Veterinary Neurology of the Chesapeake | Jay McDonnell, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVIM | Annapolis & Towson, MD

VNoC's veterinary neuro-surgeons are available for consults Monday through Friday in Annapolis and Wednesday in Towson. • For critical care and after hours, our two 24-hour ER clinics will coordinate with our neurologist on call to ensure your patient is seen within 24 hours. • Call the Pet+ER in Towson at (410) 252-8387. Call AAVEC in Annapolis at (410) 224-0331. Additional ER fees will apply. 

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Veterinary Neurology of the Chesapeake (VNoC) is led by board certified neurologist, Dr. Jay McDonnell, who has been practicing in Maryland since 2004. Our team has extensive training, experience, skill, and technologically advanced diagnostic equipment to help pets experiencing neurological conditions. MORE>>

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While pet owners are welcome to make consultation request, typically the request comes from their veterinarian. In order to ensure continuity of care, when we receive a consult request from a pet owner, we immediately contact their veterinarian for information about the pet. MORE>>

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To arrange for a consult at Veterinary Neurology of the Chesapeake, download, fill out and return to us the Referral Request form regarding your patient to begin the neurology consultation process. If you prefer, you can fill out the online form. MORE>>

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VNoC is currently participating in two brain research projects: Learn more about these projects that address malignant gliomas and meningiomas.

 

Baer testing: VNoC also offers BAER testing (brainstem-auditory-evoked-response testing), the only 100% reliable method for determining that a dog is deaf.

Board Certified Veterinary Neurologist Dr. Jay McDonnell | Annapolis & Towson, MD