Welcome To Natick Animal Clinic
Your local veterinarian of choice in Natick, MA.
PETS AND PARASITES:
Parasites can transmit pathogens that cause health threats to pets and family. To prevent your pet from becoming a medical statistic, understanding parasitic control is critical to his/her overall health as well as your own.
Natick Animal Clinic has the distinction of being accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association for more than 55 years. This means that Natick has been measured against 900 stringent standards as champions of veterinary care excellence!
Cold Weather Safety
Take advantage of the benefits of this season by bonding with your pet through outdoor activity. Soaking up winter sunshine, breathing in fresh, clean winter air and exercising with your pet make spending time outdoors with your four legged friend worth the layers of clothes you need to keep warm!
WE’RE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE NEW TRAINING SCHEDULE.
Senior Pet Health
He’s been your companion and a part of the family for a long time, but now you see some changes. He’s less agile and not as attentive as he once was. It’s inevitable – our beloved pets are growing older. This means his needs are changing and he is dependent on you to help him stay healthy and comfortable; and it’s our job to help you.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Are you familiar with that expression? Well nowhere is it more evident than in medicine. In this era of social media and instant access, almost all pet owners are barraged with advice on how to avoid visits to the veterinarian to save money.
Have We Seen YOUR Cat Lately?
Feline advocacy groups are clamoring for life long care for cats. Are our feline friends really a neglected species? You might be surprised to learn that cats receive far less veterinary care than dogs.
Veterinary Services Available
Our veterinary hospital
is pleased to offer a
variety of services
Pet Dental Health
The American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS) and the American Veterinary Medical Association report that more than 85% of family dogs and 70% of family cats exhibit signs of oral disease by the time they are three years old.