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A. Little Vet Practice information 

Since 1997 A. Little Veterinary Clinic has evolved into a three doctor practice specializing in small animal medicine, wellness services and elective procedures. We are proud of the high standards of care our hospital has provided to our clients thus far and are committed to many more years of outstanding service.

Use our contact feature to email us with general questions, concerns, feedback or for those of you who are our current clients, contact us about prescription food order information and to make appointments online. Please note that this contact feature is not an emergency feature. Please contact our office directly if you have an emergency situation. Dr. Sharon Little, Dr. Sheryl Trivits, Dr. Christina Dayton and our staff look forward to hearing from you!

We proudly serve both Kent and Sussex Delaware with compassionate, caring veterinarian services. Contact us today to request an appointment!

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Buy 6 doses of Frontline Plus and get 2 free single doses of the same size! This offer is for a limited time only so stop in today to purchase your flea and tick medications and any other year round preventions you may need.


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All Creatures Veterinary Service

Dr. Christina Dayton will be a proprietor of All Creatures Veterinary Service, a subsidiary of A. Little Veterinary Clinic. To learn more, be sure to visit the All Creatures Veterinary Service section of our website or call (302) 258-8160.


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Fire Safety: Keeping your pets safe

Fire safety and awareness is not only important for your home, but also for protecting your pets during a fire or unexpected emergency. Here are some simple steps to create your evacuation plan:

  • Be sure that all SMOKE DETECTORS, have fresh batteries and are in working order.
  • Designate one family member to be responsible for EACH PET in case an evacuation is needed.
  • Alert Firefighters of the pets in your home! Use stickers on doors and windows indicating the number and kind of pets in your home. These stickers can be purchased at pet stores, humane societies and fire departments.

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