Firehouse Veterinary Clinic Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Janelle Sullivan

2 years ago

Great Got vitamins for my dogs and made some Bunny appointments.

William Kane

2 years ago

Awesome service and took great care of my dog Atticus

Bill S

2 years ago

Our dog loves coming here. Dr. Fleming is a caring vet who spends time with his patients and took very good care of our dog when he got really sick. I would recommend this vet to anyone looking to have their animal treated for an illness or preventive care.

Alan Aronowitz

2 years ago

Staff is very knowledgeable, courteous and helpful.

Adam Newall

2 years ago

The absolute gold standard for pet care. Dr. Fleming and his staff are standouts in every respect.

Jen Noe

2 years ago

Visit with the techs today, they were awesome! Great with my two dogs.

Charles Broder

2 years ago

Excellent staff, great location, very caring & professional. Recommend to all !!

Christina Ricardi

3 years ago

Everyone in here is so nice, Dr Flemming is wonderful, very compassionate. Love this place.

Kaitlin Magnoli

3 years ago

Great prices and care! They don't over charge and take wonderful care of our pet

Rachel Gratis (indyana207)

3 years ago

Staff is friendly and professional. Good for most basic reptile assessments and issues.


3 years ago

Attentive staff friendly lay out is decent, been to a lot of sub par spots for my first visit I cant say I am disappointed

Katherine Pearson

3 years ago


Jenica Radack

3 years ago

The people here are amazing! They are so genuinely in it for the love of the creature! Best bet care ever!!!

Hannah Duggan

3 years ago

I love brining my bunny here!

Gm K

3 years ago

Love the doctor ! Great staff.

Svetlana Lyons

4 years ago

Love this place. My adopted dog gets top notch care from firehouse clinic. Couldn't be happier!!

Jenn T

4 years ago

The doctor was very interested about my dogs histories (rescues) and made a huge effort to make them feel at ease along with the very helpful and responsive vet techs. I would only bring my dogs to those who treat them like family and I am so glad I brought them here.

Donna Dorado

4 years ago

I brought my 15 year old cat there.. Her 1st visit with them.. They were so thorough & allowed you to be in the room while doing the exam.. I like to see what is being done... They truly do care about their patients & owners.

dina perrone

4 years ago

I was very impressed with the care given my cat. Warren and his staff were excellent.

Christine Richards

4 years ago

Dr. Fleming is compassionate and thorough. He takes the time to interact with both your pet and yourself.

Chilli Palmer

4 years ago

Great staff and very clean they take their time to know your pet and answer any questions. Would higgly recommend


4 years ago

Very caring of your animals, just a great place

Synthetics F

5 years ago

Been taking all of our pets to Doctor Fleming and the Firehouse Vet staff for a decade now. I won't trust my animals with anyone else.

Gregory Davidson

5 years ago

Very compassionate folks who take great care of our animals.

Bob Sheldon

5 years ago

Great place very caring staff and Doctor.

musicchic 54

6 years ago

Sorry everyone, this is a long post but I want you all to know my story so this does not happen to you! I am incredibly disappointed and quite honestly pissed off at this clinic which is why I am writing this review. I brought my puppy here when I brought him home because it was rated really well and he needed his initial checkup. Now this was my first dog so I was not aware at the time of certain things that needed to happen at the first visit. My puppy had diarrhea when he came home which I knew was pretty normal because he was in a stressful situation and traveled many hours in a car with new people that he did not know. I told the vet this but he said it should go away, but to try putting him on a probiotic to see if that helped. Fast forward a month and he still had it, although not as bad, so I will say the probiotic seemed to help a little, but his stool would go from mostly solid, to very soft, and then liquid within a matter of hours. I was now going in for my second visit and I again told him the puppy still had diarrhea. He said it was probably his food and to change it because he is a shepherd and they have very sensitive stomachs (which I know is true so I took his word for it). Now at this point it was his second visit and I had done some research in the month that he was still having his problem. I asked the vet if he should run his blood work to see if anything was wrong internally, (because he never did this on the first visit which is something all puppies should have done especially when they are coming from out of state). He said no that diarrhea is normal in puppies and just to switch his food and keep him on the probiotic and see how that goes. Now he was on a high quality grain free dog food before which he loved, and then when I gradually switched him over to this new food that the vet recommended...(which by the way had grains, soy, gluten, meat by-products, corn, and pretty much every terrible ingredient you can think of). This was the worst mistake I could've made because the diarrhea was the worst it had ever been. Most likely because of the ingredients that were in it. It was straight liquid and he was going so often that I was nervous he was going to get dehydrated and I was about to take him to a hospital. I kept him on this food for about 2 weeks and there was absolutely no improvement whatsoever so I changed him immediately to another high quality grain free food and he immediately showed an improvement (Thank god). They did do a fecal sample on him after the second visit only because I demanded it. Apparently it came back negative but it also came back the next morning and when I researched the time frame on this it usually takes a few days longer than that but I won't get into that right now. Also just so everyone knows, I did not take him to the hospital because he was still acting like himself, eating normally (although he didn't like his vet food very much), and drinking plenty of water so I just continued to keep an eye on him for any changes. So fast forward to a few weeks later and I decided to get a second opinion. At this new vet they immediately wanted to get blood work done to see if anything was wrong. We did a fasting and then came back 2 days later for labs. They all came back within a week and I found out that my pup has low vitamin B12 levels which is essential for growth and development! Sometimes it is caused by pancreatic issues which thankfully came back normal, and the other reason is because of an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestines. Because of the amount of bacteria, they will attach to the vitamin B12 so it does not get absorbed into the body. Having low B12 can cause organs to not function properly if left untreated and can also cause illness and eventually death!! It is unbelievable to me that something so simple was not done to begin with! This could've been discovered many months ago, and we could've been on the road to recovery, but the Dr insisted that it was his food. Be careful who you bring your pets too and do your research people!

Peter Coombes

6 years ago

Nice and caring vet. Not the cheapest but probably the best.

Raychael Chavez Coombes

6 years ago

Dr. Fleming is so great with my babies. And the staff is so friendly & kind.

jerry goldman

6 years ago

They are not only a great medical practice, but also they are very compassionate to their animal friends!

Joseph Keating

8 years ago

The office was open in spite of terrible snow. The vet and staff took great care of a sick cat and worried owner. Highly recommended.

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Firehouse Veterinary Clinic, Massachusetts, Plymouth

4 Hedges Pond Rd

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