New Canine Turf

We've installed all new, artificial grass for our outdoor canine play areas!
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Get 10% Off All Dental Cleanings in February 2017!

Dog with ToothbrushIt is estimated that more than 85% of dogs and cats have some form of dental disease before the age of four. Proper dental care can eliminate bad breath, dental pain, and can even prevent serious kidney and liver problems in your pet.

In celebration of Pet Dental Health Month, Muddy Creek Animal Care Center is offering 10% off all dental cleanings from February 1-28, 2017.*

Want to learn more about pet dental care? Read Dr. Liebert's article to learn more about dental disease prevention and management and to see the drastic results a dental cleaning can make.

We've installed all new, artificial grass for our outdoor canine play areas!

New canine turf Similar to turf used on football fields, this "grass" provides all the fun of being outside with less mess and potential dangers. It is gravel-free and safer for dogs who eat pebbles. It can even help reduce digging habits!

We are always striving to improve our facility and services for our clients and patients. We hope that this new addition helps make your dog's next vacation or daycare visit at Muddy Creek Animal Care Center a little less muddy.

Learn more about our doggie daycare and pet boarding services, or give us a call at (978) 948-2345.

We offer a variety of dog training classes including group classes, private sessions, and seminars. Visit our Dog Training page for a description of each training class offered to decide which one best suits your needs and your dog's.

With cats being the most beloved pet in the country, there is a growing need to improve the health care and overall well-being of the feline population.

Cat Friendly Practice logoWhether it's a routine checkup or special visit, the team at Muddy Creek Animal Care Center is committed to ensuring that cats get the best care. And, to further our mission, we've recently implemented the Cat Friendly Practice (CFP) program to offer pet owners more at every phase of their cat's health care process.

CFP Program Puts Cats First

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) pioneered the CFP program to provide a framework for creating a positive practice environment for cats, including medical care that supports the cat’s unique needs and knowledgeable staff members who understand feline-friendly handling.

"The AAFP realizes that cats present unique challenges before, during, and after a veterinary visit," said AAFP President Dr. Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline). "Some things that can cause a cat anxiety include aversion to carriers, sensitivity to new sights and smells, and the added stress of an unfamiliar location or experience. Understanding these obstacles helped to shape the CFP program and its dedication to putting the needs of cats first."