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Salem Animal Hospital

Salem Animal Hospital Full Service Pet Care - Convenient Hours - Friendly, Experienced Doctors and Staff! Salem Animal Hospital has been serving Salem and the surrounding communities since 1960.

Our veterinarians have established a reputation for high quality medicine, compassionate care, and forming a lasting bond with our patients, clients, and the community. Salem Animal Hospital will deliver an outstanding experience for both you and your pet.

Operating as usual

04/04/2022

Check out what the staff has to say about their favorite dog/cat breed!! 🐈🐕‍🦺
What’s yours?

04/01/2022

Scarlett would wish you a happy Friday, but she’s a little occupied snacking 😂😋

Please keep a close eye out for Daisy!
03/30/2022

Please keep a close eye out for Daisy!

Update: Daisy is back home.

Urgent Missing in Salem NH – “Daisy” is a female Yorkshire Terrier, black and gold, 4 years, 6 pounds. She is microchipped and friendly. Missing since 3/30/2022 from Hampshire Street and Sand Hill Road. Please share her flier and watch very carefully in Salem NH.
Call GSDR 24/7 at (855) 639-5678 if seen or found.

One dog helping another dog out! Tobi, a handsome golden retriever owned by our veterinary technician Lissa, bravely don...
03/28/2022

One dog helping another dog out!
Tobi, a handsome golden retriever owned by our veterinary technician Lissa, bravely donated his blood to help out a patient with a corneal ulcer!
Corneal ulcers in dogs and cats are known to be very painful. Some dogs’ eyelids can be nearly impossible to open because of the pain. Often we use autologous serum as treatment for corneal ulcers. 👁
To obtain autologous serum we take a blood sample from the patient or another dog or cat known to be healthy. 💉🩸
That blood sample is then centrifuged or spun to separate the blood cells from the liquid components of the blood. The resulting serum is then applied via syringe drops- two or three times each day until the lesion is healed.
What a good, brave boy, Tobi! ⭐️

#NationalPetPoisonPreventionWeekWhat is Xylitol?It is a sugar substitute found in many “sugar-free” products such as che...
03/25/2022

#NationalPetPoisonPreventionWeek
What is Xylitol?

It is a sugar substitute found in many “sugar-free” products such as chewing gum, mints, toothpaste, candy, vitamins, and even in some peanut butter! It is EXTREMELY toxic to dogs. 🍬🍭

Clinical signs of Xylitol poisoning may include: Vomiting, weakness, tremors, seizures, coma.

ALWAYS check the label for xylitol before giving your dog human food. Avoid keeping sugar-free products, or products that contain xylitol in the house. If your pet ingests xylitol, call the Animal Poison Control Center and bring them directly to the emergency vet.

#NationalPetPoisonWeek Another common poison case that is seen in vet med are pets that have gotten into rat poison or m...
03/24/2022

#NationalPetPoisonWeek Another common poison case that is seen in vet med are pets that have gotten into rat poison or mouse poison, also known as rodenticides! 🐀❌

Dogs/Cats often sniff out the bait, and/or often end up eating a rodent that has ingested poison.

When your pet eats rat bait, it is very important to be sure of what type of rat poison they have eaten. There are 3 common ingredients in rat poisons- each requiring different treatment, so knowing which type your pet got into is critical.

Rodenticides can either cause bleeding, seizures or kidney failure depending on the type that was ingested.
It is IMPORTANT to note that pets may not show immediate symptoms.

If you suspect your pet may have eaten rodenticide call your veterinarian OR head straight to the nearest veterinary emergency hospital. Gather all the information you can about the rat poison: take a picture of the packaging and ingredients list.

If you have pests at home, please look into pet-safe alternatives to rodenticides. It’s not worth the risk! 🪤

#vetmed #NationalPetPoisonWeek

#nationalpetpoisonweekLet’s talk about Lilies! 💐 They are beautiful plants, however they are highly toxic to your cat!! ...
03/23/2022

#nationalpetpoisonweek
Let’s talk about Lilies! 💐 They are beautiful plants, however they are highly toxic to your cat!!

ALL parts of the Lily plant are poisonous to your cat. If your cat ingests one or two leaves, or even a small amount of pollen while grooming her fur, they can suffer severe kidney failure.
Tiger lilies, day lilies, and Asiatic lilies are popular in many gardens, and bouquets.

Some signs of Lily toxicity include vomiting, lethargy, excessive thirst. As symptoms worsen some cats will experience drooling, disorientation, and seizures.

If your kitty friend ingests parts of a Lily, please call your veterinarian or Animal Posion Control Center immediately!

