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If you live in York or the surrounding area and are looking for an experienced compassionate veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Dr. Julie Matthews is a licensed ME veterinarian, treating dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets. Your pets’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your family member the care they deserve.
Village Veterinary is unique in the Seacoast, providing integrative veterinary medicine. This approach gives your pet the best of both conventional as well as holistic care. Dr. Matthews is certified in both acupuncture (IVAS) as well as homeopathy (AVH). In addition, Dr. Matthews is experienced in VOM (veterinary orthopedic manipulation), a form of chiropractic for animals. We believe that prevention is the best medicine- encouraging regular physical exams and annual blood testing, including vaccine titer testing to ensure that your pet remains healthy. When your pet does become ill, our ability to diagnose and offer the appropriate treatment, whether medical or surgical, is second to none. Dr. Julie Matthews has years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. We love our patients and hope to see them for many years to come!
We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles and the VIN library. The best veterinary care for your pet is good nutrition and disease prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to their longevity. If you have any questions, call 207-351-1530 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our York hospital is very easy to get to -- directions are provided on the Contact Us page. We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter (see below) which is created especially for York pet owners. We look forward to meeting you and your furry family members, call us today!
Dr. Julie Matthews
York Veterinarian | Village Veterinary | 207-351-1530
11 York Street
York, ME 03909
Provides great care for your pet. I don't think there isn't anything they can't do for your pet. They are also the only vet in the entire area that can provide Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM). It's a form of chiropractic work for animals. I thought they were nuts for suggesting it, but it's the only thing that has helped my dog with her back issues. She does not take any pain meds and is like a puppy as long as she has VOM every month. It's truly a life/pain saver. My dog is living proof that this practice works. This practice is so rare that even a veterinary hospital in another state who specializes in rehabilitation does not perform this procedure (which is mind boggling). My other dog could not stomach pain meds and antibiotics after a surgery. We tried homeopathics and that's what helped her with her pain. They definitely know what they're doing when it comes to medical care for animals. We've been going there for 12 years and counting......
Dear the amazing team at Village Vet, thank you for the beautiful poem and heartfelt card you sent me after Lucy's passing. Its nice to know how much you care about your patients and their owners. I will miss my little monkey but WHEN we decide to bring another little furbaby into the family you'll be the first people I'll call.
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