Tartar and plaque can build up on the surfaces of your pet’s teeth, causing bacteria to leak into the bloodstream and affect the organs that filter the blood. We examine your pet’s mouth when they come into our office for a visit, checking to ensure that the oral cavity is clean and healthy.

Click here to learn more about pet dental care.

Occasionally we are hiring at Acton Veterinary Group, and you can check out our Employment Opportunities for vets and veterinary professional page to find out which positions we are looking to fill. If you don’t see a listing, that does not mean we aren’t interested in hearing from you. You can still submit your employment application for our records.

Click here to visit our careers page.

We generally recommend that all pets be seen at least once per year so that our veterinarians can keep a good eye on their health. Some pets, specifically seniors or those with compromised immunity, may need more frequent visits.

To learn more about our pet exams, click here.

In addition to dogs and cats, we can also treat exotic pets at Acton Veterinary Group. If you’re wondering whether your pet can be treated at our animal hospitals, please contact us.

If you have questions about your first visit to Acton Veterinary Group, we invite you to visit our New Client page to find out what to expect!