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Betsy Dake
· August 3, 2015
I was very impressed with Dr. Evans and her staff this past week when my dearest cat was brought in to her emergently and, unfortunately, diagnosed with a large abdominal tumor. She was incredibly ki...nd and compassionate in how she informed me of the terrible news and when I made the difficult decision to euthanize her, both she and her staff treated both my cat and me with an unbelievable amount of respect and gentleness throughout the process. While it will never been easy to put a cherished furry child to sleep, Dr. Evans made it as easy as it could have been possible. I cannot say enough positive about her and her staff. See More

After nearly 25 years of operation, Barrington Veterinary Clinic must close its doors on January 31 due to Dr. Evans' health issues. We will be open Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 10am -2pm for records pick-up and over the counter sales through the end of the month. By February, all pet records will be transferred to our friends at Riverside Animal Hospital, who we recommend and trust will continue to provide you with all of your pet care needs. They can be reached at (401) 433-2070.

Please know that caring for your pets has been the greatest pleasure and privilege to Dr. Evans over the years, and this has been a difficult decision for her to make. For questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at (401) 245-9226.


Dr. Evans and the team at Barrington Veterinary Clinic would like to say thank you for entrusting us with your pets' care over the years. We've enjoyed getting to know each and every one of you. Your pet's records are now available at Riverside Animal Hospital. They look forward to welcoming you and your pets into their family. We wish you all the best.

Unfortunately we have to close our doors on the 31st, but fortunately for your pets, we've carefully selected an amazing veterinary hospital to provide your furry friends with the best care possible. Don't forget, your pet's records will be at Riverside Animal Hospital beginning February 1.

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