You haven’t attended one of our pet seminars? Why not?
Meet other pet loving members of the community! Bring your dog if you like! (we’d invite you to bring your cat, but your cat might not like it). Children are welcome too. Often there is wine (softdrinks for the kids and other audience members that prefer an alternative to alcohol) and some healthy snack foods like fresh vegetables, fruits, light sandwiches and so forth. Ask questions! Learn! These seminars are great!
Drive Up Veterinary Care! Drive Up Veterinary Care Brookfield Animal Hospital The CT Post singled out Brookfield Animal Hospital for taking extra steps to keep clients and medical team safe during COVID-19. Fearful pet? Afraid of cost? No...
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.
A career working with animals in a vet office offers lots of opportunities for advancement, job fur-fillment, and fun with great people!
It’s not just dogs and cats that trot through our veterinary practice door. Some of our patients, slither, hop, and fly to us for care. Here is a short list of some of the most unusual creatures we have treated over the years.
Brookfield veterinarians evaluate 11 major areas of your pet’s body each time they do an exam. Care to look at your pet through a vet’s eyes? We’ve built a quiz that allows you to do just that!
There have been a lot of pets that have padded and pounced their way through the White House over they years. Do you remember their names? Take this quiz to test your Presidential pet knowledge!
Pet owners are dressing their furry friends up for all the major holidays and the routine days in between. Here’s a selection of get ups that really grabbed our eye.
Helen launched a thousand ships, but this puss has captivated millions!
Older cats are at significant risk for three diseases: kidney disease, hyperthyroidism, and diabetes. The great news is that all three illnesses respond well to treatment but you need to CATCH THEM EARLY. Brookfield Animal Hospital offers a blood screen that identifies any one of these diseases. Read on for more information on these and other old-age related illnesses, and then find out how you can get your cat safely and affordably screened for all of them!
Shelter euthanasia rates are down by a whopping 42% thanks to the great people who choose to adopt and to the use of microchips that reunite owners with lost pets. But the news got us to thinking: how much do we really know about our shelter system and...