Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook is progressive state‐of‐the‐art veterinary medical hospital located in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. 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.
Dr. Joseph Fedorich is the owner and full time veterinarian at The Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook. He received his Bachelors of Science in 1991 from the University of Connecticut. He graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. He then completed a small animal medical and surgical internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He was Staff Veterinarian at Cheshire Veterinary Hospital in Cheshire, Connecticut, a 24 hour emergency and surgical referral hospital before starting Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook in July 2000. His special interests are ultrasound, endoscopy, surgery, and internal medicine. He currently resides in Old Lyme, CT with his wife Traci and daughter Parker Grace, as well as his dogs Ortiz, Shannon, and Jordan and their cat Winston.
Megan hails from the Philadelphia area and comes to the Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook Inn & Spa with a vast array of education and experience. She has been a pet professional since 1988 and graduated from the world renowned New York School of Dog Grooming in Manhattan in the same year. She is nationally certified by the National Dog Groomers Association of America and has been since 1991. Over the last 20+ years Megan has owned and operated three successful pet related businesses, including a mobile dog grooming service, a grooming salon, and a specialty retail shop for dogs. Megan also has experience as a veterinary technician and is the Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook night nurse for overnight patients.
Educationally, she graduated from Centenary College with a B.A. in Psychology. She now wants to utilize that discipline to work towards a Master’s degree in Companion Animal Behavioral Analysis and Counseling. She states, that she “really wants to help animals with behavioral issues that might otherwise be euthanized.”
As one can see, Megan has devoted most of her life to caring for and loving animals. In her spare time she enjoys reading, with her pet cat, Raphael, in her lap, and is an avid sailor