Veterinary Hospital Near Greenland

Veterinarians Near Greenland

Here at North Hampton Animal Hospital, we are very proud to offer our veterinary services to North Hampton, NH and the surrounding areas.

Our goal at North Hampton Animal Hospital is to offer the very best in veterinary care to our patients. We believe in continuing education and learning as much as possible so we can offer the highest quality and most up-to-date veterinary care. This holds true for our veterinarians and the rest of our staff. Our patients and their owners deserve to have the very best care when they walk through our doors.

We also want pets and owners to be comfortable in our office. There is nothing worse than going to the doctor and not being able to talk freely. Our veterinarians and staff are here to answer any questions you may have, no matter how silly they may seem.

Greenland Veterinary Services

  • Allergy Care
  • Dentistry
  • Exotic Animal Care
  • General Surgery
  • Laboratory
  • Micochipping
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Ophthalmic Surgery
  • Oral Surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Radiology
  • Vaccinations
  • Weight Management
  • Wellness Exams

Veterinary Office Near Greenland

One of the earliest settlements in the state, Greenland was a parish of Portsmouth (then called Strawbery Banke) operating in 1638. Captain Francis Champernowne moved from Strawbery Banke in 1640[3] and settled in the area of the present Portsmouth Country Club. Although it was originally to be called Canary, he would call his farm “Greenland”. His extensive landholdings included a farm which is now the town of Madbury, named for his ancestral home in Devon, England.

Residents requested and were granted a separate parish in 1706. In c. 1710, Captain Samuel Weeks constructed a substantial brick house, thought to be the oldest brick house in New Hampshire still standing. It survived the 1755 Cape Ann earthquake. Only the 18-inch thick (46 cm) beams that supported the structure were cracked during the quake. The Weeks House is denoted by a New Hampshire historical marker (number 113) along New Hampshire Route 33.