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At Kennebunk Veterinary Hospital, we know what makes your pets special, and how important it is to have a veterinary team you can trust.
We have a high rate of long term clients.
Why do people keep coming back? Because we are:
We know our patients, their medical histories and their needs. We work closely with some of the country's best laboratories and specialists. And, most importantly, we partner with you and trust that you're the best person to make health decisions for your pet.
Don't take our word for it. Check out what our clients are saying on our Petsimonials page!
Just want it to be easy? We have lots of tools to support you -- and you're in control of which you use. Here are just a few:
Your pet's medical records online and an extensive pet health library
Want to see more? Go to our Patient Center
Making Visits Easier for Your Cat!
Studies show that cats don not get the same quality health care we give our dogs. Why? Because we, as the cat's staff, know our boss doesn&t like going to the vet. We are committed to making your cat's trip to KVH as pleasant as possible.
The first, and most important, step is changing your cat's opinion of the carrier. This video is 10 minutes long, and has lots of tips for making your carrier a place your cat feels safe and confident.
All the staff are friendly and patient and helpful. Dr. Shively is the BEST! She truly cares about the pets in her care and takes time to explain details the owners need to know, all with a lovely sense of humor.
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