Treating Your Pet Like Family
Welcome to Sandwich Animal Hospital, where you’ll find compassionate family veterinary care for large and small animals.
We specialize in prevention.
We believe that a healthy animal is a happy animal, which leads to a happy family. Whether your pet is a dog or cat that lives indoors or a horse or cow that’s on your farm, our veterinary practice can help keep your animal healthy.
Preventive Physical Care
We focus on preventive medicine to keep your animals healthy, no matter their size.
- Weight Management
- Early Intervention / Diagnoses
Preventive Dental Care
Pet check-ups at Sandwich Animal Hospital include regular preventative dental care.
- Teeth Cleaning
- Dental Radiology
Large Animal Care
Our Office or on Your Farm
Drs. Adrien and Casey have extensive experience in treating all sorts of livestock, such as cows, horses, sheep and goats. The offices of Sandwich Animal Hospital are located on a 30-acre farm, allowing plenty of room for a large animal trailer to unload. They do make farm calls within the local Lakes Region.
A visit to the vet doesn’t have to be traumatic. We invite you to get acquainted with us by visiting our office. There, you’ll find a serene, caring environment that is as cozy as your own back yard. Because our practice is part of our home, our hospitality takes the “hospital” part out and welcomes you with traditional care using the most modern equipment.
We want you and your pet to feel at home. Our mission is to get to know your family and for your family, especially your pet, to get to know us. That’s why regular visits for preventive care will reinforce our love and compassion for your pet.
Meet the Vets
Your veterinarians at Sandwich Animal Hospital are a combination of the seasoned and the contemporary, with Dr. Julie Dolan continuing in a part-time role, and new owners, Drs. Casey and Adrien Cloutier, bringing their experience in large and domestic animal care to the practice.
When the well-known regional veterinary practice, Sandwich Animal Hospital became available, Casey and Adrien realized they could fulfill their aspirations of owning their own practice. They pounced on the opportunity, and moved their family back home to New Hampshire from North Dakota.
The couple’s preventive care models are the foundation of their vision for the practice, no matter the size or breed.