Brockton Animal Hospital provides an array of veterinary routine, sick and urgent care services for dogs, cats, and other companion animals from birth through geriatric years.
In-depth medical care is available within our facilities minimizing the need for referral to outside specialists.
At Brockton Animal Hospital we are fortunate to have doctors on site that possess a broad range of surgical interests Surgery is performed in the following areas:
Rapidly expanding knowledge and significantly improved care in veterinary dentistry affords pets longer and healthier lives. Kidney and heart disease have a direct link to poor dental health. Our state of the art dental suite supports a myriad of services including:
Recent research indicates cats’ and dogs’ teeth are highly sensitive and transmit pain more readily than humans’ teeth, emphasizing the need for comprehensive dental care.
Responding to increased demand for less invasive treatment options we expanded our capabilities in alternative medical therapies. Our approach reduces dependence on many traditional medications, eliminating many concerns over side effects. The following treatments are used independently or in conjunction with traditional medicine.
Our hospital director, Dr. Hirschberg, is a pioneer in expanding the uses of laser and light therapy in companion animal veterinary medicine. LLLT (also known as Cold Laser Therapy or Photobiomodulation) is effective for:
Whether a pet is suffering from a temporary condition, chronic disease or terminal illness, our doctors and staff support the pet to achieve as active and comfortable life as possible.
Supportive, palliative and hospice care include a broad based effort with both the pets and their families to assure that the maximal comfort and quality of life is achieved.
Health maintenance is a major aspect of our practice philosophy. By providing thorough examinations, client education and preventive care we help maximize both the quality and longevity of a pet’s life. These programs include:
Radiology remains a mainstay of medical practice. Depending on the condition, other sophisticated and specialized imaging techniques may be required to achieve the most reliable results. At the Brockton Animal Hospital we routinely make use of:
In-house Laboratory Testing
We pride ourselves in the efficiency of our in-house testing. Many blood and chemistry test results are available nearly immediately enhancing treatment of our patients. Laboratory evaluation of a multitude of diseases is also available. Below are some of the most common the in-house tests.