Client Pet Services

Every staff member at Attleboro Veterinary Clinic deeply loves animals. Our veterinary staff members deeply enjoy spending time in the waiting room getting friendly with your pet and getting to know them in our exam rooms!

Client Pet Services at Attleboro Veterinary Clinic in Attleboro, MA

At Attleboro Veterinary Clinic, we offer a range of client pet services designed to support the health and well-being of your furry companions. From behavioral counseling to end-of-life care, our dedicated veterinary team is here to provide compassionate support and guidance every step of the way.

Attleboro Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to providing comprehensive client pet services in Attleboro, MA, to support you and your pet throughout every stage of their life. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you and your furry companion.

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Pet Behavioral Counseling

Behavior problems are the number one reason that owners give up a pet. Attleboro Veterinary Clinic offers behavioral advice for many of your pet’s problems, including inappropriate urination or defecation, aggression, separation anxiety, inappropriate chewing and barking, and introducing new pets into the household.

Our veterinarians work closely with you to understand the source of these behavior issues and develop a specific plan to help eliminate your pet’s unwanted behavior. Sometimes, a behavior problem, such as inappropriate voiding, can be linked to a medical issue (such as cystitis, bladder stones, or kidney disease) and can be treated medically. For other behavior issues, the treatment plan may include medication.

If your pet’s behavior problem proves especially challenging or requires ongoing sessions, we can refer you to a board-certified animal behavior specialist or trainer. We have a handout that describes a very effective means of house-training a new puppy. Please ask any of our staff members to receive a copy!

Nutrition Counseling & Prescription Diets

We offer prescription diets and nutrition counseling during your pet’s wellness examination.

Why is diet important? Pets are living longer, healthier lives than ever before due in large part to our expanded knowledge of the importance of proper nutrition to overall health. Nutrition is the most significant health variable controlled by a pet’s caregiver. During your pet’s comprehensive physical examination, we evaluate their body condition and give recommendations based on what we see.

Some pets have more serious nutritional challenges or chronic conditions that can benefit from a special diet. If we identify an issue in your pet, we offer advice and provide information about diets that benefit specific medical conditions such as liver and intestinal disease, bladder and kidney stones, renal failure, food allergies, diabetes, and other conditions. We carry a large variety of prescription foods for a range of medical conditions. If your pet requires a prescription diet we do not carry, we will often be able to order it for you.

Pet Microchipping

We use AVID microchips, which can be successfully scanned almost anywhere. The microchip is easily implanted in just seconds. After your pet has been microchipped, we can perform a scan at each veterinary visit to ensure that the microchip is still present and readable. Lost pets are the number one cause of pet death in the country, so we advise you to consider microchipping your pet.


Euthanasia and tending to your pet’s remains are two of the most difficult issues for pet owners to consider. Asking the question means confronting fear, guilt, and grief. However, euthanasia methods are designed to cause minimal pain and discomfort, and it’s important to consider them before you are in a state of emotional distress.

Talk to a veterinarian or staff member at Attleboro Veterinary Clinic about pet euthanasia long before it becomes an issue. Find out about your options, make some key decisions ahead of time, and ask us to add this information to your pet’s record. Taking the time to plan, as challenging as it may be, will lessen the pain and discomfort for you and your pet in the event this option ever has to be considered.