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    Well-Care, Diagnostics, Surgery, Dentistry, Behavior Counseling for your pets in Gorham, Maine.

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    Exotic Animal Vets

    Birds, Reptiles, Ferrets, Rabbits,

    Pocket Pets, Marsupials,

    Pet Farm Animals, & Fish

No matter what the surgical need of your pet, all patients are monitored by EKG. Our staff assesses pulse quality, blood oxygenation, and respiration. We perform routine pre-anesthetic testing (CBC and chemistry panel) and pain injections are standard. Your animal may receive fluid therapy through an IV catheter. A trained hospital/surgical technician will remain with your pet until they are fully awake, and you will receive a phone call after surgery. Our veterinarians are extremely conscientious about updating owners regarding their pets status. All surgeries are performed aseptically, antibiotics are rarely necessary.

Spay or Neuter: Patients admitted for spay are placed under general anesthesia for surgery and are hospitalized over night. They are provided with adequate pain management as well as the monitoring and treatments listed above. While sedated, we recommend an x-ray of your dog’s hips for evaluation of conformation. This will identify candidates for corrective procedures, and make owners aware of their dog’s potential for future problems with hip dysplasia.

Mass Removal: A variety of growths/masses can be removed from skin, eyelids, lips, etc. as needed. Owners may opt to send samples for pathological diagnosis. Monitoring and fluid therapy is as listed above.

Exploratory Surgery: Should it be deemed necessary, we offer exploratory surgery for the purpose of biopsies, foreign body removal, evaluation of internal organs, removal of certain cancers, and several other conditions. Monitoring and treatments are as listed above. Adequate pain and antibiotic medications are provided.

Dr. Linda Mulski, V.M.D.

Dr. Linda K. Mulski,V.M.D. graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1989. She had previously completed a combined Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Animal Science at the University of Connecticut as a University Scholar. She has had long term interests in exotic animal medicine, soft tissue surgery, behavior management of all pet species, and client communication. More recent interests include dressage training and competition (at low levels) on her thoroughbred “Gaius”. Dr. Mulski has appeared on local television (“Area Code 207” on channel 6), routinely talks to local schoolchildren about veterinary medicine as a career, and has lectured at the New Hampshire Community Technical College. She enjoys spending time with her family and their animals and tormenting her long suffering husband.

Thomas M. Niedermeyer, V.M.D.

Dr. Thomas M. Niedermeyer, V.M.D. graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 1989. He had previously completed a B.A. in Biochemistry with a minor in German, also at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining The Animal Hospital of South Gorham in fall of 2003, Dr. Niedermeyer managed and provided veterinary coverage for the Animal Emergency Clinic in Portland. He enjoys the wide variety of patients seen at our clinic and our long term association with clients. Fish medicine, chelonians, geese, sheep and goats are his particular interests. Dr. Niedermeyer and his family recently started showing and breeding dairy goats; they enjoy the milk and cheese. He is an avid gardener when his daughters leave him a little peace and quiet.

Get in touch

Animal Hospital of South Gorham

47 County Road Gorham, ME 04038

Call: 207-839-8158

Monday to Friday: 9 AM to 6 PM
Saturdays: 9 AM to Noon