The Vet and Rehab Center of Cape Elizabeth

207 Ocean House Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107

(207)799-6952

vrcce.com

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                                                        WE LOVE ANIMALS! 


Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth - Luna DogThe Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth is an AAHA accredited veterinary hospital located in beautiful Cape Elizabeth, Maine. We are dedicated to offering the highest quality medical care for animals in a loving and supportive environment. Our full range of services include Comprehensive/Preventative Healthcare, Surgical and Dental services, House calls, Rehabilitation (physical therapy), Acupuncture, Educational Events, and Professional training. We are a Fear-Free Canine and Gold Certified Cat Friendly practice and our staff specializes in individualized patient care to make sure each visit is as pain free and fear free as possible.  

Explore our site to find more information about our practice, our veterinarians, our services and our staff.

We welcome your comments and suggestions.

Please contact us at (207) 799-6952 or info@vrcce.com for all your pet health care needs.

                                                                                        

Please browse our website to learn more about our practice and the services we provide for companion animals in Cape Elizabeth, Portland, South Portland, Falmouth, Scarborough and surrounding communities.  Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (207)799-6952 for all your pet health care needs.

 

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