Welcome to our Veterinary Care FAQs page! As pet owners, it’s natural to have questions about your furry companions’ health and well-being. Whether you’re a new pet parent or a seasoned pro, our goal is to provide you with the information you need to keep your pets happy, healthy, and thriving. Here, we’ve compiled some of the most commonly asked questions about veterinary care to help you better understand how to care for your pets and what to expect when visiting the vet. From preventive care to emergency situations, we hope these answers will help you feel more confident and informed in providing the best possible care for your beloved pets.
What type of pets do you treat?
Our veterinarians have experience treating small animal (dogs, cats, rabbits, small pocket pets) and large animals (bovine, small ruminants, equine, camelids and swine). We do not offer services for reptiles, household birds or fish at this time.
What payment types are accepted?
We accept Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Care Credit.
Do you offer boarding?
We are not able to offer boarding for our canine patients.
Do I have to make an appointment?
Examinations are by scheduled appointment only. Please call us at 603-532-7114 so we may see how we can accommodate you.
What pet care services do you provide?
Our services range from preventative care to urgent care. We offer most types of soft tissue surgery and dental procedures. The hospital is equipped with in-house bloodwork, radiology, dental radiology and ultrasound. Preventative care includes vaccine protocols and flea, tick, intestinal parasites and heartworm screening and prevention. We also offer supplements to support joint, skin, immune, and behavioral health.
Are you accepting new clients and patients?
We are accepting new patients! In order to offer your pet the best care, we require all previous medical records 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment so that our staff may have adequate time to review them.