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Due to increased fraud with online pet medications, we are no longer faxing prescriptions to online pharmacies. We apologize for the inconvenience, but can assure you that providing safe, effective, and fully-guaranteed medications is a top priority to us.

Please feel free to call us at (978) 453-1784 if you have questions. Thank you for your understanding and your continued trust in Linwood Animal Hospital!

There is a new tick-borne illness on the rise. The Powassan Virus (or POW) is a rare but very serious disease found in New England and the Great Lakes region of the United States. The POW virus is spread by the bite of an infected deer tick, the same tick responsible for the spread of Lyme disease.

Flea/tick prevention productsThere is no known test for the virus in animals. It is also unknown at this time if the disease affects pets as it does humans. Symptoms of this disease in humans may present itself as fever, vomiting, weakness, confusion, loss of coordination and seizures. This is why  prevention is so important – not only for your pets, but for you and your family as well! Remember that ticks can also hitch a ride in on your pets from the outdoors.

Call us at (978) 453-1784 if you have any questions or if you need help choosing the right tick prevention product for your pet.

The doctors and staff at Linwood Animal Hospital are excited to announce that our renovations are complete! We have an all new reception desk, exam rooms, flooring, and waiting room - including a cat-only waiting area. 

We look forward to providing our loyal clients with a more comfortable experience in our new facility, while also allowing our veterinarians and staff to provide more services and better care to our patients. 

dog tick diagramIt's such a treat when we get a warm winter here in New England, but unfortunately, ticks love it too! Without heavy snow cover, and the spring weather approaching, ticks are multiplying at an alarming rate.

Ticks can spread serious infectious diseases such as Lyme, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Anaplasmosis, Ehrlichiosis and Babesiosis, to pets and people. This season, be sure to protect your pets from these little monsters! The health of your pets and family depends on it. Learn more about the rise of ticks in New England here.

At Linwood Animal Hospital, we carry and recommend Vectra 3D for dogs and Frontline for cats. Both are flea/tick preventative topical oils which you apply to your pet once a month. We also carry Bravecto, an oral preventative for dogs which protects them for up to three months.

Pet star of the monthWouldn't it be great to see your pet featured as a Facebook "Star" for an entire month for all to see? Great news, now they can. Simply share your pet's photo with us on our Facebook page, and your pet could be Linwood's first Star of the Month!

How it works:

  • Share an adorable photo of your pet on our Facebook page
  • Spread the word-remind your friends, tell your family to vote, vote, vote for your pet!

The pet with the most likes will be displayed as Linwood's Facebook profile picture all month long! Hurry, the first "Star of the Month" will be announced on the first of every month. Any picture submitted from the second of the month until the last day of the month will be in the running to be next month's star!