Appointments for Dr. Sobel to see your pet can be scheduled through your primary care vet and we can visit any practice in Vermont, New Hampshire or Massachusetts. Discuss this option with your family vet to see if this is right for you.
If you are a small animal practitioner and would like to schedule Dr. Sobel to visit your clinic to perform any of the services offered, please contact him directly via email or mobile phone. We can then discuss all of the particulars of the case and coordinate an appropriate time to bring our services to your hospital. Our mobile phone number is: 603.203.9780
In addition, Dr. Sobel sees patients and performs procedures at SAVES, located in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
SAVES (Small Animal Veterinary Emergency Services) is conveniently located just off exit 18 of I89 in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
The hospital is open and staffed by expertly trained veterinarians and technicians 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.
If you are a veterinarian coordinating a referral to be seen by Dr. Sobel, or a pet owner desiring an appointment with Dr. Sobel, please let the receptionist know to schedule the visit directly with Dr. Sobel.
SAVES can be reached 24 hours per day at (603) 306-0007.
More information about SAVES can be found here .
For patients in the United Kingdom, by special arrangement, Dr. Sobel will see patients at Elands Veterinary Clinic in Dunton Green, Seveoaks, Kent, south of London.
The direct line for the UK is (10732) 452333.
Dr. Sobel and his colleague Mr. Philip Lhermette provide the full range of ultrasound and endoscopic procedures to patients across England.
While we cannot provide medical advice over the phone specific to a pet that we have not seen, we will be happy to answer any questions you have about appointment scheduling, specific procedures and general enquiries.
Metropolitan Veterinary Consultants’ mailing address is:
Metropolitan Veterinary Consultants
Dr. David Sobel
65 Greensboro Road
Hanover, NH 03755 USA
We request that if you have medical records to send, that you please do so electronically.
If a fax is necessary please contact us.
If you have a medical emergency with your pet, please contact your primary care veterinarian or your closest veterinary referral emergency service for immediate medical care.