Under New Ownership!
Please welcome Dr. Magda Rosol.
After much thought and consideration, Dr. Dennis Brewster announces his retirement. Dr. Brewster’s decision was nothing less than bittersweet. Although he will miss his friends and clients dearly, he is excited to begin the next chapter of his life. We wish him a happy and fulfilling retirement!
Dr. Rosol found this to be an exciting opportunity to be able to serve the local community. She has wanted to become a clinic owner and her dream has become reality. Dr. Rosol graduated from Iowa State University where she obtained her veterinary medical degree. She has worked locally providing quality care to patients large and small. Dr. Rosol enjoys horseback riding and spending time with her 2 dogs, Mumbles and Benson, and her cat, Burton.
Dr. Rosol intends to follow in the footsteps of Dr. Brewster in providing the utmost level of care and compassion for not only our four legged friends, but their owners as well. Dr. Rosol looks forward to meeting you and your pets in the near future.
If you have any questions about this transition or would like to meet Dr. Rosol, please stop by Alfred-Waterboro Veterinary Hospital or call! We would love to hear from you.
The philosophy and the ongoing mission statement of the Alfred-Waterboro Veterinary Hospital then became to promote the well-being of dogs and cats in the nearby community. The practice is best characterized as a general practice focusing on the age-related wellness needs and the lifelong prevention of illness and injury of individual pets.
Our veterinary hospital strives to create lifelong relationships with our clients in Waterboro, ME & Sanford, ME.
Long-term client relationships are developed on the basis of pet care and the ongoing education of pet owners in regard to the health care needs for their individual pet. Our practice maintains a long-term working relationship withspecialty veterinary services, such as a cardiologist, oncologist, ophthalmologist, neurologist, dermatologist, and surgeons in the immediate and distant area to ensure patients can receive the necessary health care services beyond our practice’s expertise and/or what our practice is equipped to perform. Our practice, being committed to its philosophy of providing quality health care to its patients, provides an emergency service, so that clients may contact a doctor in regards to after hours, weekend, and holiday emergency needs. Our practice records include a total of more than five thousand clients and ten thousand patients which are nearly equally represented by dogs and cats.
MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT AT OUR NEWLY RENOVATED
VETERINARY CLINIC TODAY!
In the fall of 2008, our practice facility undertook an addition and major renovation of the hospital facility. The reception area, surgical facility, radiology center, laboratory diagnostic center, treatment and intensive care areas are all new. The in-patient housing of dogs and cats, as well the isolation housing of patients having highly contagious diseases, were all updated and expanded.
The newly renovated facility now also includes entrance ramps, giving injured, disabled, and aged patients, as well as owners having wheel chair needs, easy access to the hospital.