Updated Policy for Online Pharmacy Requests

We respect the right of our clients to get their pet’s medication from the pharmacy of their choice. Unfortunately, due to the high number of requests by online pharmacies that are inappropriate, inaccurate and consume a significant amount of staffs’ time, we can no longer honor these requests.

Beginning July 1, 2023 we will be offering the following options to ensure your pet’s medications are received “safely” and at your “convenience”

1. If you would like to continue using an outside online pharmacy, we will provide a prescription that will be available for you to pick up at the clinic or we can mail the prescription directly to you. This service will be provided to our clients free of charge. You will then be able to send this prescription to the pharmacy of your choice.

(Please Note: Some pharmacies may not accept emailed prescriptions, thus requiring you to mail the original)

**So that we may verify weight and correct dosing, please allow up to 72 hours (about 3 days) for this to be completed**

2. WPVC Online Pharmacy – New Online Pharmacy Coming Soon! June 6, 2023 https://shop.wholevets.com/pet/

  • Sit. Stay. Save. Shop local using our online pharmacy
  • Exclusive Online Savings
  • Autoship Convenience
  • Peace of mind knowing your pet’s medication is coming from an authorized manufacturer
  • Friendly customer service available by phone, text, chat
  • Compounded Medications available

3. In-Clinic pharmacy, we continue to stock medications for dispensing at the time of your appointment, or for pick up by calling or texting 978-692-4328

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Thank You for your patience, support and understanding as we transition into this policy!

About Whole Pet Veterinary Center

Get to know more about the Whole Pet Veterinary Center story below!

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About Whole Pet Veterinary Center

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The History of Whole Pet Vet Center

Whole Pet Veterinary Center started out as Carlson Veterinary Clinic in the 1980s, run by Dr. Dave Carlson. Dr. Mike Marshall purchased the practice from Dr. Carlson in 2006, who changed the company name to Westford Animal Hospital. Dr. Marshall sold the practice to Dr. Coryn Vickrey in May 2011. After years of brand-name competition from the newly opened Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center, Dr. Vickrey rebranded the company DBA to Whole Pet Veterinary Center in 2017. We feel this name better accurately describes our services to our clients with a focus on total pet wellness care, including nutritional and behavioral issues.

In October 2021, after the stress of the COVID pandemic, Dr. Vickrey partnered with Amerivet to help with the management side of the practice, allowing her to focus her efforts on patient care.

josh the hospital cat

Mission Statement

Our team strives to provide outstanding and compassionate medical care to our patients and clients, ensuring that each interaction is personalized to the individual family and patient needs. We foster a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere plus an excellent client experience through education, collaboration, and communication.

Client interaction at front desk

Core Values

  • Provide customized patient care to meet individual patient and client needs.
  • Use honest and warm communication during interactions.
  • Respect our fellow employees and foster a professional and caring workplace.
  • Respect and embrace the unique bond our pets and clients share.
Dr Vickrey and tech using general anesthesia with bulldog


To be the preferred family veterinary practice in the greater Westford area, providing a unique client experience as measured by client feedback and growth through client referrals.