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About Dr. Rhya Marohn

Photo of Dr. Marohn on active duty for the United States Army at Ft. Meade, MDI graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.  After graduation, I served for three years as an active duty United States Army Veterinarian, based in Ft. Meade, Maryland.  During this time I had the opportunity to care for some incredible working dogs – National Security Agency, Secret Service, Military Police and Capitol Police Canines.  I also had the pleasure of caring for the personal pets of military members at Ft. Meade.  It was a terrific three years that gave me so much appreciation for both our military members and working dogs.

Photo of Dr. Marohn with a patient at the Best Friends Katrina hurricane rescue center in MississippiAfter ending my time on active duty, I began law school at Georgetown Law Center in Washington, D.C.  Throughout law school, I continued working at small animal clinics on a part-time basis.  In January of 2006, I traveled to Mississippi to volunteer as a veterinarian at the Best Friends Katrina disaster relief center.  By January, there were only about 200 dogs and 50 cats left.  This spring, Best Friends was able to close down their rescue operation, with all of the animals reunited with their owners, adopted, or returning to the Best Friends Sanctuary in Utah!

I would encourage anyone looking for a worthy animal organization for a donation of time or money, to look into Best Friends.

Photo of Dr. Marohn teaching preschoolers about veterinary medicine and animal careI graduated from law school in May of 2006, and hope that I can utilize my law degree in some way, to benefit both animals and veterinary medicine.  But my heart really lies with veterinary medicine, in being a part of the amazing bond that people everywhere share with their animal companions. 

I started my housecall practice in 2006 and have found it to be a wonderful approach to veterinary medicine. Home visits decrease stress for dogs and cats and allow me to better understand an animal's history and lifestyle.

I live in Charles County Maryland with my husband Sean, my two children Sydney and Carter, and my two rescue dogs Rex and Sweetie.  Please call or send an e-mail to schedule an appointment for your pet.  I look forward to serving you!