River Road Veterinary Hospital

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River Road Veterinary Hospital has Electronic Medical Records, and we are committed to reducing unnecessary paper use in our veterinary practice. So, don’t fill out any forms. Just give us a call and spend a few minutes on the phone with our staff. They will get the essentials down; then, when you arrive for your appointment, they will fill in any blanks. Or you can e-mail us; that’s cool, too. Phone (207) 825-2105 or e-mail [email protected].

We’d really appreciate having your e-mail address. We do the bulk of our reminder services through e-mail. Also, the doctors like to use e-mail to send your pet’s lab reports and follow-up on cases.

Also, we can send you text messages right from our practice software! We send quick notes by text for things like appointment reminders, negative fecal parasite exam results, and follow-ups to routine exams. It works great for us. But you can always opt-out of text messages if that’s not how you like to get your information.

Are We the Right Vet for Your Pet?

In your search for lifelong health care for your beloved pet, we believe you should expect high quality care as well as great service. Our goal has been to assemble a veterinary health care team committed to providing exceptional client service and veterinary health care. Our commitment to you is to continue to offer the warmth of a small practice, with the fantastic care and knowledge that you’ve come to expect.

The most important part of your pet’s health care is the physical examination. Even the most attentive, loving pet owner probably does not have the objectively, and instrumentation, to perform a complete exam. From palpating the lymph nodes to examining the optic nerve of the eye, looking into the ear canals, listening to the heart, and really looking at the teeth, we are able to get a comprehensive snapshot of your pet’s health status, with treats and smiles all along.

Wherever you and your pet end up, you should try to choose a veterinarian who is calm, compassionate, and willing to explain things in a way that you understand. Find a veterinarian with whom both you and your pet feel comfortable. Ideally, it should be convenient to your home. Choose a clinic with qualified staff and facilities to undertake surgery, do in-house bloodwork and x-rays, and perform procedures requiring anesthesia, such as teeth cleaning. We hope River Road Veterinary Hospital will be the right choice for you!