Clinton Veterinary Hospital
220 Brook Street
Clinton, MA 01510
Phone - 978.368.8509
Fax - 978.368.9047
Our Hours
Monday - 10-3pm
Tuesday - 8:30-7pm
Wednesday - 8:30-8pm
Thursday - 8:30-7pm
Friday - 8:30-5pm
Saturday - 8:30-1pm
Sunday - CLOSED
All visits are by appointment only.

Caring for your Dog

Our staff is committed to providing the best care for your dog. Whether you are looking for routine care or emergency treatment, or if your pet requires surgery, we want to provide your pet with the care it requires while providing you with peace of mind and the information and support you need.

Canine Vaccination Schedule

Puppy Vaccination Schedule
*Bordetella Vaccination (Kennel Cough) can be administered at any time after the puppy has reached 8 weeks of age. This vaccine is only required when your dog will board at a kennel, attend puppy or other classes, go to a groomer or doggy daycare, etc. This vaccine can be given 2 weeks before your dog is scheduled to attend one of these situations and is otherwise not routinely given.
8 weeks

DA2PP #1 (Distemper)
Lepto #1
Comprehensive Fecal Examination 
Free dose of heartworm preventative

11-12 weeks
Recheck Exam
DA2PP #2
Lepto #2
Lyme Disease #1
Comprehensive Fecal Examination
Heartworm preventative
Flea/tick preventative
14-16 weeks Recheck Exam
DA2PP #3
Lyme Disease #2
Rabies Vaccine (1year)
Comp Fecal Exam (if 2 negative results have not yet been achieved)
Heartworm preventative
Flea/tick preventative
Adult Dog Wellness Schedule
Adult dogs should start their yearly wellness schedule 1 year after their last puppy vaccinations.
Lyme Disease Booster
DA2PP Booster
Bordetella (Kennel Cough) if needed
Rabies 1yr/3yr Booster
(Massachusetts law requires all dogs and cats whether indoor or outdoor are to be vaccinated for Rabies. The first vaccine is always considered a 1 year vaccine. It is necessary to recieve the next rabies booster prior to the due date of the 1 year recieved in order for the next to be considered a 3 year vaccine. Once your pet is on a 3 year vaccine, it will always be done as a 3 year from that point on.)

Accuplex (Blood test for heartworm, lyme disease, anaplasmosis, and ehrlichiosis)
Heartworm Preventative
Fecal Examination
Flea/Tick Preventative
Please note that our hospital requires a yearly heartworm test in order for heartworm prevention to be dispensed. All diseases that this test detects are treatable and can greatly impact your dog's health if left untreated. The only way for us to ensure that your pet receives proper treatment is to test yearly and/or when one of these diseases is suspected.

Heartworm prevention is recommended year round to protect your pet. Our hospital chooses to use primarily Interceptor Plus, which comes in a once a month flavored chewable. Interceptor Plus prevents heartworm disease and controls roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm and whipworm infestation in dogs. Please call for pricing.

Flea/Tick prevention is also recommended year round, as flea and tick infestations are much easier to prevent than to treat once established. Fleas can not only cause itchy suffering and rashes to both you and your pets, but they can also transmit tapeworms as well. In severe cases, fleas and ticks can cause anemia, causing severe health complications for your pet. Ticks can transmit Lyme Disease, as well as the lesser known diseases ehrlichiosis and anaplasmosis. All of these tick diseases can cause severe pain in the joints, fever, lethargy and deterioration to the organs and joints if left untreated. We have many products available for flea/tick prevention including Frontline, Bravecto, Revolution, Cheristin and the Seresto collar. Comfortis (chewable tablet) and Cheristin (topical) can be used for fleas only and starts working within a half hour for immediate relief. 

Frontline   Bravecto   Seresto

Fleas Only: