Compassionate Care Veterinary Center
1147 North Main Street, Randolph,MA 02368
781-986-0900 Fax: 781-986-0910
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Dr. Joan Diebold graduated from Brown University with a
Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Medicine.  After graduating
from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary
Medicine, Dr. Diebold completed an internship at the MSPCA’s
Angell Animal Medical Center in Western New England. Since
then she has been practicing veterinary medicine at a number
of hospitals in eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island,
including two years at a practice specializing in birds and other
exotic pets.  

Dr. Diebold’s areas of special interest include internal
medicine, dermatology, cardiology, anesthesiology, feline
medicine, exotic animal medicine (especially birds and exotic
mammals), pain management, behavior, and western herbal
medicine.  She is a member of the American Veterinary
Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital
Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners,
and the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians.

Dr. Diebold has been a resident of Quincy since 1984. She lives
with her husband, Alan, and their numerous pets including
many cats, two dogs, an African Grey Parrot and an Angora

Compassionate Care’s philosophy is to focus on patient care as
well as client communications and client education. Our goal is
to provide the highest quality care to all of our patients. Every
effort will be made to combine the medical excellence found at
large hospitals with the individual attention and friendly
atmosphere of a small clinic.

We recommend routine screening for all healthy pets in order
to detect diseases early and prevent more serious problems
from occurring in the future. We sincerely believe that most
sick pets recover faster in a familiar environment, so,
whenever possible, we keep hospital stays to a minimum.  

Compassionate Care Veterinary Center practices the safest
possible anesthesia and has extensive equipment for
monitoring all vital signs while our patients are under
anesthesia. All of our surgical patients go home with adequate
pain management designed around their individual needs.