The Vermont Vets, established in 1986, provides a vast array of veterinary services for small animals of all types.
Dr. Sechrist, Dr. Tamburello, and Dr. Henderson provide small animal medical and surgical services, veterinary dentistry including digital dental radiography, general x-ray procedures, in house laboratory services. These services are provided with professionalism, and compassion for the pets of St. Johnsbury and beyond.
From Distemper to Rabies to Lyme, we offer a comprehensive range of vaccinations. Prevention is always preferable to treatment for these threats. Puppies and kittens need special attention to get their immunity levels up.
An extensive stock of medicine ensures that you need not wait, or drive to another location to get your pet feeling better soon.
Whether we are doing the lab work in-house or sending a sample away to an outside lab for analysis, you can be confident that we are taking care to facilitate your pet’s speediest recovery.
Hill's Prescription Diet
Need a special diet for your special friend? We carry many of the prescription foods in stock and are happy to order others for you.
Special Order Food
Let us know your special request and we will order it for you.
Surgery can be scary, but rest assured with our trained staff and up-to-date equipment, we provide a full range of surgical options.
Going to the dentist isn’t just scary for people! With years of animal care our staff knows how to soothe your pooch and hold a paw. Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions, and minor oral surgery.
Going to the vet isn’t always about fixing some current ailment. We provide a yearly physical to make sure everyone is Purrfect. Many clients find this the ideal time to take care of flea, tick, & heartworm prevention.
Worried about becoming separated from your kitten or dog? Micro-chips are a handy convenient way of finding a lost pet. The first thing an animal control officer or veterinarian who comes into in contact with a “found pet” will do is check to see if they have a microchip. A reunion can be only a phone call away. No worry about losing a tag if they shake off their collar!
Internal Medicine Consults
If you have an emergency outside of our regular business hours, we recommend that you contact one of the following emergency facility:
Littleton Area Veterinary Emergency Service
59 West Main Street
Littleton, NH 03561
Phone: (603) 444-5533