Veterinarian in Westport MA
Veterinarian in Westport MA

965 Sanford Road, Westport, MA 02790 • PH (508) 636-8382 • Fax (508) 636-7199

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Veterinary in Westport MA
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Small Animal Health Care, Acoaxet Veterinary Clinic

Acoaxet Veterinary Clinic Treats Rabbits and Pocket Pets

Rabbits and Pocket Pets

Acoaxet Veterinary Clinic has the expertise to treat rabbits and pocket pets such as ferrets, chinchillas, hedgehogs, guinea pigs, rats, mice, gerbils and hamsters!  Just like dogs and cats, your pet needs ongoing veterinary care including balanced nutrition, human interaction, and appropriate management of his/her environment. 

We strive to meet the medical needs of all pets, and we offer veterinary care services for rabbits and pocket pets which includes:

We Would Love to Meet Your New Pet!

If you have acquired a new rabbit or pocket pet, we recommend you have your new pet examined by us within 1-2 weeks after purchase to ensure their good health.  We will discuss nutrition and behavior issues with you at your first appointment.

Annual Examinations are Important for All Pets
All pets need to be seen annually for a wellness exam.  An annual exam gives us the opportunity to ensure that your pet is healthy and has baseline records and baseline blood values for future reference in the event that your pet is ever sick.  Depending upon the type of pet, we will discuss vaccination options with you.  An annual exam gives you one-on-one time with us so we can answer all of your health and behavior questions.

This is an easy procedure that can be done in-office without anesthesia. Microchipping is the safest permanent identification. We recommend microchip identification for all pets.

These Pets are Masters at Hiding Signs of illness.
Because rabbits and pocket pets are very good at hiding their signs of illness, an annual checkup is a good way to screen for problems we can’t see. It is important to keep your pet's vaccines current.

If your rabbit or pocket pet exhibits signs of illness, please call us right away; it probably is an emergency situation for your pet. Learn to recognize a sick pet—it is common for the first signs go unnoticed. Usually the first signs include:

Our veterinarians and staff are highly skilled at treating and caring for many types of pets and are pleased to be able to offer care, behavioral advice and guidance.   Please give us a call today to set up an appointment for your special pet.

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