Whatever You May Need
In an emergency, it can be hard to know what to do and what to trust. There is so much information available on veterinary health, emergency signs and symptoms, and how to best care for your pet in an emergency that knowing what is what to do can be overwhelming—especially in a crisis.
At Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut, we want you to be confident in the research you do about your pet's condition and recovery. In an effort to ease your mind, we have compiled a list of links we think may be useful in and after an emergency situation.
In addition to our library of links, we also have a library that specializes in resources for those who have lost their pet.
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"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!"