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The Camden Hospital for Animals
6 Commercial Street
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: 207-236-2311
Email: camdenvet@gmail.com
Fax: 207-236-6446

At The Camden Hospital for Animals, we are dedicated to providing quality veterinary care for companion animals. We understand that your pet is a special member of your family and their wellness is important to you. Our friendly and knowledgeable support staff provides expert advise and the personal attention and care you both deserve. Proudly offering veterinary care in Mid-coast Maine since 1973, our expertise in veterinary medicine allows us to provide the best medical, surgical and diagnostic services available. By stressing preventative care and general wellness, we strive to improve and maintain the quality of life for our patients. Our state-of-the-art facility allows us to handle most medical and surgical cases efficiently and effectively while focusing on the individual needs of each patient. Our services include:

* Emergency Care-24/7 Emergency Coverage for our clients

* Wellness Exams and Preventative Care

* Digital X-Rays

* Acupuncture - Starting in 2010

* Radioiodine Therapy

* Laser and Orthopedic Surgery

* Ultrasound - Abdominal and Echocardiography

* Endoscopy

* Dental Cleanings

* Boarding of Dogs and Cats

In addition to our services we offer a wide range of special diet foods for dogs and cats as well as heartworm preventatives, flea/tick applications, and other supplies for your loved ones.

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The Camden Hospital for Animals Welcomes New Associate ...

The Camden Hospital for Animals is pleased to announce that Dr. Kristina Mainella will be joining our staff in August! Kristina and her two boys recently moved to Camden from Nobleboro. Dr. Mainella will be taking appointments 2 days a week. Dr. Contakos, Dr. Laurita and the staff at the Camden ...
Boarding for Your Pets

Every day people face the question of what to do with their pets when travel, illness, or family emergencies disrupt normal care. Some pet owners attempt to solve this problem by taking their pets with them, only to discover that hotel restrictions, travel-induced pet illness, and runaway pets ...
Nail Trimming for Your Pets

Nail trimming is an important part of a regular grooming routine. If your pet’s nails get too long, they can break, which is painful and sometimes results in infection. Long nails can also cause an irregular gait that leads to skeletal damage. Despite its importance, many people can’t or don’t ...
Top Foods for Your Pets

Feeding your dogs and cats high-quality food can increase their lifespan and help them avoid health problems in the future. While there are many high-quality pet food brands on the market, these foods get high points for unique additives and availability: Top Dog Foods: Royal Canin Royal ...
Why Should My Pet Have a Microchip and How Does It ...

Microchipping your pet involves implanting a chip with your contact information in your pet’s shoulder area. The chip can be read by scanner at most animal shelters and is an excellent way to reunite lost pets with their families—as long as you keep providing the chip company with updated ...
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