Emergency Vet & General Practice
When Does Your Pet Need Emergency Care?
In addition to being an emergency center, we are also a general veterinary practice. Our highly trained team includes emergency veterans and general practice veterinarians. We are also proud to have Dr. Timothy Lampman on our team, who is an orthopedic, soft tissue, and neurosurgery surgeon: an area of interest our patients might be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.
At Veterinary Emergency & Surgery Hospital, our general practice services are extensive. We have made an effort to offer a wide variety of services in order to keep your pet’s health in the best condition possible. Services include comprehensive annual wellness exams, annual vaccinations, disease prevention, and more.
As caring pet owners, we know that you are always keeping an eye out for health issues with your pet, and you might not know exactly when your pet needs emergency intervention. If you are unsure, it is best to call us at (603) 288-1515 and we will help assess the situation.
The best way to know for sure if your pet needs emergency care is to contact our team and discuss their symptoms. Keeping up with your pet’s regular checkups can prevent these issues and prevent them from escalating. It is important to stay informed about the needs and potential health issues that may come with your specific breed. Watching for behavior issues and addressing them as they arise, keeping up with regular grooming to check for fleas, keeping up with your pet’s medication needs, and making sure they receive the proper amount of exercise are all ways to help prevent emergency situations. However, even pet owners who care for their pets with upmost diligence can experience emergency situations, and when that occurs, our team is here – 24/7, including holidays.