Rockingham Emergency Veterinary Hospital is a fully-equipped and staffed, state-of-the-art emergency veterinary hospital located in Windham, New Hampshire, just 5 minutes from exit 3 off of Route 93. We are open and fully staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. While we are not affiliated with any general practice, we will communicate closely with your veterinarian to ensure that your pet receives excellent continuity of care. We also provide referrals to veterinary specialty hospitals when additional care may be needed.
Our experienced and highly-trained staff provides caring, compassionate emergency medical and surgical care for your pet. We regularly treat cats, dogs, and exotic animals, including ferrets, hamsters, guinea pigs, other small animals, snakes, turtles and other reptiles, and birds.
REVH offers digital radiography, in-house laboratory and pharmacy services, anesthesia and emergency surgery, and computerized medical records. We work closely with many of the veterinarians in the local area, providing emergency and off-hours coverage to the local area, including Windham, Salem, Pelham, Derry, Londonderry, Hudson, Manchester, Nashua, Merrimack, Hampstead, Atkinson, and Plaistow, NH, as well as Methuen, Lawrence, Haverhill and Dracut, MA.
We are all pet owners, and understand that your pet is part of your family. Our first priority will always be the health and welfare of your pet!
Windham Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary facility which has been serving the community for over 35 years. We are conveniently located between exits 3 and 4 off of Interstate-93, between Derry and Salem on Route 28 (also known as Rockingham Road). We specialize in the health and care of companion dogs and cats, and also work with over 20 area pet-rescue organizations. Our highly trained staff of veterinarians and paraprofessionals provides complete medical and surgical care for your pets using the latest techniques and equipment.
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