Hyannis Animal Hospital
Whether your pet requires a complex orthopedic procedure or a spay/neuter surgery, the highly-skilled veterinarians at Hyannis Animal Hospital are capable of performing a wide range of surgical procedures. Foreign-body removals, growth/tumor removals and other complicated soft-tissue procedures are regularly performed at our hospital. Orthopedic Surgeries include ACL repair, hip surgery and fracture repair. Oral surgery includes gingival flap procedures and tooth extraction. Our veterinarians frequently take part in continuing education courses, ensuring that your pet benefits from the latest advances in veterinary surgery.
Our hospital is equipped with a surgical laser. This unit minimizes surgical bleeding and reduces surgical time providing for a faster, less painful recovery.
Hyannis hospital has two PennHip certified veterinarians on staff. PennHIP stands for the University of Pennsylvania Hip Improvement Program. PennHip is unique in that it classes dogs hips by breed, and is a completely objective method of hip evaluation. More information can be found on the PennHip website: http://www.pennhip.org/. OFA radiographs can be done at the same time as the PennHip radiographs.
Dental cleaning is done through the surgical service at Hyannis Animal Hospital. During your petís wellness exam the veterinarian may make a recommendation to have a dental cleaning done. Because veterinary dental procedures are generally more involved than human ones, anesthesia is required to keep the pet still and free of stress. The anesthesia protocol will be determined based on your petís age and overall condition. Pre anesthetic bloodwork is usually done to make this as safe as possible. Once under anesthesia the veterinarian will reevaluate the condition of the gums and tooth roots. Dental radiographs are sometimes taken to further evaluate trouble spots below the gum line. The teeth are cleaned using an ultrasonic scaler, then polished to a smooth finish. After this the gumline and teeth are flushed with an antibacterial rinse designed to slow the regrowth of bacteria.
Dental care should not be limited to what is done in the hospital. Regular brushing or using a rinse with your pet will reduce the recurrence of tartar and plaque build up.
From Hyannis take (intersection on route 28 at DJ's wings) Willow street toward route 6. Take a right at Higgins Crowel Road (Light), follow this 200 yards and take a Left on Ansel Hallet Road. The hospital is on the left.
From Route 6 take exit 7 (both directions) take a left onto Willow street (as if going to the airport or ferry). Then take the left onto Higgins Crowell Road (Light). Go 200 yards and take your first left onto Ansel Hallet Road, the hospital is ahead on the left.
Staff at this location
Dr. Larry Venezia
Dr. Venezia is a 1976 Graduate of Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. After 37 years of practice his focus is still on improving his veterinary skills at every opportunity. Dr. Venezia is PennHip certified, He has a special interest in canine breeding and reproduction. Professional goals include keeping up to date on anything that allows him to improve patient care. His interests include preserving the bond between dedicated dog and cat owners and their pets, wildlife preservation, sailing and local sports. Dr. Venezia lives in Yarmouthport with his wife Nancy, his dogs Sanders, Cam, and Willow, and his cats Woody and Winky.
Dr. Marianne McFarland
Marianne McFarland, DVM received her B.S. degree from Boston College in 1976 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University in 1981. A life-long summer resident of Cape Cod, Dr. McFarland made a permanent move from Boston in 1982 to become an associate and later a partner at Hyannis Animal Hospital, where she concentrates on general veterinary medicine, surgery and preventative care. Now a confirmed Cape Codder she sharing her home with two lively canines Taz and Georgia.
Dr. Paul McCartin
Dr. Paul McCartin grew up on Cape Cod and graduated from Barnstable High School in 1982. He graduated with a degree in Biology from the University of Vermont in 1986, and with a veterinary degree from Tufts University in 1992. After completing an internship, he was a senior medicine clinician and taught interns at VCA South Shore, a referral and specialty clinic in Weymouth, MA. In 1997 he moved back to Cape Cod to practice at Hyannis Animal Hospital. Dr. McCartin's special interests include ultrasound, oncology, and orthopedic surgery. In his spare time Dr. McCartin enjoys spending time with his family and fishing, coaching soccer and baseball, and playing the guitar(poorly).
