The It List: Pets and Vets

Lisa Pierpont | January 13, 2020 | People

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Take a look at the best services for your best friend.

Five-Star Pooch
(274 Southampton St.)

Man’s best friend has come a long way, baby. Your canine—and feline—can now enjoy a full-on suite, flat-screen TV, an orthopedic pet bed and personalized bedtime tuck-ins. Red Dog Pet Resort boasts luxury accomodations, spa treatments, grooming and an animal hospital for your four-legged loves. Good dog. (And cat.)

Insider tip Perhaps your cat won’t be into this, but your dog should surely take advantage of the aquatic center, offering a Private Fun Swim, Fitness Swim and Hydro Massage Swim.

Ivy League Vet
(304 Commonwealth Ave.)

Dr. Jake Tedaldi, a graduate of Harvard University and Tufts’ Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, is not only arguably the most educated vet in these parts, but perhaps also the most compassionate. The owner of Vetcall, Dr. Tedaldi makes at-home visits armed with an examining table, medical kit and, most importantly, words of wisdom. He also has surgical privileges at a local veterinary hospital.

Insider tip Giddy up! Don’t think Dr. Tedaldi works only on cats and dogs; he can treat just about any animal you’re willing to call a pet.



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