Scott Munson is a native of Massachusetts, growing up in Weston. “When your father is a veterinarian, your next pet is always a delightful surprise. Dad brought home some wonderful homeless pets through his many years on staff at the old Angell Memorial Animal Hospital.” Dr. Munson earned his BA in biology from Washington and Jefferson College and then followed in both his father’s and uncle’s footsteps by earning his veterinary medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Munson also completed a post-doctorate internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital before entering private practice. Following a five-year tenure at a large 24 hour facility on the South Shore, Dr. Munson continued his career in emergency medicine and relief work.
In 1994, Dr. Munson purchased Cape Cod Animal Hospital and Cape Cod Farm Kennel from Dr. Bill Laughlin. Dr. Munson enjoys the variety of feline and canine general practice with particular interests in orthopedic disorders, dermatology, endocrinology and ophthalmology.
Number 1415 Osterville West Barnstable Road, W. Barnstable MA Tel: 508-428-6393 Hours: Mon-Sat. 8 a.m. - 5 p. m.
Heidi McMorrow grew up in Oklahoma with a multitude of pets – “if it had 4 legs and fur, you can bet we had it for a pet”. From a very young age, Dr. McMorrow knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Dr. McMorrow attended Oklahoma State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in physiology and a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Following graduation,
Dr. McMorrow moved to the East Coast to pursue her career in small animal veterinary medicine and surgery. In 1995, following 8 years of practice at a large 24 hour facility on the South Shore, Dr. McMorrow joined Cape Cod Animal Hospital. Dr. McMorrow is a past recipient of the Hartz Veterinarian of the Year Award for her work with a local animal shelter in establishing and providing pro bono services for the shelter’s spay and neuter clinic. Dr. McMorrow enjoys all aspects of general practice including internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and small mammal medicine (rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, etc.).