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Rockingham Emergency Veterinary Hospital

Rockingham Emergency Veterinary Hospital Quality, compassionate care for your pets when they need it most. REVH is a state-of-the art emergency veterinary hospital. We provide emergency medical and surgical care for dogs and cats.

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Happy Birthday Dr. Franson!
04/21/2022

Happy Birthday Dr. Franson!

Happy Birthday Ashley! We hope you have an amazing day!!
04/19/2022

Happy Birthday Ashley! We hope you have an amazing day!!

Please join us in welcoming Kevin to the REVH team! Kevin originally studied to become a physical therapist at Saint Jos...
04/19/2022

Please join us in welcoming Kevin to the REVH team!

Kevin originally studied to become a physical therapist at Saint Josephs college of Maine, but ended up changing his major to Biology. He worked at several Dog Daycares in the past, which led to an interest in Veterinary Medicine. He started out as a veterinary assistant, but eventually moved to emergency medicine and he has loved the rush ever since.

In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing soccer, going on hikes with his girlfriend and playing with their two dogs and cat.

We are so happy to have Kevin join us- Welcome!

Happy Easter from Norman and his many servants at REVH! ❤️
04/17/2022

Happy Easter from Norman and his many servants at REVH! ❤️

Easter and spring are approaching, and it is once again time to warn everyone about the dangers of lilies!Lilies are LET...
04/12/2022
Which Lilies Are Toxic to Pets?

Easter and spring are approaching, and it is once again time to warn everyone about the dangers of lilies!

Lilies are LETHAL to cats!!!

All parts of the lily, including leaves, pollen, flowers, etc are poisonous, and even a tiny amount will cause fatal kidney failure in a cat. Even if a cat sniffs a lily and gets pollen on his face or whiskers, they will groom off that pollen and that is enough to cause death.

If you have cats, DO NOT have lilies in your house. It is not worth the risk.

If your cat ingests, chews on, or comes in contact with pollen from a lily, seek veterinary care immediately.

See the article below for more information on which plants are true lilies.

There is a page called Poisons Help; Emergency Identification for Mushrooms and Plants. If your pet ingests a plant and you need to know if it is toxic, you can post pictures on this page and they will provide emergency identification (there must be confirmed ingestion to use this page).

https://www.aspca.org/news/which-lilies-are-toxic-pets

Lilies, in many forms, can be life-threatening to cats, but how can you figure out which to steer clear of? Well, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center has composed this list to keep you informed and your pets safe!

Happy Birthday Sam! Enjoy the Day!
04/05/2022

Happy Birthday Sam! Enjoy the Day!

Please help us wish Lauren a very Happy Birthday! Have a great day!
04/04/2022

Please help us wish Lauren a very Happy Birthday! Have a great day!

PSA: Parvovirus!In the last couple weeks, we have seen a dramatic increase in puppies with parvovirus (5 positive patien...
04/01/2022
Parvovirus Infection: Physical Illness and Treatment

PSA: Parvovirus!

In the last couple weeks, we have seen a dramatic increase in puppies with parvovirus (5 positive patients in the last 2 weeks).

“Parvo”, if untreated, is a deadly viral infection. It affects mostly unvaccinated or under-vaccinated puppies, and causes severe bloody diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, and low white blood cell count that can lead to secondary infections, sepsis, and death. Parvo is part of the core vaccines recommended for all puppies.

It is extremely contagious, has no specific cure (because it is a virus), and is survivable only with aggressive supportive care with hospitalization, IV fluids, anti nausea medications, and sometimes plasma transfusions and feeding tubes.

Parvo outbreaks occur when many young, poorly-vaccinated puppies are housed in crowded/ unsanitary locations, such as pet stores, puppy mills, and puppy transports.

Last week a puppy transport from down south brought puppies to MA and NH on behalf of a local rescue, and we are currently aware of at least 2 puppies on that transport who have parvo, which means many more on that same transport were exposed and likely infected.

PLEASE, if you adopt a puppy, make sure that all vaccines are given as recommended by your veterinarian, and DO NOT allow your puppy around other puppies until they are fully vaccinated.

If your puppy shows signs of diarrhea (especially containing blood), vomiting, lethargy, or inappetance please seek veterinary care immediately. If parvo is present, starting treatment as early as possible is critical. Survival rates are very high WITH APPROPRIATE TREATMENT. Without treatment, parvo is almost always fatal.

