Primary Care Services
Now accepting patients in Hopkinton.
A physical exam is recommended every 12 months for dogs and cats under 7 years, and every 6 months for older dogs and cats.
A physical exam is an assessment designed to discover and diagnose ailments, ideally before they have significantly advanced. Each animal is different and has different needs. Together, we will decide what vaccine schedule is best for your pet.
Whether your pet is experiencing unexplained vomiting, limping, or just seems a little off, we'll will work with you and your pet to figure out what is wrong and how best to treat it.
If further treatment is required, we can refer you to an urgent care hospital or a local clinic for more complicated diagnostic tests and treatments such as x-rays and surgery.
Dr. Levine is certified in veterinary medical acupuncture. Using small needles, she can relieve pain, and help treat orthopedic and neurological disorders, like arthritis and paresis/paralysis.
Dr. Levine is USDA certified to complete domestic and international health certificates which are valid for 10-30 days depending on your destination. Some countries require a year in advance planning.
Vet for the Day
If you have a facility that has many pets, we can come for the day to see multiple patients. This service has proved very useful for assisted living facilities or businesses where animals come to work.
Surgery and Dental Care
For dentistry and most surgeries, we will refer you to a colleague with whom we have worked closely for many years who practices in a nearby clinic.