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to Main St. Veterinary Hospital

The veterinarians, registered technicians, and  trained staff at our clinic are ready to provide your pet with cutting edge veterinary medical care. From wellness exams and vaccines to advanced diagnostics and complex surgical procedures, your dog, cat or exotic pet will receive high-quality care at our hospital.  Whether your pet is 15 grams or 150 pounds we will give it the best care possible! We are an AAHA -accredited veterinary hospital. Pets are our passion and keeping them healthy is our #1 priority. 


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The Main Street Difference


Main St. Veterinary Hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). To receive this accreditation the practice was evaluated on over 900 standards established to ensure that patients and clients receive the highest level of care.

“We've never had a bad experience here, and would highly recommend them to anyone  looking for a vet who cares for their pets as much as they do.”

- Liz M.

“I've brought both my dogs and both my bearded dragons here.  I highly recommend them!”

- Michael C.

“Really like this vet. They take good care of the animals and they follow up on the animal in question after they have received care.”

- Debbie E.

What Sets Us Apart



Main St. Veterinary Hospital prides itself in providing professional medical care for all species of pets. Hamsters, guinea pigs, birds, lizards, rabbits, snakes, ferrets and more have received top-notch medical attention at our clinic. If you are an exotic pet owner looking for a veterinary home for your pet, look no further than Main St. Veterinary Hospital.



To ensure that your pet is getting the best medical attention possible, MSVH is staffed with veterinary assistants and nationally certified Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVT's). RVT's are required to earn a college degree in a vet tech program in addition to earning satisfactory scores on the National Veterinary Technician Exam and the State Veterinary Technician Exam. Technicians are also required to complete a number of continuing education hours every year to maintain licensure.