Please read https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=19239&id=4951460 for more information on this disease.

Treatment for parvoviral infection centers on supportive care. This means that the clinical problems that come up in the course of the infection are addressed individually with the goal of keeping the patient alive long enough for an immune response to generate. We do not have effective antiviral dr...

Angela is one of our amazing receptionists, please help us wish her a very Happy Birthday!
04/01/2022

Angela is one of our amazing receptionists, please help us wish her a very Happy Birthday!

Happy Gotcha Day/ 12-year work anniversary to Norman!Norman joined the REVH team 12 years ago today, and immediately too...
03/31/2022

Happy Gotcha Day/ 12-year work anniversary to Norman!

Norman joined the REVH team 12 years ago today, and immediately took over pretty much everything and everyone.

He donated blood many times during his tenure, but has been living a life of luxury, leisure, and treats since he retired from donating (and really anything remotely resembling work) 5 years ago.

We love our Sexy Norman!!!

Please help us with Dr. Morris a very happy birthday!
03/31/2022

Please help us with Dr. Morris a very happy birthday!

Happy Birthday Jenna, we hope you have the best day!
03/29/2022

Happy Birthday Jenna, we hope you have the best day!

Update for our clients:As COVID cases decline, we are slowly reducing our restrictions while still protecting the health...
03/28/2022

Update for our clients:

As COVID cases decline, we are slowly reducing our restrictions while still protecting the health of our staff. Effective immediately, REVH will now allow a maximum of 2 MASKED adults inside the hospital with each pet. We will continue to keep our doors locked in order to control entry into the building, so please call inside (603-870-9770) when you arrive at our hospital so we can escort you inside.

MASKS ARE STILL MANDATORY INSIDE THE BUILDING. This is not negotiable nor is it up for debate. All veterinary hospitals are short-staffed right now, and we are continuing to require clients to wear masks in order to protect the health of our staff. If we get sick, we can’t be there to help your pets!

If you are unable or unwilling to wear a mask, you CANNOT be inside the building, but we will still gladly provide curbside service as we have for the last 2 years. Any client who refuses to wear a mask around our staff once inside the building will be asked to leave.

We have posted this before, but unfortunately we need to post this again: ABUSE OF OUR STAFF WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. Belligerent behavior, swearing at staff members, calling staff names (twice in the last week a client has called a staff member a “nazi” for asking them to wear a mask), or any other abusive, disruptive, or aggressive behavior will result in denial of service and you will be asked to seek all future veterinary care elsewhere.

Please remember that all hospital policies (masks, financial, etc) are established by management, and the staff members caring for your beloved pets are only doing their jobs. They are skilled, caring, and intelligent professionals who love animals and save lives, and they deserve to be able to perform their jobs without abuse or verbal attacks. We understand that a pet emergency can be highly emotional and many clients are under immense stress, if not panic, but none of those are an excuse to berate the very people who are trying to help.

To the clients who have been kind, respectful of our protective measures, and patient with our increased caseload and wait times, we appreciate you more than you know!

03/23/2022
why we don't use certain over the counter flea meds on cats

******DO NOT USE OVER-THE-COUNTER FLEA AND TICK MEDICATION ON YOUR CAT!!!*******

The ingedients in these medications, even those labeled for use in cats, can be extremely toxic. Applying a product labeled for dogs to a cat CAN BE FATAL.

Last weekend a 4-year-old, otherwise healthy cat arrived at our hospital and tragically died before we even had a chance to start treating him, after his owner had applied a topical flea product purchased from the Dollar Store the night before. This was a devastating and COMPLETELY PREVENTABLE death.

Please only use safe, proven flea and tick products from a licensed veterinarian. Yes it will cost a little more than over-the-counter medication, but isn't it worth spending a little more if the alternative could kill your beloved pet, or at best require expensive hospitalization and treatment to save them?

The video below is a cat who was exposed to an OTC flea product labeled for dogs. The toxic ingredient causes uncontrollable muscle tremors which can lead to sezures, hyperthermia, and eventually multiple organ failure and death if left untreated.

