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43 Gilford East Drive, Unit 2, Gilford, NH 03249

(603) 524-8900

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Our Services

MacDonald Veterinary Services offers a wide range of services to meet the needs of your pet. We offer preventive care, medical services, surgery, and dental cleaning and treatments, and we’re dedicated to providing the best possible veterinary care as you share life’s journey with your pet!

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Our Veterinary Services

Preventive Services

Preventive services include, flea prevention and control, heartworm prevention, and tick prevention. 

Fleas can cause problems for pets ranging from minor to life-threatening. We can help keep these parasites away or help you get rid of them if they have already found their way inside. 

When mosquitoes bite, they can transmit heartworm disease and those heartworms can wreak havoc on your dog or cat. Treatment for heartworms is far more expensive than prevention. You can prevent heartworms by administering monthly heartworm prevention.

Ticks are becoming more and more prevalent in North America. These parasites are not just a nuisance, they can cause serious and sometimes deadly diseases such as Lyme disease and Ehrlichiosis. The best method for keeping ticks off your pet is by keeping your dog or cat on a tick preventative. 

Medical Services

If your pet needs medical assistance, you can feel confident turning to us. Our knowledgeable team and modern facilities are equipped to handle a wide variety of medical conditions. Because we can perform many diagnostic procedures in-house, we can often give you immediate answers and start treating your pet faster.

In some cases, your pet may require hospitalization and further diagnostic tests.

Please look at the more detailed descriptions of medical services we offer or call us to discuss your pet’s needs.

Wellness and Vaccinations

From our puppy and kitten wellness protocols to our senior wellness protocols, we want to keep your pets on the right path to a long and healthy life.

Puppies and Kittens should be scheduled as soon as possible to start their vaccines as he or she is susceptible to many serious but preventable diseases. There are also many intestinal parasites, such as roundworms, that can be transmitted to humans and are extremely common in young pets, and because of this we want to be sure to test and treat them for these intestinal parasites.

Adult pets should be seen on an annual basis to reassure you that he or she is healthy and can also help us detect hidden diseases or conditions early. Dogs and cats age far quicker than humans, so it is even more crucial for our companion pet to receive regular exams.

Senior status depends on your pet’s breed and size. Smaller dogs tend to live longer than larger dogs, and cats generally live longer than dogs. We can help determine what life stage your pet is in. As pets get older, they need more attention and special care. Our senior wellness protocol can help your pet remain fit and healthy as she or he ages and helps us catch any potential problems early when they’re easier to treat or manage. Regular veterinary exams can help your pet live longer, too!

Because you spend the most time with your pet, you are your pet’s expert, as well as his or her greatest advocate. Please let us know if you have noticed any physical or behavioral changes in our pet, as well as any other concerns you might have.

Dental Health

Pets are members of the family, and just like people, they need to see the dentist for routine care. That’s why more and more pet owners are turning to dental veterinary care. veterinarian who specializes in dental care can provide a comprehensive oral health exam, clean your pet’s teeth, and identify any potential problems. They can also recommend a dental hygiene plan to help keep your pet’s mouth healthy between visits. In addition, dental veterinarians can provide guidance on how to brush your pet’s teeth at home and what type of food and toys are best for oral health. With routine dental care, you can help your pet enjoy a lifetime of good oral health.

Spay and Neuter

Not only does spaying or neutering help to control the pet population, but it also has health benefits for your pet. For example, spaying helps to prevent uterine infections and cancer, while neutering helps to prevent testicular cancer. In addition, spaying and neutering can help to reduce undesirable behaviors such as roaming, spraying, and aggression. Ultimately, spaying or neutering is one of the best things you can do for your pet’s health and well-being.