<p align="center"><span style="font-family: Arial Black"><span style="font-size: 12pt"><font size="7">Southern New England Veterinary Care&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </font></span></span><span style="font-family: Arial Black"><span style="font-size: 12pt"><font size="7">508-278-6990</font>&nbsp; </span></span></p>

Southern New England Veterinary Care            508-278-6990 

 

 

Services


Because of the shorter lifespan of our pets, we stress the importance of an annual physical examination. Thorough check-ups and preventive care can help alleviate serious health problems. We offer a wide range of veterinary services to keep your companions feeling their best:

  • Wellness Exams
    • These are once to twice a year healthy pet exams that are usually combined with routine diagnostics and vaccinations.
    • We focus on preventative medicine so that we can work with you to keep your pet happy and healthy
    • We see cats, dogs, and small pocket pets (such as mice, rats, hamsters, rabbits, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, chinchillas, ferrets, etc)
    • We are also available to perform wellness exams and vaccinations on horses including Coggins Testing
  • Sick Patient Exams
    • These are for pets who are feeling under the weather or who have medical conditions that need to be addressed.
    • After your pet has been evaluated and his/her medical needs have been assessed, we will work as a team to provide you with an tailored diagnostic and treatment plan for your pet.
    • Please note that due to the mobile nature of our practice any patient that requires hospitalization or surgery will be assessed and referred to an appropriate facility.
    • We will see sick cats, dogs, and small pocket pets. At this time, we are not equipped to evaluate or treat sick horses.
    • For any sick or injured horses, we highly recommend the Massachusetts Equine Clinic in Uxbridge, MA
  • Technician Appointments
    • Vaccination Boosters
    • Blood work
    • Nail trims
    • Sanitary grooming/De-matting
    • Anal Gland Expression
    • Wound Care
    • Medication Administration/Fluids
  • Core and Recommended Vaccines
    • Dogs
      • DHPP Vaccine (Distemper, Hepatitis, and Parvovirus)
      • Rabies Vaccine (required by law*)
      • Bordetella Vaccine (includes Parainfluenza)
      • Lyme Vaccine
      • Leptospirosis Vaccine
      • Canine Influenza Vaccine
    • Cats
      • FVRCP Vaccine (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
      • Rabies Vaccine (required by law*)
      • FeLV Vaccine (Feline Leukemia Virus)
  • Routine Diagnostics
    • Intestinal Parasite Checks (fecal tests)
    • Blood Tests
      • Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV), Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), and Feline Heartworm Disease Tests
      • 4DX Test (Heartworm and Tick Diseases: Lyme, Anaplasma, and Ehrlichia)
      • Coggins Testing (horses)
  • Wellness Diagnostics
    • CBC (Complete Blood Count)
    • Chemistry Panel
    • Urinalysis
    • Urine Microalbumin (protein)
    • Thyroid Profile (including T4/Free T4)
  • Other Diagnostics
    • Skin Scraping (for mite infestation)
    • Ear and Skin Cytology (for bacteria and yeast infections)
    • Fine Needle Aspirate and Cytology (for evaluation of skin growths or masses)
    • Ear Mite Swabs
    • Bacterial Culture with Antibiotic Sensitivity Test (ie. urine, ears, wounds)
    • Blood Pressure Measurement and Monitoring (Doppler and NIBP)
    • Electrocardiogram Evaluation (ECG)
    • Oxygen Level Evaluation (Pulse Oximetry)
    • Fluorescein or Rose Bengal Eye Stain Evaluation (to evaluate for a corneal ulcer)
    • Schirmer Tear Testing (to evaluate for dry eye)
    • Schiotz Intraocular Pressure Testing (to evaluate for glaucoma or uveitis)
    • Orthopedic Examinations and Lameness Evaluations
    • Neurologic Examinations
  • Preventive Medicine (which includes medications dispensed during the visit or conveniently shipped directly to your home)
    • Heartworm Prevention (monthly/ year round)
    • Flea and Tick Control
    • Dewormers for parasites
    • Prescription Medications
    • Prescription Food
    • Joint Supplements/Omega 3 Fish Oil
    • Dental care (at home)
    • Refills (easy and convenient)
  • Puppy and Kitten Care
    • We will teach you everything you need to know for your new family member
