HOURS & DIRECTIONS

Littleton Area Veterinary Emergency Service

Hours: 

Weekdays: 
5pm through 8am
Monday throughThursday

Weekends:
5pm Friday to 8am Monday

365 days of the year including holidays


Directions & Phone:

59 West Main Street
Littleton NH 03561

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Toll-Free: 855-265-5533
Phone: 603-444-5533
Fax: 603-444-5525 

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i131The Littleton Area Veterinary Emergency Services, CAVES, and VRCNH are committed to providing you excellent care for your pet at a reasonable cost.

As a premier veterinary emergency center in New Hampshire's North Country, our facility is staffed by highly-skilled veterinarians with expertise in veterinary emergency services, and very qualified certified technicians. Our equipment and technology is state-of-the-art and upgraded as technology gets better. Many treatments and procedures are complex and involve the attention of multiple skilled professionals. All of these advantages incur certain costs, over and above what a non-specialized animal hospital needs to invest.

Medical Fees and Treatment Plans

Every Patient is charged an emergency fee which covers the doctor's initial exam and patient assessment. We will then provide you with a treatment plan that includes the cost of diagnostics and treatments required for your pet's condition.

Emergency care can be very costly. These costs reflect the expense of maintaining state-of-the-art facility open 365 days of the year. If you have financial concerns, please let us know.

Payment for Services

The Littleton Area Veterinary Emergency Services accepts cash, check, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Care Credit.

Payment for services is expected at the time of discharge. Unfortunately we cannot offer payment agreements. We do however accept Care Credit, a medical credit card, that offers a number of interest free and extended payment options. You can apply for Care Credit online or by calling (800) 677-0718 or by clicking the link to the left.

Please note that a deposit will be required if your pet is hospitalized and for certain procedures and treatments.