If you live near Boston’s north shore, Lynn, Salem, Swampscott, Marblehead, Peabody, Danvers, Beverly, Saugus, Revere, Malden, Stoneham, Wakefield, Lynnfield or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further.
We are a busy full service animal hospital providing personalized service, convenience and individualized care for family pets in Lynn and the surrounding communities since 1982. In addition to family pet care, our hospital provides services to numerous humane organizations including MSPCA, Animal Rescue League of Boston, Greyhound Rescue and more than a dozen smaller groups.
Our doctors have proudly served local pet owners for over 30 years. We are able to provide comprehensive medical and surgical care including: affordable surgery, health care both preventative and comprehensive, risk assessments and vaccination plans, laboratory diagnostics, digital radiology and more. For client convenience we have an in house and an online pharmacy as well as therapeutic and prescription diets from Hills, Royal Canin, Purina and Iams.
Our health care team has a tremendous amount of veterinary experience. Most of the staff has been with us for over 10 years and some since the hospital first opened.
It is our desire to provide the highest quality medical and surgical care to our patients and offer the best possible service to our clients. We will help owners to care for and protect their pets by providing comprehensive veterinary service to all animals in our care, with emphasis on courtesy, respect and appreciation for our clients. We will develop plans and solutions that meet the needs of our patients, their families and the community.
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At North Shore Animal Hospital, we will help you care for and protect your pets.
|David A. Dunn DVM||Rachel Boss DVM||Jean Higginson DVM|
|Petra Doyle DVM||Wendy Smillie DVM||Alan Bodenmueller DVM|
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North Shore Animal Hospital
1 Neptune Boulevard
Lynn, MA 01902
Everybody is fantastic at North Shore Animal Hospital!!! My dog Yogi was neutered yesterday; The staff was very thorough and thoughtful!!! Love them!!
- Lori C.
Office Hours By Appointment
Emergency Medical Services
During office hours call us immediately at 781-596-0510 and we'll ensure that your pet receives our medical care as quickly as is necessary.
Nearby clinics that provide after hours emergency care:
Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital provides 24-hour emergency and critical care services for companion animals as well as for sick or injured wildlife. They are located at 20 Cabot Rd, Woburn, MA 01801. Phone (781)932-5802
Angel Memorial Medical Center, Boston provides 24-hour emergency and critical care services for companion animals as well as for sick or injured wildlife. They are located at 350 South Huntington Ave, Boston MA . Phone (617)522-7282
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