Contact Our Equine Veterinarians in Maryland
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
P. O. Box 155
Beallsville, MD 20839
20701 Mouth of Monocacy Road
Dickerson, MD 20842
MEVA is conveniently located between Montgomery and Frederick County Maryland within a short drive to the Marion DuPont-Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg Virginia.
The clinic dispenses medications, shampoos, vaccines, dewormers and wound care supplies. We also can provide you with informational brochures regarding horse care, illness and reproduction.
We invite you visit our clinic – just give us a call to set up an appointment.
Let us know the best way to contact you. Please include your name, phone number, and e-mail address with all correspondences.
Directions to the Monocacy Equine Clinic
From Washington D.C., Rockville Maryland & Points South:
Take Interstate 95 north to 495 (Capital Beltway) towards Tyson’s Corner & Rockville, MD. Stay on Beltway to RT 270 north to Rockville. Take RT 270 north to RT 109 exit 22. Take RT 109 towards Barnesville for 5.4 miles to Barnesville Road. Turn right onto Barnesville Road and go 2.6 miles to stop sign at Mt. Ephraim Rd. Turn left onto Mt. Ephraim Road. Take 1st right onto Mouth of Monocacy Road. Cross over RT 28. Take 1st driveway on right. Street number is 20701. Follow gravel driveway approximately 1/2 mile to the white clinic and office buildings. From RT 270 to clinic: Approx. 15 minutes.
From Frederick Maryland & Points North:
Take RT 85 south. Remain on RT 85 all the way till RT 85 merges with RT 28 (do not turn right towards Point of Rocks). Cross over the Monocacy Scenic River. Take the 1st right onto Mouth of Monocacy Road. Take 1st driveway on right. Street number is 20701. Follow gravel driveway approximately half a mile to the white clinic and office buildings. From Frederick to clinic: Approx. 25 minutes.
(GPS & MapQuest directions to our clinic going southbound on RT 28 from Frederick are incorrect – you need to make a RIGHT onto Mouth of Monocacy Road, not a left hand turn.)
This site is intended to be used for informational purposes only.
If you have specific questions about a possible equine medical emergency, please contact your veterinarian immediately.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments about our website, our practice or horse care in general.
We’ll make every effort to respond in a timely manner, but understand that our primary focus in always to provide our clients the best possible care in the field and in our clinic.