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Farm and Large Animal Services

At South Shore, we treat cherished pets and animals of all shapes and sizes, whether they live on your couch, in the chicken coop or in your stables! (Click here for our equine services.) We provide a full range of care both in our hospital and on your property through our mobile unit. Please don’t hesitate to call us at 902.543.5602 for specific inquiries about your farm and large animal needs.

What services do you offer for farm and large animals?

Some of the services we offer include:

  • X-rays and ultrasounds
  • Vaccinations
  • Dentistry
  • Surgery
  • Veterinary exams
  • Euthanasia
  • …and more!

Please call us to learn more about our complete range of treatments.

What type of farm and large animals do you treat?

Contact us to inquire about what veterinary services may be available for your large animal species.

Can you treat farm or large animals on my property?

Absolutely! We are the premier large animal veterinary center in the area. With our mobile unit, we can visit you at your farm, stables or property and treat your cherished animals. We can perform diagnostics (e.g. ultrasounds, bloodwork), visual exams, certain surgical procedures, and other services wherever the patient is located. Please be advised, however, that certain treatments may need to be completed in our hospital. We will provide you with the help to go to our building upon request.

I brought my very nervous and uncooperative dog in and everyone was so nice and helpful in making her feel…

Amanda Edmonds

Toby was very well looked after, even without having an appointment scheduled, the staff understood that it was an emergency…

Mari Gernhardt

This is the second time I took my rescue cat to see Dr. RACHEL Hughes and I am so impressed…

Bonnie Yates

My pets receive top notch care at South Shore Vet. Special thank you to Dr. Kyla Inness -…

Holly Leclercq

We took our little puppy in because she had diarrhea. Likely ate something she shouldn’t have. Dr. Allison treated her…

Jamie Richards


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