        • Recommended puppy/ kitten vaccine protocol individualized for your pet once we have discussed the lifestyle of your pet
        • Deworming program to be sure your new pet is free of parasites
        • Recommendations for diet and treats
        • Recommended trainers (for puppies) and puppy classes (for socializing)
        • Recommendations for safe toys for your new pet
        • Training tools for house training, crate training, etc
        • Recommendations for safe shampoos and bathing
        • How to clean ears after bathing and recommendation of safe products
        • How to do a nail trim
        • How to introduce your new pet to your current pets
  • Health Certificates (both Intra-state and International)
    • Federally accredited
    • Fully accredited in MA and RI
  • Microchip Placement
  • Behavior Consultations
    • Inappropriate urination
    • Separation anxiety
    • Thunderstorm phobias
    • Introducing new changes in your home such as a new baby or a new pet
  • Body Mapping
    • Measurement and documentation of all masses
    • Recommended evaluation of each mass with a Fine Needle Aspirate
    • Recommended Cytology (microscopic evaluation)
  • Plucking of Distichia (extra eyelashes that rub on the eye)
    • This procedure offers short term relief to your pet with this medical condition, but unfortunately the eyelashes will continue to grow back and need to be manually plucked again in the future
    • Please note that cryotherapy is the treatment of choice for distichiasis
  • Weight Management Programs
    • Dietary Recommendations
    • Exercises and activities for your pet
    • Mobile scales for both cats and dogs for monitoring weight
  • Nutritional Consultations
    • Initial assessment and recommendations for the best diet for your pet
    • Referral to a certified veterinary nutritionist, if needed
  • Rabbit Care and Husbandry
    • Dietary recommendations
    • How to do a Nail Trim on your bunny
  • Zoonotic Disease Prevention
    • Counseling and prevention of diseases/ parasites that you may be at risk for sharing with your pet
      • Roundworm, Hookworms, and Whipworms
      • Giardia
      • Ringworm ( a badly named fungus)
      • Toxoplasmosis
      • Bartonella (Cat Scratch Fever)
    • Deworming Protocol and Preventative Treatment  
    • Monitoring Program to ensure your pets are parasite free
  • Allergy Diagnosis and Management
    • Food Allergy and Food Trials
    • Environmental allergy (seasonal, non-seasonal)
    • Allergy Testing (blood test)
    • Hyposentization with allergy injections made specifically for your pet’s allergies
    • Flea allergy and Flea Prevention
    • Contact Allergy (ie to plastic)
  • Wound Care and Bandage Changes
  • Pain Management
  • Postoperative Care
    • Introduction to home physical therapy after major orthopedic surgery such as cruciate ligament knee surgery (CCL) and patellar knee surgery
  • Senior Pet Care
    • Geriatric Screening
    • Management of arthritis
    • Dental disease management
    • Canine cognitive dysfunction- a disorder in dogs similar to Alzheimer's
    • Urinary Incontinence management
    • Recommendations for helping our deaf or blind patients
  • Hospice Care
    • At home management of chronic diseases, such as kidney failure patients and cancer patients
    • We will teach you how to administer subcutaneous fluids at home to keep your pet hydrated
    • Medical intervention with pain medications, anti-nausea medications, or appetite stimulants if needed
    • Use of slings or harnesses to facilitate your pet going in and outside safely
    • Our goal at this point is to be sure that your pet ultimately has more good days than bad. We want to your pet to enjoy the things that they normally would such as food, toys, and your company.
  • Peaceful At Home Euthanasia
    • One on One counseling to help you through this difficult final decision
    • Grief Counseling tools for you and your family including for your children
    • A keepsake of your pet’s paw print in clay
    • Final Gift (private cremation service)
  • Services offered through Referral (upon examination of your pet):
    • Hospitalization and ICU care (24 hour care, if needed)
    • Surgery (routine and non-routine)
    • Dental Cleanings (including dental x-rays)
    • Radiography
    • Ultrasonography
    • Ophthalmology
    • Dermatology
    • Internal Medicine Consultations
    • Surgical Consultations
    • Rehabilitation and Pet Therapy
    • Behaviorist