CENTRAL HOSPITAL FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE
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Emergency clinic open and staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER:
Central Hospital For Veterinary Medicine relies on the highly trained specialists at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center. They remain on the leading edge of veterinary clinical toxicology. If your pet has accidentally ingested a foreign substance we will need to consult with poison control clinicians prior to beginning treatment. (There is a $65 charge for the service which they can bill directly to your credit card at the time of the call. A case number will be provided for our reference.)
FOR CATS STUCK IN TREES:
Vorio Tree Experts LLC – Brendon Vorio
Phone: (203) 305-4853
PET FOOD & PRODUCT RECALL INFORMATION
Central Hospital For Veterinary Medicine believes that pet insurance is an excellent option and can greatly enhance the care you provide your beloved companion. It has become increasingly popular. Having pet insurance can eliminate some of the stress that comes with needing to make a decision about your pet’s care by limiting the financial impact it may have on your family’s budget. Currently, all pet insurance plans are general reimbursement plans meaning you pay the hospital bill and the insurance company reimburses you once the claim is filed. We are always available to help you organize your claims.
- Pet Insurance Review has a comprehensive list of available plans that can help you find an option that works for you and your budget.
- Read pet insurance consumer reviews to find out what others are saying about insurance companies.
- To find out if pet insurance is the right choice for you Click Here.
LOCAL BOARDING FACILITIES
The Barking Lot, Hamden:
Best Friends Pet Care, Bethany:
The Crate Escape, Wallingford:
East Shore Veterinary Hospital, Branford:
Larkins Run, Durham:
Oronoque Kennel, Derby:
Shoreline Pet Lodge, Branford, CT:
Snowflake Pet Center, Milford:
Branford Dog Pound:
East Haven Animal Shelter:
Guilford Dog Pound:
Hamden Animal Control:
Milford Animal Control:
North Haven Animal Shelter:
Friends of New Haven Animal Shelter:
North Branford Animal Control:
North Haven Animal Shelter:
West Haven Animal Shelter:
Madison Animal Control:
Meriden Animal Control:
LOCAL RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS
Animal Haven, North Haven:
Forgotten Felines, Clinton:
New Haven Cat Project, North Haven:
Creature Kindness, Hamden:
Animals for Life, Middlebury:
Compassion Club, Branford:
Hope Alliance, East Haven:
Halfway Home Rescue, North Haven:
Valley Shore Animal Welfare League, Westbrook:
ANIMAL CARE LINKS & RESOURCES
ASPCA – Official site of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
American Animal Hospital Association– This is also a very good site. It has an excellent animal first aid section, a good kid’s page, and information on animal behavior. Check it out.
American Kennel Club (AKC) – everything about purebred dogs, buying puppies, registration, canine stores, dog competition, pedigree resources and more
American Veterinary Medical Association – This site has a great section on pet care as well as activities and information geared towards children
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Wildlife Division– This site has a list of wildlife rehabilitators in Connecticut, as well as information about wildlife and human/wildlife interaction.
Handicapped Pets – For elderly dogs, disabled dogs, injured pets and handicapped pets.
Humane Society – Official site of the Humane Society
Indoor Pet Initiative – Offers tips on urinary tract health for indoor cats and addresses the challenges cats face living indoors
Petfinders – Many local shelters and rescue organizations post available animals on this site. You can search for pets by location, type of pet, etc.
Pets and Parasites – a good site for companion animal parasite information
Pet Vacations – information on traveling with your pet
The Purr Project -a non-profit organization whose mission is to match cats that have been abused, abandoned and/or injured with safe homes. Its primary focus is to be a savior for those that would otherwise be euthanized because they have sometimes-serious medical conditions.
The Senior Dogs Project – Looking out for older dogs