Dr. Ayse Washington Joins Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton




Dr. Ayse Washington

Dr. Ayse Washington, DVM, CCRP, has joined the veterinary staff of Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton (M.A.S.H). Washington brings an integrative approach to M.A.S.H. and is skilled in a variety of therapies, including acupuncture, cold laser, strengthening exercises and rehabilitation. She also provides nutritional consultation and supplement recommendations for animals.

Washington has held positions in general practice, emergency medicine, critical care and rehabilitation for animals, and completed coursework in acupuncture at the Chi Institute for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. She obtained a certificate in canine rehabilitation from the University of Tennessee.

“Dr. Washington has passion for treating animals who are struggling with chronic illnesses, debilitating diseases and end of life issues,” says M.A.S.H. General Manager Colleen Shannon. “She’s also experienced a variety of disease conditions from the perspective of the pet owner, including cancer, heart disease, arthritis, allergies and dementia, which allows her to empathize with her clients as they struggle to make decisions regarding their pet’s care.”

Location: 72 W. Main St., Hopkinton. To learn more, call 508-435-4077 or visit MASHVet.com.

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