Because You Care About Your Pets

When you are sick, you want personal attention from a doctor you trust. You want one-on-one care in a quiet, calm environment; one that helps you forge a bond with your primary physician. The same applies to your pet. Dr. Jake Tedaldi founded Vetcall with this in mind, because pets feel more comfortable in a familiar, intimate setting. Unlike large animal hospitals that are often filled with barking, screeching and overall chaos, Vetcall guarantees that your pet will benefit from an ever-lasting close relationship.

The practice deals primarily with dogs and cats, although pocket pets are always welcome.

Dr. Tedaldi is a 1980 graduate of Harvard University and a 1990 graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. As such, he is certified to treat all animals. He is one of the few vets who will come to your home, driving to your doorstep in order to help with whatever ails your pet. Dr. Tedaldi also has surgical and medical privileges at a local animal hospital so that he can help with most cases that require such facilities.

Give your pets the same medical attention that you give yourself. Introduce them to Dr. Tedaldi today and discover the long-term and short-term health benefits that a highly-trained, highly-attentive vet can provide.

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Best of Boston 2006 Best of Boston 2011

JAKE TEDALDI
Best of Boston
2006 & 2011 Vet


"Making house calls in a black Hummer (license plate: "ANIMAL") roomy enough to house a small petting zoo, Dr. Tedaldi pulls up to his patients' homes with examining table, medical kit, and biscuit bribes at the ready. Believe us: Never having to haul out the carrier or spike the water with sedatives makes annual checkups and shots almost pleasant." - DailyCandy


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