Keeping pets healthy for more than 20 years.
York County Veterinary Hospital offers a variety of veterinary services and checkups in a warm, welcoming environment at our Arundel, ME, office.
Our number one priority is your pet’s health and wellbeing. That’s why we provide first-rate medical services while also going above and beyond to ensure your pet feels comfortable and loved.
Whether your furry friend needs a routine checkup, x-ray, prescription, surgery, or anything in between ﹣ we are equipped to care for all of your pet’s needs.
High quality medical services in York County.
Well Care Visits
Routine physical exams are important to prevent potential health problems for your cat or dog. A routine exam is where we catch any issues early on, and create a plan to prevent future issues.
During a well care visit, we check your pet’s vitals, provide necessary vaccinations, and make sure your pet is healthy overall. We can also prescribe necessary medications, and even conveniently fill them in our pharmacy.
Our office provides spay and neutering services for dogs and cats. We provide pets with anesthesia so they remain relaxed and comfortable.
We can discuss the best time to have your pet spayed or neutered, and we will educate you on the best ways to keep the recovery time as quick and painless as possible.
Sick Animal Care
If your pet is sick, we will see you as soon as possible. Our advanced diagnostic tools help us to determine the problem quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, our on-site pharmacy can fill prescriptions fast, so you don’t have to wait for medications. We also have an online pharmacy.
If you’re thinking about breeding animals, we can guide you in the right direction. We will inform and educate you on the best practices for humane breeding. Our goal is to make sure animals are safe and healthy throughout the breeding process.
Our office uses the PennHip Method: a noninvasive hip-screening tool that evaluates your dog’s risk of hip dysplasia, which is a condition that causes severe hip joint pain.
Once diagnosed, we can take proper measures to reduce the risk of dysplasia development.