Hospital Renovations Underway
Pardon our dust - Construction is underway at the Associates Animal Hospital! We are expanding our treatment area to include an all new secondary surgical space.
Renovations are expected to be complete later this summer, and we will remain open during the process. Please feel free to call us at (508) 870-0600 if you have questions.
We look forward to being able to see more patients and provide more care to our loyal clients with these exciting upgrades!
Free Pet Exam for New Clients
FREE Wellness Visit & Fecal Test
We want to welcome you to Associates Animal Hospital! New Clients receive one comprehensive physical exam for up to two pets in the household. (Vaccines and testing are additional.) Offer good any time (no expiration date).
Please give us a call at (508) 870-0600 to schedule your free appointment!
Dr. Gillham Honored by Westborough Women's Club
Our very own Dr. Gillham was recently honored by the Westborough Women's Club for her dedication to making sure that every pet in the town gets vaccinated for rabies. For the past 23 years, Dr. Gillham has given up a Saturday morning in April to run a rabies vaccine clinic. This donation of time and effort has, year after year, helped to provide a safer community for our families and pets to live in.
In a recent Wicked Local article, Dr. Gillham was quoted as saying "I'm a veterinarian and part of our call is public service. Every veterinarian I know does something for the community" later going on to say that this was part of her responsibility. She was formally presented with her award on May 9, 2016.
Take a look at some of our favorite pictures from the event!
Now Offering Senior Wellness Packages
Our senior patients are near and dear to us. That is why we are excited to share that Associates Animal Hospital now offers Senior Wellness Packages!
In addition to your pet receiving a complete physical exam, we will also do a free glaucoma or blood pressure screening, depending on your pet's needs.
Older pets can develop many of the same health issues that people may develop as they age, such as cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, hyperthyroid and diabetes. Because of the more rapid age changes in our furry family members, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recommends that pets over 7 years of age be examined twice a year by a veterinarian.