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Welcome to Cape Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in South Portland, ME
Call us at 207-799-2188
Cape Veterinary Clinic your pet’s health and vitality is our number one concern. We believe the best medicine is preventive, and we always take time to educate our clients and to provide them with the best approach to their pet’s health. We believe that pets are full members of your family and should be treated as such.
We offer the very best in customer service and highly qualified and caring staff dedicated to the finest preventive and therapeutic care.
The Cape Veterinary Clinic has been serving the South Portland and Cape Elizabeth community for over 40 years. In 2007 the long time owners retired and the practice was purchased by Dr. William Flahive and Dr. Dawn Davis.
In January of 2010 we started a reconstruction project on the existing facility. We have expanded and modernized the building to help us better serve our growing community.
We are general practitioners stressing wellness care for the life of your pet. We also offer medical care, dental, surgical, and diagnostic services. We do not offer 24 hour care, but we are very fortunate to have excellent 24 hour emergency care facilities in the area. They also have a variety of Veterinary Specialists available for more extensive medical and surgical issues.
Because we have been in the same location for so long we have been able to establish strong relationships with our loyal clientele. We appreciate their support and good will.
At Cape Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
391 Cottage Rd
South Portland, ME
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Very friendly, helpful, and informative office. The desk staff was excellent to deal with, the vet we saw didn't rush us out, and gave us quite a bit of useful information about a particular vaccine that I had previously questioned for our dog. The office/exam rooms were clean and updated. It was the nicest vet visit we have had in a long time! We choose this spot because it was the closest to our home, but it was a great choice.. Highly recommend!
South Portland, ME 04106
- Phone: 799-2188
- Fax: 207-799-5955