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Emergency and Specialty Hospital

Call us at 207-885-1290

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 207.885.1290!

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The MVMC Emergency and Specialty Hospital is always here for you and your pet.

Maine Veterinary Medical Center is committed to providing advanced and compassionate care for pets, support for owners and a trusting, professional relationship with referring veterinarians.

Our advanced services include canine and feline, Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology, Ophthalmologic Surgery, Oncology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Surgery, Critical Care, CT Scanning, MR Imaging, Soft Tissue Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Oncologic Surgery, Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Pain Management, Rehabilitation, Emergency Surgery, Emergency Services and more...

Our specialists in Neurology/Neurosurgery, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Critical Care, and Surgery are all board certified, highly trained and experienced in their specialty.



Maine Veterinary Medical Center | 207-885-1290

1500 Technology Way

Scarborough, ME 04074

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "They are taking great care of my Bailey boy ❤️ Dr P. has found what our last neurologist missed and we can finally help my puppy dog. Staff is great, allowed me to bring on Bailey's stuffed dog that he got on his adoption birthday after the squeaker went in the original. Also explained everything thing and kept great communication going, especially regarding cost. So far so happy knowing my fluffbutt is in good hands"
    Meghan C.
  • "Our coonhound has managed to land in this ER twice in the past month; once with pneumonia and last week he collided with a tree and ended up with a pretty gruesome wound. Both times the MVMC staff was calm, supportive, kind and empathetic. There was never a doubt in my mind that my baby (because that's what he is) was in the best hands possible."
    Sarah B.
  • "Wonderful people! I brought Smoky (cat) in on a Sunday night because she wasn't getting better after being seen by her regular vet on Saturday for a infection and tx'ed with antibiotics. Sadly she was septic and we had to let her go because the prognosis was very poor. They were very compassionate and caring. They made it easier to say goodbye thank you!"
    Maureen E.

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