Phone 603-529-4999
91 North Stark Highway
Weare, NH 03281
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Phone 603-529-4999
91 North Stark Highway
Weare, NH 03281
Email Us


Veterinary Services

Weare Animal Hospital offers a comprehensive, compassionate approach to veterinary medicine and surgery. Our veterinary services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young and healthy pets, early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages, and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.

Click here to watch Weare Animal Hospital videos and to see helpful tips and animal care information sheets about pets we treat.

We accept CareCredit to pay for pet health needs. CareCredit is endorsed by the American Animal Hospital Association and is widely accepted by veterinarians across the United States.

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Ultrasound and Digital X-Rays

We use the latest and most cost-effective diagnostic tools to view internal organs.

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We commonly use ultrasound, either by itself or in conjunction with x-rays, to help examine your pet’s internal organs. Using high frequency sound waves, internal organ structure is better visualized and helps determine the next steps in therapy. We routinely perform pregnancy ultrasounds, cardiac ultrasounds and find it extremely helpful in diagnosing foreign-body ingestions.


Our hospital is equipped with the latest digital x-ray capabilities. With this cost-effective diagnostic tool we are able to visualize important internal structures quickly. This is one of our most widely used medical tools, alongside our In-House Blood Analyzers.

Hospice and End of Life Care

We provide the best care for as long as your pet needs us. We are here for you.



Here at the Weare Animal Hospital we understand this is not an easy subject. However, we pride ourselves on our compassion and understanding of this difficult time and will try our best to accommodate you and your family's needs. Our goal is to provide the best care for your pet for as long as your pet needs us. We are here for you.

Knowing when it’s time to euthanize your pet is difficult, and different for every pet owner. If you’re considering your pet’s end of life care, this article and assessment may help.

Pain Management

Our staff and equipment are up to date in the latest to make your pet as comfortable as possible.

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Simply put, “Pain hurts,” and we want to minimize it for your pets. To achieve that goal, our staff and equipment are up to date in the latest that Veterinary medicine has to make your pet as comfortable as possible. Dr. Dutton earned a post-doctoral Master of Science degree in Veterinary Pain Management and became certified in Pain Management by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management.

Building on that, the rest of the staff receive continual education and experience on ways to best avoid, minimize, and control pain in pets.

We employ a variety of techniques including medications, cold laser, and physical therapy. Each plan is tailored to your pet and their specific needs.


This is an exciting new area for veterinary medicine and includes the use of adult pet stem cells and other tissue derived factors.

Stem Cell Therapy

Cutting edge therapy is now available at the Weare Animal Hospital for dogs with arthritis. Both Dr. Dutton and Dr. Peel are credentialed in Stem Cell Therapy by Vet-Stem. This exciting new therapy uses your own dog’s adult stem cells (derived from their fat) to promote your dog’s own healing processes. Currently it is approved for arthritis and certain autoimmune diseases.

The process consists of obtaining a fat sample from your dog under sterile conditions, having Vet-Stem process the sample to collect the adult stem cells, and then 2 days later after the original fat collection injecting the cells into the traumatized or affected area.

Brief Overview

Vet-Stem Regenerative Cell (VSRC) therapy has demonstrated successful therapeutic outcomes in horses with tendon and ligament injuries, fractures, and joint disease, it is now being used to treat arthritis in dogs. Since 2005, select clinics have treated dogs with arthritis and orthopedic soft tissue injuries.

Current canine orthopedic application: osteoarthritis and orthopedic soft tissue (tendon and ligament injuries).

Platelet Rich Plasma

The process consists of separating out platelets and other healing factors from your pet’s own blood, concentrating them, and then injecting them into the affected joint. Research has shown that many pets benefit although the exact method is still being actively researched.


Cold laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation. This stimulation helps to repair tissue faster. We have found cold laser to be as effective as acupuncture in many conditions.

Cold laser therapy treats the surface of the skin, while hot laser treatments affect deeper tissues.

