Rowley Animal Hospital

46 Leslie Rd
Rowley, MA 01969

(978)948-2118

www.rowleyanimalhospital.com

Rowley Animal Hospital welcomes you!

Welcome to Rowley Animal Hospital.  At Rowley Animal Hospital, our mission is to make you and your companion animal feel like a part of our family while providing the highest degree of quality medicine and surgery through a pursuit of continued education and unmatched client education and service.

At Rowley Animal Hospital we understand that no two animals or families are the same, so we strive to get to know our families and their pets so we can better care for them.  We focus on what is best for you and your pet instead of using a cookie cutter approach to medicine.  

As pet owners and animal lovers, we know how important your pets are and want to help you provide them with the best care.  We are here to care for your pets from their pediatric years into their senior years and truly enjoy getting to know each and every one of our patients. We are also available to care for all of the companion animals in your family, whether they are cats and dogs, or birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, hedgehogs, rodents, reptiles, amphibians, or even fish. 

As a family owned and operated business, you can rest assured that your pet will have consistent care.  For almost 30 years, Dr. Hayes provided care for the patients of Rowley Animal Hospital, and now Dr. DiBoot continues to provide exceptional care.  She looks forward to getting to know you and your pets!

NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS!

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal hospital and the veterinary services we provide for animals in Rowley and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, or take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital. Please call our office today at (978)948-2118 for all your pet health care needs or click here to contact us or to set up an appointment.

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