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Acton Veterinary Clinic

470 Youngs Ridge Rd
Acton, ME 04001

(207)477-8144

www.actonvet.net

Acton Veterinary Clinic Welcomes You!

 

Since 2008, Acton Veterinary Clinic has provided high quality and compassionate veterinary care for dogs and cats of Acton and over a dozen surrounding communities. Located in a picturesque 1814 farmhouse, services include wellness and preventive care, surgery, dentistry, and in-clinic diagnostic testing. Our team collectively has over 75 years of veterinary experience and are dedicated to providing your pets with same level of care they would give to their own beloved friends.  

We invite you to learn more about the services we have to offer by browsing this website. Additionally, you will find useful links to sources of trustworthy and timely veterinary information.  If you have any questions, please call 207-477-8144 or email us. We are happy to help and would welcome meeting you and your furry friends! For directions to Acton Veterinary Clinic please visit the Contact Us page.  

Our Hospital

Imaging Tests (Radiology Options) for Pets

Imaging in veterinary medicine has advanced greatly since the first radiographs (x-rays) were taken of pets just decades ago. Today a multitude of imaging tests ...

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Zoonotic disease dangers present legal risks to veterinarians

When humans contract diseases from their pets, the consequences, in rare instances, can carry legal ramifications for their veterinarians. It's a scenario Dr. ...

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Hyperthyroidism Medication for Cats (Methimazole)

The most common medication prescribed to treat feline hyperthyroidism is called methimazole (trade name Tapazole or Felimazole). This medication has virtually r ...

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Influenza Strains in Dogs

Just like people, dogs can be affected by different strains of influenza, a highly contagious respiratory infection. There are two strains of canine influenza k ...

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Blood Work is a Basic Evaluation Tool

What does it mean when a veterinarian says she needs to run some blood work on your pet? Blood work - presurgical or otherwise - is usually a combination of a c ...

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New York Times article rocks veterinary profession

Two weeks of town hall-style meetings, internal memos, press statements and counterarguments have veterinarians across the country focused on one ominous predic ...

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