Your Trusted Family Veterinarian and Animal Hospital Near Derry, NH
The veterinarians and supporting staff of Canobie Lake Veterinary Hospital share their lives with animals too, and know that in addition to being cherished companions, they are also family members. The care we provide for our patients is exactly the kind of care we would want for our own pets–we comply with the American Animal Hospital Association’s many (over 900!) quality standards to bring you stress-free, outstanding veterinary medicine and customer service. Our animal hospital is also equipped with the most current and reliable technology, which allows us to better evaluate our patients’ health and meet their needs. We welcome all manner of pets to our animal hospital near Derry, NH, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, and pocket pets.
Veterinary Services to Give Every Pet in Derry, NH the Best Life Possible
When your pets are happy, you’re happy, and helping your four-legged family member stay healthy is key. Our veterinarians and staff treat every pet, regardless of their size or species, as one of our own, and approach their care from an individual standpoint. Your pet is unique, and while their needs may be mostly similar to other pets, tailoring their treatment to them specifically is the difference between good care and excellent care.
Our veterinary services include:
- Dog and cat wellness care
- Teeth cleaning
- Spay and neuter
- Allergies and dermatology
- End-of-life care
- Emergency care
- Holistic care
- Diagnostics and pharmacy
- Rabbit and pocket pet care
- Avian and exotic care
What is Stress-Free Care?
Stress-free care is designed to put your companion more at ease from the moment they walk in the door. Together, our veterinarians and team members implement a variety of techniques and protocols to make our animal hospital a relaxing place for our visitors, especially those who are more anxious than most.
Here are some of the things we do to help pets feel calmer during treatment:
- We use minimal restraint when we handle pets, and may sometimes take a more hands-off approach to build trust
- Only one animal is taken back to our treatment area at a time for care
- We are careful to avoid making sudden movements and abrupt sounds, which can increase stress in pets
- Another technique we enjoy is talking to our patients in soft, reassuring voices…tone matters!