Your pet is considered to be a senior at the age of 7 years.
Your pet is considered to be an Adult between the ages of 1-6 years.
Your pet is considered to be a Puppy or Kitten until the age of 1 year.
Hudson Veterinary Hospital is proud to partner with Paws Crossed Animal Rescue for their Grand Opening adoption event. For more information click Here.
We know it is hard to leave your pet anywhere but your home when they are not by your side, but sometimes it is necessary to board your pet.
Proper behavioral training can increase the rewarding feeling that you get from caring for a pet, and increase the happiness of your pet in your home.
A good diet is as important for your pet as it is for you. Hudson Veterinary Hospital will help you determine the appropriate type and amount of food to be giving your pet in order to meet its specific needs.
It is incredibly beneficial to have your pet microchipped. Learn all you need to know about permanent identification here.
Hudson Veterinary Hospital is equipped to meet your pet’s international travel preparation needs.
Diagnostic imaging and ultrasound are used in all of our hospitals to aid in the diagnosis and continued monitoring of patients many diseases and conditions.
Hudson Veterinary Hospital has surgeons who are committed to adhering to only the highest surgical standards.