If your pet is suffering from pain or another illness but not responding to traditional veterinary care, veterinary acupuncture may be an effective treatment option. Veterinary acupuncture is very ...View Article
"Celebrating the bond between pets and people by helping animals live longer, healthier lives."
Cape Ann Veterinary Hospital is a full service hospital for small animals in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Our highly trained staff offers the kind of service and care you and your pet deserve. Our Rockport office is open Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Preventive Health Care
Surgery and Dentistry
Full Pharmacy and Pet Food Selection
Call us today to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors.
- $50 Rebate with 12 Heartgard and 6 Nexgard (NEW oral flea and tick tablet)
Introducing ePetHealth, our new Pet Health Management System. If you were previously registered with ePet Records using a unique serial number, you will need to register again using your current email address. Go to:
You will be asked to register for the first time using your email address. A confirmation email will be sent to you with a link to complete the registration process. Once completed you will be able to manage your pet's health information in many ways including:
- Request appointments, medication refills, and products
- Set up email and text reminders for appointments, health services, and medication doses
- Access dozens of information videos and articles that may concern your pet's health
- Breed Information on your particular pet
- Customize your communication preferences with our practice to best suit your needs.
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