Dr. Danielle Smith
Dr. Smith joined Hyannis Animal Hospital in 2003. She is a graduate of the University of Vermont 1999, and Purdue University Veterinary School in 2003. Her special interests include Internal Medicine, advanced ultrasound and oncology. Outside the hospital she enjoys Yoga, skiing and her dogs Buoy and Matti.
Dr. Kevin Smith
Dr. Smith joined Hyannis Animal Hospital in July of 2006. He is 1998 graduate of the University of Vermont, and a 2002 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Smith started practice in Burlington Vermont in 2002. In 2004 He joined Roberts Animal Hospital (Hanover, MA) as an emergency veterinarian. He maintains a special interest in emergency medicine, orthopedic and reconstructive surgery. He enjoys fishing and scuba diving in his time out of the office.
Dr. Amanda Corbisiero
Dr. Corbisiero joined Hyannis Animal Hospital in May 2010. Born and raised in the Adirondacks of upstate New York, Amanda received her Bachelors in Animal Science from Cornell University in 2004. She went on to earn her DVM in 2009 from the University of Illinois. Upon graduation, Dr. Amanda moved to south eastern Massachusetts and eventually made her way to Cape Cod as a “Wash-A-Shore.” Dr. Amanda has interests in internal medicine, reproduction, and oncology. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys running, hiking, spending time at the beach, and riding around the Cape in her Wrangler. Dr. Amanda lives in West Yarmouth with her rambunctious yellow Labrador “Orvis” who is perfect for her active lifestyle.
Helen grew up on Cape Cod and brought to Hyannis Animal Hospital 9 years of previous experience in veterinary reception work. She started in 1994 and became office manager in 2000. She enjoys knitting,cooking, and outside activities with her four grown children and their spouses and her grandchildren (9 to date). She shares her home with a dog and 3 cats.
Arlene joined Hyannis Animal Hospital in 1995. She has been a veterinary technician for more than 30 years. Originally from Dorchester she moved to Cape Cod in 1982. Arlene enjoys the many clients she interacts with and her co-workers.
Carly was born and raised on beautiful Cape Cod. She has been working with animals for 6 years. Carly joined Hyannis Animal Hospital in February of '10 as an assistant and has worked her way to becoming a technician. Carly’s interests outside of work include being outside, and photography. She currently has the honor of living with the coolest pug in the world Lainey AKA Brain and her lovely cat Corrina
Dan grew up on Cape Cod and attended D-Y schools. He started at Hyannis Animal Hospital in 2002 as a kennel attendant and soon after started working on the front desk, he has now advanced to technician. He shares his home with 1 dog, 2 cats, a lizard, and fish.
Erica is a native Cape Codder and graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1999 with a Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science. After spending one year in Florida working at an equine clinic she started at Hyannis Animal Hospital in 2001 as a technician. She enjoys spending time with her husband, their new baby boy and their two dogs, Raven and Tek.
Christine joined Hyannis Animal Hospital in 1995. She is a graduate of the Veterinary Technician program at Becker College. She grew up on the Cape and loves to spend time at the beach with her family and dogs.
Heidi attended Barnstable High School & Cape Cod Community College. She has worked at Hyannis Animal Hospital since 1998. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband & 2 children, as well as her dogs & cats.
Lisa has been in the veterinary field for 22 years, she joined Hyannis Animal Hospital this year. She graduated from Mount Ida College in 1985 with an associates degree in animal science. She has 3 cats, (Simon,Ivy & Iris) and 1 dog named Sophie whom she adores. Her hobbies are talking on the phone, spending money and walking with her dog.
MC (Mary Clare)
M.C. graduated from Penn State in 1993, and took her first job in a veterinary clinic in Chicago shortly thereafter. She moved to the Cape in 1995 and in 2000 passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam and became a certified technician. M.C. and her husband Ron share their lives happily with their four exquisite and brilliant mastiffs; their Schnauzertastic miniature schnauzer, and five feline treasures who live solely indoors and who are Superior to Dogs in every way ( just ask the dogs).
