Established in 1976, the Fall River Animal Hospital is a unique resource for animal care. Our goal is to provide the highest quality veterinary services
available. From our modern, state-of-the art facility we offer a wide range of professional services to ensure the health and well being of your pet. Our philosophy of personal, one-to-one service means you get professional, specialized care and understanding from every member of our staff. We are here to help and answer your questions and provide you with information that will enhance your relationship with your pet.
We are AAHA-Accredited! Accreditation is not mandatory, and in fact, only 12% of veterinary hospitals are currently AAHA-accredited. The AAHA accreditation standards are considered the highest standards in companion animal care and are routinely reviewed and updated to ensure they remain consistent with advances in veterinary medicine. This in-depth evaluation process encompasses around 900 standards of excellence including standards in these categories:
- 1. High-quality patient care and services. In the areas of anesthesia, preventing and containing contagious diseases, dentistry, emergency and critical care, pain management, patient care, surgery, and maintaining detailed and thorough medical records
- 2. Providing high-quality client service
- 3. Business and hospital management—human resources, continuing education, leadership, safety, housekeeping and maintenance
- 4. Diagnostic testing—laboratory, radiology, advanced testing and/or referral to a specialist.
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Leaving your dogs or cats outdoors when the temperature drops can cause many issues to your pets. Regardless of the season, short-haired, very young, or old dogs and all cats should never be left outside by themselves. Dogs and cats are safer indoors or at least have some type of outdoor shelter,
Short-haired dogs may feel more comfortable wearing a doggy sweater while on their walks. Additionally, with all the snow that we have been having some salts and ice melt that have been spread on the ground may have chemicals that can irritate your pets paws. Use caution when choosing ice melt to treat your driveways and walk ways where your pets walk around all the time.
- Monday, Thursday, Friday8:00-12:00 and 3:00-6:00
- Tuesday8:00-12:00 and 2:00-6:00
- Wednesday8:00-12:00 and 2:00-5:00.
- Office Number(508) 675-6374 By Appointment
Fall River Animal Hospital
33 18th ST,
FALL RIVER, MA. 02723
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