Better yet, keep them out of your house and don’t gift them to cat households.🙅🏽‍♀️

☢️It’s National Poison Prevention Week!! ☢️This week we'll be sharing some ways to keep your pets safe and some informat...
03/22/2022

☢️It’s National Poison Prevention Week!! ☢️
This week we'll be sharing some ways to keep your pets safe and some information on what can be harmful to your fur babies. These were the 10 most common calls made to ASPCA Pet Poison Control Center 😲
Make sure to keep these common toxins stored away behind closed doors, and out of reach from those curious noses.
#nationalpetpoison #aspca #vetmed

Then and Now! Can you believe this is the same dog!? It’s amazing how much they grow in just one year. 😲😍
03/21/2022

Then and Now! Can you believe this is the same dog!? It’s amazing how much they grow in just one year. 😲😍

Everyone meet KEVIN! He just wanted to peep in and wish everyone a happy Monday! 🐹🐾
03/14/2022

Everyone meet KEVIN! He just wanted to peep in and wish everyone a happy Monday! 🐹🐾

First Visit Friday! Lots of cute lil faces lately 🐾😍 Welcome to SAH!
03/11/2022

First Visit Friday!
Lots of cute lil faces lately 🐾😍
Welcome to SAH!

We’ve got some exciting news to share with you all:Starting March 7th, we will be opening our doors and inviting our pet...
03/06/2022

We’ve got some exciting news to share with you all:

Starting March 7th, we will be opening our doors and inviting our pet parents back into the building! 🎉😸

Please be patient with us as we prepare the hospital to welcome you inside with your pet. Below are some of our new guidelines:

🐾 Our doors are open! Check-in will be done inside the building!! After you check-in, we ask that you please stay seated in the waiting area until your pet is called into the exam room.

🐾We are allowing 1 adult into the exam room and are requiring that a mask be worn inside the building at all times.

🐾We are still offering curbside appointments for those who feel more comfortable staying in their cars.

🐾Medication and food pick up will be done inside the hospital.

Thank you for your patience and understanding these past few years. Our staff is so excited to see you all again! 🤩

Super Cute Saturday! Welcome to SAH, we can’t wait to watch you all grow up! 🤩💕🐾
03/05/2022

Super Cute Saturday!
Welcome to SAH, we can’t wait to watch you all grow up! 🤩💕🐾

We will be closed briefly for a staff meeting today. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your patience! St...
03/04/2022

We will be closed briefly for a staff meeting today. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your patience!
Stay tuned 👀

Our logo wasn’t the only thing that changed…check out our new and improved sign!! 🤩What do you think? 🐱🐶
03/03/2022

Our logo wasn’t the only thing that changed…check out our new and improved sign!! 🤩
What do you think? 🐱🐶

We are extremely proud to announce that our Veterinary Assistant, Kiara, has been accepted into TWO vet schools for the ...
03/01/2022

We are extremely proud to announce that our Veterinary Assistant, Kiara, has been accepted into TWO vet schools for the upcoming school year!
Vet school applicants are plentiful, but acceptance is rare, with an average acceptance rate of 11.7%.
Kiara has worked hard for years to secure this position, and we couldn’t be anymore proud of this major accomplishment.
Congratulations future Dr. Kiara Muca, and hugs from your SAH family! ❤️🐾

Nicholas was such a star for his lil mani pedi. He was also a little obsessed with the nail trimmers 😂🧡
02/28/2022

Nicholas was such a star for his lil mani pedi. He was also a little obsessed with the nail trimmers 😂🧡

Hoppy Wednesday from Peter! 🐰We hope everyone is having a great day today!
02/23/2022

Hoppy Wednesday from Peter! 🐰
We hope everyone is having a great day today!

“This dog is still missing from Salem Nh.  Please just call if seen , do not approach or try to capture it.  Have you go...
02/20/2022

“This dog is still missing from Salem Nh. Please just call if seen , do not approach or try to capture it. Have you gotten this dog on your home security camera during the night? Possibly on the lake street area. 1-855-639-5678”

Urgent Missing in Salem NH – “Krismas” is a male German Shepherd, black and tan, 4 years, 80 pounds. He is wearing a blue collar with tag. Krismas may be afraid of strangers – Do Not Chase or Grab! Missing since 1/1/2022 from Wheeler Road and Bridge Street, but has been seen in a wide area of Salem NH. Please share his flier and watch carefully in Salem and the surrounding areas.
Call GSDR 24/7 at (855) 639-5678 with any sightings.

