Dr. Laura Jones Joins North County Veterinary Hospital

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — North County Veterinary Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Laura Jones has joined the practice.
Jones has been living and practicing veterinary medicine in Northern Berkshire County for more than 30 years. She grew up in Williamstown and completed her undergraduate and veterinary degree at Cornell University. 
Her special interests include dermatology, ophthalmology, internal medicine and behavior. "Dr. Laura" said she feels so lucky to have turned her passion for animals and their people into a lifelong career. When not working, she enjoys spending time horseback riding, hiking with her dogs, and cross-country skiing. 
North County Veterinary Hospital is a privately owned, community-based hospital offering full-service medical, surgical and dental treatments to our canine and feline patients. The doctors and staff believe in treating every patient as if they were their own pet, giving them the same loving attention and care. 
The hospital is located at 838 Curran Memorial Highway and hours of operation are Monday, Thursday and Friday from 8 to 5; Tuesdays from 8 to 7, and Wednesdays from 10 to 8. Call 413-664-4570 for more information. 

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