Canton Veterinary Clinic

 

 



Michele Belisle, V.M.D.
120 Tolman Street
Canton, MA 02021
Telephone: 781-821-0794
Email: M2belisle@AOL.com




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Cat Information
Dog Information
Other animal Information
Patient Drop-Off Information
Annual Exam  - Under 8 yrs old
Annual Exam - Over 8 yrs old
 

 

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To offer the highest quality of medical, surgical and dental services in a caring, compassionate and sensitive manner. A patient is not only a pet, but also someone's "Best Friend".

Veterinary  Services

Provide Comprehensive preventative health care    Provide Comprehensive preventative health care

 
Complete Medical and Surgical Care Complete Medical and Surgical Care
 
In-house diagnostic lab, Radiology, ultrasound available    In-house diagnostic lab, Radiology, ultrasound available

 
Dental Care Dental Care
Surgery suite with pulse oximetry & cardiac and respiratory monitoring    Surgery suite with pulse oximetry & cardiac and respiratory monitoring

 
Microchips for Pet Identification/AKC Animal Recovery Microchips for Pet Identification/AKC Animal Recovery
Computerized records, with digital pet image, word processing    Computerized records, with digital pet image, word processing

 
Behavioral Counseling  Behavioral Counseling  
Prescription Diets available     Prescription Diets available
 
Separate reception areas for cats and dogs Separate reception areas for cats and dogs

Separate reception areas for cats and dogs   Custom Care Pet Hand-outs available

 


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Mission Statement
To provide the highest quality, most thorough care possible to our patients in a companion animal practice that stresses health maintenance and excellent medical and surgical services. We prefer to work with committed owners.


We have booklets available from the American Veterinary Medical Association entitled “Saving the Whole Family – disaster preparedness”. The lessons learned from the hurricanes of this past year, and the potential for other emergencies in the future makes this a valuable resource, as this brochure provides valuable information on how to prepare for pets’ care during emergencies. This brochure is being offered free of charge – please stop by the office if you'd like a copy.

 

Have you heard of the potential Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act? This act, if accepted, would require state and local authorities to include pets and service animals in their disaster evacuation plans. The web page is:

 https://community.hsus.org/campaign/pets_act_house/

More people have pets than children and
this act is important to protect our “furkids”.

 


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Veterinary Ethics does not allow me to give diagnosis over the internet. An office visit and a patient's need to be examined in clinic is necessary to determine diagnosis.

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