2012-07-20 / Community

New doctor takes over Cape vet clinic

On July 11, 2012, Dr. Ginger Browne Johnson purchased The Veterinary Centre of Cape Elizabeth (207 Ocean House Road, Cape Elizabeth) from Dr. Lynda Bond, who had owned the practice for 29 years.

As a 1992 graduate of Cape Elizabeth High School, Johnson said she is thrilled to return to her hometown to become the owner and head veterinarian of The Veterinary Centre of Cape Elizabeth. Johnson is a graduate of the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing in the greater Boston area for more than eight years. Most recently, she was the owner of MVP Vet, a mobile veterinary practice based in Stoughton, Mass. Additionally, she had been working with Bond in Cape Elizabeth for nearly three years on a part-time basis.

Johnson attended Brown University and the New England Conservatory of Music before attending veterinary school at Tufts. In addition to continuing general medicine and surgery, as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, Johnson brings some of her own interests and expertise to the practice.

“Services such as dentistry, behavior management and rehabilitation will improve each animal’s quality of life,” Johnson said.

Johnson purchased the practice from Bond, who is opening a new alternative care practice, Energetic Veterinary Health Care. Bond’s new practice will provide care through traditional Chinese medicine with acupuncture and herbs, classical homeopathy, western herbal medicine, quantum energy and laser therapy.

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