Ipswich Animal Hospital

108 Newburyport Turnpike
Rowley, MA 01969




 Leaves are starting to turn and the air is becoming cooler and crisper. 
With the weather changing, there are a few things to keep in mind for your pet's safety.

  It seems like tick season never really ends and while you may think that with summer ending and the weather getting cooler you don't need to worry about ticks, you do.  Keep up on your pet's tick prevention!

FALL DECORATIONS:  While pumpkins, gourds, corn and hay are not highly toxic to dogs and cats mold can grow on these items used as decorations.  The mold can cause digestion discomfort, vomiting and diarrhea.

WHAT DO APPLES, MUMS AND LEAVES HAVE IN COMMON?:  Too much of any of these can cause dogs and cats intestinal distress.  Be cautious of your animals when they are outside this fall.  Do not allow them to eat any of these items from your gardens or from the ground.  

COVID 19 Information:  Our patients and clients are always our first priority and maintaining a clean and sanitary environment for everyone will remain our focus.  It has always been our practice to clean and sanitize the exam rooms after each patient.  The clinic is also cleaned and sanitized during the day, on a regular basis. 

If you are not comfortable coming in to the clinic with your pet.  Call us from your car and we will come out to get your dog or cat. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Covid-19, please call the clinic at 978-948-8189.