Moving dog to Boston from Europe

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    Moving dog to Boston from Europe

    Coud I have the contact of an vetrinary who I can contact in case my dog has a problem when we land at Boston Logan airport on 9 Jan. Thanks

     
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    Re: Moving dog to Boston from Europe

    http://www.mspca.org/vet-services/angell-boston/emergency/emergency-critical-care-services.html

    The highly trained veterinarians who make up the Emergency and Critical Care service - the 24/7 pulse of Angell - treat pets suffering from life-threatening trauma and disease. Referring veterinarians may alert the staff to an incoming case via our referral phone line, and the general public may use our walk-in emergency clinics at any hour of the day, 365 days a year.

     Angell Animal Medical Center
    350 S. Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02130 Phone (617) 522-7282


    I believe this would be the closest veterinary clinic to Logan Airport that could see your pet without an appointment.

    Good luck and Welcome to Boston!

     
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    Re: Moving dog to Boston from Europe

    There is a veterinary clinic that is only about a mile away from Logan Airport, however, this is not a recommendation,  as I am not familiar with them and I don't know if they handle emergencies for non-clients.

      http://bostonvet.net/

    1007 Saratoga Street

    East Boston, MA 02128

    617.567.0101 Phone

    617.567.0110 Fax

    Bostonvet@gmail.com Email

    I mention East Boston Animal Clinic because they are so close.

    Angell would be my preference,  they are not that far away, but you could experience significant traffic trying to get there from Logan, depending on the time of day. 

    Just thought you should be aware.

     

     

     
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    Re: Moving dog to Boston from Europe

    Thanks for the information. My dog got in Safe :)

    Looking for vet recommendation in or close to Waltham. Many thanks

     

     

     
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    Re: Moving dog to Boston from Europe

      I'm not familiar with the veterinarians in the Waltham area.

    However,  my dog sees a specialist at Angell about once a year and I have been very impressed with their services.  They offer routine and preventive care there also.

    Otherwise, when you are out walking your dog and get to meet other dog owners in the neighborhood, ask who they would recommend.   Often they will tell you who you should avoid too ;)

    Ps: If you are concerned about over-vaccination and such, consider consulting a homeopathic veterinarian, I have heard good things about MASH in Hopkinton. 

    I have been told that veterinary care is very different in Europe, especially regarding vaccines and heartworm preventives... 

     
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    Re: Moving dog to Boston from Europe

    http://www.mspca.org/vet-services/angell-boston/waltham/mspca-angell-west-in-waltham.html

    "Angell Animal Medical Center is pleased to offer the convenience of our MSPCA-Angell West facility at 293 Second Avenue in Waltham, MA as of February 3, 2014. In addition to 24 x 7 Emergency/Critical Care service, our Waltham facility offers appointments Monday through Friday."

     

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