Patient Care Resources
This is your one-stop resource center for everything you may need to find throughout our website.
Emergency Care Veterinarians
If there is a concern outside of our business hours, please reach out to your regular veterinarian. If your pet is experiencing an emergency, contact your regular veterinarian or any of the following 24-hour emergency hospitals:
- VCA Shoreline Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center (Shelton) 203-929-8600
- VCA Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center (Norwalk) 203-854-9960
- New Haven Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine 203-865-0878
Newtown Veterinary Specialists 203-270-8387
Post Operative Instructions
Following surgery, it's critical that you keep your pet calm and follow the post operative instructions.
Cat Body Condition
Learn more about your cat's weight
Dog Body Condition
Learn more about your dog's weight
Cat Post-Operative Information
Watch our post-operative video for helpful information on what to expect after surgery and learn how to best care for your cat.
Dog Post-Operative Information
Watch our post-operative video for helpful information on what to expect after surgery and learn how to best care for your dog.
Explore our reduced cost spay and neuter pricing and consider purchasing a discounted bundled package for additional services at even greater savings.
Helpful groups & information
Alley Cat Allies https://www.alleycat.org/
Humane Society of the United States https://www.humanesociety.org/
The Animal Population Control Program, administered by the Connecticut State Department of Agriculture (DOAG), provides families with financial support (voucher) for pet vaccinations and sterilization. Questions about the Low-Income Program can be directed to the Animal Population Control Program (APCP) by email at email@example.com or by calling 860-713-2507. https://portal.ct.gov/DOAG/Regulatory/Regulatory/Animal-Population-Control-Program