We’re glad you’re here. Brookﬁeld Animal Hospital is a regional leader in pet health. Click through to find out more about YOUR dog or cat and how Brookfield can meet his or her specific needs.
Pet Health In Fairfield
In a survey conducted by the Connecticut Department of Health from 2005-2009, a surprising 8% of animals submitted for testing, were positive for rabies! Can you guess which animal had the highest rate of infections (hint: don’t use the picture for a clue 🙂
Additional Fairfield County News
Only if it comes as a garnish in a martini:) But most cats do find catnip ‘intoxicating’. Here’s why.
Funny Video Compilation
Pet owners have convinced their pets that brushing is enjoyable! Here is pet owner innovation at its best!
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Shelter Pet of the Month!
HOT SHOT was a stray who found his way to Animal Control, then to the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford. He is an older Chihuahua and his name suits him perfectly. Confident and friendly, he struts around the Shelter quite at home with cats, other dogs and people. A really nice little boy who would love to be in his new home.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thurs: 8:00am – 8:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 3:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 11:00 am*
*Only open for food and pre-ordered medications. Boarding patients may also be checked in and out.