Norwell Veterinary Hospital is an AAFP Cat Friendly Practice!
It's official —Norwell Veterinary Hospital has been approved by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) as a Cat Friendly Practice – Silver Status!
We recently underwent some major renovations in an effort to achieve this high standard of feline friendliness, including adding brand new cat condos and play area for boarding, as well as exclusive feline waiting area and exam rooms. Learn more about our feline boarding services here.
Full-Service Pet Boarding Now Available!
Our newly expanded pet boarding facility is now open! Board your dog or cat with us with total confidence knowing that your trusted veterinarian team is close by.
In addition to the spacious kennels and separate feline boarding condos, we also offer individual play and snuggle time, and other extra amenities. Learn all about our pet boarding services and requirements here.
Book your pet's next vacation with us by calling (781) 659-4911 today!
Our Renovations Are Complete!
We are thrilled to share that we have updated our hospital and expanded our pet boarding services to better serve you and your pets!
The exciting new features include:
- A brand new pet boarding facility with 9 spacious kennel runs and separate feline condos
- Three additional exam rooms
- New pharmacy and laboratory facilities
- A redesigned retail space
- Revamped lobby with a separate cat-only waiting area
It is our goal to make your pet's visit at Norwell Veterinary Hospital as comfortable and efficient as possible. With these additions, we look forward to providing decreased wait times, a more efficient workflow, and pet boarding that has the comforts of home with the reassurance that your veterinary team is close by.
Call us at (781) 659-4911 with any questions, or to book your pet's next boarding stay with us.
Pet Dental Health Special Promotion
Schedule Your Pet's Dental Cleaning Today and Ask About Our $50 Dental Discount!
Periodontal disease results from a buildup of plaque on your pet’s teeth. The bacteria associated with this plaque can spread to the space under the gum line, where it eats away at the root of the tooth, causing erosion, bone loss, abscess and may eventually result in the need for extraction of the tooth. Infections in the mouth are not only painful locally, but can also lead to the spread of bacteria through the blood stream to other organs like the heart, liver, and kidneys.