Mill Valley Veterinary Clinic
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Mill Valley Veterinary Clinic
224 Mill Valley Rd
Belchertown Massachusetts 01007
Phone: (413) 323-9201        Fax: (413) 323 - 0290

The Mill Valley Veterinary Clinic is a mixed animal veterinary practice. This means the clinic sees large animals such as horses, cows and boas along with small animals like dogs and cats. The clinic is located in Belchertown, Massachusetts. The Mill Valley Veterinary Clinic's goal is to provide quality, compassionate veterinary care. The combination of state-of-the-art technology with a welcoming and warm environment make Mill Valley a one of a kind clinic. We are pet owners and pet lovers first, we know how stressful it is when your pet is sick or injured. We understand that your pet is your friend, companion, family and so much more. This awareness has been at the forefront of the practice since it first opened its doors in 1986. The clinic offers a variety of cutting edge procedures and equipment to help keep your pets healthy, such as surgical laser, in house blood chemistries, digital radiography, therapeutic laser and lameness locator. 

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Monday: 9:ooam - 5:00 pm

Tuesday: 9:oo am - 6:30 pm

Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00 pm

Thursday: 9:00am-6:30 pm

Friday: 9:00am-5:00 pm

Saturday: 8:00am- 12:00pm 

If you have a Large or Small Animal Emergency Please call: (413) 323-9201. 

Deer season starts next month. For some tips on how to stay safe and keep your pets safe check out the helpful pet tips section. To learn more about when hunting season starts and what species are being hunted check out the department of Fish and Wildlife regulations webpage at    

9/6/2015 - There have been two rabies positive animals found in Dufresne park in Granby. We have had lots of rabies cases in the region over the years. This is why we encourage folks to have all pets vaccinated. Over the years we have seen rabies positive animals break into houses in search of a water source. A indoor only pet must be vaccinated. Wild animals should be wild, be wary of friendly foxesraccoons or other wildlife. If you see or suspect an animal has rabies do not approach them. Call Animal Control or the Police station. 

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