Logo, Cody Pet Hospital - Pet Hospital

(508)-384-5904

5 Sharon Avenue, Norfolk, MA 02056


A Caring Animal Hospital & Clinic

A Caring Animal Hospital & Clinic

Cody Pet Hospital of Norfolk, Massachusetts, is a different kind of animal clinic. In addition to wellness exams, vaccinations, evaluations, and treatments, our facility features a complete in-house lab consisting of a microscope for cytology, urinalysis, and parasite detection, along with on-site blood testing.

Prevention Programs

We have an effective prevention program to protect your pet against a number of serious diseases. Our programs cover:

• Stomach Parasites (Tapeworm, Roundworms, Hookworms, and Whipworms) • Heartworm Disease
• Flea, Tick, & Mite Infestations


Your pet's health is our primary concern.

For cats we recommend flea and tick prevention year round. In addition, stool samples on cats should be checked annually. Outdoor cats should be dewomed on a regular basis since they can get worms from hunting. Dogs also need to take flea tick and heartworm prevention year round. Like cats they also need to have an intestinal parasite screen once a year.


Surgery

We are a full service hospital and do surgery Monday through Friday. Spay and neuter surgeries are the most common, but we also do many types of soft tissue surgery, some of which are listed below. We use safe anesthesia, and our surgical and anesthectic protocols have met national standards determined by the American Animal Hospital Association.

The surgeries we perform include: Spay, Neuter, C-Section, Pyometra, Bladder Stones, Episioplasty, Lump and Tumor removal, Intestinal foreign body removal, Splenectomy, Declawing, Eye surgery, Toe or limb amputation, Abscess surgery, Anal gland surgery, Full thickness surgical biopsies, and many other soft tissue surgeries.

Surgery Services Child holding bunny

Sick Pets

If your pet is vomiting, has diarrhea, is coughing, sneezing, not eating well, or just seems more tired, we can help you find out what is wrong and start a treatment plan. We have a full laboratory in house for rapid diagnosis and immediate treatment for your pet. We know how important your pet's health is and we can usually get your pet in to be seen right away.

If your pet has red itchy ears, itchy skin, or a rash your pet may have allergies. Pets don't usually get the usual itchy eyes and a runny nose that we get when they are allergic, instead they get ear infections, itchy skin, and red, infected skin.

Digital X-Rays
Digital X-rays provide far greater detail than a standard X-ray. In the process, we are able to email it to other animal surgeons to take care of your pet's needs.

Nutritional Management
Ensure your pet is on the proper diet by consulting our animal hospital today. We help you choose the right products to keep your pets healthy.

Puppy & Kitten Care
Puppy and kitten care consists of checkups, spays and neuters, de-worming, and vaccinations. We also help you teach the dog good habits and behavior so they will become a happy, healthy, and obedient member of the family. Pediatric exams are very important both for deworming and vaccinations, but also for behavior consultation and general wellness care.

Cats and Dogs Wellness Checkups 

We keep your pet healthy throughout your cat or dog's life. Annual, and six month check ups, parasite prevention, and lab work are all done at the right times to keep your pet healthy and happy. At the annual checkup we will check your pet's wieght, diet, and teeth. We also check eyes, ears, heart, lungs, abdomen, neurological status, and urogenital and musculoskeletal systems.  For cats we recommend flea and tick prevention year round. In addition, stool samples on cats should be checked annually. Outdoor cats should be dewomed on a regular basis since they can get worms from hunting. Dogs also need to take flea tick and heartworm prevention year round. Like cats they also need to have an intestinal parasite screen once a year.

Dentistry
We do dentistry work for cats and dogs to help keep their teeth clean. Our doctors also perform extractions when a tooth is broken or if it is decaying.

Pet Insurance
As veterinary medicine becomes more advanced, we can often treat and cure diseases that in the past we could not. We hope that your pet never gets sick or injured, but if your pet does, veterinary medicine may have a compete cure. We recommend that you get pet insurance for your pet to prevent an unforeseen financial burden for you and your family.

Contact our animal hospital at (508) 384-5904 in Norfolk, Massachusetts, for further details regarding our pet insurance programs.


Case of the week:

Moe, the very handsome cat pictured to the right presented to us as an emergency last week. he had vomited once and the owners reported that he had been straining and crying to use the litter box. The owners though perhaps he had swallowed somthing or was constipated. Fortunately they rushed him to the vet. We found that he had a urinary blockage. This is very common in young male cats between 2 and 5 years old. It is a deadly disease and Moe would not have survived if the owners had waited longer to go to the vet. Fortunately for Moe, the owners brought him in soon enough and he made a complete recovery!

Cat - Case of the Week


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