New Weekend Hours!
In order to provide the highest level of care for our patients we are expanding our hours!
Saturday 8:00AM-5:30PM for Routine appointments
Sunday 8:00-12:00pm for Acute Care
Please call us today to make an appointment 860-399-6249
Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook is progressive state‐of‐the‐art veterinary medical hospital located in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. We now are open 7 days a week to provide ongoing care to our clients. Our team consists of highly trained and compassionate staff members who are dedicated to providing quality veterinary care and ensuring a lasting bond between you and your pet. We believe the road to your pet’s health is through preventative medicine and client education.
Please feel free to visit us and take a tour of our hospital and to meet our friendly and compassionate staff. We look forward to meeting you and your pet and serving all of your veterinary needs.
News & Events at AHOS
Dr. Fedorich and the staff of Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook would like to extend a warm welcome to our new associate Dr. Meghan Danby. She will be seeing appointments beginning Thursday May 24, 2012. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet our new doctor today!
Dr. Meghan Danby received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University, completed her clinical rotations in North Carolina, and then in 2008 began practicing veterinary medicine in Washington State. She is passionate about working up challenging internal medicine cases and rehabilitation/geriatric medicine as well as performing surgery.
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Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA)
Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook has added an exciting new surgical procedure for the treatment of crancial cruciate ligament tears in the dog. Cranial cruciate ligament injuries are the most common cause of orthopedic hind limb lameness seen in veterinary practice. Causes include genetic conformational abnormalities, obesity, athletic injury and chronic degenerative joint disease. Large breed dogs are more affected than small breed dogs. Developed by veterinarians in Europe, the TTA utilizes the quadriceps muscle and associated patella tendon to neutralize the forces previously stabilized by the cranial cruciate ligament. A bone-cutting procedure, the TTA requires specialized orthopedic equipment and titanium implants.
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Please contact our office if you have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment to have your pet vaccinated.
Canine Influenza Virus: Is my dog at risk?
Canine Influenza Virus (H3N8) is a highly contagious and growing problem that has now reached our area. Please click on the links below to find out more about the virus, if your pet is at risk, and how you can prevent it.
Fast Facts About Canine Influenza
CDC - Key Facts about Canine Influenza (Dog Flu)
Check out the new FDA Pet Health and Safety Widget on the site!
Get information about pet health and safety from the Center for Veterinary Medicine.
Pet Portal is here at AHOS
Now owners can access their pets history, schedule appointments, request prescriptions and more. Login to Pet Portal, to create your account and start managing your pets health today!
Is your pet a Senior?
If your pet is 7 years or older call and schedule a senior pet screening which includes a comprehensive exam, blood screening, and a urinalysis. To learn more about Senior Pet Wellness click here