Danville Animal Hospital proudly serves the Northeast Kingdom communities of Danville, St. Johnsbury Cabot, Walden, Plainfield, Marshfield, Barnet, Peacham, Groton, Hardwick, Greensboro, and Craftsbury.
The hospital is proudly owner-operated by Dr. Lisa Whitney who has over 15 years of experience in small animal medicine. Our goal is to provide you and your pet with a full service, state-of-the-art veterinary hospital where your pets health is our one and only priority. We also believe that sometimes alternative medicine can offer solutions to supplement modern medicine.
We strive to provide you and your pet with only the best veterinary medicine possible through high quality patient care, cutting edge diagnostics and exceptional service and communication.
The Danville Animal Hospital
Years In Practice
Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine
ServicesDanville Animal Hospital offers the following services for your pets
Acupuncture Comprehensive Physical Exam Dentistry Dermatology Emergency Assistance Endoscopy Inhouse Pharmacy Laboratory Services and Diagnostics Nutritional Counseling Pet Behavioral Counseling Pet Loss Support Preventative Medicine Vaccinations Heartworm Disease Fleas, Ticks and Parasites Microchipping Radiology Senior Cat and Dog Special Needs Senior Pet Care Exams Surgical Procedure Spay/Neuter Soft Tissue Wound Care
There aren't enough good things I can say about Dr. Whitney. My cat Iven has asthma and they always treat him so well. They gave him free acupuncture one day even. He always is a nervous car rider and usually goes to the bathroom in his cat carrier, and they always clean it up for us. I would never consider another vet around the area!
I can not say enough good about the Danville Animal Hospital. Not only are all the staff members, friendly and helpful; but they all go above and beyond!
I have nothing but good to say about Dr. Whitney. She has helped my dogs several times, as well as my families animals. You can tell she is different than most Veterinarians, as she practices Acupuncture and looks at other alternatives, if warranted. My dog was completely paralyzed. One vet said they could only perform surgery and most likely she would be in no better shape than she currently was. I brought her to Dr. Whitney and after 3 treatments, she was up and walking again! after a couple more maintainance treatments, she is like a puppy; running around, playing (She never played with toys a day in her life, before seeing Dr. Whitney), and acting like a puppy, rather than an older dog...
In short; if you have an animal and live nearby, bring it to this animal Hospital. You will forever be in her (Dr. Whitney) debt!
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