Veterinarians in Middlebury, VT

Comprehensive list of Middlebury, Vermont based veterinary clinics and animal hospitals offering advanced medical diagnostics or pet treatment. Find a veterinarian for your dog, cat or other pet.

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Welcome to the Champlain Valley Small Animal Mobile Clinic CVSAMC and our brand new Web site! Randall N. Ross, VMD and team are dedicated to delivering the highest possible mobile veterinary care and services to your tiny animal pets. We use state-of-the-art equipment and technology in a custom designed, 4-wheel drive vehicle.


Situated at 20 Main Street in America's smallest city, our progressive tiny animal hospital has been servicing the health care requirements of pets in Vergennes and the surrounding communities since 1940. Originally operating out of the home of Doc Wright just up the street, our present facility was founded in 1994 to better meet the requirements of our growing tiny animal clientele.



We trust that each customer and each pet deserves all the attention that we can supply. Our veterinarians and professional team are committed to guarantee that every pet and every customer receives the care that meets his or her specific requirements. We strive always to supply superior veterinary care in a comfortable, compassionate environment.


My name's Bruce, and i am from Halifax, Nova Scotia. I went to veterinary school in Prince Edward Island at the Atlantic Veterinary College. I have worked in Vermont at Eastwood Animal Clinic for about thirteen years, originally for Dr. Blair Campbell. I purchased the practice in 2005 and now I am going totally bald.


The doctors and team share a passion to nurture the bond between cats and their owners, through veterinary excellence, compassionate care, wellness education, and high ethical standards. A dry food diet could put your cat at risk! Dry food diets have been shown to contribute to many potentially life threatening health problems for cats, such as diabetes, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, cystitis,


Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists BEVS is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for veterinary emergencies varying from minor wounds to life-threatening diseases or injuries that cannot wait to be treated until your local veterinarian is available.


A complete service veterinary hospital delivering compassionate quality medical and surgical services for dogs, cats, ferrets and other tiny mammals.