If you suspect that one of these products was applied to your cat, or if your cat comes in contact with a dog who had one of these products recently applied, please IMMEDIATELY bathe your cat and wash off as much product as possible. If he or she shows any abnormal behavior or even the slightest muscle tremors, seek emergency veterinary care IMMEDIATELY.

It’s spring, and that means skunk season! This “recipe” is also on our website at https://www.revh-nh.com/skunk-recipe/
03/20/2022

It’s spring, and that means skunk season!

This “recipe” is also on our website at https://www.revh-nh.com/skunk-recipe/

This is a helpful recipe to have on hand while we go into the 1st day of Spring. Remember do not wet your pet 1st if they are sprayed with perfume by one of these special black & white friends.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! Even Norman is Irish today 🍀🍀🍀
03/17/2022

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!!

Even Norman is Irish today 🍀🍀🍀

Please help us wish Mackenzie a very Happy Birthday! We hope you have the best day!
03/14/2022

Please help us wish Mackenzie a very Happy Birthday! We hope you have the best day!

Happy Birthday Dr. Steigerwalt! We hope you have an amazing day.
03/09/2022

Happy Birthday Dr. Steigerwalt! We hope you have an amazing day.

Happy International Women’s Day!REVH is woman owned and managed, and we couldn’t be prouder of our hospital and the care...
03/08/2022

Happy International Women’s Day!

REVH is woman owned and managed, and we couldn’t be prouder of our hospital and the care we provide to our patients!

https://www.internationalwomensday.com/

Happy Birthday Becky! Enjoy the day and do something special for yourself!
03/08/2022

Happy Birthday Becky! Enjoy the day and do something special for yourself!

Please help us welcome Jordan to the REVH team! Jordan started working in veterinary medicine in 2005 as a Kennel and Re...
03/01/2022

Please help us welcome Jordan to the REVH team!

Jordan started working in veterinary medicine in 2005 as a Kennel and Receptionist Assistant. In 2011 Jordan attended Bel-Rea Veterinary Institute Denver CO and Graduated in 2013. She later would go on to pass the VTNE (Veterinary Technician National Exam) to become a Certified Veterinary Technician.

Jordan has over a decade of General Practice experience and has recently switched over to Emergency in 2021. Jordan joined the REVH team in January 2022 and looks forward to caring for your pets.

In her spare time, Jordan loves spending time with her husband, daughter, dogs and cats. Jordan also enjoys traveling and can be found baking delicious goodies in her kitchen.

Effective immediately, REVH is once again allowing clients inside with their pets. For the time being, in order to limit...
02/23/2022

Effective immediately, REVH is once again allowing clients inside with their pets.

For the time being, in order to limit the number of people in the building and protect the health of our staff as much as possible, we are allowing ONE client per patient inside the building.

All clients MUST wear a mask over their nose and mouth at all times when inside the building or interacting with our staff members.

We will continue to offer curbside service for anyone who declines to wear a mask or who requests to remain outside.

As always, belligerent, rude, threatening, or verbally abusive behavior will NOT be tolerated. Anyone who is abusive to our staff will be declined service and asked to leave the premises.

Our technicians do more than place IVs, perform diagnostics, monitor anesthesia, and run from hospitalized patient to ho...
02/23/2022

Our technicians do more than place IVs, perform diagnostics, monitor anesthesia, and run from hospitalized patient to hospitalized patient administering medications and checking vitals.

They also genuinely care about their patients and love them like their own ❤️

Happy Valentine’s Day! Extra kisses to all of our patients today ❤️❤️
02/14/2022

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Extra kisses to all of our patients today ❤️❤️

Address

3 Cobbetts Pond Rd
Windham, NH
03087

General information

Rockingham Emergency Veterinary Hospital, LLC (REVH) is a privately owned hospital founded in 2009. REVH is a fully-equipped and staffed, state-of-the-art emergency veterinary hospital located in Windham, New Hampshire, just 5 minutes from exit 3 off of Route 93. We are open and fully staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. While we are not affiliated with any general practice, we will communicate closely with your veterinarian to ensure that your pet receives excellent continuity of care. We also provide referrals to veterinary specialty hospitals when additional care may be needed. Our experienced and highly-trained staff provides caring, compassionate emergency medical and surgical care for your pet. We regularly treat cats, dogs, and exotic animals, including ferrets, hamsters, guinea pigs, other small animals, snakes, turtles and other reptiles, and birds. REVH offers digital radiography, in-house laboratory and pharmacy services, anesthesia and emergency surgery, and computerized medical records. We work closely with many of the veterinarians in the local area, providing emergency and off-hours coverage to the local area, including Windham, Salem, Pelham, Derry, Londonderry, Hudson, Manchester, Nashua, Merrimack, Hampstead, Atkinson, and Plaistow, NH, as well as Methuen, Lawrence, Haverhill and Dracut, MA.

