Middlesex County Animal Hospital

Find Middlesex County Massachusetts animal hospitals. Animal hospitals provide animal health services such as veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care.


Acton Animal Hospital 363 Main Street Acton MA 01720 978-263-7477


Apple Country Animal Hospital 35 Great Road Stow MA 01775 978-897-9271

Ashland Animal Hospital 10 Fountain Street Ashland MA 01721 508-881-2400

Belvidere Veterinary Hospital 215 Mansur Street Lowell MA 01852 978-459-9051

Best Pets Veterinary Hospital 2600 Main Street Tewksbury MA 01876 978-315-3512

Burlington Veterinary Hospital 64 Middlesex Turnpike Burlington MA 01803 781-270-0044

Cambridge Veterinary Care 1724 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge MA 02138 617-661-6255

Carlisle Animal Hospital 998 Bedford Road Carlisle MA 01741 978-369-9364

Central Animal Hospital Veterinary Clinic 109 Central Street Stoneham MA 02180 781-438-6404

Chelmsford Animal Hospital 11 Fletcher Street Chelmsford MA 01824 978-256-6011

City Cats Medical & Dental Center 665 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington MA 02476 781-641-3673

Commonwealth Veterinary Hospital 2285 Commonwealth Avenue Newton MA 02466 617-332-7030

Concord Animal Hospital 245 Baker Avenue Concord MA 01742 978-369-3503

Countryside Veterinary 289 Littleton Road Chelmsford MA 01824 978-703-8205

Domino Veterinary Hospital 29 Domino Drive Concord MA 01742 978-610-6870

Family Friends Veterinary Hospital and Kennel 864 Massachusetts Avenue Boxborough MA 01719 978-263-3412

Framingham Animal Hospital 1415 Edgell Road Framingham MA 01701 508-877-0900

Fresh Pond Animal Hospital 15 Flanders Road Belmont MA 02478 617-484-1555

Great Road Veterinary Hospital 272 Great Road Acton MA 01720 978-263-0553

Groton Veterinary Hospital 171 Lowell Road Groton MA 01450 978-448-2722

About Middlesex County Animal Hospitals

Middlesex County Animal Hospital is a medical facility for animals that provides a comprehensive set of animal medical care services for dogs, cats, household pets and other animals in Middlesex County, MA. Services range from wellness and routine examinations to diagnostics and treatment on both an in-patient and out-patient basis. Most Middlesex County Pet Hospitals are private, for-profit businesses.

You may contact Animal Hospitals for questions about:
  • Middlesex County veterinarians
  • Veterinary medicine and care
  • Middlesex County Emergency Animal Hospitals and clinics
  • Preventative pet health care
  • Pet boarding and kennels in Middlesex County, MA
Middlesex County Veterinary Hospitals

Middlesex County Animal Hospitals provide preventative care exams and diagnostic exams and typically have in-house laboratory resources that enable them to test blood, urine, and other samples without having to send samples to an outside facility. Other common testing and diagnostic resources at Middlesex County Animal Hospitals include radiology, electrocardiograms, and ultrasound.

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredits Animal Hospitals in Middlesex County for companion animals, i.e. dogs and cats. Accreditation is based on the Middlesex County facility's practices regarding pain management, anesthesia, fluids therapy, preventative care, and other aspects of animal patients' care.

Specialty Animal Hospitals

In addition to routine surgeries, Animal Hospitals are capable of specialty surgeries and other specialized treatments, such as laser surgery and oxygen therapy. Middlesex County pet boarding facilities are available at Animal Hospitals, and they offer intensive care along with full stock pharmacies. Many Animal Hospitals also provide dental services.

Middlesex County Emergency Vets

The extensive in-house resources of Middlesex County Emergency Animal Hospitals make them suitable for emergency medical services. Emergency veterinarians in Middlesex County, Massachusetts are available during all hours of operation, with sufficient staff to receive, treat, and monitor emergency patients with timely and appropriate care.

Middlesex County Animal Clinics

Animal or Veterinary Clinics are similar to Animal Hospitals, but they tend to have more limited resources. Animal Clinics in Middlesex County emphasize preventative care for dogs and cats including, neutering, spaying, and other routine procedures and diagnostics. They are more likely to use outside facilities for test results and refer non-routine surgeries to Animal Hospitals. Middlesex County Veterinary Clinics may primarily provide out-patient services, with less capacity for in-patient care.

Veterinary Teaching Hospitals

Middlesex County Veterinary Teaching Hospitals are Animal Hospital facilities with a large staff that conducts applied research and teaches veterinary students, while providing hospital services.