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The VCA All Caring Animal Hospital is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. The hospital was newly built in 1998 and opened shortly thereafter. We then joined the VCA team in 2006.
We offer both holistic and conventional veterinary medicine. Besides regular veterinary services such as preventative medicine, diagnostics, radiology, dentistry and surgery, we offer alternative therapies such as acupuncture and homeopathy. We tailor our care to reflect your needs as well as your pets’.
Additional Services: - Full-service veterinary hospital - Holistic medicine, Acupuncture - Homeopathy, and Herbal Therapy - Convenient hours - New clients always welcome - Appointments available Monday - Sunday - Preventive medicine - Wildlife welcome
Our goal is to help animals live longer, healthier lives. It's the reason behind everything we do. Our staff...smiling voices, smiling faces dedicated to friendly and professional service...every time. It's the little things that make our practice so unique. We offer extensive pet care right in our office including new puppy and kitten exams, well pet exams and geriatric exams. We also do blood testing, x-rays and dentistries. Our tagline: "More Pet Care for your Money.....More Pampering for your Pet" .... and we mean it!.
The mission of Creature Comforts and the passion of Dr Dale is to provide compassionate end-of life-care for pets in the comfort and privacy of your home. Dr Dale offers pet hospice, pet palliative care and pet end-of-life (euthanasia) services for pets with life limiting or incurable diseases. Animal hospice and palliative care provide comfort to companion animals as they approach the end of life. Services may include nutritional support, therapeutic laser, pain management, environmental stimulation, home modification and in home euthanasia. Pets are at ease in their own environment and pet owners are more relaxed. This creates a comfortable atmosphere for discussing a pets medical care and status.
Many pet owners choose hospice care in order to participate in decision making about their pets' needs. Pet parents have the time to say goodbye to their companions and to plan their death. Clients are interested in how they can provide meaningful end-of-life care for their pets. Let me be your partner, let me walk you through the process and help you answer the very difficult questions. Let me guide you in deciding when the "time is right" for your pet to be euthanized. These are personal decisions and many factors come into play. I will be there to support you, not judge you. Namaste.