PetMedic Cambridge Prepares for a December Opening

PetMedic Cambridge Prepares for a December Opening

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PetMedic Urgent Care, a leading provider of urgent care veterinary services, is excited to announce the grand opening of its newest location in Cambridge, MA. The state-of-the-art facility will officially open its doors on December 18, 2023, bringing high-quality urgent care services to pets in the local community.

 

The Cambridge location is the newest addition to PetMedic’s Boston area footprint which includes urgent care in Westborough, Peabody, Burlington, and a Veterinary Dermatology location in Watertown. The new hospital, located at 109 First St #101, Cambridge, MA 02141 across the street from the Cambridgeside Galleria in the First on Flats apartment building.

 

PetMedic Urgent Care is committed to delivering compassionate and expert veterinary care in emergency situations. The clinic will be equipped with cutting-edge technology and staffed by a team of experienced veterinarians and support staff dedicated to providing the best possible care for pets.

 

Join us for pet photos with Santa and an open house 

Santa Paws is coming to town and so is PetMedic Urgent Care. Bring your furbabies to pet photos with Santa at our new Cambridge hospital. Sip on hot cocoa, get a free professional photo of your pet, and enjoy some pawliday spirit. We’ll be offering hospital tours and giveaways too! 

 

Date: Thursday, December 14

Time: 5:00-7:00 pm
Location: 109 First St #101, Cambridge, MA 02141

 

We hope to see you there!

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Angelika started her animal health career in 2014 when she attended the University of Maine Augusta, Bangor campus, for Veterinary Technology. She graduated in early 2018 and became a Certified Veterinary Technician later that year. Her internship, and first veterinary field job, was at the MSPCA Angell in Boston, where she discovered her interest in emergency medicine. Throughout the years, she has continued to advance her knowledge in the field of emergency medicine, but also in cultivating relationships with patients and clients alike to offer the best quality care. Outside of work she likes hanging out with her cat, Mew, spending time outdoors, watching game shows, and photography.