Mass Vet Cardiology Services

Locations Main Office 305 Suffield St, Agawam MA South Deerfield Office Deerfield Bus Ctr, Suite 28 110 North Hillside Road

Mass Vet Cardiology is a cardiology referral practice centrally located in Western MA, near the Eastern States Exposition grounds, in Agawam, MA with a satellite clinic in South Deerfield, MA. Our goal is to provide veterinarians in the Pioneer Valley, northern Connecticut and Southern Vermont, the opportunity to incorporate advanced cardiology diagnostics, sophisticated equipment, and the expertise of veterinary specialist cardiologists into their general practices. Mass Vet Cardiology’s main goal is to become an extension of general practices and maintain a close working relationship with your family veterinarian, to diagnose and treat your pet’s heart condition. Patients are accepted only by referral from your veterinarian, and 24-hour patient care is provided for our hospitalized patients. Our secondary goal is to provide affordable cardiology screening to pure bred dog and cat breeders so that we may work together to identify dogs with hereditary heart diseases and remove them from breeding programs.

Our friend Sophie hanging out for the day for lab testing. We always want to make sure our patients are as comfortable as possible during their stay here.

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Squeaks, our hospital cat making friends with one of our favorite Great Dane pups, Bella

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Maverick and Macgyver enjoying the storm from the inside.

Just a reminder we will be closed at noon on Christmas Eve and closed for Christmas. If you have an emergency please call Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital at (413) 665-4911

Don't let that face fool you! Our Cavalier friend, Perdido loves coming to visit!

Construction has begun on our new addition! Our foreman Gunny decided it was best to watch from the inside instead of getting cold and wet outside

Happy Halloween from the Mass Vet crew and our BFF Daisy who broke out of jail to come visit us

One of our favorites, Chewey looking for treats after her recheck with Dr. Masloski


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One of our favorite kitty patients, Macgyver watching the rain from the exam room

We want to remind our clients it is going to be HOT this weekend. Please keep your pets inside with the AC on!

Kane from Kane's Krusade came to visit Dr. Masloski and the staff today! He has been a patient and friend for a couple of years now.

Hi everyone, our phones are not working at the moment. If you need to contact us please email [email protected]. Sorry for the inconvenience, everything will be up and running later today or by tomorrow morning!

Our office assistant Squeaks wants to remind everyone that we are closed for Memorial Day Monday May 28th. Please make sure you check before the weekend if you need refills on medications or have any unanswered questions! Have a great long weekend!

One of our youngest (and cutest) patients, Bertha!

Sending a big thank you to Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital for taking care of our very own office assistant Squeaks. She is feeling back to her normal self and back to "helping" in the office :)

Baxter came to visit and have a checkup with Dr. Masloski. We can't get enough of this adorable face!

We enjoyed our visit this morning with Fergus from Dracoonfly Maine Coons for our monthly breed clearance clinic!

Mass Vet Cardiology is very excited to announce that Dr. Anne Masloski will be joining our team. Also joining us is Annie CVT and Nicole our new practice manager. Dr. Masloski will be seeing appointments on Mondays until June when she will begin full time. Also pictured is one of our favorite clients of Dr. Masloski's "Roscoe"

[03/29/17]   The Saturday, April 22nd cardiac breeding clearance clinic is almost full! We have 6 echocardiogram spaces remaining.

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Princess is missing from Harvey Johnson Dr. and Main Street near Heritage Hall. She is Brown and white. Please share her flyer and call 413-355-0093 or 413-331-6046 with any sightings.

[02/21/17]   We is hiring! More details will be posted but we are hiring a practice manager/office manager. This is a hybrid job but could be more focused on practice/office management alone. Please check our website in the next few days. -- Lauren

[02/20/17]   Working Dog Clinic March 4th is FULL! As soon as MBF posts the judging schedule, I will begin scheduling the clinic. I anticipate emailing out appointment times by Friday. -- Lauren

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Attn Breeders: Beginning in April, MVCS will be offering monthly breeding clearance clinics on the 3rd Friday of the month from 830 AM to 430 PM.

These clinics will be at the discounted rates and are for well dogs or cats being screened for breeding purposes. As with our breeding clearance clinics on the weekends, pre-payment is required to hold your space.

With the addition of these clinics, we will ONLY be offering breeding clearance either via these monthly breeding clearance clinics or those breeding clearance organized on the weekends.

Dates for 2017 are as follows: 04/21, 05/18 (THURSDAY), 06/16, 07/21, 08/17 (THURSDAY), 09/15, 10/20, 11/17, and 12/15.

To sign-up for the monthly clinics, call the office at 413-734-1292 or [email protected].

To sign-up for the weekend breeding clearances, please see our website for more details as some clinics require you pay and register with the club organizing them.

[01/03/17]   MVCS is looking for a full time veterinary technician. Please submit your resume with references to [email protected]

[12/30/16]   Everyone at Mass Vet Cardiology wishes you a Happy New Year. May 2017 be filled with abundance, joy, and treasured moments!

[12/30/16]   Our parking lot is currently very icy. We have a truck coming to salt and sand it. In the interim, for safety reasons I am asking anyone who may need to pick up medications do so later this morning or in the afternoon. I apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but do not want to risk anyone slipping and falling. -- Lauren

[12/29/16]   With 2016 nearly at the close, there are a few changes here at MVCS.
Danielle Stuart is leaving to pursue a career in shelter medicine at Dakin. We wish her the best of luck in her new career!