Sarah Finlayson has been a technician for 10 years and expresses "I still love the work everyday. It is my personal feeling that every patient should be cared for as if they were my own." She is married and has an awesome 10 year old daughter. She also has several dogs; Pokey a labx, Angel a whippet/dachshund, Marcel a shih tzu, and my daughter has a chihuahua named Mojo and a cat named Harry Potter.
Sue graduated from Barnstable High School in Hyannis and from Sterling College in Vermont. She started with Hyannis Animal Hospital in 1985. She enjoys motorcycling in the good weather and shares her home with her cats Skitter and Will.
Susan is a true Cape Codder and previously worked in banking. She started at Hyannis Animal Hospital in 2007 and realized a life-long dream of working in the animal field. She lives in Yarmouth and shares her home with her cat, Adam.
Carol started at Hyannis Animal Hospital in 2000, she enjoys the animals and working with her fellow receptionists. Carol has been a life long resident of Cape Cod and resides in Centerville with her son Matt.
I have been grooming for 15 years and have long been a member of the New England Pet Grooming Professionals. I have taken their motto to heart: "Good health and beauty through kindness and skill". I enjoy grooming all breeds (and mixes!) of dogs and making each look his or her very best, but I do have a special love of scissoring poodles and bichons.
Paula has been involved with animal care for 20 years. She taught dog training for 10 years, both obedience and agility. As well as teaching classes she competes with her own dogs. Paula loves all aspects of animal care and behavior.
Brian lives in Forestdale with his wife and three dogs. He has a lifetime of caring for animals large and small . Outside of work Brian enjoys kayaking, hiking ,working in his garden ,tending to his chickens ,and listening to music . Brian is awesome
Meg spent a career in the field of finance before moving to the Cape full time in 2007. Meg has never been without pets in her life. She's an avid equestrian living in Brewster with her husband, their cat "Foofy", and dog "Moxie". When Meg is not at work she and Moxie can usually be found at the barn or out on the trails with the horse, Joe.
Dena moved to the Cape 9 years ago. Her hobbies include soccer, boating and spending time with her three children and their three pets.
Liz is originally from New Jersey. She graduated from Montclair State University with a BA in business. Liz is a huge Patriots fan. She also enjoys traveling, boating, and camping. She lives in Sandwich with her husband Eddie and their three dogs Roger, Lucy and Aja Grace.
Hi My Name is Caroyn Sharland and I have been with Hyannis Animal Hospital since October 2011, I have been grooming dogs for 8 years and must tell you I still enjoy each and everyday. In my picture on the left is my American Bulldog Blue (5-7 years old) who I rescued last August and on the right Jake my Mini Australlian Shepherd 11 Years Old. Please stop in the grooming shop to say hello or give me a call with your grooming questions. It's important to start grooming your new puppy at around 4 months old, and should be groomed every 4 to 6 weeks there after. I am accepting appointments Tuesday - Fridays by appointment I groom all breeds and look forward to meeting you and your new addition to your family.
Dr. Jennie Scudder
Dr. Scudder is a native of Cape Cod. She received her B.S. from the University of Vermont in 2005, her M.S. in 2009 and her DVM from Western University of Health Sciences in 2013. As part of her veterinary training she participated in several externships at nearby specialty hospitals including Tufts, Angell Animal Medical Center and VCA South Shore Animal Hospital. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, including treating exotic pets. Outside the hospital, Dr. Scudder enjoys spending time with her family now that she is back in town and hanging out with her menagerie of animals.
Chrissy was born and raised on wonderful Cape Cod. She graduated from UMASS Dartmouth with a bachelors in business management, but had a life long passion of working with and caring for animals. She started volunteering at Hyannis Animal Hospital in October of 2012 and was hired shortly after. In her free time if she is not pet sitting or bartending, she enjoys doing anything outdoors and snuggling with her cats.
Hours: Monday: 8AM-7PM Tuesday: 8AM-7PM Wednesday: 8AM-7PM Thursday: 8AM-7PM Friday: 8AM-6PM Saturday: 8:30-5PM Sunday: CLOSED
We opened the Satellite office in Osterville on Dec 31, It is located at 34 Osterville - West Barnstable Road, Osterville MA, 02655. The phone number at the clinic is 508 681 8995. More info will be up on the website soon.
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