Veterinarians in Norwich, VT

Comprehensive list of Norwich, Vermont based veterinary clinics and animal hospitals offering advanced medical diagnostics or pet treatment. Find a veterinarian for your dog, cat or other pet.

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River Road Veterinary Clinic services the upper valley region including the towns of Norwich, Hanover, Thetford, Lyme, Hartford and beyond. Our aim to River Road Veterinary Clinic is to supply consistent, quality medicine and surgery for huge and tiny animals. Our professional staff supplies a clean, friendly environment with a special emphasis on compassionate care and understanding.


We offer a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories. We also work closely with local practices when special diagnostic procedures are required. The facility includes a well-stocked pharmacy, in-hospital surgery suite, in-house x-ray capabilities, a closely supervised hospitalization area, and indoor kennels with outdoor walking areas for


VEREMEDY RECEIVES PERMISSION TO EXPAND ITS HOSPITAL [September 15, 2009] We have been running out of space for some time as more and more people choose Veremedy Pet Hospital for their pet's medical requirements. So, the time has come to add on to our facility. Veremedy is a whimsical word that we invented. It is pronounced - vur rhymes with fur -rem'-ih dee.



We're situated in Newbury, Vermont, about a mile N of the Common on the W side of Route 5. We provide veterinary services for dogs, cats, and several pocket pets as well as a boarding kennel.


We trust that each customer and each pet deserves all the attention that we can supply. Our veterinarians and professional team are committed to guarantee that every pet and every customer receives the care that meets his or her specific requirements. We strive always to supply superior veterinary care in a comfortable, compassionate environment.


My name's Bruce, and i am from Halifax, Nova Scotia. I went to veterinary school in Prince Edward Island at the Atlantic Veterinary College. I have worked in Vermont at Eastwood Animal Clinic for about thirteen years, originally for Dr. Blair Campbell. I purchased the practice in 2005 and now I am going totally bald.


The December 2007 issue of Natural Pet Care discusses fluoride needs in tiny animals.


At Bear Swamp Veterinary Service, we trust that a holistic approach to health care is the way to optimum health for your companions. We are blending traditional and alternative therapies to optimize the overall health and well-being of your pets. By advocating a natural diet and minimal vaccinations our concentration is on preventive healthcare.