Middlesex County Animal Hospital

Find Middlesex County Connecticut animal hospitals. Animal hospitals provide animal health services such as veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care.


Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook 21 Spencer Plain Road Old Saybrook CT 06475 860-399-6249


Clinton Veterinary Hospital 93 Old Post Road Clinton CT 06413 860-669-5721

Companion Animal Hospital 5 Kirby Road Cromwell CT 06416 860-632-7955

Deep River Animal Hospital 171 Winthrop Road Deep River CT 06417 860-526-8387

Durham Veterinary Hospital 178 Parmelee Hill Road Durham CT 06422 860-349-3485

Essex Veterinary Clinic 114 Westbrook Road Essex CT 06409 860-767-7976

Killingworth Animal Hospital 208 Connecticut 81 Killingworth CT 06419 860-663-3003

Middletown Veterinary Hospital 150 Berlin Street Middletown CT 06457 860-346-0837

Pieper-Olson Veterinary Hospital 730 Randolph Road Middletown CT 06457 860-347-1122

Portland Veterinary Hospital 455 Portland-Cobalt Road Portland CT 06480 860-342-3399

Powder Ridge Veterinary Hospital 375 Baileyville Road Middlefield CT 06455 860-349-9107

Saybrook Veterinary Hospital 807 Middlesex Turnpike Old Saybrook CT 06475 860-388-9681

Shoreline Animal Hospital 18 West Main Street Clinton CT 06413 860-669-9374

VCA Cromwell Animal Hospital 547 Main Street Cromwell CT 06416 860-635-1979

About Animal Hospitals

Are all Animal Hospitals accredited?

No. The guidelines developed by the AAHA are professional recommendations for standards of veterinary care. Accreditation involves sending teams of consultants to evaluate Animal Hospitals on their adherence to recommended standards. Animal Hospitals are not required to be accredited.

At what age should pets be spayed or neutered?

For dogs, the typical age for spaying or neutering is between six and nine months old. For cats, the usual range is between six and eight months. The procedures are frequently performed on younger cats and dogs, especially at shelters that fix animals prior to adoption.

What vaccines are recommended for dogs and cats?

The vaccination for rabies is usually first administered at around 12 weeks of age, and it requires periodic revaccination. Rabies vaccinations are required by law. Canine distemper, adenovirus type 2, parainfluenza, and parvovirus can be prevented using the 4-way DAPP vaccine. Feline distemper (a.k.a. panleukopenia), rhinotracheitis, calici, and chlamydia can be prevented by the 4-way FVRCP vaccine.