Acton Veterinary Clinic - Acton, ME - Home

Acton Veterinary Clinic

470 Youngs Ridge Rd
Acton, ME 04001

(207)477-8144

www.actonvet.net

we treat your pets

like the valued

family members they are

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 mission is to provide our clients and patients with comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care.

  

About Us

We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all of the services we provide.

 

Our Services

Pannus in Dogs

Pannus, also known as chronic superficial keratitis, is an eye disease that can result in blindness if it is not treated. Pannus is a lifelong problem that can ...

Read more ...

Parvovirus Infection: Physical Illness and Treatment

Treatment for parvovirus infection centers on what is called supportive care. This means that the veterinarian’s job is to keep the patient hydrated, comfortabl ...

Read more ...

ADR: Learning from History

And thus, one of the most colorful acronyms in veterinary medicine is born. ADR: Ain’t Doin’ Right.The conversation between the client and receptionist usually ...

Read more ...

Breast Cancer Happens in Companion Animals

Print an 8.5"x11" pdf of this poster. Everyone reading this is a mammal (unless you are a particularly sentient anemone, coelacanth or axolotl), and one of the ...

Read more ...

Senior Cats' Health Issues

A cat's health changes with age. Physical and mental changes occur, just as they do with people. Most older cats sleep more than they did when young, and they u ...

Read more ...

Neuropathic Pain in Dogs and Cats

Neuropathic pain is an abnormal painful response. It is caused by injury to or disease of the nerves, spinal cord or parts of the brain that are involved in rec ...

Read more ...