Welcome to

Pets On The Shore Veterinary Hospital

-Dr. Erin Giza

in Salisbury, Maryland
Call us at 410-742-3935

Fax 410-341-7294

Email:  [email protected]

1/11/2021: We are going to resume curbside service. Clients will not be permitted into the building unless under special circumstances. You will call when you arrive and the staff will meet you at the front door in order to gather your pet. Dr. Giza will examine your pet and be on the phone with you in order to decide on a treatment plan. Unfortunately, we have had clients not be truthful with us about their exposure to COVID and that puts our staff at risk which is unfortunate. We will be keeping with this policy until we are vaccinated or until further notice. Thank you so much for your understanding.

Weekday lunchtime emergencies:  If you are an established client and have a true emergency with your pet you may reach us at our lunch break at 410-422-4229.

PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE PHARMACY TO HAVE MEDICATIONS AND FOOD, ETC DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO YOUR HOME! SEE THE DROP DOWN MENU IN THE TOP LEFT CORNER! 

We would like you to be aware of a policy change. We have had quite a few no-shows for appointments in spite of us calling the day before to confirm appointments.  So we are having to institute a new policy due to the fact that we have many clients that would like to have their pets be seen and we are even staying through many lunches to make that happen. We understand that things can happen and appointments can be missed once but reoccurrence of this is unfortunate for us and for other patients. Therefore if you have an appointment and do not show and do not call prior to your appointment then you will be charged an exam fee. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

For exotic pet emergencies please call Stahl Exotic Animal Veterinary Services in Fairfax, VA at (703) 281-3750 or Chadwell Animal Hospital in Abingdon, MD at (443) 512-8338.

We have three exam rooms, in house laboratory, ultrasound, surgery, dentistry and digital x-ray. We now also offer Companion Laser Therapy and acupuncture.

The office is situated on a large piece of property so there is plenty of room for walking your pets.


    1. Dr. Erin Giza
      Salisbury Veterinarian | Pets On The Shore Veterinary Hospital | 410-742-3935
    2. 235 Dykes Road Salisbury, Maryland 21804
    3. Fax 410-341-7294
    4. email: [email protected]

Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Definitely recommend! Dr. Giza is the one for you if you've got a mini pig!
    Staff is very friendly and the hours are perfect for anyone who works!"
    Erica S.
  • "The change of hands hasn’t changed the service! It may be a bit better now!"
    Brian S.
  • "Where do I begin? I HAD been going to the same vet for years because he was convenient. Erin is AMAZING! She shows genuine love and compassion for our babies as well as for us as the parents! My dog is always nervous at the vet and wouldn't let her "old" vet touch her much... She warmed right up to Erin and her staff. So happy we found her!"
    Lisa L.
  • "Erin is amazing! And it warmed my heart to see how comfortable my pupper was with her. Best experience yet."
    Mia T.

Our Location

235 Dykes Rd. Salisbury, MD. 21804

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

1:30 PM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

1:30 PM-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

1:30 PM-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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