A Little About Us
Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut is a referral emergency hospital open to the cats and dogs throughout the state of Connecticut. Our staff works in conjunction with your veterinarian to provide emergency services outside of normal business hours.
We are a privately owned and operated emergency veterinary hospital with strong roots in the Rocky Hill community and surrounding areas. Dr. Jason Haviar, DVM, and his staff have been providing emergency care for the pets of Rocky Hill, Connecticut, since 2005.
Our emergency services are an extension of Animal Hospital of Rocky Hill, which was founded by Dr. Haviar's father (Dr. David Haviar, DVM) in 1979. While we do share a facility with Animal Hospital of Rocky Hill, Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut is a separate practice with its own staff and billing.
If you would like to learn more about us, we invite you to explore the following pages:
- Veterinary staff—Meet our team of veterinarians and read about their background.
- Tour our facility—Take a virtual tour of Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut and see how our facility is equipped to handle emergency care.
We accept cash, Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover. We also accept CareCredit!
We know that an emergency can be as stressful time for both you and your pet. We are committed to making any emergency situation as worry-free as possible for you. And it is our goal to see your pet through his or her emergency and back to health and happiness.
"Thank you for all your kindness and all the attention you gave us. You are a wonderful and compassionate group of dedicated people."
"Dr. Jason Haviar and Sarah were wonderful. Thank you so much for helping Abby feel better!"
"The Animal ER techs helped me and Bailey through his seizure. Thank you."
"Dear Dr. Haviar...you helped us when another hospital could not. Cooper's leg is healing nicely!!!"
"To the staff of the Animal ER Hospital of Central CT...Smokey is recuperating after surgery. The rubber bands you took out of his stomach, don't seem to have slowed him down much. He's been hunting on my dresser for more!"