We love our community and participating in its success.
In the past few years, Brookfield Animal Hospital has:
- Donated animal oxygen masks to Brookfield Ambulance
- Spearheaded donations for a bullet proof vest for our Brookfield k9 officer
- Took on the role as veterinary care provider for the Brookfield Police Department and its K9 officer
- Organize fundraising events for the New Milford Animal Welfare Society
- Donated more than 500 dollars to the AVMF (American Veterinary Medical Foundation) Fund. An organization that assists people in need with the costs of veterinary care for the animals in their lives.
- Helped local youth understand what it’s like to work in veterinary medicine through career days at Whisconier Middle School, Bethel Middle School and Brookfield High School. We also host interns from the EdAdvance and Capstone Project programs.
- Support local youth sports teams
- Provide our backing to the Brookfield Education Foundation
More detailed stories below of how Brookfield Animal Hospital attempts to pawsitively impact the people and pets of our town.
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