Norwich Regional Animal Hospital

13 Fogg Farm Road
White River Junction, VT 05001

(802)296-2273

www.norwichanimal.com

Norwich Regional Animal Hospital Welcomes You! 

Norwich Regional Animal Hospital --NOAH to our friends-- is a full service veterinary hospital offering comprehensive medical exams, surgical and dental care and other veterinary clinic services.  We have extensive diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities including our digital radiology suite, digital dental radiology and oral surgery, general surgery suite and blood chemistry analysis.   From wellness exams to critical care, we are here for you. 

Our veterinarians and veterinary staff serves clients from Vermont: Norwich, White River Junction, Hartford, Thetford, Fairlee and New Hampshire: Hanover, Lebanon, West Lebanon, Lyme and Plainfield.

Please call 802.296.CARE to make an appointment for your pet.  We also welcome e-mail requests at norwichvet@gmail.com.

"Welcome to NOAH!" is our way of introducing you to our philosophy, capabilities, and place in our community, we hope you enjoy. "Welcome to NOAH!" can be easily printed for future reference or to share with a friend.

Stop in to tour our hospital and meet our staff, and bring your pet in for a treat!

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