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Warm & Fuzzy Veterinary Center to hold grand opening in Middle River

Warm and Fuzzy Vet CenterMIDDLE RIVER, MD – Baltimore’s newest animal hospital, Warm & Fuzzy Veterinary Center, is now welcoming clients at its Middle River location in Greenleigh at Crossroads. Combining the highest standards in veterinary medicine with a refined in-office environment, Dr. Robin Urie’s private practice brings Baltimore-area pets and the humans that love them expert care.

“While we are already seeing many familiar faces, I look forward to meeting more of the fellow animal lovers in this community and their beloved furry – or feathered or scaly! – family members,” said Dr. Robin Urie, owner and lead practitioner at Warm & Fuzzy Veterinary Center. “I’ve always dreamed of opening a practice that reflects the tailored and thoughtful care with which we handle our patients, and I know our clients will get that feeling each time they visit us.”

Warm & Fuzzy will be celebrating its grand opening on Sunday, April 28, from 11a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring a dog wash fundraiser benefiting local rescue organizations. For a recommended donation of $5, pet owners can bring their dogs for a bath and opt for an additional $2 nail trim and ear cleaning.

The event kicks off with a ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by refreshments, games and giveaways for the whole family, including:
- Hospital tours
- Door prize drawing for a custom pet portrait
- Beer tasting by Pooles Island Brewing Company
- Scavenger hunt, face painting and more


The newly-built facility is located in the Greenleigh at Crossroads community in Middle River on Maryland Rt. 43 between U.S. Route 40 and Eastern Boulevard.

Before opening Warm & Fuzzy, Dr. Robin Urie worked extensively in daytime veterinary and emergency medicine settings, and extended her surgical services to clinics throughout Maryland. Dr. Urie first received her undergraduate degree from Towson University and graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.

A Maryland native, Dr. Urie lives in Perry Hall where she grew up. She shares her home with her husband, two little girls, a high-energy Catahoula Leopard dog, two feline friends – including a Mokave Jag cat – and about 20 koi fish.

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