Veterinarians in the Danbury area are here for YOU!
Brookfield Animal Hospital is an AAHA accredited animal hospital proudly serving the Brookfield and Danbury, CT community. We are committed to quality veterinary care for our patients and individualized service for our clients. At Brookfield Animal Hospital, we pay attention to how pets feel and think. We earn their trust, minimize stress, take time, and devise treatment plans that are effective and affordable.
New Clients For Vet in Danbury, CT
Is Your Pet Getting Up There In Years? Our Animal Clinic In Danbury Can Help!
Watching your pet’s vitality and mobility slip away with age is hard. You worry that he or she may be sore from arthritis, or worse, harboring a hidden disease. We are committed to helping pets stay healthy and feeling great for as long as possible. We know how to safely treat arthritis in pets and we can catch disease at its earliest stages. Catching disease at its earliest stages, when pets are still feeling good, is the most effective and affordable time to provide treatment. Here’s how.
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I’m-a-scared. My Cat is Afraid of the Vet
A lot of pet owners dread putting their pet through the stress of a veterinary visit. We have developed ways to make cats and dogs feel more at ease at the veterinary office. Here’s how.
AAHA Animal Hospital in Danbury is accredited
Did someone just sneeze? No! That’s the acronym for America’s most respected veterinary organization, the American Animal Hospital Association. We are very proud to have earned certification as one of their accredited hospitals, providing veterinary care in the Brookfield, Danbury, Bethel, New Milford, New Fairfield and Newtown, CT areas. Read more on accreditation here.
Animal Emergency! Emergency Pet Clinic in My Area
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
We’ve Taken the Blah out of Blogs
Enjoy these humorous and interesting posts from our medical team!
White Nose Bat Syndrome is decimating the bat population of Connecticut and six of the eight species of bats that can be found in Connecticut are on the endangered species list because of the disease. Though there is no known cure, homeowners can help bats survive the epidemic by creating bat houses that may be less likely to foster the disease.
Veterinary experts (including those of us here at Brookfield) have pondered the ‘why does my dog eat grass’ question for years. Here are our four best guesses based on published research and our own observations. This article contains info on the fascinating topic of Zoopharmacognosy, the concept that animals instinctively know how to self medicate!
A veterinary professional explains why cats love tinsel and explores the fascinating instinctual drive of cats to kill and dogs to bark.
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.