Welcome To Wignall Animal Hospital
Your local veterinarian of choice in Dracut, MA.
Your pets are special to you, so it’s natural that you want them to share in the joys of the Holiday Season together
Holiday Food Sale!
For a limited time only, we are offering a holiday food promotion on all of our Pet Food Products.
Pet Adoption Month
Putting the spotlight on pets waiting for adoption helps to remind us all that the bond we have with our own pets is very special and that there are too many pets in our communities waiting for that special bond with a family of their own.
Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town…
Join us on Sunday, December 7th, from 12PM – 4PM, for the 20th Annual Santa Sunday. Proceeds to benefit Phinney’s Friends.
Wignall’s 37th Birthday!
It’s our 37th birthday in 2014 and you’re part of the celebration. Come in to the hospital and take home a special birthday hat treat for your dog or cat that week to mark the occasion, and try your luck at our Wignall Birthday Trivia Quiz and answer enough questions correctly to earn a birthday goody bag or prize!
Wignall Animal Hospital Unveils Therapeutic Laser
The addition of this technology is another step towards adding technological benefits once available only in human medicine.
Senior Pet Health
He’s been your companion and a part of the family for a long time, but now you see some changes. He’s less agile and not as attentive as he once was. It’s inevitable – our beloved pets are growing older. This means his needs are changing and he is dependent on you to help him stay healthy and comfortable; and it’s our job to help you.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Are you familiar with that expression? Well nowhere is it more evident than in medicine. In this era of social media and instant access, almost all pet owners are barraged with advice on how to avoid visits to the veterinarian to save money.
Have We Seen YOUR Cat Lately?
Feline advocacy groups are clamoring for life long care for cats. Are our feline friends really a neglected species? You might be surprised to learn that cats receive far less veterinary care than dogs.