Memphis was one happy pup with the extra love and attention from Kiara, after getting his vaccines. He definitely knows ...
02/17/2022

Memphis was one happy pup with the extra love and attention from Kiara, after getting his vaccines.
He definitely knows how to work the camera! He is such a handsome boy! 🐾🤩

Happy Valentines Day! ❤️🐾❤️Show us your furry valentine 😻
02/14/2022

Happy Valentines Day! ❤️🐾❤️
Show us your furry valentine 😻

Thank you Mainely Veterinary Dentistry for coming in and taking the time to work with our Veterinary Technicians on dent...
02/11/2022

Thank you Mainely Veterinary Dentistry for coming in and taking the time to work with our Veterinary Technicians on dental radiographs! The team is excited to jump into their next dental with the techniques and tricks you have taught us! 🦷🪥
Thank you Boehringer Ingelheim for sponsoring the event.
#happydentalmonth #veterinarydental #petsneeddentalcaretoo

Happy Pet Dental Month! 🦷Oral health is just as important in animals as it is in humans. 🪥Regularly brushing your pet’s ...
02/09/2022

Happy Pet Dental Month!

🦷Oral health is just as important in animals as it is in humans.
🪥Regularly brushing your pet’s teeth is the most effective thing you can do to keep their teeth healthy!
🩺Early detection of your pet’s dental disease is vital. If left untreated, it will progress to chronic pain and inflammation.

Sal was such a brave little man for his exam with Dr. Caruso!! He got to snuggle with our vet tech Cassie afterwards. 😍💖
02/07/2022

Sal was such a brave little man for his exam with Dr. Caruso!!
He got to snuggle with our vet tech Cassie afterwards. 😍💖

First Visit Friday!!! Just a couple of cuties 😻❤️
02/04/2022

First Visit Friday!!!
Just a couple of cuties 😻❤️

Daisy was looking adorable and warm in her lil sheep cardigan. 🐑 We love seeing our patients come in all dressed up for ...
01/31/2022

Daisy was looking adorable and warm in her lil sheep cardigan. 🐑
We love seeing our patients come in all dressed up for their exams ❤️

For the safety of our clients and staff; we will be CLOSED tomorrow due to the snow storm coming our way❄️We will be ope...
01/28/2022

For the safety of our clients and staff;
we will be CLOSED tomorrow due to the snow storm coming our way❄️

We will be opened till 6:30pm tonight
Stay safe and warm! ⛄️🐾

Buddy and Cilva, our veterinary technician, were ready for the camera! Can anyone guess Buddy’s breed? 😻
01/26/2022

Buddy and Cilva, our veterinary technician, were ready for the camera! Can anyone guess Buddy’s breed? 😻

Our patients are so photogenic! Welcome to SAH 🐾🤩🐾
01/21/2022

Our patients are so photogenic! Welcome to SAH 🐾🤩🐾

Happy Wednesday!Katie, CVT snuck in some cuddles with Potato after his little mani-pedi appointment. He was one happy pi...
01/19/2022

Happy Wednesday!

Katie, CVT snuck in some cuddles with Potato after his little mani-pedi appointment. He was one happy piggie!
🐹🐾💖

Dr. Brito had her arms full with TWO Springer Spaniel puppies!! Double the cuteness 💖🐶
01/17/2022

Dr. Brito had her arms full with TWO Springer Spaniel puppies!! Double the cuteness 💖🐶

Snow, sleet, ice, and wind… there’s a lot to prepare for when it comes to winter weather. ❄️Now that temps are dropping,...
01/10/2022

Snow, sleet, ice, and wind… there’s a lot to prepare for when it comes to winter weather. ❄️
Now that temps are dropping, our furry friends need to take precaution! Just like we’re affected by the cold, our dogs are, too. 🥶🐕
Here are a few simple measures you can take to make sure your dog stays warm, happy, and healthy throughout the winter!

#petsafety #winter #vetmed

01/07/2022

Urgent Missing in Salem NH – “Krismas” is a male German Shepherd, black and tan, 4 years, 80 pounds. He is wearing a blue collar with tag. Krismas may be afraid of strangers – Do Not Chase or Grab! Missing since 1/1/2022 from Wheeler Road and Bridge Street, but has been seen in a wide area of Salem NH. Please share his flier and watch carefully in Salem and the surrounding areas.
Call GSDR 24/7 at (855) 639-5678 with any sightings.

