The Doctors and Staff at Allenstown Animal Hospital are dedicated to the long term health and well being of your pet. Our recommendations for preventative health care are established on this commitment. Our Lifestages/LifeCare approach to pet health care enables us to tailor the appropriate preventive care to each personal pet we see based on age, breed and lifestyle, following the lastest research and guidelines.
|Address||9 Rvr Rd|
|Phone Number||(603) 485-7133|
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Allenstown Animal Hospital veterinarians and technicians are committed to excellence. Our world-class staff combines cutting-edge veterinary technology with decades of experience to provide the highest level of care for your pet. We understand that a pet is part of the family. Our goal is to provide each one with a long, healthy and happy life. The day your pet enters our hospital it becomes part of our family too. From new puppy and kittens to graying seniors, we are there every step of the way.
Young animals are like kids-it's a never-ending job to keep them safe and happy. Vaccinating your pet is a relatively inexpensive but very important way to protect his or her health. In addition to preventing many life-threatening illnesses, vaccinations can prevent diseases prevalent in wildlife and those that can be passed to humans. It's important to administer vaccinations when pets are puppies and kittens because their young immune systems are still developing and need protection to stay healthy.
One of the worst feelings to experience as a pet owner is a realization that your pet has gone missing. Only 17% of dogs and 2% of cats make it back to their owners-which can make it feel like you'll never see your pet again if they get lost. Allenstown Animal Hospital wants to encourage you to consider microchipping your pet, even if they live entirely indoors-because even indoor pets can escape and become lost. Unlike collars and tags, microchips can't fall off and they serve as permanent identification for a pet's entire life.
Imagine if you never brushed your teeth or had them cleaned. Pretty frightening, right? As you can imagine, things would eventually start to go very, very bad inside your mouth: teeth would rot and decay, gums would become inflamed and infected. Bacteria from those rotting teeth would eventually travel into your bloodstream and could cause other serious health problems. And we haven't even mentioned the daily, debilitating pain. It's the same scenario for your dog or cat. While some people might laugh at the idea of brushing their pet's teeth or taking them for a dental cleaning, the fact is that by age three, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some evidence of periodontal disease.
Surgery is often the most effective way to treat many serious injuries and disorders, and Allenstown Animal Hospital is proud to offer state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Our hospital provides a full range of surgical services ranging from standard spaying and neutering to advanced, highly specialized procedures. Allenstown Animal Hospital's experienced veterinary anesthesiologists provide skilled pain management during and after all surgical procedures, ensuring your pet recovers quickly and with minimum discomfort.
Ashley has been a member of our technician team since 2005, and became a CertifiedVeterinary Technician in2015. She grew up on a small farm in Vermont and attended the University of Findlay for Equestrian Studies. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys spending time with her husband, George and son Tanner, hiking, fishing and playing with her catChaquita (Maine Coon/Manx cross) and rescue Pittie Loki. Tara is a veterinary technician at our hospital. When not busy at work, she prefers to be outdoors playing sports, hiking and spending time with her husband and daughter, 4 cats, Toni, Jack, Hopey and Desiree, and Diego, her Miniature Dachshund.
When you are looking for a veterinary care clinic you should be able to count on superior care and excellent service. We at Allenstown Animal Hospital in Allenstown NH have assembled an expert team of veterinary professionals to bring you the best possible healthcare for your pet. We have a state of the art veterinary facility which is clean, comfortable, and efficient. Call (603) 485-7133 to schedule an appointment and we will find a time that is convenient for you. Once a year, you should take your pet in for a check-up.
Every year thousands of stray and unwanted animals are euthanized in shelters across the United States. Many of these deaths are the avoidable result of owners failing to spay and neuter their pets. Even if you keep a close watch on your pet, accidents happen, and unexpected offspring means more animals that won't be given the chance at full, happy lives. Spaying and neutering can help end this cycle, and both procedures can have health benefits for pets. Spaying is a common surgical procedure performed on female cats and dogs.