Shelburne Veterinary Hospital

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COVID-19 Update

Due to COVID-19 related restrictions, we are experiencing processing and shipping delays for some of our orders. We recommend placing your orders earlier than needed so that you do not run out of food or prescription medications.

ATTENTION: For the health and safety of our clients, patients and staff we have revised our policies and procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.CLICK HERE to learn more.


At Shelburne Veterinary Hospital, we believe in the importance of educating our clients about their pets’ health. From preventative care to the treatment of health issues that may arise, we ensure that our clients understand what is ailing their pet and what treatment options may be needed. Together we can make the best decisions for your pet’s well-being. Below are a few links we hope you’ll find helpful.

Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists (BEVS)(802) 863-2387
We recommend our clients call BEVS for emergency and after-hours care for their pets. We also refer clients to their team of specialists when more specialized care is needed.

Peak Veterinary Referral Center(802) 878-2022
We refer clients to the various specialists at Peak when more specialized care is needed for their pets.

Humane Society of Chittenden County(802) 862-0135

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department(802) 828-1000
We do not treat wildlife. If you find an injured animal, we recommend you contact the VT Fish & Wildlife Department. Wild animals may have rabies or other diseases. We recommend that you not touch the animal or intervene unless directed to do so by VT Fish & Wildlife staff.

Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators

Stay Safe From Blue-Green Algae!

In case you haven’t heard, Vermont is experiencing a blue-green algae bloom (or cyanobacteria) in many of its lakes. This can be scary, and knowing what to do is important if you find yourself in one of these areas.

Luckily, the state has created a blue-green algae tracker to help people stay aware of where these potentially harmful blooms are occurring. Click here for more info!