Compassionate Care Veterinary

Compassionate Care Veterinary Center, About Us

Dr. Joan Diebold finished Brown College having a
Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Medicine. After graduation
in the College of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary
Medicine, Dr. Diebold completed an internship in the MSPCA’s
Angell Animal Clinic in Western Colonial. Since
then she's been practicing veterinary medicine in a number
of hospitals in eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island,
including 2 yrs in a practice concentrating in wild birds along with other
foreign animals.

Dr. Diebold’s regions of special interest include internal
medicine, skin care, cardiology, anesthesiology, feline
medicine, exotic animal medicine (especially wild birds and exotic
animals), discomfort management, behavior, and western herbal
medicine. She is part of the American Veterinary
Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital
Association, the American Association of Feline Professionals,
and also the Association of Exotic Mammal Vets.

Dr. Diebold is a resident of Quincy since 1984. She lives
together with her husband, Alan, as well as their numerous pets including
many felines, two dogs, an African Gray Parrot as well as an Angora

Compassionate Care’s philosophy is to pay attention to patient care as
along with client communications and client education. Our goal is
to supply the greatest quality choose to our patients. Every
effort is going to be designed to mix the medical excellence available at
large hospitals using the individual attention and friendly
atmosphere of the small clinic.

We advise routine screening for those healthy pets so as
to identify illnesses early and stop more severe problems
from occurring later on. We sincerely think that most
sick pets recover faster inside a familiar atmosphere, so,
whenever you can, we keep hospital stays low.

Compassionate Care Veterinary Center practices the most secure
possible anesthesia and it has extensive equipment for
monitoring all vital signs while our people are under
anesthesia. Our surgical patients go back home with sufficient

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