Emergency cases are seen in the order of arrival, with the exceptions being made for life threatening problems. Every effort will be made to ensure your pet’s comfort and safety while awaiting treatment.

Download our Emergency First Aid PDF now! Always remember that any first-aid administered to your pet must be followed by immediate veterinary care!

For your convenience, here are links to our standard admission forms for routine procedures.  Take some quiet time to read them over  and print them at home to make admission into the hospital a little faster and a lot less stressful. 

• Dentistry Consent Form 
Surgical and Anesthetic Release Form 
• CPR Consent 
Conditions of Admission
Welcome Form

Below are some links with answers we think may be helpful.  If you don’t see what you’re looking for call us at 203-865-0878. We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding your pet’s stay with us. 

Frequently Asked Questions
What to Expect if Your Pet Is Hospitalized
A Basic Guide to Blood Tests
•  Directions to the Hospital

When your pet has an emergency, being prepared is very important. You can stay prepared for emergencies by putting together a first-aid kit.

  • Veterinarians phone number and emergency veterinary clinic’s phone number.
  • Gauze to wrap wounds or muzzle animal
  • Muzzle, a basket muzzle is the best option but a cloth muzzle will also work, (soft cloth, rope, necktie or nylon stocking) or use a towel to cover a small animal’s head. Do not use in case of vomiting
  • Nonstick bandages (i.e., Telfa pads) to protect wounds or control bleeding