Park Place Veterinary Hospital

92 Old Homestead Highway
Keene, NH 03431



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Please take a look at the resources below! If there is something you’d like to add, please let us know! Thank you, and enjoy!




Park Place Veterinary Hospital recommends year-round flea and tick prevention for both dogs and cats.

Our flea prevention products are doctor recommended and manufacturer guaranteed so you can be confident in your purchase. Using these products year-round is the best way to prevent a flea infestation.

We also have a handy guide for all things FLEAS!  Click here to read it.

Products we carry:

Nexgard (oral tabs) for dogs

Simparica Trio for dogs (also prevents Heartworm disease and intestinal parasites)

Seresto (collar) for dogs and cats

Bravecto for cats – 3 month protection

Catego for cats - monthly protection

There are more choices at our online pharmacy, VetSource.


Selecting a product for your Pet

Only buy products that are labeled for use on the age, weight, and species you will be using them on (dog, cat, etc.). Cats, in particular, are very sensitive to drugs and chemicals – be sure to read all labels carefully!

We do not recommend, and cannot guarantee, products sold at pet supply stores. Many of our clients have reported unreliable results from these products.

Whether you prefer to give your pet(s) chewables, topicals or a collar, there is something for everyone, and long-term protection is key as fleas can survive, and reproduce, through the winter months in your home.

Fleas have a complex, 4-stage life cycle. To stop the problem of flea infestation, pet owners must control the fleas on their pet and in their home, addressing all stages of the life cycle.


If your pet is missing in the Monadnock Region and you would like us to upload a lost pet listing on our website, please email it to us at

Include the following: Recent pet photo, pet name brief description, location, and date when last seen, and who to contact if the pet is found. Please state if your pet is microchipped or not.

We will also place a flyer on our entryway bulletin to help you locate your pet.

Owners with microchipped pets should also report their pet missing to the microchip registry.  Those pets who have been microchipped at Park Place Veterinary Hospital should defer to HomeAgain Microchip.

Additional missing pet information may be submitted by the owner to Craigslist in the lost and found section. Other online databases for missing pets may exist.

The list below will be updated as information is sent to us.  If your situation has changed and your pet returns home, please let us know so your lost pet listing may be removed.

We work with Granite State Dog Recovery on helping bring lost dogs home! Please click here to visit their website.


Pet Adoption

Monadnock Humane Society



Pet Food

Hill’s Pet Food

Purina Pet Food

Royal Canin


Pet Health

ASPCA article on ticks and Lyme Disease


Simparica Trio


Grief Hotlines and Information

Lap of Love

This is a great website that discusses hospice, euthanasia and grief.





Pet Insurance

Embrace Pet Insurance

Trupanion Pet Insurance


Line of Credit




HomeAgain Microchip


Animal Health, Medication, Therapies, Surgery, Behavior and Safety Articles

Veterinary Partners


Poison Hotline

Animal Poison Control


Reviews on Park Place Veterinary Hospital

Our Reviews on Superpages


Park Place Business Listings

PPVH on Yahoo

PPVH on Yellowpages

PPVH on Mapquest

PPVH on Angie’s List

PPVH on Superpages

Our pets are a part of the family.
Letting a pet go is always a difficult decision.
Park Place Veterinary Hospital is here to help you through it.  Some thoughts to help you reach that decision.
Are there more good days or bad days?
What are the things your pet has always loved to do? Are they doing them anymore? 

 We will try and help you assess your pets’ quality of life.
Euthanasia is a great gift; it is kind to be able to relieve suffering. 

The Process:

We strive to make the process comfortable and caring at this difficult time. We recognize that letting a pet go can be the kindest act.

Our goal, after you have made the decision to relieve your pet's suffering due to pain or when recovery is unlikely, is to make it as peaceful and calm as possible.  We will sedate your pet and then give an intravenous injection.  We encourage but do not require you to be present for the entire process. It is a peaceful time and we can answer all questions before, during and after.


Grief Support Groups

Lap of Love offers also have online support groups discussing Pet Loss.

Many loving pet parents feel alone when their beloved pet dies. Lap of Love is honored to walk with you in your grief journey and invites you to attend our free Pet Loss Support Group. The support group provides a safe, compassionate, and empathetic environment for those who want to listen, share, and celebrate the life of their treasured pet with others who are suffering a similar loss. Sessions are available several times throughout the week virtually via Zoom and are led by Lap of Love’s dedicated Pet Loss Support team. Anyone who has experienced the death of a pet is welcome to attend.

The groups will focus on healthy coping skills, grief reactions, and honoring the lives of your furry family member. If you are struggling with feeling alone in your grief journey, Lap of Love’s virtual Pet Loss Support Groups are here to help you.

In addition to these sessions, we also offer virtual support groups tailored specifically for those experiencing anticipatory grief and one focused on helping children work through pet loss and grief. Please click the link below to see the upcoming schedule for these sessions.

There is no charge for the support groups.


Pet Loss Hotlines:

Lap of Love (855) 955-5683

operated from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.


Cornell School of Veterinary Medicine: 607-218-7457

The Pet Loss Support Hotline is available via Google Voice to facilitate support Wednesdays from 7 - 9 p.m. EST, Saturdays from 12 - 2 p.m. EST and Sundays from 7 -9 p.m. EST. Google Voice will prompt you to enter your name before connecting, however to remain anonymous you can say “anonymous” or just enter your first name.

Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine: 508-839-7966

6-9pm EST Mon-Fri

24-hour Voicemail


Sometimes animals come to us requiring care but have unusual circumstances that may necessitate outside funding and at the discretion and consensus of our staff, the Helping Paws Fund is utilized. Helping Paws Fund is a fund managed by Park Place Veterinary Hospital.

Please help us care for animals in need by contributing to our Helping Paws Fund! Your contribution helps us provide veterinary care to animal victims of neglect or abuse, injured or abandoned animals found by Good Samaritans, and victims of unforeseen financial hardship.



The purpose of the Helping Paws Fund is to offset the costs of medical care provided by Park Place Veterinary Hospital for certain abandoned or qualified animals in need.


Funding sources:

In 2013, one of our long-time clients passed away.  His name was Eugene “Gene” “Bupp” Snow.  Instead of flowers, they asked that donations be made, in his memory, to the Helping Paws Fund at PPVH.  Through their thoughtfulness, generous contributions arrived from sources outside our regular client pool.

Contributions may be made by the general public directly to PPVH’s Helping Paws Fund (not tax deductible) OR they may be made to our hospital through the American Veterinary Medical Foundation’s (AVMF’s) Veterinary Care Charitable Fund (VCCF), which will provide each donor with a letter that may be used for tax-deduction 

(You can offer your contributions to our hospital directly by selecting Park Place Veterinary hospital in the drop-down menu, or to the "Greatest Needs Fund", which is a grant that can be applied for use by any participating animal hospital in the US.)


Thank you for your generosity!

Thanks to the Helping Paws Fund, PPVH has been able to rescue animals in need and help them find loving homes.