Services

Our team provides a high level of veterinary care to the Groton community. Our level of care is maintained by the state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and highly-trained staff used to treat your pet.  Some of the services we provide include:

Pet Vaccinations & Exams

Let us keep your pet in perfect health by providing comprehensive pet exams and pet vaccinations in the comfort of your own home. We also provide hospital care at Nashoba Valley Veterinary Hospital. We provide in-home ultrasound, blood pressure, EKG, blood draws, and cryo surgery. When further care is necessary, we offer full hospital services which include: surgery, endoscopy, digital radiology, EKG, echocardiogram, and ultrasonography. We ensure your fuzzy friend is happy, healthy, and active.

Cats

Distemper

$38

Rabies

$38

Leukemia

$38

FIV/Leukemia Test

$60

Dogs

Distemper

$38

Rabies

$38

Kennel Cough

$38

Influenza

$38

Lyme

$46

Heartworm/Lyme Test

$60

Dr. Baran is going to be available for house calls starting on September 12!

House calls will be limited to Tuesdays and Thursdays and will only be available for the following locations:

Acton, Billerica, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Groton, Littleton, Lowell, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro & Westford.

House Calls

$95 - $105

Office Calls

$50

Caring for Your Pet

When something is wrong with your pet, the whole family is concerned. Signs of trouble may include diarrhea, straining, vomiting, decreased activity, bad breath, or drooling.

Dog & Cat Veterinary Care

Don’t bark up the wrong tree by paying for expensive vets. Dr. Baran provides dog and cat veterinary care that is purr-fect for you, your pet, and your wallet.

Catch problems with your dog early by relying on Starwood Veterinary Clinic for comprehensive vet services. Early detection of dental and cardiac disease may give you and your companion the best chance at a long and healthy life span.

Our canine services start with first puppy exams to final care.

Yearly dog care wellness checks are important due to the large number of tick-born diseases in Massachusetts.

If your cat needs medical attention, do not hesitate to call us. Some troublesome signs may include refusing to use the litter box, loss of appetite, changes in activity or breathing, or missing fur. Don’t worry.

We are here to care for the health and well-being of your feline companions.

Did you know? Normal resting respiratory rate is 20/30 breaths per minute for dogs and cats.