About Churchville Veterinary Clinic

About Churchville Veterinary Clinic in Churchville

Our Vision

Our vision is to ensure the health and well-being of our patients and their owners. The goal of our staff is to educate our clients on preventative health care for their special companions. We are proud to offer the very best in veterinary medicine.

Quality and cost are two main aspects to consider when choosing treatment for any member of your family. We work hard to balance those needs while providing the best possible care for your pet. 

Although the clinics have grown and developed over the years, the one thing that has remained constant is the love, compassion, and dedication the doctors and staff have for the animals in our community.

Information About Our Clinics

Churchville Veterinary Clinic (CVC) was started in 1971 by Dr. Richard Streett, Jr. Over the years the practice has changed with the population. Originally a mixed practice, we became an exclusively small animal practice in 1976. In 1998, Dr. Dan Hopkins and Dr. Paula Winters became partners, and in 2006, Dr. Rich Streett joined the team.

Greenbrier Veterinary Clinic (GVC) was opened in Bel Air on November 1, 2000 as a satellite clinic of Churchville Veterinary Clinic.

Swan Creek Veterinary Clinic (SCVC), located in historic Havre de Grace, MD, was opened on July 30, 2007. It opened as our third location in Harford County.

We strive to continue to provide high quality medical and surgical care to all of our patients at all three locations.

Churchville Pet Resort and Four-Footed Friends Shoppe and Salon, located at our Churchville location, is our full service boarding facility and pet salon. We have been serving the boarding and grooming needs of Harford County, Cecil County, and the surrounding community for over 30 years!