Learn more about what is going on with Huron!
ATTENTION: We will be closed on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th for the holiday. We will resume regular business hours on Wednesday, July 5th. Have a safe holiday!
- Huron Veterinary Team
With national changes in the CDC guidelines for masking, we are changing our face mask policy to be optional at this time. This change will remain dependent on community transmission rates and as always, the safety of our staff and clientele.
We have added more air filtration devices around the hospital and will continue to provide masks to those who choose to wear one.
Wishing you health and happiness.
As the COVID pandemic eases and the CDC's recommendations for maintaining a safe environment have changed, we are happy to announce that we will be opening our doors to our clients and furry friends effective Wednesday 6/09/21. While you will once again be able to accompany your pet during their visit with the veterinarian, we will require that face masks be worn by all clients during their entire visit. Face masks will be available upon request at the front desk. Our staff members will also take this precaution for your safety.
Please take note that while visits with your veterinarian will be face-to-face, we will continue to ask that clients wait outside during their pet's technician appointments during times of high foot traffic.
We're excited to be able to take this step forward with you, and we ask for your cooperation during this transition.
Stay safe, Camberville!
-The entire Huron Veterinary family
We're happy to announce that we now offer the ProHeart 12 injectable heartworm preventative for our canine patients. This preventative, manufactured by Zoetis, offers twelve-month protection against heartworm disease with just one injection. This single injection replaces traditional oral or topical heartworm preventatives, making it an excellent choice for those who prefer not to have to administer or apply heartworm preventatives at home. Not so great at remembering your pet's current monthly preventative? You're not alone! Let one of our vets know if you're interested in discussing the ProHeart injection and if it's a good choice for your pet.
As restrictions begin to ease in Somerville, we are happy to announce that we have transitioned back to our regular schedule! As of June 1st, our staffing as well as clinic hours have returned to normal. We are very excited to be able to offer a full schedule again and to report that our entire staff has remained safe and healthy during this crisis.
That being said, a few things are still functioning differently to ensure everyone STAYS healthy:
Until further notice, we are continuing our "curbside" protocol. This means we are not allowing clients into the building for any reason. If you need to pick up supplies for your pets, please call the clinic when you arrive and we will complete the transaction over the phone and bring the purchase out to you.
Our appointments will continue to be "clientless" for a minimum of the remainder of June. This was a challenging transition and we thank everyone for their patience as we made the necessary adjustments. We know this appointment format is not preferred by some clients, however due to the high volume of patients we see in a day, we have made the decision to continue in this manner to protect our staff and clients as a whole.
If you have any questions, please call the clinic at 617-661-9553.
Thank you again for your support and understanding!