Caring for your companion animals, Dairytown Veterinary Hospital provides a variety of preventative and diagnostic veterinarian services in the Sussex area. We proudly offer comprehensive, compassionate care from our state-of-the-art facility by providing annual health and wellness exams, vaccinations, nutritional advice, microchipping, and soft tissue, orthopedic and dental surgeries.
Our mobile unit visits your farm or stable to give your horses annual care and vaccinations. If your horse is experiencing any issues, our team will help find the source of the problem to get your horse back up and running. We welcome new patients and emergencies!
In conjunction with other veterinary hospitals in the Saint John area, Dairytown Veterinary Hospital offers 24-hour emergency services on a rotating basis. Our staff is friendly, knowledgeable and professionally accredited to provide proper animal care in a warm, welcoming environment.
Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are strongly encouraged for more routine services, including annual health exams and vaccinations. To schedule an appointment, please contact us today. We look forward to earning your trust and establishing a long-term relationship with both you and your pet.
Dedicated to Quick, Accurate Diagnoses
We at the Dairytown Veterinary Hospital are dedicated to providing our clients and their pets with the very best in veterinary care. Our hospitals are equipped with state-of-the-art dentistry, digital radiology, digital ultrasonography and in-house blood analyzers to provide quick, accurate diagnoses. We believe in being on the cutting edge for surgery and medicine.
We also believe in the old phrase “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Our routine vaccination appointments help to prevent treatable diseases and identify any health issues as early as possible for our pets. To schedule an appointment for your pet’s vaccinations or any of our other preventative or diagnostic services, please contact us!
We Love Animals
From guinea to farm pigs, we want to help keep your four-legged friend up and about.
Your Horse’s Well-being
Whether your horse has a rotting tooth or is expecting a new foal, get help from a trained veterinarian day or night.