“We Believe A Healthy Pet Is A Happy Pet”
Main Street Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary facility specializing in the health care of companion dogs, and cats. With the use of the latest techniques in veterinary medicine, our highly trained staff provides complete medical and surgical care for all your pets. Our philosophy is to work with our clients to keep their animals healthy, and we suggest regular preventive care, which avoids many potentially serious problems.
Should the need arise, we can offer the services of area specialists available to treat our patients. Procedures such as orthopedic, soft tissue injuries, ultrasonography, and endoscopy can be performed in the comfort of your pet’s own veterinary hospital. In her own office, Dr. Laura Levan can keep your pet’s teeth looking their whitest using advances techniques in dental care, such as root canals, capping, and crowning.
For most people, animals have become more like a member of the family rather than just a pet. In order to keep them as happy and healthy as possible, we recommend routine annual physical examinations and vaccinations. For those pets in their golden years, we recommend along with routine exams and vaccinations, annual geriatric work ups including bloodwork and other laboratory testing.
Main Street Animal Hospital is happy to offer clients different ways to pay for veterinary care, prescriptions, and special dietary needs. Payment in full is expected when services are rendered, either via cash, check, or credit card. We know that you want the very best for your pet for routine well visits and screenings, as well as sick visits, treatments, and surgeries. For any service, the following option of payment plans are always available to you.
Meet Our Team!
Dr. Christopher Martin
Chief of Staff
Dr. Christopher Martin received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Pre-Veterinary studies, with a minor in Equine Science from the University of Massachusetts, at Amherst. While attending UMass, Dr. Martin made the Dean’s List and was a successful competitor for the UMass Equestrian team.
He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. During his time at Mississippi State, Dr. Martin served as an Emergency Laboratory Technician, was elected Vice President of his class and received the Veterinary Colleague Award.
Dr. Martin is a Federally Accredited Veterinarian and an active member of the AVMA and New Hampshire VMA. As a general practitioner, Dr. Martin’s areas of special interest include lameness and dentistry. He also finds improving the quality of life for senior patients particularly rewarding.
Dr. Martin is an active member of the community. He speaks at local schools regarding careers in Veterinary Medicine. He enjoys mountain biking with his two sons, downhill skiing, hiking, and camping. His pets include “ Reggie” a Schnauzer mix, “Ollie” an orange tiger cat, a guinea pig, and a parakeet.
Dr. Karin Grambow
Associate Veterinarian, DVM
Dr. Karin Grambow received her B.S. degree in microbiology from Cornell University. While there she participated in a year long exchange program in Uppsala, Sweden where she attended classes and worked on a dairy farm.
Dr. Grambow earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota in 1994. She was active in the student AVMA and worked at the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
Since then, Dr. Grambow has practiced Veterinary Medicine in Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, enjoying a variety of New England regions while raising her two children along with her husband of over 20 years.
Dr. Grambow enjoys general practice, focusing on preventive medicine. In her free time, she bakes, knits and looks after her many pets including cats, rabbits and a very spoiled dog.