Welcome to Northern Rhode Island Animal Hospital!  

 

Northern Rhode Island Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary practice that has been caring for small animals for over 25 years. Our hospital's primary goal is to provide you and your pets with access to the highest quality veterinary care from puppy and kittenhood all the way through to their senior years.

We offer wellness, problem, and emergency visits six days a week. We have a full in-house laboratory, digital radiography, and two surgical suites to accommodate all of your pet's medical, surgical, and dental needs.

Our staff prides themselves on compassionate care, open communication, client education, and exceptional service in a clean, safe, comfortable environment. Advanced tools, continued professional and staff training, and a close working relationship with local specialists allow us to offer the very best individualized health care plan for your pets.

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Forestdale and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos,  read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (401)762-2400 for all your pet health care needs. 

If you are traveling with your pet this summer, we encourage you to click here to read up on information about safe travel with your pets  

 

We are now carrying Nexgard, a beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks.Click here for more information about this product

  

 

 

   

nriah offers the VIN Client Information Library 

 

 

Below are some informative articles provided through Evetsites; these change daily, so please check back for new articles soon.  

 

 

Separation Anxiety

One out of every six dogs may suffer from canine separation anxiety.  These dogs panic and suffer from anxiety when left alone. Often these dogs behave perfectl ...

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Hairballs

"He's throwing up hairballs all the time. I'm tired of stepping on slimy hair." To the client, the problem is simple. But to the veterinarian, it's much more c ...

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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is caused by Rickettsia rickettsii. This intracellular parasite is transmitted to dogs through the bite of an infected tick ...

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I am Cat Furniture

As I sit here trying to type with one cat draped across both forearms, I've decided that being covered with cats is a concept worthy of consideration. Why do I ...

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