All Creatures Mobile Veterinary is based in Kingston, New Hampshire. Our location allows us to cover the following geographical areas:
- Southern New Hampshire Seacoast Region
- Southern New Hampshire Central Region
- Northeastern Massachusetts
All Creatures Mobile Veterinary treats dogs, cats, small mammals, birds, reptiles and small farm animals. We bring all the medical care and technology available at a traditional veterinary clinic to the comfortable, stress-free environment of your home. Whether your animal needs a basic annual exam and vaccines, Xrays, bloodwork or more intensive treatment, All Creatures Mobile Vet is there for you and your pet.
We also are proud to serve animal lovers in our communities through vaccine clinics and low-cost, public spay-neuter options. Please check our Events Page for a location near you!
Dr. Sarah Curry grew up on the north shore of Massachusetts, reading James Herriot and dreaming of becoming a veterinarian or a farmer. She received her undergraduate degree from Carleton College in Minnesota, then spent some time in the Midwest before moving to Australia to travel and take some classes. The journey ended five years later with the completion of her veterinary degree at the University of Melbourne in Victoria.
After returning to the United States in 2005, Dr. Curry first worked as a general practitioner and then as an emergency clinician. She started All Creatures Mobile Vet in 2012, with the purchase of the 30 foot mobile surgical unit. She enjoys being able to serve animal lovers in-their homes, as well as provide veterinary support to multiple animal rescue groups and shelters. Dr. curry has a particular love for sled dog medicine and has worked as a trail veterinarian in northern Maine, Minnesota and Montana
Our Veterinary practice:
All Creatures Mobile Veterinary Service is able to work with a wide variety of clients in the pet community through the unique nature of house-calls. We focus completely on our clients and their pets, providing high quality veterinary care in their home. This allows us to grow strong relationships with our clients and work with them to develop individualized treatment plans. Every animal is different, and each treatment plan should reflect an animal’s age, disease risk and current health status. An elderly dog that no longer goes to dog parks or in public requires different medical care than a young energetic, outgoing puppy. We can work with you, understanding your animal’s needs and environment, to do what is best for YOUR pet; not provide a standardized “cookie-cutter” approach to veterinary care than may not make sense for your pet.
We also provide much-needed veterinary care to local animal rescue services including health certificates, veterinary medicine and spay/neuter services.