MetroWest Veterinary Associates


Metrowest Veterinary Affiliates, Corporation. concentrates on the proper care of companion creatures including felines, dogs, bunnies and pocket pets. By worrying client education and dealing with our patients, clients and staff with dignity and respect, we provide an amiable atmosphere by which we practice quality medicine and surgery.

Our practice started in 1992. After functioning like a house call practice for 18 several weeks we moved directly into our recently built clinic in October of 1993. We provide a number of services including wellness exams, vaccinations, bloodstream work, surgery, dental hygiene, medical workups and radiology. Additional surgery and ultrasound methods are carried out in the clinic by board licensed outdoors specialists. We offer boarding on the limited basis like a plan to our clients.

The clinic is open six days per week (we're closed Sundays). Visits to the doctor are by appointment, but we could accommodate problems throughout our normal clinic hrs. After hrs problems are known to many emergency centers nearby.

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