Secondly: we are changing the day of the week we are in south Deerfield. We will now be in south Deerfield on Wednesdays and Agawam on Monday, Tuesdsday, Thursday, and Friday.

[12/26/16]   Dr. Morris will be on vacation Friday, December 23rd through Monday January 2nd. During this time, we will be in our Agawam office.

On Monday, December 26th, we will have staff in the office from 8 AM to 12 PM. Tuesday through Friday, staff will be available 8 AM to 5 PM.

Beginning Monday, January 2nd our hours of operation will be as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday in Agawam from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Wednesday in South Deerfield from 8 AM to 5 PM.

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Attn Breeders: We have made some changes to our 24-Holter Monitor processing fees.

1. A scan with cardiology interpretation and OFA holter form has increased to $90

2. For those who submit Alba scans for interpretation: The scan interpretation remains at $50. HOWEVER, we do require a "Full Disclosure" with the report. Be sure to request the full disclosure from the scan service.

3. Using our 24-holter monitor and vest with a scan, interpretation, and OFA form has increased to $200.

For details and information, please go to:

Mass. Veterinary Cardiology Services, Inc. - BR Clearance Calendar

Attention Breeders:

We have posted our breeding clearance schedule for 2017! For those clinics sponsored by other clubs or organizations, more details will be posted as we receive the information.

To view our 2017 schedule, please go to

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MVCS is hiring! We are looking for a Full-Time (preferred) or PT veterinary technician. For details, please go to

[10/19/16]   MVCS is organizing our 2017 Breeding Clearance Clinic schedule. If you or your club are interested in holding a clinic, please contact Lauren as soon as possible. We offer a limited number of breeding clearance clinics each month. Clinics are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis.

[10/12/16]   Our next breeding clearance clinic is Sunday, November 27th from 1 PM to 5 PM, with overflow into Monday. Registration deadline: Wednesday, November 16th.

For more details, go to:

[10/04/16]   DPCA 2016:

We have 3 echocardiogram slots available! Please call the office at 413-734-1292 if you are attending and would like to schedule an appointment. Payment must be provided when you call.

[10/03/16]   DPCA appointment times have gone out via email! However, we have two echocardiogram slots available on a first-come, first serve basis. Please CALL the office at 413-734-1292 and ask for Lauren.

[09/30/16]   DPCA 2016:

I am working on the finalizing the schedule for the clinic. You will receive emails either today or Monday.



[09/21/16]   DPCA 2016 Update:
1.Once judging schedules are available, I will begin scheduling the appointments. *Hopefully* you will receive an email with your time the middle to end of next week. Again, it depends on the superintendents.

2 If your dog has had a previous echocardiogram, please bring a copy to the DPCA with you. You also need to bring a copy of your registration for OFA forms.

3.The clinic is located in Sky Boxes 3 & 4. During the clinic, the best means of reach us for questions is by going to the sky box. You can also reach me on my cell phone-- text message preferred. This is my personal cell so I ask you only contact me during the clinic hours (Sunday-Tuesday, approximately 730 AM to 5-6 PM) and only if it is urgent.

I will include items 2 and 3 in your appointment confirmation.

Please feel free to cross post.

Thank you!


[09/19/16]   For those attending the DPCA National in October: Payments will be processed beginning Wednesday. Appointment times will be scheduled as soon as all the various judging programs are available. You will receive an email with your appointment time; this could be after you have left for the national.

For those having holters done on Sunday and Monday: you will be given a precise time to return the holter the following day. We ask that you remove the holter from your dog before bringing it to us. It is important the holter be returned by the appointed time so those scheduled for a holter that day can get it put on.

Thank you!



[09/02/16]   Dr. Morris will be on vacation Monday September 5th through Monday September 12th. We will have staff in the office to answer questions, refill medications, and book appointments.

Please note: Monday, September 5th we will be closed for Labor Day.

Our Agawam parking lot is being paved Tuesday, September 6th through Wednesday, September 7th. Cars cannot be driven on the parking lot until Friday 9th. Because of this:

Tuesday, September 6th we will be in South Deerfield
Wednesday September 7th through Friday we will be in Agawam.

However, this is subject to change based on weather so please call the office to confirm the location if you need to pick-up medications.

Mass. Veterinary Cardiology Services, Inc.

MVCS will be at the DPCA national Sunday, October 9th through Tuesday, October 11th. We will be offering echocardiograms for Dobermans only! Joining Dr. Morris for this even is Dr. Fries from the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

All dogs must be signed up by Wednesday, September 21st.

For more information and to sign up, go to We will be offering echocardiograms and 24-holter monitoring Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Please note: Holters are limited to 6 per day.

Mass. Veterinary Cardiology Services, Inc.

MVCS will be at the DPCA national Sunday, October 9th through Tuesday, October 11th. We will be offering echocardiograms for Dobermans only! Joining Dr. Morris for this even is Dr. Fries from the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

All dogs must be signed up by Wednesday, September 21st.

For more information and to sign up, go to We will be offering echocardiograms and 24-holter monitoring Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Please note: Holters are limited to 6 per day.

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305 Suffield St
Agawam, MA

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
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