Telephone

(603) 870-9770

Website

www.revh-nh.com

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Happy Birthday Dr. Franson!
Happy Birthday Ashley! We hope you have an amazing day!!
Please join us in welcoming Kevin to the REVH team! Kevin originally studied to become a physical therapist at Saint Josephs college of Maine, but ended up changing his major to Biology. He worked at several Dog Daycares in the past, which led to an interest in Veterinary Medicine. He started out as a veterinary assistant, but eventually moved to emergency medicine and he has loved the rush ever since. In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing soccer, going on hikes with his girlfriend and playing with their two dogs and cat. We are so happy to have Kevin join us- Welcome!
Happy Easter from Norman and his many servants at REVH! ❤️
Easter and spring are approaching, and it is once again time to warn everyone about the dangers of lilies! Lilies are LETHAL to cats!!! All parts of the lily, including leaves, pollen, flowers, etc are poisonous, and even a tiny amount will cause fatal kidney failure in a cat. Even if a cat sniffs a lily and gets pollen on his face or whiskers, they will groom off that pollen and that is enough to cause death. If you have cats, DO NOT have lilies in your house. It is not worth the risk. If your cat ingests, chews on, or comes in contact with pollen from a lily, seek veterinary care immediately. See the article below for more information on which plants are true lilies. There is a page called Poisons Help; Emergency Identification for Mushrooms and Plants. If your pet ingests a plant and you need to know if it is toxic, you can post pictures on this page and they will provide emergency identification (there must be confirmed ingestion to use this page). https://www.aspca.org/news/which-lilies-are-toxic-pets
Happy Birthday Sam! Enjoy the Day!
Please help us wish Lauren a very Happy Birthday! Have a great day!
PSA: Parvovirus! In the last couple weeks, we have seen a dramatic increase in puppies with parvovirus (5 positive patients in the last 2 weeks). “Parvo”, if untreated, is a deadly viral infection. It affects mostly unvaccinated or under-vaccinated puppies, and causes severe bloody diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, and low white blood cell count that can lead to secondary infections, sepsis, and death. Parvo is part of the core vaccines recommended for all puppies. It is extremely contagious, has no specific cure (because it is a virus), and is survivable only with aggressive supportive care with hospitalization, IV fluids, anti nausea medications, and sometimes plasma transfusions and feeding tubes. Parvo outbreaks occur when many young, poorly-vaccinated puppies are housed in crowded/ unsanitary locations, such as pet stores, puppy mills, and puppy transports. Last week a puppy transport from down south brought puppies to MA and NH on behalf of a local rescue, and we are currently aware of at least 2 puppies on that transport who have parvo, which means many more on that same transport were exposed and likely infected. PLEASE, if you adopt a puppy, make sure that all vaccines are given as recommended by your veterinarian, and DO NOT allow your puppy around other puppies until they are fully vaccinated. If your puppy shows signs of diarrhea (especially containing blood), vomiting, lethargy, or inappetance please seek veterinary care immediately. If parvo is present, starting treatment as early as possible is critical. Survival rates are very high WITH APPROPRIATE TREATMENT. Without treatment, parvo is almost always fatal. Please read https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=19239&id=4951460 for more information on this disease.
Angela is one of our amazing receptionists, please help us wish her a very Happy Birthday!
Happy Gotcha Day/ 12-year work anniversary to Norman! Norman joined the REVH team 12 years ago today, and immediately took over pretty much everything and everyone. He donated blood many times during his tenure, but has been living a life of luxury, leisure, and treats since he retired from donating (and really anything remotely resembling work) 5 years ago. We love our Sexy Norman!!!
Please help us with Dr. Morris a very happy birthday!
Happy Birthday Jenna, we hope you have the best day!