Kingsbrook Animal Hospital
5322 New Design Rd | Frederick, MD 21703Call 240-397-9998
|Monday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Bird Vet
- Exotic Animal Vet
- Reptile Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
Kingsbrook Animal Hospital's mission is to meet and surpass the needs of our patients and clients through the most thoughtful, knowledgeable, informed and compassionate care possible.
Here's what Kingsbrook Animal Hospital clients are saying:
A million 'thank yous' to all the doctors and staff for everything you did for my buddy, Zephyr. He could not have had better care anywhere else.
There is no question that our dogs have had longer and happier lives because of the quality of the care they have received at Kingsbrook Animal Hospital.
Every time we visit the office, we are greeted with lots of helpful & smiling faces. Everyone's willingness to help us and the extra T.L.C. made a difficult situation much easier.
Dr. Brent Cook grew up on a farm in West Virginia among the same mountains that his ggggggreat-grandfather worked beginning in the mid 1700's. He was the first member of his family to attend college. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Franklin and Marshall College, he received his veterinary medical degree from The Ohio State University.
Dr. Cook worked as a veterinarian for many years in Northern Virginia before he and Dr. Davis opened Kingsbrook Animal Hospital. It was here that he learned many of the skills which he uses to manage their hospital. Chief among these is taking the time to listen. While visiting human physicians for his own care, Dr. Cook has seen for himself that unless the doctor takes the time to listen, the patient is not getting the best care. The medical care of animals (and people) is much more effective when the doctor takes the time to hear the whole story.
Dr. Cook sees that the pet owners who come to Kingbrook Animal Hospital are different from many others. These people see how much having an animal companion can enhance our existence. He realizes that pet owners come to our animal hospital because they want to know what is the best care they can provide their pets. While he works a lot with animals, he sees the most important part of his job is being an educator. By teaching humans how to prevent problems and what best to do when these occur, he allows pet owners to be involved in seeing that their companions live longer, healthier, and happier lives.
Dr. Cook is married to Dr. Cardella and they have one daughter. When not at work, they enjoy hiking along the C&O Canal or riding the family's horses in the mountains of his native West Virginia. Genealogy, learning about his forefather's involvement in the Civil War (some of his ggggrandfathers fought for the North, while others fought for the South), discovering more about the Lewis & Clark Expedition, or any other type of history are his main interests.
Dr. Morse Davis is another proud Buckeye having graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Prior to veterinary school, he attended the University of Vermont and fell in love with the state, returning each year to visit and purchase a fresh supply of maple syrup. Having grown up in Maryland, Dr. Davis returned here to practice and make his home.
Dr. Davis has special interests in geriatric medicine and pain management. He works hard to keep pets comfortable and feeling their best as they age whether it's a German Shepherd with hip dysplasia, a Siamese cat with kidney failure, or a mini-lop eared rabbit with dental disease. A very caring person, Dr. Davis treats all pets as if they were his own, but seeing a Husky will put a big smile on his face.
Dr. Adrienne Cardella is a 1993 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. A native of Maryland, she returned after school and has been practicing here ever since. Dr. Cardella enjoys working with all animals from dogs and cats to guinea pigs and birds. She has worked extensivley with the Bichon Frise Rescue Organization and aided in the care of nearly 150 foster Bichons.
Dr. Cardella is currently working part-time. She continues to spend much of her time at home caring for her daughter, Alice and volunteering at her elementary school. Her family also includes a geriatric cat named Roxie and a young and very active beagle named Clover.
Dr. Walker is originally from Frederick, and is thrilled to be back "home."
She has always loved animals & brought home her first kitten when she was 2 years old! She is patient and kind, and enjoys getting to know her patients and their families. Her special interests include education, community outreach and internal medicine.