Brookfield Animal Hospital

329 Federal Road
Brookfield, CT 06804

(203)775-3679

www.brookfieldanimalhospital.com

Welcome to Brookfield Animal Hospital

Brookfield Animal Hospital 

Brookfield Animal Hospital is an AAHA accredited animal hospital, proudly serving the Brookfield, CT community. We are committed to quality veterinary care for our patients and compassionate service for our clients. At Brookfield Animal Hospital, we treat our patients the way you want them to be treated, with gentle, expert care. 

We are very proud to have earned certification as an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Accredited Hospital.  Thanks for visiting and we look forward to providing veterinary service for you in Brookfield, Bethel, New Milford, New Fairfield and Newtown, CT.

Brookfield Animal Hospital Veterinary Services

We provide a variety of veterinary services to Brookfield and surrounding communities, including the areas of New Milford and Danbury, CT. Our veterinary hospital services include:

Our Veterinary Hospital Hours

Monday - Thursday:
8:00am - 8:00pm

Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 3:00pm

Sunday: 9:00am - 11:00 am* 

*Summer Hours-No Appointments; Food and pre-ordered medications may be picked up and boarders may be checked in and out. 

 

 

In Case of An Emergency:

If you are experiencing a pet emergency during our normal business hours, please call us at (203)775-3679 immediately so we can prepare for your pet’s arrival.

If you are experiencing a pet emergency after our normal business hours, please call:

  • Newtown Veterinary Specialists at (203) 790-6383
  • Norwalk Emergency and Referral Hospital at (203)854-9960

 

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