Pets are family, and we know how important it is for them to receive necessary
care when they need it. River Road Veterinary Hospital remains open and
committed to serving all pets in our community while keeping the safety
of our staff and clients a priority.
We are offering “curbside services” at our hospital. All communication regarding the exam, estimates, and diagnostic results will take place over the phone.
Here is what you can expect from our curbside services:
- When you arrive at our hospital, please stay in your car with your pet and call us at (978) 687-8400.
- If you are picking up a prescription or food, we will have you pay over the phone and then will bring your items out to you.
- If you are arriving for an appointment, when you call the hospital one of our staff will find out the nature of your pet’s needs and will let you know the plan to bring your pet into the building while you wait in the comfort of your car. The doctor will examine your pet inside and then will call you, create a treatment plan with you for your pet. At the end of your visit, we can take payment over the phone and bring your pet back out to you.
If it is after-hours and your pet is having an emergency, please contact Veterinary Emergency Center of Manchester, NH (603) 666-6677.
If you have any questions or if you are unsure whether your pet should be seen, please call our hospital – we are happy to help – (978) 687-8400.
A Team of Veterinarians and Staff That Are Dedicated to Your Pet’s Health and the Quality of Care They Deserve.
River Road Veterinary Hospital Is Happy to Take Care of All Your Pet Care Needs.
Dedicated to the Long-Term Health and Happiness of Pets of All Ages.
“These are caring and talented people who seem to genuinely love what they do, which for pet owners is the most comforting thing ever!”- Ann Marie G.
“The bottom line is that the staff at the River Road Veterinary Hospital is so caring, professional and respectful. I could not recommend them highly enough!”- Eric S.
“Gave us amazing care and was incredibly compassionate.”- Rebecca J.