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525 Boston Post Rd
Milford, CT 06460


(203) 874 - 1000

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Pet checkups

Teeth cleaning

Lab analysis



Pet baths and grooming




Milford Veterinary Services

General Information

  • Many animals don't always show outward symptoms of illness. Scheduling regular, routine physical exams help to catch problems early, often preventing bigger problems from developing.

  • Even if a problem has gone unnoticed, new treatments and medications are being discovered all the time to return patients to full health status.

  • We are all concerned about our pet's comfort and well being. Be an active partner in achieving the best health possible for your pet.

Caring ~ Prevention ~ Healing

We CARE for animals and the special people in their lives.

We work for the PREVENTION of disease

and the HEALING of illness.

The care, diagnosis, and treatment of your pet is our primary concern. It is our commitment to provide quality care throughout the life of your pet.

Our services and facilities are designed to assist in: routine preventative care for young, healthy pets, early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages, and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.

Whether you have a new puppy or kitten, or an older pet, Milford Veterinary Services will provide you with personalized attention and the latest, cutting-edge technologies in veterinary medicine and treatment.

A Few of Our Many Services:

  1. Complete Up-to-Date Medical and Surgical Facilities
  2. Day and Evening Office Appointments
  3. 24-hour Emergency Coverage (includes weekends and holidays)
  4. Senior Citizen Discounts
  5. Bathing and Grooming (Dogs and Cats)
  6. House Call Availability
  7. All Major Credit Cards and CareCredit Accepted

General Veterinary Advice:

  • How to achieve and maintain the best health possible for your pet.
  • Dietary Counseling: Guidance regarding pet nutrition and dangerous foods to avoid.
  • Behavioral Counseling: Correcting problems with excessive barking, chewing, spraying, scratching, house soiling and aggression.
  • How to care for your pets teeth and why dental good dental hygiene is so important.
  • How to avoid emergencies and what to do in the case of an emergency.


In case of emergency

  • The best way to avoid emergencies is to have regular scheduled checkups. Letting us get to know you and your pet will help us make suggestions to avoid unexpected health crises.
  • If your pet is showing any health concerns, please do not hesitate to call our office immediately so we can guide you as to the seriousness of these symptoms before bigger problems can develop.
  • In the case of sudden, unexpected emergencies call our office first so appropriate assistance can be offered.
    (203) 874-1000

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