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In the heart of the majestic Berkshires of Massachusetts you will find Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital and Shaker Hill Pet Resort. Dr. John Reynolds and his remarkable team of Associate Veterinarians and friendly staff operate the hospital and pet resort.
Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital and Shaker Hill Pet Resort feature the following unique and premium services for Dogs, Cats, Small Animals, and Exotics:
Our Core Values: We Are Family, Trust, Positive & Passionate, Teaching, Learning, and Growing
Our Core Focus: Our Passion: Enriching lives by meeting the needs of our community and providing EXCEPTIONAL, yet Practical care for your pets.
THE FANTASTIC PLACE FOR PET CARE IN THE BERKSHIRES
JUST ASK MIKE
Dr. John Reynolds, DVM
|Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital | 413-499-1580
1634 West Housatonic St.
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Shaker Hill Pet Resort Hours
I love this place and the Vet I see. Dr. Michelle Looney. Very friendly, caring and full of knowledge. I wouldn't go anywhere else!
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