We offer a range of services aimed at improving your pet's quality of life

We specialize in veterinary rehabilitation, physical therapy, pain management, palliative care and acupuncture

Dr. Coble brings years of experience practicing veterinary medicine. Learn more.

We're open Monday - Friday, (617) 655-9255 or info@sealegsvet.com. Serving the greater Boston area.

How did we get here?

A lifelong animal lover, Dr. Coble has wanted to be a veterinarian since childhood. She studied marine biology at the University of Massachusetts and graduated in 2007...

What do we offer?

At Sea Legs, we seek to elevate your pet’s health through comprehensive, compassionate care. We specialize in veterinary rehabilitation, pain management, acupuncture and palliative care.

How to get started?

Contact us through our contact page or email support@sealegsvet.com with some information about your pet's veterinary or rehabilitative needs, and we'll be in touch with you.


We often treat vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, limping, small wounds and injuries, and allergic reactions, and urinary tract infections, and ear infections in dogs and cats.  And remember: you know your pet better than anyone – so if you have a health concern and your family veterinarian isn’t available, we recommend booking a same-day appointment. We have a full service veterinary clinic, including digital radiology and in-house laboratory.  Dr. Coble comes with 12 years of experience as an emergency/urgent care provider.

Offering a range of services

Border Collie on a hydrotherapy treadmill
Veterinary holding acupuncture needle near dog's paw in clinic, closeup. Animal treatment
Veterinarian smiling while holding cat
Veterinarian smiling while holding cat

Helping your pets earn their Sea Legs

Sea Legs is named after Dr. Coble's childhood dog. We strive to help all of our patients get back on their feet, and earn their own ``Sea Legs.`` Serving the greater Boston area including Dedham, Westwood, Weston, Norwood, Brookline, Newton, Wellesley and the surrounding areas.

Monday: 8A – 6P
Tuesday: 8A – 6P
Wednesday: 8A – 6P
Thursday: 10A – 8P
Friday: 9A – 4P
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Sea Legs in the News!

What Can I Give My Dog For Anxiety?


Pet parents with anxious dogs might turn to medication first to help their pup. However, while anxiety medications for dogs are effective, they work best in conjunction with behavioral and environmental modifications, says Lexy Hughes, BVSc MRCVS, a veterinary surgeon at Zetland Vets. Read more…

The 7 Dog Breeds That Live the Longest, According to Veterinarians


Of course, everyone wishes they could have their dog by their side forever. But perhaps the next best option is to choose one of the longest-living dog breeds. Read more…

Cost of owning a cat: How much are cats and kittens per year?

MARCH 1, 2024  |  By Cassidy Horton, Tori Roughley, & J. R. Duren

Thinking of adding a furry feline to the family? While cats snuggling on laps may melt your heart, pet parenthood requires some budget planning. Read more…

Meet the 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America

MARCH 11, 2024  |  By Lisa Marie Conklin

The American Kennel Club’s list of the most popular dog breeds features the usual lovable suspects, along with some cutie-pies that might surprise you. Read more…

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