Providing compassionate specialty care to pets in our Seacoast, NH community.
Established in New Hampshire in 2008, Port City Veterinary Referral Hospital is a 24-hour emergency/critical care and specialty veterinary hospital dedicated to providing compassionate medical care to dogs and cats. We understand that your pet is a part of your family, and we strive to treat you and your pet with the utmost empathy and respect for your relationship and bond. Port City is an Ethos Veterinary Health hospital.
Please take a moment to fill out and submit this client registration form in advance of your upcoming appointment. Thank you.Client Registration Form
Access your pet’s records in real time! View your pet’s medical record, vaccinations, prescriptions, medications and more. Set up your pet’s account today!Log in or Sign up
For Veterinarians: Submit referral forms, see updated medical summaries, lab results, discharge instructions, and medications prescribed in real time for our mutual patients.Submit a referral
Check back regularly for upcoming continuing education lectures for doctors and veterinary technicians. Keep your credentials current with RACE approved CE.Save Your Seat
Our medical team is equipped with advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools, but it is the training and human interaction of our team with your pet that makes all the difference.Our Team
There is so much more to Port City. We hope you’ll contact us for more information about employment opportunities.Apply today
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