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New England Animal Hospital - Waterville, Maine - Dr. Russell Danner
New England Animal Hospital has been serving the people of Central Maine for over 80 years. It is a small, family-owned business in Waterville that is dedicated to providing exceptional veterinary care to companion animals. Dr. Russell Danner, DVM, took over the practice in 2012 and has worked to better the practice through technology, communication, and education. The Hospital is also a dedicated member of the community, hosting fundraisers for area schools and providing care to animals at local shelters and non-profit rescues.
New England Animal Hospital sees a variety of animals, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, guinea pigs, ferrets, rabbits, rats, and mice. We focus on preventative pet care and maintaining the health of your pet from birth through adulthood and into old age. We provide thorough wellness examinations, vaccinations, surgical services, laboratory testing, X-Rays, boarding, monthly discounted specials, and client education. Dr. Danner is also available for after-hours emergencies. If you would like more information about New England Animal Hospital, please contact us today at (207) 873-4668 or by email at email@example.com.
"We strive to provide unsurpassed veterinary care in a compassionate, trustworthy, and educational atmosphere."
This Month's Special is Cat Spays & Neuters!
During the month of August, we are running a special on Cat Spays & Neuters. Females can be spayed for $230 and males can be neutered for $100. This price includes anesthesia, surgery, Rabies & Distemper vaccines, nail trim, pain medication, and suture removal.
Call today to schedule your appointment! (207) 873-4668
Lyme Disease is becoming more and more common in dogs. If you are interested in seeing how prevalent lyme diease is in your area, click here. Here are some ways to help prevent your pet from contracting this disease:
Make sure your pet is protected in the spring and summer months with a flea and tick control product like Frontline, Certifect, or Activyl.
Inspect your pet each time he or she comes inside from being outdoors. If you see a tick, remove it. Deer ticks need to be attached for 36-48 hours to transmit Lyme Disease.
Make sure your dog is up-to-date on his or her Lyme vaccine.
Test your dog every year to see if he or she has been exposed to Lyme Disease.
For more information on Lyme Disease and how to prevent it, click here or contact our office at (207) 873-4668.
New England Animal Hospital
2 Pleasant Street
Waterville, ME 04901
Phone: (207) 873-4668
Fax: (207) 877-9586
Dr. Danner is available for after hours emergencies.