Mount Laurel Animal Hospital has proudly served the community for over 40 years. Our caring and fun team of over 35 highly skilled doctors and more than 140 staff members is dedicated to the best possible 24 hour general, emergency and specialty veterinary care for your companion pet, whether he or she is a dog, cat, bird, fish or other exotic! Our mission is to serve our community, by providing a family friendly environment, which delivers the highest level of veterinary and dental care available, 24 hours a day.

Our Services

We’ve Expanded!

Our expansion is complete!  10 new exam rooms, 4 new surgery suites, a new lobby & elevator, expanded parking lot, event auditorium, dedicated ICU, rehabilitation, dermatology, neurology, CT & MRI and more!

Emergency Care

Experienced emergency veterinarians, and caring and compassionate staff are available 24/7/365 to help in your pet’s time of need.


Prevention is the key to your pet’s long-term health. Twice yearly examinations are our chance to assess your pet’s overall health.

Specialty Care

Services performed by Board Certified Specialists include Cardiology, Ophthalmology, Critical Care, Oncology, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Behavioral Medicine and Acupuncture.

House Calls

We believe in doing everything possible to safeguard your pet’s comfort and well-being, including seeing them within a setting that they feel safe and assured, your home.

Avian, Exotics & Fish Medicine

Our team of over 35 doctors is skilled in exotic pet medicine and available to assist you and your pet 24/7 for wellness and emergency situations. 


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Dr. Fiona Lee is a board-certified veterinary dermatologist. Beyond an undergraduate degree (3 years at NYU, chemistry) and a veterinary degree (4 years at UPenn), an additional rotating 1-year internship and 3-year dermatology residency is required, capped off by a […]

Dangers Of Animals In Hot Cars

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Welcome 2019! FIVE New Year’s Resolutions for You and Your Pet

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