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Pet Lost & Found
Lose or find a pet in or around Groton?
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If you have lost or found a pet, please fill out this form to create a listing on this page: http://www.thegrotonline.com/animals/pets-form/ .
09/22/14Toby, A Large Domestic Longhaired Cat, Is Missing From Jenkins Road
Toby, a medium-size gray domestic longhaired cat is missing from his home on Jenkins Road, the road leading to the Groton Fairgrounds.
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07/24/14Fuzzy, A Maine Coon Cat, Is
Fuzzy, a long haired brown tabby Maine coon cat has strayed from his home on Wharton Row.
07/09/14Lost Yorkie, Lily, on Stone Bridge Way
Lily, a four pound Yorkshire terrier, is lost. She is female, has short black and brown hair, is not wearing a collar, and is shy.
07/16/13Lost Cat: Dory, a Gray Female, Near Sandy Pond and Robin Hill Roads
Dory, a grey/white/tan (tortoiseshell) female, medium-size cat was last seen Tuesday, July 9 between Sandy Pond Road and Robin Hill Road.
09/26/12Lost: Romeo, a 7-year-old Cat, Last Seen Near Nashua Road in Groton
Romeo, a 7-year-old short hair Cat, is missing. White with black and gray markings on body and head. Black tail with gray stripes.
07/17/12Lost: Oscar, a 1-year-old Cat, Last Seen Near 523 Longley Road
Oscar, a 1-year-old Savannah cat, Last Seen Near 523 Longley Rd., is missing.
10/19/14Found Tabby-and-White Cat On Hollis Street
A 12-pound tabby-and-white long haired cat has been found on Hollis Street. It's friendly and has a white tip at the end of its tail.
06/17/13Found Cat(s) in Pepperell Road / Hill Road / Kemp Street Neighborhood
A female cat with double paws and a collar has been found in the .Pepperell Road / Hill Road / Kemp Street area.
05/12/12Found: A 1 Year Old Pug Dog Found Near Townsend Road
Found this morning (about 9:30 a.m. on (Townsend Road Map It) just before H&V Mill (Shirley side, towards W. Groton Center), a young female pug, fawn with some white.
04/24/12A 3-year-old Short Hair Cat Found Near Floyd Hill Road
A 3-year-old short hair cat, has been found on 04/24/2012 near Floyd Hill Road in Groton. Short haired cat, white with large round black spot on right side and big black "eyebrows." Short tail. Living wild, not caught. Not sure of age. Spotted on Martin's Pond Road and Floyd Hill Road.
04/22/12A 7-year-old Greyhound Mix Found Near Lost Lake Drive
A 7-year-old Greyhound Mix, has been found. Found female greyhoundm mix in Lost Lake Drive area. Has been sighted in area of Old Dunstable rd since 4/15/12. Fawn colored, with foreleg deformity. Had a blue collar and a piece of leash when picked up. please CALL the Groton Dog Officer (do NOT E-Mail) if this more »
03/07/12A Kitten Found Near Lowell Road
We found a kitten at our house near Lowell Road. It is a male tabby cat with light brown / tan-ish color with dark stripes. We fed the him, gave him water, and gave him a little shelter to sleep in. Call 978-407-5209 if it is your cat or you have any information on who's cat it is.
Pet Tips & Tricks From Groton Veterinary HospitalThis column of pet care information is provided by Dr. Susan Horowitz and the staff at the Groton Veterinary Hospital.
Pet Tips From Groton Vet Hospital
- Keep Pets Safe From Mosquitos
Date: September 12, 2012
Our pets are subject to mosquito-born diseases such as West Nile Virus and EEE, and the recommendations for pet protections are similar to people.
- Summertime Hazards for Pets
Date: July 29, 2012
Summer can be a dangerous season for your pets, so be sure to remember these tips when you and your pets are having fun -- or trying to recover -- from fun in the sun and warm temperatures.
- Mosquitoes Spread Heartworm; Time to Protect Your Pets
Date: April 17, 2012
Heartworm is transmitted by mosquitoes, so it's not hard to understand why Groton is a hot spot. Prevention is the key, even though it is a treatable disease. It is easy to prevent with a monthly treatment, but the medicine needs to be given every month. Mosquitoes are out when the temperature is 50 degrees, so this year is a good example of why to treat in the cold months.
- Ticks, ticks, ticks!
Date: March 7, 2012
Ticks are out all year long except the brown dog tick which hibernates in cold weather. All ticks are in a feeding frenzy spring and fall. Thanks to a mild winter, this yearâ€™s cycle is starting early. All pets that go outdoors should have flea/tick preventative treatments every 28 days. Make sure the medication contacts more »
- Dental Health
Date: February 8, 2012
February is Dental Health month. Dogs and cats have the same dental diseases that people do. Gingivitis, plaque and tartar are the main culprits. Bacteria can shower through your pet and cause problems with heart, kidney, liver, and other organs. Brushing is as important for our pets as ourselves and chewing kongs or rawhide is more »
- Dog Flu
Date: February 4, 2012
The New Year brings unwelcome news of an upper respiratory virus that mutated from horses to dogs. It is more serious than canine â€œkennel coughâ€ (bordatella) and can actually kill dogs. It is now being reported in Massachusetts. Dogs usually have a deep, moist cough, nasal discharge, run a fever and stop eating. Many dogs more »
- Feline and Canine Vaccination
Date: December 27, 2011
For the past 50 years, vaccinations have helped extend the lives of our pets by several years. However, in the past decade the veterinary community has come to realize that not all pets need all vaccines with the frequency previously thought. In cats and dogs, we have been decreasing the vaccine load in the past more »
- About Vaccinations
Date: December 27, 2011
What is the immune system? Why is it important? The immune system plays a pivotal role in maintaining your pet’s health. One of the most important functions of this highly complex system of specialized cells and molecules is to protect pets from disease and infection caused by foreign invadersâ€”viruses, bacteria and a host of other more »
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Critter Sightings in and around Groton
This map shows recent animal sightings in and around Groton.
Black markers are black bear; green are moose. Have you got your own sighting that you’d like to add?