Find Providence County Rhode Island animal hospitals. Animal hospitals provide animal health services such as veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care.
Belinski Animal Hospital 1177 Elmwood Avenue Providence RI 02907 401-461-0230
Cranston Animal Hospital 1119 Park Avenue Cranston RI 02910 401-943-0770
Ferguson Animal Hospital 215 High Service Avenue North Providence RI 02904 401-353-3352
Gansett Animal Hospital 167 Newport Avenue East Providence RI 02916 401-434-2751
Greenville Animal Hospital 24 Cedar Swamp Road Smithfield RI 02917 401-231-8120
Hoffman Animal Hospital 1338 Broad Street Providence RI 02905 401-941-7345
Johnston Animal Hospital 191 George Waterman Road Johnston RI 02919 401-232-0861
Lincoln Animal Hospital 207 Front Street Lincoln RI 02865 401-725-7387
North Smithfield Animal Hospital 21 Sayles Hill Road North Smithfield RI 02896 401-766-7608
Northern Rhode Island Animal Hospital 152 West School Street Woonsocket RI 02895 401-229-4339
Northern Rhode Island Animal Hospitals 152 School Street North Smithfield RI 02824 401-762-2400
Oaklawn Animal Hospital 655 Oaklawn Avenue Cranston RI 02920 401-943-0500
Oaklawn Animal Hospital 141 Hillside Avenue Providence RI 02906 888-418-9615
Providence River Animal Hospital 131 Point Street Providence RI 02903 401-274-7724
Riverside Animal Hospital 815 Willett Avenue East Providence RI 02915 401-433-2070
Scituate Animal Hospital 561 West Greenville Road Scituate RI 02857 401-647-3500
VCA Atwood Animal Hospital 342 Atwood Avenue Cranston RI 02920 401-942-7360
VCA Povar Animal Hospital 15 1st Street East Providence RI 02914 401-648-4562
No. The guidelines developed by the AAHA are professional recommendations for standards of veterinary care. Accreditation involves sending teams of consultants to evaluate Animal Hospitals on their adherence to recommended standards. Animal Hospitals are not required to be accredited.
For dogs, the typical age for spaying or neutering is between six and nine months old. For cats, the usual range is between six and eight months. The procedures are frequently performed on younger cats and dogs, especially at shelters that fix animals prior to adoption.
The vaccination for rabies is usually first administered at around 12 weeks of age, and it requires periodic revaccination. Rabies vaccinations are required by law. Canine distemper, adenovirus type 2, parainfluenza, and parvovirus can be prevented using the 4-way DAPP vaccine. Feline distemper (a.k.a. panleukopenia), rhinotracheitis, calici, and chlamydia can be prevented by the 4-way FVRCP vaccine.