Welcome to East Bridgewater Veterinary! We provide complete and individualized medical and surgical services to all of our patients. Our experienced and compassionate staff provide top quality care to your furry family members, from individualized wellness and preventative medicine programs to complex medical and surgical interventions.
Established by Dr. Renegar and his wife, Sandra, over 20 years ago, East Bridgewater Veterinary was purchased by Dr. Cynthia O'Connor in 2015, and she is continuing to provide the highest standard of veterinary care to our patients. We are a full service, family owned and operated, small animal practice that provides complete medical, surgical, dental, digital radiographic, ultrasound, and advanced reproductive services. In addition to our family practice, East Bridgewater Veterinary is one of only a handful of veterinary hospitals in New England to offer a complete reproductive health center for our patients including genetic counseling, breeding management, artificial insemination, pediatric and neonatal specialty care, infertility evaluations, and semen cryopreservation (freezing) to name a few of our specialty services (please see our reproductive specialty services page).
As we pride ourselves on the personalized care we give our patients, we maintain an open line of communication with local specialists and emergency centers which allows us to participate in the highest quality care possible for our patients, and ensure that our patients have access to advanced veterinary medical services.
Conveniently located on Route 18 in East Bridgewater we are open Monday and Wednesday from 8:00AM-7:00PM and Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00AM-5:30PM. To schedule an appointment, request a refill on your pet’s prescription or to speak with our friendly and knowledgeable staff regarding any questions or concerns please call 508-378-2700. You can also request an appointment using our online request form; however, please allow 24 hours for a response.
We understand your time is valuable and veterinary visits may cause some pets to be anxious; therefore, we strive to maintain a schedule that allows us to minimize your wait time. However, we also recognize that emergencies occur and accommodate our patients during business hours.
We look forward to developing a lasting relationship with you and your pet!
Dr. Cynthia O'Connor, DVM, DACT
East Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital
302 North Bedford St. (Route 18)
East Bridgewater, MA 02333
Clinic ID: F1U5Q
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