. Elianne were so thoughtful and thorough and genuinely loving to our sweet bunnies. Could not recommend more!"
    Heather B.
  • "Excellent! Tim and Dr. Nancy couldn't have been better with our 12 week old pup. Tim explained training, behavior, etc to help my 12 year daughter Take care of her pup. . Both answered our hundreds of questions. Not only was our visit exceptional, we got a follow up from Tim call the next day with lab results and he emailed us info. I will be recommending Belvedere to everyone I know!"
    Kim L.
  • "I can't say enough fabulous things about Dr. Elianne & the entire Belvedere staff!! Most importantly my coonhound pup Mabel LOVES them too... especially Thor! Dr. Elianne helped us through her very scary sickness last fall and I always knew she was in the best care!! When your dog loves the vet, that says it all :)"
    Mary D.
  • "We love the Belvedere Vet Center. They take such great care of our quirky rescue dog. We're thrilled that they set up shop so close by. They've definitely become the most popular vet among our friends and neighbors."
    Kathy R.
  • "Just had my first experience with BVC. Very happy with Dr. Amstalden and her staff and the way both I and my pet were treated. I felt that I was dealing with people I could trust and was very comfortable. Great attention and follow up."
    Melanie W.

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