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Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital (MVRH)

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Top-notch services you can count on!

Dog receiving acupuncture


Acupuncture has been used in medical practice to treat humans and animals for more than 3,000 years. The body of research showing its scientific effects for relieving pain and reducing inflammation is steadily growing.

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Anesthesia and Pain Management

General anesthesia is very safe and our veterinarians and support staff take a number of measures to alleviate pain and make this procedure even less risky.At Mass Vet, ensuring the safety and comfort of our patients is essential.

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Our cardiologist will work in conjunction with you and your regular veterinarian to provide the comprehensive care your pet needs. While some cardiac conditions may be serious, many heart diseases are manageable on an outpatient basis and allow for a good quality of life.

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Diagnostic Imaging

Mass Vet uses the latest technology in medical imaging, providing timely and high-quality images needed for the most informed and effective treatment of your pet. Veterinary diagnostic imaging allows us to non-invasively evaluate your pet and diagnose some medical conditions.

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Internal Medicine

Our expertise in diagnosis and treatment of chronic and complex health conditions, combined with compassion and understanding, ensures your pet has access to the best care possible. Our board certified Internal Medicine specialists work in conjunction with you and your regular veterinarian.

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Our pets can experience many of the same neurological problems as humans. Our neurologists will work with you and with your family veterinarian to provide the specialized care your pet needs. If you believe your pet is having a neurological issue, please go straight to an emergency room.

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Our skilled and compassionate oncologists are committed to providing the best care for your pet while also offering support and guidance to you and your family. The Oncology department will work with your primary care veterinarian to provide the comprehensive care your pet needs

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Our dedicated Ophthalmologists offer diagnosis, treatment and prevention of veterinary ocular diseases and infections. Our ophthalmologists will work with you and your family veterinarian to provide the comprehensive eye care your dog or cat needs.

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Our skilled surgical teams, including board certified surgeons and highly trained veterinary technicians, make Mass Vet a great choice for your pet’s veterinary surgery. Advances in veterinary medicine and veterinary surgery have been keeping close pace with those in human medicine and surgery.

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Collen Social Worker

Social Work

Veterinary social work is a specialty that focuses on the human needs of veterinary medicine. Understanding the significance of the human-animal bond is critical to veterinary medicine. At Mass Vet, our Social Worker Colleen addresses the needs that may arise for both our clients and our staff members.

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