Tilton Veterinary Hospital
Loving, compassionate care for your pet.
Welcome to Tilton Veterinary Hospital
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It's time to start treatment for flea and tick prevention.
Ticks will be out at the first sign of warm weather.
We offer topical treatments, Frontline, Advantage/Advantixx (dogs only), Nexgard (dogs only),
and 8 month protection with Seresto collars for dogs and cats.
Call about our multi-dose special pricing, and rebates.
Remember to treat your dog year round for heartworm....We sometimes see mosquitos in all months of the year. Also we recommend continued treatment for flea treatment if there are any possibility of fleas still in the home. Don't forget...Start treating early in the spring for fleas and ticks to avoid problems when the warm weather arrives.
Be sure to protect your dog against Lyme Disease. Lyme Disease is on the rise in New Hampshire. Every year we see more and more dogs that are positive on their heartworm/tick disease test. Lyme can cause lameness, swollen joints, loss of appetite and fever in your dog. Please use a tick deterrent product, test each year for infection, vaccinate, and watch carefully for any sign of Lyme Disease in your dog AND YOU!
Starting March 21st we will be open every Tuesday!
We are also welcoming a new Associate, Dr. Ann Bruce to
the Tilton Veterinary Hospital family!
It's that time of year again! Don't forget to get your dog's license by April 30th. Please check your dog's records to be sure he/she is current on the Rabies vaccine. It's also important to make sure your cats are current too. Call us if you need to check your pet's vaccination records.