Here’s some cute pictures to warm your day up today! ❄️☃️Welcome to SAH! ❤️**We try our very best to take everyone’s pic...
01/07/2022

Here’s some cute pictures to warm your day up today! ❄️☃️
Welcome to SAH! ❤️

**We try our very best to take everyone’s pictures during their visit. Sometimes with our busy schedule it may not happen. We still give them lots of hugs and kisses though. 🥰
Thank you for understanding!!**

Address

193 S Broadway
Salem, NH
03079

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Thursday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Friday 7:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday 8am - 2pm

Telephone

(603) 893-3565

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Check out what the staff has to say about their favorite dog/cat breed!! 🐈🐕‍🦺 What’s yours?
Scarlett would wish you a happy Friday, but she’s a little occupied snacking 😂😋
Please keep a close eye out for Daisy!
One dog helping another dog out! Tobi, a handsome golden retriever owned by our veterinary technician Lissa, bravely donated his blood to help out a patient with a corneal ulcer! Corneal ulcers in dogs and cats are known to be very painful. Some dogs’ eyelids can be nearly impossible to open because of the pain. Often we use autologous serum as treatment for corneal ulcers. 👁 To obtain autologous serum we take a blood sample from the patient or another dog or cat known to be healthy. 💉🩸 That blood sample is then centrifuged or spun to separate the blood cells from the liquid components of the blood. The resulting serum is then applied via syringe drops- two or three times each day until the lesion is healed. What a good, brave boy, Tobi! ⭐️
#NationalPetPoisonPreventionWeek What is Xylitol? It is a sugar substitute found in many “sugar-free” products such as chewing gum, mints, toothpaste, candy, vitamins, and even in some peanut butter! It is EXTREMELY toxic to dogs. 🍬🍭 Clinical signs of Xylitol poisoning may include: Vomiting, weakness, tremors, seizures, coma. ALWAYS check the label for xylitol before giving your dog human food. Avoid keeping sugar-free products, or products that contain xylitol in the house. If your pet ingests xylitol, call the Animal Poison Control Center and bring them directly to the emergency vet.
#NationalPetPoisonWeek Another common poison case that is seen in vet med are pets that have gotten into rat poison or mouse poison, also known as rodenticides! 🐀❌ Dogs/Cats often sniff out the bait, and/or often end up eating a rodent that has ingested poison. When your pet eats rat bait, it is very important to be sure of what type of rat poison they have eaten. There are 3 common ingredients in rat poisons- each requiring different treatment, so knowing which type your pet got into is critical. Rodenticides can either cause bleeding, seizures or kidney failure depending on the type that was ingested. It is IMPORTANT to note that pets may not show immediate symptoms. If you suspect your pet may have eaten rodenticide call your veterinarian OR head straight to the nearest veterinary emergency hospital. Gather all the information you can about the rat poison: take a picture of the packaging and ingredients list. If you have pests at home, please look into pet-safe alternatives to rodenticides. It’s not worth the risk! 🪤 #vetmed #NationalPetPoisonWeek
#nationalpetpoisonweek Let’s talk about Lilies! 💐 They are beautiful plants, however they are highly toxic to your cat!! ALL parts of the Lily plant are poisonous to your cat. If your cat ingests one or two leaves, or even a small amount of pollen while grooming her fur, they can suffer severe kidney failure. Tiger lilies, day lilies, and Asiatic lilies are popular in many gardens, and bouquets. Some signs of Lily toxicity include vomiting, lethargy, excessive thirst. As symptoms worsen some cats will experience drooling, disorientation, and seizures. If your kitty friend ingests parts of a Lily, please call your veterinarian or Animal Posion Control Center immediately! Better yet, keep them out of your house and don’t gift them to cat households.🙅🏽‍♀️
☢️It’s National Poison Prevention Week!! ☢️ This week we'll be sharing some ways to keep your pets safe and some information on what can be harmful to your fur babies. These were the 10 most common calls made to ASPCA Pet Poison Control Center 😲 Make sure to keep these common toxins stored away behind closed doors, and out of reach from those curious noses. #nationalpetpoison #aspca #vetmed
Then and Now! Can you believe this is the same dog!? It’s amazing how much they grow in just one year. 😲😍
Everyone meet KEVIN! He just wanted to peep in and wish everyone a happy Monday! 🐹🐾
First Visit Friday! Lots of cute lil faces lately 🐾😍 Welcome to SAH!
We’ve got some exciting news to share with you all: Starting March 7th, we will be opening our doors and inviting our pet parents back into the building! 🎉😸 Please be patient with us as we prepare the hospital to welcome you inside with your pet. Below are some of our new guidelines: 🐾 Our doors are open! Check-in will be done inside the building!! After you check-in, we ask that you please stay seated in the waiting area until your pet is called into the exam room. 🐾We are allowing 1 adult into the exam room and are requiring that a mask be worn inside the building at all times. 🐾We are still offering curbside appointments for those who feel more comfortable staying in their cars. 🐾Medication and food pick up will be done inside the hospital. Thank you for your patience and understanding these past few years. Our staff is so excited to see you all again! 🤩