At Green Mountain Animal Hospital your pet is our passion! That’s why all of us at Green Mountain Animal Hospital work to develop strong relationships with you, so we can work together to give your pet compassionate, personalized lifetime care. We strive to have a positive influence on the health of every patient we see. With comprehensive physical exams, preventive care and early detection of disease, we treat your pet just like our own! We've been a part of the community since 1969, building long lasting friendships and providing quality veterinary care for over 40 years. We'd love to include you as a member of our extended Green Mountain family! Come join our caring family today!

   Available at two locations, our highly trained doctors and technical staff are eager to meet you and provide you with comprehensive veterinary care. We provide full medical, surgical and preventive services for your pets along with the latest in diagnostic capabilities. We strive to provide you with all the information you need to make appropriate decisions about your pet’s health and treatment.

 

  Over the years, we’ve been taking care of generations of families and their pets! We’ve earned the reputation for providing premium care and personalized services at affordable prices. Take a few minutes to sniff around our website and then call us to schedule an appointment at one of our convenient locations. We look forward to serving you and your pet. 

 


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Growing Puppy Nutrition and Exercise FAQ

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Lipomas (Fatty Lumps)

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Pet spay-neuter studies spotlight health risks, benefits

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Lick Granuloma

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Waiting Room Manners for Pets and Humans

We’ve all been frustrated by someone at the clinic waiting room who allows their pet to annoy others. Is it possible that at times we are the ones who unintenti ...

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Leptospirosis and Your Pet: A CDC Fact Sheet

This Centers for Disease Control & Prevention fact sheet is designed to assist pet owners in answering questions related to leptospirosis in pets.Infection ...

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