Lockridge Animal Hospital

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603-238-4163

1153 Hanover St

Manchester, NH

03104

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Mon 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Tue 08:00 AM-07:00 PM;Wed 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Thu 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Fri 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Sat 08:00 AM-11:00 AM
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My wife and I have been bringing our dogs to Lockridge Animal Hospital since before Drs McCammon and Richard took the practice over from Dr Lockridge himself in 1996. Over the years we've had appointments with all of the doctors on the hospital's letterhead; they and the rest of the staff have provided nothing less than excellent care, and not only on routine checkups. With 4 dogs we've been through 2 cases of liver cancer, an enlarged heart, a stroke, a bullet removal and a fairly advanced case of heartworm. With each illness they've done a good job of explaining what was involved and giving us their honest assessment of the risks, the costs and the likelihood of our dog coming out of it with a qood quality of life.

I can't comment on how the cost of treatment at their practice compares to other veteranarians because we haven't been anywhere else (except for emergency clinics when absolutely necessary). As expensive as some of the treatments have been, I think they were reasonable given the quality of the care. We've never been pressured to take one option over another, either - some decisions weren't easy, but they were our decisions and Lockridge supported them

Not to slight the other doctors, but shortly after we got Jack, our then 3-yr old Carolina dog, from New Orleans Dr McCammon nursed him through a gut-wrenching few months of heartworm treatment, consulting with doctors from southern states where it's more common to make sure he got the appropriate medicines. Jack is now 10 and a few summers ago he pretty much towed me to the top of Mt Kearsarge in the middle of the summer, wearing a backpack and carrying our water

We're happy to have a practice we trust, and can obviously recommend Lockridge without any reservation

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My wife and I have been bringing our dogs to Lockridge Animal Hospital since before Drs McCammon and Richard took the practice over from Dr Lockridge himself in 1996. Over the years we've had appointments with all of the doctors on the hospital's letterhead; they and the rest of the staff have provided nothing less than excellent care, and not only on routine checkups. With 4 dogs we've been through 2 cases of liver cancer, an enlarged heart, a stroke, a bullet removal and a fairly advanced case of heartworm. With each illness they've done a good job of explaining what was involved and giving us their honest assessment of the risks, the costs and the likelihood of our dog coming out of it with a qood quality of life.

I can't comment on how the cost of treatment at their practice compares to other veteranarians because we haven't been anywhere else (except for emergency clinics when absolutely necessary). As expensive as some of the treatments have been, I think they were reasonable given the quality of the care. We've never been pressured to take one option over another, either - some decisions weren't easy, but they were our decisions and Lockridge supported them

Not to slight the other doctors, but shortly after we got Jack, our then 3-yr old Carolina dog, from New Orleans Dr McCammon nursed him through a gut-wrenching few months of heartworm treatment, consulting with doctors from southern states where it's more common to make sure he got the appropriate medicines. Jack is now 10 and a few summers ago he pretty much towed me to the top of Mt Kearsarge in the middle of the summer, wearing a backpack and carrying our water

We're happy to have a practice we trust, and can obviously recommend Lockridge without any reservation

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I recently adopted two kittens (1 from a litter, the other a stray from FMAS) within a month of each other, and shortly after the stray arrived the litter kitten became very sick and lethargic. The emergency clinic wanted over $1000 for 24 hours' worth of care, just to monitor him and not even do bloodwork. Instead I took him to Lockridge, where Dr. Richards and the staff gave him all the attention, bloodwork, and vaccinations he needed for around $200 (since he was sick and a first-time patient, they let him stay overnight for free. FREE.). This team of doctors is the greatest I've seen in a long time and it's evident that they care a great deal about the pets they work with. Being a first-time pet owner on my own, I didn't know much about taking my cats to the vet and the proper order of vaccinations, etc. The doctors and receptionists were very knowledgeable and explained everything to me up front and in terms I could understand. I'd highly recommend them to anyone!

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I recently adopted two kittens (1 from a litter, the other a stray from FMAS) within a month of each other, and shortly after the stray arrived the litter kitten became very sick and lethargic. The emergency clinic wanted over $1000 for 24 hours' worth of care, just to monitor him and not even do bloodwork. Instead I took him to Lockridge, where Dr. Richards and the staff gave him all the attention, bloodwork, and vaccinations he needed for around $200 (since he was sick and a first-time patient, they let him stay overnight for free. FREE.). This team of doctors is the greatest I've seen in a long time and it's evident that they care a great deal about the pets they work with. Being a first-time pet owner on my own, I didn't know much about taking my cats to the vet and the proper order of vaccinations, etc. The doctors and receptionists were very knowledgeable and explained everything to me up front and in terms I could understand. I'd highly recommend them to anyone!

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Message from Lockridge Animal Hospital

As veterinarians, our work with animals is inspired by love and guided by knowledge. We strive to provide compassionate care that will enhance the quality of life and the longevity of all our patients. To ensure that we offer only our very best … we pledge a commitment to continuous improvement in all that we do. Expansion and advancement of our medical knowledge and skills. Personal growth and development. Constant enhancements and improvements to our facilities and equipment. Attention to the smallest of details that may be of critical importance to our patients and clients. We embrace a concern for all living creatures both human and animal. Therefore we will work with the pet owner and be mindful of their emotions and expectations. We will make every effort to exceed the expectations and desires of our clients. If successful, we will have shared and celebrated with the owner one of God's most wonderful gifts to mankind: the human/animal bond!

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