What Makes our Care Special?
We're not the biggest. Yet, we are among the best. We are an AAHA-Accredited small animal clinic. Our two veterinarians have over 40 years of experience between them. We hire Licensed Veterinary Technicians and Staff with tons of animal experience. We keep current, we listen, we learn, and we continually strive to provide thorough, compassionate general care, in a very special way! You will notice right away what a friendly, inviting practice this is.
Our hospital features separate dog and cat entrances, keeping waiting room stress at a minimum.
We always try to schedule at least 30 minutes for each appointment. You will have plenty of time to ask any questions about your pet’s health.
Our cat exam room has a bird viewing window. Clients call it “cat television”.
We all love what we do and it shows!
We ask that you schedule an appointment in advance, so that we can schedule one of our two veterinarians and the staff to provide your pet with optimum care. Our receptionists and team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. Call (207) 825-2105 or email email@example.com.
Emergency & Urgent Care
Emergencies happen! But please TRY TO CALL AHEAD, even if you are on your way here. Our team is equipped to deal with most emergencies, but your call can make all of the difference in the outcome, should we need to call back our team from lunch or a meeting to be here for your pet's emergency.
We are always available for urgent care when the condition is not life-threatening. If you feel your pet needs to be seen for a painful ear infection, excessive itchiness, lameness, or stomach upset, our veterinarians and staff absolutely will work to "squeeze" you in between scheduled appointments. When you arrive, our receptionists will be able to give you an estimate on how long you may have to wait in order to be seen.
Both Dr. Carter and Dr. Murphy love seeing your dogs and cats! Dr. Carter also loves seeing unusual or "exotic" pets. Dr. Murphy is our go-to doctor for pet pigs, sheep, and goats (as long as they can come to the clinic), and she is learning everything she can from Dr. Carter about exotics!
- Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas
- Rats and Mice
- Hamsters and Gerbils
- Other Pocket Pets including Degus, Sugar Gliders, and Hedgehogs
- Pet Birds
- Small Farm Animals and Pet Poultry