Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital

626 Saint George Road
South Thomaston, ME 04858

(207)354-0266

harborroadvet.com

WELCOME! 

Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility located on Route 131, just off Route 1, in South Thomaston, Maine.  We have been caring for pets in the midcoast, including Rockland, Thomaston, Camden (and beyond) since 1995.  We are always pleased to welcome new clients and patients. Please continue to explore our website, and feel free to contact us by phone or email to learn more about our practice and how we can serve the needs of you and your family pets.  



                       


   WINTER  
Be sure to continue to give your pets heartworm, flea and tick
preventatives throughout the winter months.
 

 

Did you know that Bravecto is now available for cats?

 

One topical dose kills fleas and ticks—and prevents flea infestations—for up to 12 weeks.

For more information, please click HERE

 

ARE YOUR DOGS "GARD" DOGS?

Smudge, Sunny and Snook are flea, tick and heartworm free because they've taken theirHeartgard and NexGard.

Please continue to protect all of your pets
with flea and tick preventatives
throughout the autumn months.

         


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