Prevention is the key to a longer, healthier life for all of us including our pets. The staff at Stonecliff Animal Clinic prides ourselves on providing our clients with the education and services to help all of our patients reach this goal. We have many programs designed to provide needed services for all ages of pets, with financial considerations in mind for the owner. Check out what we have to offer:

Please click to read our  Financial Policies page for important payment information.

Puppy and Kitten Wellness ProgramsStonecliff Animal Clinic of New Hampshire

The Puppy and Kitten Club was developed to help guide the new owner through the pediatric year. We follow the guidelines set forth by the American Animal Hospital Association for vaccination, deworming, microchipping, flea and tick prevention, and spay and neuter recommendations. Our doctors and technicians are available to help the owner with breed choices, house training tips, diet choices and anything else that clients may be confused about.

Adult Programs

Stonecliff Animal Clinic feels wellness care and preventative medicine is the key to helping our pets live long, healthy lives regardless of their age. A variety of factors affect how fast your pet will age, and many are under the owners control.

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Dental Health

Oral health maintenance starts from day one. We recommend that owners get their puppies and kittens use to having their mouths examined early in their lives. This helps make our job a little easier. Each year when your pet comes in for a physical exam, the doctor will examine the teeth for signs of injury or decay. Frequently pets need dental cleanings to remove built up tarter or an injured tooth. SAC provides all the dental care services your pet may need from ultrasonically cleaning and polishing, to extractions and diet recommendations. We also carry a full line of oral hygiene items to help the owner at home prevent early tooth loss.

Senior Pets

Did you know that the average dog and cat is considered a “Senior Citizen” somewhere between the ages of eight and ten? Many factors affect how fast your pet will age, large breeds typically faster then smaller breeds, hereditary factors related to certain breeds, diet, exercise level, etc. Due to advances in human and veterinary medicine, we along with our pets have a great opportunity to live longer, healthier lives.

But prevention is the key. The sooner a condition such as heart disease is discovered, the better chance it can be treated before irreversible damage has already occurred. People tend to be complainers when there not feeling well whereas we must rely on keen observation and diagnostic testing in order to discover early, many of our pets ailments.

Small dogs

9-13 years

Medium dogs

9-11.5 years

Large dogs

(51-90 lbs.)
7.5-10.5 years

Giant dogs

6-9 years

Most cats
8-10 years

3 years

2 years

Join our partnership for better health! Let us give your senior pet the greatest chance to live a long, healthy life. Ask your doctor about our program, and what other services the clinic has to offer your senior pet.

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Grief Counseling

Though it is not something any of us want to think about, we all get old. When the time comes to make difficult decisions to ease your friends suffering,, the staff at Stonecliff Animal Clinic are here to help in whatever way we can. Euthanasia is an option an owner has to help end suffering in a critically ill patient. We honor our clients decisions, and help guide them through education and emotional support. Our hospital was designed with a room that has more of the comforts of home, to help make this time easier on you and your pet. For the client that would like to not have to come to the clinic, we also perform home euthanasia. Our goal is to make this time as easy for you as possible, so please do not hesitate to ask if you have a special request during this difficult period.

For a list of Pet Loss resources, please visit our  Grieving page.

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Senior Citizens

Local senior citizens can take advantage of our “Take care of our Senior Citizens” Program. Any local seniors that have difficulty getting to the clinic due to bad weather or transportation difficulties can call the clinic to have their pet picked up and delivered back home. This service is free for local seniors to help make their life a little easier also. In addition, we offer a 10% discount to all senior citizens, even if you don’t need to take advantage of the pet pick-up service.

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Call (603) 448-2611 to make an appointment for your pet today.

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