Fax: (603) 225-0556
Every April, the greater Concord area population votes for their favorite service providers for the CAPPIES awards (Capital Area Peoples Preference). Once again, we were proud to be voted Best Vet in the CAPPIES. We are also honored to receive the "Pinnacle Award" for Small Business of the Year in 2016 by the Greater Concord Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Russell Animal Hospital has been trusted by the greater Concord community to provide outstanding, comprehensive veterinary care to pets and caring professional customer service to our pet owners for over 90 years. Our veterinary hospital has been continually accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association ( AAHA ) since 1942. Accreditation assures that your pet's care and the service you, the pet owner, receive are provided at the high standards required by the American Animal Hospital Association.
When you are unable to be home with your pet, the Russell Animal Hospital is also able to provide a home away from home with our comfortable kennel and boarding services.
Should you have concerns or questions about your pet's health, please feel free to contact us. One of our staff members will be happy to answer or direct your questions appropriately.
At Russell Animal Hospital PA, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
James Paine DVM/President
Russell Animal Hospital PA
286 B Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 224-2361
Fax: (603) 225-0556
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