Cheshire Animal Hospital was established in 1973. It was created according to standards set forth by the American Animal Hospital Association (A.A.H.A). Only 17% of animal hospitals in the United States are certified by this prestigious organization, which inspects members every three years to verify their continued adherence to strict protocols and procedures. We are very proud of our designation as an A.A.H.A. hospital and of our record of excellence in medicine.
Dr. Lee A. Pearson purchased Cheshire Animal Hospital in 1987, five years after Lee received his DVM from Kansas State University. Prior to purchasing the clinic, Dr. Pearson practiced both large and small animal medicine in Stowe, Vt. and Walpole, NH. After 12 years of large and small animal practice in Keene, he made the decision to focus 100% on small animal medicine in order to stay current with the latest advances in the veterinary field. Our doctors and staff attend continuing education programs throughout the year in order to stay on top of their professions.