Whole Health Veterinary Care

Welcome to Whole Health Veterinary Care!

Your new partner in caring for the health and wellbeing of your pets.


July 2024

We will be closed on Thursday July 4th for the holiday. We wish all of you a Safe and Happy 4th of July.

Helping our pets through fireworks

While many of us enjoy the fireworks displays common on July 4th, our pets typically aren’t among them. The loud and percussive experience of a fireworks display can give many animals high levels of stress and anxiety. Call our office if you need to refill your animal’s existing noise phobia prescription. Click the image below for tips on having a Fear Free Fourth.

Fear Free Fourth

Dr. Stancliff-Lubow

Dr. Stancliff-Lubow


Office Hours

Monday: 9am-6pm
Tuesday: 9am-6pm
Thursday: 9am-6pm
Friday: 9am-6pm
Saturday: 9am-3:30pm*
*Open the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.
CLOSED Wednesday & Sunday


About Our Facility

Whole Health Veterinary Care follows Dr. Christina Stancliff-Lubow’s philosophy on veterinary practice. During every medical evaluation, she identifies the best course of action utilizing gold standards within the profession and develops an initial treatment plan that leads to the best possible outcome. She then reviews, explains, & evaluates each phase/component of that plan with the client. Together they create a suitable course of action which best fits the medical needs of the pet and is feasible for the client. No “cookie cutter” medicine here.

Final decisions are ultimately made by the client. She strives to relay the relevant medical and scientific information and invites her clients to make informed decisions about their pet’s care. Sometimes the available options are limited, other times they are vast. In the end it is a team effort between the medical staff and the client which guides all medical decisions.

This casual and supportive atmosphere goes beyond client consultation. Whole Health Veterinary Care also utilizes low stress and Fear Free®™ techniques throughout the practice and in every aspect of our patients' medical care. This means we take steps to ensure that your pet’s experience with us is always as safe & comfortable as yours during each visit.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide high quality veterinary care to our patients. We strive to provide both medical and behavioral health services. We achieve this goal through effective communication with and responsible education of our clients. To us, high quality veterinary care follows the standards set forth by the national and state veterinary boards and species related associations. We also strive to meet these goals with compassion and care of our clients and their pets.


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Visit our online pharmacy. Request prescription refills, nutritional supplements, specialty foods, and so much more. Click the button below and create your account today.

Online Pharmacy 

Use the button below to access our client portal and see your pet's health records, make appointments, and more.

Please contact our office to set-up your Client Portal account, or if you have forgotten your password.

We accept CareCredit, a credit card with flexible financing options so you can pay over time. Click here to apply.*

*Subject to credit approval

For after-hours emergencies please contact or seek care at one of the following veterinary emergency facilities:

Pet ER - Columbia
10000 Old Columbia Rd., Columbia, MD, 21046
(410) 441-3304

Dogs and Cats Emergency & Specialty
6700 Laurel-Bowie Rd., Bowie, MD, 20715
(301) 809-8800

Emergency Animal Hospital of Ellicott City
10270 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD 21042
(410) 750-1177

The veterinarian’s oath includes the promise ‘to protect animal health and welfare, prevent and relieve animal suffering.’ It is a noble profession that demands a selfless commitment to serving the needs of animals.