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Dr Louise LeBoeuf and Dr Peter Smith started Yarmouth Veterinary Center in 1986. The first version of the Vet Center was built in the small ell attached to their home on Bridge Street. The x-ray machine was in their living room. The next year Drs LeBoeuf and Smith moved out in order to expand the hospital into the rest of the house. They opened a grooming salon and boarding kennel across the street from the Vet Center in 1990.
The current Vet Center opened on the site of the grooming/boarding facility in 2000. Over the years the staff has grown from two veterinarians to its current five, in order to continue to provide the same excellent-quality veterinary services to an ever-increasing number of clients and patients from Yarmouth, Cumberland, Falmouth, Portland, Freeport, Pownal, Brunswick and surrounding areas.
provide medical, dental and surgical care for CATS, DOGS, and many more pet species, including BIRDS (Parrots and Poultry), REPTILES, RABBITS, FERRETS, RODENTS AND OTHER SMALL MAMMALS, AMPHIBIANS AND FISH
Our Range of Veterinary Services
is also uniquely broad. Your Yarmouth veterinarians provide:
MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND DENTAL CARE with an emphasis on a personalized approach for each and every patient.
DIAGNOSTIC TESTING a complete in-house laboratory, digital x-rays and digital dental x-rays, ultrasound examinations, and endoscopy examinations
BOARDING for dogs, cats and other small pets
PHARMACIES: IN-HOUSE, so you can leave your appointment with the medications and supplies your pet needs, and ON-LINE for convenient home shopping and home delivery. TICK AND FLEA CONTROL: excellent products, best prices, and, something you will not find at the pet store: expert advice. HILLS PRESCRIPTION DIET, SCIENCE DIET, HEALTHY ADVANTAGE AND IDEAL BALANCE dog and cat foods. PAIN MANAGEMENT.
FREE FIRST EXAM AND 50% OFF SPAY / NEUTER for any dog or cat recently adopted from a humane society or rescue organization.
NUTRITIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL CONSULTATIONS
PET HEALTH LIBRARIES Multiple pet health libraries on this website, featuring our own YVCipedia, to help with your information search by providing authoritative information on a comprehensive range of veterinary subjects.
Whether you are from Yarmouth, Cumberland, Brunswick, Portland, Falmouth, Freeport, Pownal or other surrounding areas, we welcome you to visit our veterinary center and to take advantage of our comprehensive animal care services. Please contact us to set up an appointment with a veterinarian for an office visit or house call. You can also browse our website to request an appointment, e-mail us with a question, use our pet selector to assist you with finding the perfect pet, connect to our online pharmacy, do advance check-in for appointments and review our consent forms.
If you have any questions about the services we provide at Yarmouth Veterinary Center, please do not hesitate to call us at (207) 846-6515.
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I am a true fan of YVC! They have provided wonderful care of my dogs and cats over the years but provided even better care of my family when our last dog passed away. Their compassion and caring went above and beyond and helped us through the terrible loss. I would highly recommend YVC!
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