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Allenstown Animal Hospital Tour

Because it was built specifically as a hospital, Allenstown Animal Hospital has many qualities that make it superior to other animal care facilities converted from other uses. Take a look yourself below!

exterior of building

Allenstown Animal Hospital Tour


Designed by award-winning Boston architect Warren Freedenfeld, Allenstown Animal Hospital was constructed in two phases. Originally built as an out-patient clinic associated with another area hospital in 1984, Allenstown Animal Hospital’s design was awarded “Veterinary Clinic of the Year” by Veterinary Economics magazine. The addition of a surgery suite, radiology room, and kennel area was completed in 1994 when Dr. Watkins took over ownership.

Features such as an HVAC system that is separated into 3 specific use areas to isolate air-borne pathogens and odors are specific to our hospital because of the original idea for the building. Our flooring utilizes sanitary, seamless cove molding allowing for more thorough cleaning and elimination of unwanted bacteria. One of the first things many visitors comment on is that our hospital doesn’t have the “smell” usually associated with other animal hospitals. Many of our rooms take advantage of natural light sources and natural wood cabinetry, creating a calming effect for patients and a more enjoyable work environment for our veterinary staff.