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What actually is “normal” these days? That is a topic that could take hours to address….probably best over a beer or a glass of wine. Ooops, I forgot…..can’t do that right now either. At least, that is, we can’t do that in public. But a few things we can do at the Brockton Animal Hospital… Continue reading

What more could a new graduate or experienced practitioner ask for? Emphasis on work life balance , thoroughness in patient care, flexible schedule and benefits which include a signing bonus and educational loan repayment assistance.  All in a full service hospital equipped with every “goody imaginable” and a medical staff that loves to share cases… Continue reading

As if the current Corona Virus outbreak in humans is not enough to unsettle life as we know it, the isolated reports regarding the suceptibility of our four legged friends makes things even more complicated. In an effort to clarify the issue, here is what we know at this point. 1. Cats and dogs both… Continue reading

Posted on April 30th, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Covid 19 in Dogs and Cats

Update on Status of Hospital Although we are continuing to operate the practice in order to provide the care that our clients rely upon, we have made a few temporary changes to our hospital protocols. Upon arriving to the hospital for your designated appointment time, please call from the parking lot in order to notify… Continue reading

Posted on March 30th, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Update on Hospital Status

These Are Difficult times….. The current situation is unlike anything any of us have prevoiously experienced. Medical facilities are taking different approaches in providing essential patient care while doing as much as possible to protect healthcare workers and their families. Brockton Animal Hospital will continue to operate in order to provide the urgent and critical… Continue reading

Posted on March 17th, 2020 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on These Are Difficult Times

As many of our clients have experienced, Photobiomodulation, also known as Light Therapy or Laser Therapy, has become an indispensable part of our practice. Photobiomodulation treatment of many conditions including injury, osteoarthritis, pancreatitis, liver disease, eye disease, disc disease, on and on is now commonplace in our practice. The results are usually excellent and, in… Continue reading

Sadly (for some but maybe not so much for parents) summer is winding down and we are all engaged in the return to the three season “normalcy” of the school year. Supplies, after school programs, day care, work and school schedules are all in the forefront now. While our four legged friends don’t overtly require… Continue reading

We are very grateful for your recommendations and the influx of new patients during the past year. Many have found us as a principle resource for Photobiomodulation (aka: Low Level Laser Therapy) while others value our full service capabilities residing under a single roof. Ultrasound, surgery, ophthalmology and internal medicine are just a small sampling… Continue reading

Brockton Animal Hospital has been a leader in the use of Photobiomodulation, also known as Low Level Laser Therapy, in the Boston area for nearly fifteen years. Although the initial use was as a drug free treatment for arthritis and other orthopedic injuries, treatment has expanded to include chronic kidney and liver disease, neurologic and… Continue reading

Posted on April 19th, 2019 in Integrative Medicine, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Photobiomodulation (Low Level laser Therapy) Now Front and Center in the Opoid Crisis

It happens every year in veterinary exam rooms across the country. Time for the annual checkup and the vet looks at you and your pet and says: “looks like its been a long winter….her weight is up a bit” to which you reply “she always gains a bit in the winter and then loses it… Continue reading