Southborough Veterinary Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital.  

We routinely provide the following services:

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Examinations
  • We recommend routine annual exams on all canine, feline, rabbit and guinea pig patients.

  • Many of the diseases we see are preventable or best treated if caught at an early stage.

  • Geriatric patients may need to be seen as often as every 3-6 months to best monitor their changing bodies. 

 

Vaccinations
  • We base our vaccine protocols on the recommendation of national veterinary boards such as the American Animal Hospital Association and the Feline Board of Practitioners.

  • Each patient has a vaccine schedule tailored to that patient that depends on risk factors and the health of that patient.

  • Vaccines are only given with owner consent.

 

Surgery
  • Common surgeries include spays, neuters, tumor removal, foreign body removal, cystotomies, and abdominal exploratories.  

  • Special cases may necessitate referral to a specialist.

  • Occasionally we have a specialist come to our hospital to perform surgery.

 

Ultrasound
  • We routinely have outside specialists come to perform ultrasounds and endoscopy for our patients.

  • These specialists are board certified in internal medicine, so they provide us for a valuable second opinion on difficult cases.

 

 

 

 

Laser Therapy

  • Our state of the art laser treatments can help manage acute and chronic pain such as post surgical discomfort or arthritis relief. 

 

Dental Care

  • Our brand new dental equipment allows us to provide state of the art dental care to our patients.

  • We perform routine prophylactic scaling and polishing as well as extractions and more complicated oral surgeries.

  • Dental disease is a common and often painful condition.

  • We consider the ability to provide our pets with healthy mouths as one of the great gifts of modern veterinary medicine.

Emergency Care
  • Our veterinarians are well trained in emergency medicine.

  • Common emergencies we see are pets that have been hit by a car, poison ingestion, bite wounds, lacerations and foreign body ingestion.

  • We see emergencies during our regular business hours.

  • For after hour emergencies, our answering machine directs our patients to Tufts Veterinary Hospital in North Grafton, BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Waltham and Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston. 

 

Nutrition
  • We offer a wide variety of specialty foods to meet the needs of our patients.

  • Many diseases such as heart disease, urinary tract disease, food allergy and obesity require special dietary consideration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boarding

  • We offer boarding exclusively for our own patients at the Southborough Veterinary Hospital. 

  • Our kennel is called Under One Woof. 

  • Please see our Boarding Page for more details!

 

 

Grooming
  • We commonly provide grooming services for pets that are not amenable to traditional grooming.

  • We commonly clip heavily matted cats or animals that require a little sedation.

  • We offer some specialty services such as Furminator De-Shedding Baths for dogs or Lion Cuts for cats.

  • Haircuts are performed at owner’s risk.

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Southborough Veterinary Hospital

78 Deerfoot Road Southborough, MA 01772

Phone: 508-485-4259 | Fax: 508-485-5246 | Email: info@southboroughvet.com