Our Brackett West location has been officialy open for a year, and we're celebrating during the week of October 30-November 3, 2017

Stop by Brackett West Veterinary Clinic for some birthday celebrations, including:

  • Brackett West Veterinary Clinic Turns One!Raffles and prizes
  • Jen Sawyer Photography doing pet photos from 10am-2pm that Monday & Friday
  • Pet photo contest with the winner getting a gift card to Planet Dog!
  • Snacks for pets and people
  • And more!

We hope to see you and your pets then! More details are coming soon.

Learn more about our second location, Brackett West Veterinary Clinic.

Ever since recreational marijuana was legalized in Maine earlier this year, we have seen a number of pets affected by marijuana toxicity.

Marijuana ingestion is very common and can cause a variety of clinical signs, including neurological problems (incoordination, stupor, dilated pupils), gastrointestinal issues (vomiting and diarrhea), urinary incontinence, and decreased heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature.

Signs can last up to 96 hours post exposure, and can occur with variable levels of ingestion. Other toxins can cause similar signs, so it's important to call your veterinarian immediately if you think your pet is exhibiting these signs or has ingested any form of marijuana.