Learn About Our Wildlife Rehab Program
The doctors at Littleton Animal Hospital have recently become certified to rehabilitate wildlife!
Wildlife rehabilitation is the treatment and care of injured, orphaned, or sick wild animals with the purpose of releasing them back into their natural environments. We currently have a small program with a limited capacity but we are able to triage over the phone to help guide people to the best resources. We urge people to call us prior to intervening with any wild animal unless it is in imminent danger. A baby animal's best chance at survival is with its mother, so we may guide you through trying to reunite any potential orphans with their mothers before bringing them to a wildlife rehabilitator. Unfortunately, due to our size and facility restrictions we are unable to take certain species, including raccoons, skunks, bats, and large carnivores.
Free New Puppy & Kitten Exams
Littleton Animal Hospital is now offering FREE new puppy and kitten exams. *
Call us at 978-486-3101 for more information or to schedule your appointment. We look forward to meeting you and your new companion!
* The exam, itself, is free but any vaccines or additional procedures completed during the exam will be charged for.
Board Your Pet with Us during the Holidays
Planning on going away for the upcoming holidays? We believe both you and your pet should enjoy a relaxing vacation!
Littleton Animal Hospital offers boarding for cats, reptiles and exotic pets so that you can leave your pet in total comfort while you are away. Learn more about our pet boarding services, including amenities and requirements, here.
Call us today at (978) 486-3101 to book your pet's vacation. Quick - spots are filling fast!
New Veterinary Laser & Blood Lead Testing Equipment
Companion Cold Therapy Laser and Magellan LeadCare II Blood Lead Testing Equipment Advances Our Services
We are thrilled to share that Littleton Animal Hospital now has the Companion Cold Therapy Laser, which will allow us to perform advanced laser therapy treatments for our canine and feline patients. Our veterinary technicians are also taking continuing education courses leading to certification in laser therapy.
We are excited to offer this service, which is very beneficial for many inflammatory conditions. Laser therapy helps treat pets with chronic conditions, acute conditions, post-surgical pain and even weight loss. Learn about our laser therapy services for dogs and cats.
Lyme Disease Update
Lyme disease is highly prevalent in our area. It is caused by an organism called Borrelia burgdorferi, which is spread by the deer tick. We see many dogs with clinical signs of the disease and many more test positive for exposure to Lyme disease.