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Services

We are pleased to offer the following services at Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital :
  • Small Animal Veterinary Medicine
  • Small Mammals and Exotics:
  • Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Mice, Rats, Chinchillas, Sugar Gliders, Ferrets, Snakes and Reptiles.
  • Wellness Visits and Vaccinations
  • Microchips (HomeAgain)
  • Allergy Testing
  • General Surgery
  • Spaying and Neutering
  • Digital Radiography
  • Dentistry with Dental X-Ray
  • Hospitalization
  • In-house Laboratory Testing, including Heartworm and Lyme Testing
  • Pharmacy Items and Prescription Diets
  • Parasite Control and Prevention

    Preventative medicine is one of the best ways to care for your pet and keep them living a long and healthy life. At Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital, we recommend Annual Physical Exams for all patients, canine and feline, young and old, big and small. Routine visits allow us to keep track of your pet's health as well as address any questions you may have about your pet.Rabies vaccines and Distemper vaccines are considered core vaccinations and should be given to cats and dogs, even if they are "indoor" pets.Should your pet need any additional treatments such as surgery, dental cleanings, or hospitalization, Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital is equipped to administer such treatments.Please contact our office at (802)862-2472 if you have questions about our services.

Appointments

Our appointment book is computerized which allows us to efficiently make appointments for you and your pet. Our receptionists and team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. Emergencies are accepted anytime our clinic is open. If you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call us or come to the hospital

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immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular emergency.

Emergency & Urgent Care

We have a veterinarian and personnel on duty 6 days a week who are trained and equipped to handle any urgent care your pet may need. Usually an emergency team consists of at least one veterinarian and several technicians working together to save a pet's life. Emergencies can be things such as potential ingestion of a toxic substance, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a team member can advise you on your particular emergency.

If you need immediate assistance after hours, please contact BEVS at 802-863-2387

Types of Pets Seen

Here at Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital, we are able to provide veterinary care to dogs, cats, small mammals and other exotic species. Please contact us for more information on the services we are able to provide

MBVH would like to welcome Dr. Katie Gazo, DVM, cVMA to our hospital. Dr. Gazo graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017.

Dr.Gazo started her career at MBVH as a veterinary assistant back in 2009. We are happy to have her working with us again.



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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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