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Yalesville Veterinary Hospital
Call us at (203) 265-1646

Welcome to Yalesville Veterinary Hospital where being passionate about pets and people is our focus. We believe that every pet entrusted to our care is unique and special. To that end our team of doctors, technicians, receptionists, and specialists are dedicated to providing your very special furry friend with the most caring, compassionate and comprehensive care. At the same time we also strive to provide owners with the emotional support they need when their pet needs medical care. We provide diagnostic medical, surgical and holistic medicine services to address the needs of your pet. Since we are aware of the stress some pets go through we also offer house calls by one of our veterinarians and a veterinary nurse. Your beloved companion can relax in the comfort of his own home with you by his side while our team provides medical care.


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Our Locations

Office Hours

Main Office

Monday:

7:30am - 7:00pm

Tuesday:

7:30am - 8:30pm

Wednesday:

7:30am - 7:00pm

Thursday:

7:30am - 8:30pm

Friday:

7:30am - 7:00pm

Saturday:

8:00am - 4:00pm

Sunday:

8:00am - 4:00pm

Testimonials

  • "I cant tell in words how awesome the team at Yalesville Veterinary Hospital is.
    They took such good care of my dog. They called me with updated at least twice a day. Dr. Frank, made sure I understood everything he was explaining and Mind you this all happened mostly on the Weekend. Our Healthcare system should be half as efficient as Yalesville Vet. Thank you so much Joanne Charlottes mom"
    Joanne J.
  • "I have been with Yalesville Vet Hospital since they first opened.I have nothing but Praise for the Hospital ,,Dr's..Techs and all personnel! Today I took my dog Dante there ...he had to be put to sleep. Their kindness..respect and overall consideration for my dog and myself helped me to ease my pain.. and I will always be Thankful to all of them!!"
    Roxane B.

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