Laser therapy can treat acute and chronic injuries, sprains and strains, arthritis, swelling due to disc problems of the back, and musculoskeletal abnormalities. It also helps to regenerate nerve tissue after surgery.


Hopkinton Animal Hospital offers  TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) Surgery on dogs who have torn their cranial cruciate ligament, also commonly referred a dog’s torn ACL. Weare Animal Hospital screens for a variety of bone and joint conditions, most commonly hip dysplasia, and performs numerous other orthopedic studies allowing for O.F.A. certification of your dog’s joints.

TPLO surgery for dogs with ACL tears and orthopedic screenings for bone/joint conditions.



TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) Surgery

TPLO has become one of the most popular orthopedic surgeries performed on dogs who have torn their cranial cruciate ligament, also commonly referred a dog’s torn ACL. TPLO is particularly successful in large breeds and those with advanced joint degeneration. Dr. Dutton, Board certified ABVP Canine and Feline Specialist, performs TPLO surgeries at our Hopkinton office. Click here for more details on TPLO Surgery at Hopkinton Animal Hospital.

Orthopedic Screenings

Dogs genetically are prone to a variety of bone and joint conditions. Hip dysplasia is the most common one encountered. A very sensitive, early test we can perform is PennHip x-rays. Dogs as young as sixteen weeks can be tested for hip dysplasia. If discovered this early, a simple preventive surgery by 20 weeks of age can dramatically reduce hip arthritis in the dog’s later years. In addition to PennHip, we also perform numerous other orthopedic studies allowing for O.F.A. certification of your dog’s joints.


Preventative and therapeutic surgeries, from routine to complex.



There are a number of preventive and therapeutic surgeries we perform. They can range from spays and castrations all the way to “cherry eye” repairs, torn anterior cruciate ligaments, and repair of medial luxating patella. We combine appropriate anesthesia protocols along with pain management to increase the comfort and safety of your pet here in our hospital.

We are also able to perform biopsies, tumor removals, intestinal resection and anastomosis, and eye entropion surgery along with others in our AAHA certified Hospital.

In-House Blood Analyzers

Giving us critical information in a time sensitive situation.



Having high tech blood analyzer equipment in our hospital provides us with critical information that may be needed in a time sensitive situation. This gives us up to date, real time results, which will help us diagnose and treat your pet much quicker than ever before.

We pride ourselves on having the most up to date diagnostic equipment availalbe. With this cost-effective diagnostic information at our fingertips, we are able to practice the best medicine at the best price for our clients and patients.

Video Otoscope

The video otoscope lets us determine the extent and cause of chronic ear infections in dogs.



We employ a variety of endoscopes to better visualize certain organs.

A very common use here at the Weare Animal Hospital is using the video otoscope to determine the extent and cause of chronic ear infections. Seventy-five percent of dogs with a chronic ear infection lasting more than six weeks have a torn ear drum or middle ear infection. By using the video otoscope, we can determine the type of infection and use the same instruments to help heal the middle ear and ear drum.

Pharmacy and Nutrition

We offer a wide range of pharmaceuticals and nutritional products at our hospital.

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For your convenience, we have a wide range of pharmaceuticals available on-site at our hospital. If there is something your pet needs that we don’t have, we also have our online pharmacy, operated by Vet’s First Choice, that you can access directly from the link below.


The Weare Animal Hospital is equipped with the proper nutritional needs for your pet. We carry a large range of prescription diets to best support your pet and their health. We are firm believers that diet plays a large part in keeping your pets healthy, and our team is dedicated and educated in helping you choose the right food for your pet.

Weare Animal Hospital has partnered with Hill’s, the pet food company that makes Hill’s Prescription Diet, Hill’s Science Diet, Hill’s Ideal Balance, and Hill’s Healthy Advantage. Join our program and get Hill’s pet foods for dogs and cats delivered to your home for free.