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Since 1982, the North Laurel Animal Hospital has served Laurel and the surrounding community. Our doctors are highly trained and remain at the forefront of veterinary medicine while our staff embraces the latest technological advancements in order to deliver the best possible care for your pet. We are staffed by a dedicated team of veterinary technicians, technician assistants, receptionists and doctors who strive to offer the most up to date medical and surgical procedures available for your pets' total health care.
Dr. Bob Cohn head up the medical staff. Dr. Cohn has owned and operated the North Laurel Animal Hospital since it's inception in 1982. Dr. Cohn attended Franklin Pierce Unversity in Rindge, NH attaining a degree in Biology before attending Araneta University in the Philippines for his veterinary education.
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At North Laurel Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Bob Cohn
Laurel Veterinarian | North Laurel Animal Hospital | 301-953-7387
9105 All Saints Rd. -Suite P
Laurel, MD 20723
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