Dianica Kirton, DVM Joins MASH Vet

Dr. Dianica Kirton, DVM

As a result of growing demand, Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton is pleased to announce that Dr. Dianica Kirton, DVM, will join the practice in July.

Kirton is a graduate of Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine (TUCVM). She is a native New Yorker who completed her bachelor of science in laboratory animal science at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.

After delving into holistic modalities to treat her own ailments, Kirton became interested in the veterinary side of holistic medicine. She has since founded the Holistic Veterinary Medicine Club at TUCVM and served as the national president of the Student American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association. Kirton is also a Fear Free Certified Professional dedicated to reducing fear, anxiety and stress in her patients and creating happy veterinary visits.

Kirton is currently enrolled in the small animal acupuncture course at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and will become a certified traditional Chinese veterinary medicine practitioner this winter. The additional skills she brings to the practice include surgery, dentistry, laser therapy, ozone therapy, pain management, palliative care, nutrition and medicinal marijuana research.

Location: 72 W. Main St., Hopkinton. For more information or to request an appointment, call 508-435-4077 or visit MashVet.com.

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