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The Fort Kent
Our team is committed to bringing you and your pets better health by offering quality veterinary medical and surgical services with a strong emphasis on wellness and preventive care. We cater to dogs and cats of all ages, including behavior and training consultations for puppies and kittens and a wide variety of senior workups, nutrition counseling and pain management options for older pets.
Located on Frenchville Road just outside of downtown Fort Kent, the Fort Kent Animal Hospital was founded by Dr. Christiana Yule in 2001
We are currently the northern-most animal hospital in the continental United States and provide easy access to veterinary care for clients from Allagash to Portage to Limestone in Maine. We are also very close to Edmunston, New Bruswick. Our facility is a full-service hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients and welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients, while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees.
We have a full in-house laboratory, digital x-ray services, and an isolation ward for the safety of your pets. Dr. Yule uses state-of-the-art surgical laser to increase comfort and speed healing for routine medical procedures. We have a 12 watt Class IV therapy laser to provide pain-free, drug-free, surgery-free treatment for a wide range of medical disorders. Our 2007 expansion has also allowed us to include grooming facilities and a wide selection of quality pet foods, nutritional supplements and pet supplies, so you can make one stop for all of your pet's needs.
The hospital is open for appointments during weekday business hours and some Saturdays for your convenience. We also offer drop-off appointments for busy individuals with difficult to accommodate schedules.
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It is our pleasure to serve you and meet your pets' needs.
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