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Dr Sidorsky has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Pioneer Valley for over 25 years where he lives with his wife Linda, and their pets Habibi (the dog) and Tim (the cat)
Dr. Sidorsky states that: "Our goal is to keep your pets as healthy as possible and offer you practical, sound medical advice in all stages of your pet's life." In addition, Dr Sidorsky, as a veterinarian, is committed to developing a trusting and lasting relationship with each of his clients and their pets.
Robert and Linda moved to the Western Massachusetts hill-town area in 1983 when Dr Sidorsky began practicing veterinary medicine in Shelburne Falls. After some years it became clear that he wanted to offer veterinary services in a home setting and began traveling with Linda as his assistant and Habibi as their traveling companion throughout the Pioneer Valley. Robert Sidorsky DVM now brings his 25 plus years of experience to your home.
Membership Associations: AVMA, AAHV, MVMA, AAHABV
Salty Paws: Habibi on Channel 40 News
The following was a short TV news item on WWLP-TV
Also, here is a short video done by Sidorsky DVM on Symptoms of a Feline Thyroid Problem -- powered by eHow.com
To see the rest of this series go to the following link on "Cat care and Health" tips by Dr Sidorsky. By clicking on the link you will be able to view any of 20 different topics that Dr. Sidorsky presented by "e-how": http://www.ehow.com/videos-on_10253_cat-care-health.html
For more general information about mobile veterinary services in the news check out the link below.