1st) New Haven Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine
"New Haven Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine has won our poll seven years in a row. And their practice keeps on growing. This year, they've added incubators (donated by Yale-New Haven Hospital) for pets who are having breathing difficulties, and are awaiting a CT machine delivery. They've added a veterinary dermatologist, an internal medicine specialist, a behaviorist and a radiologist to the staff as well. “Our model is very much a human model,” says Hospital Director Ken Aldrich, “so if you go to your physician, you're not going to have surgery or X-rays or anything like that. But you're going to see your physician if you're sick, or you need vaccines — and then if you do get sick, and you do need to have X-rays or an ultrasound, then they send you to the hospital.” Aldrich adds that Central is expanding its physical facilities to include a wellness practice nearby to provide clients with ""better service.” The clinic will offer vaccinations and other routine and preventive care, thereby enabling the hospital to focus on the numerous referrals it receives from other veterinary practices, as well as continuing to deliver the best emergency veterinary care in the area."
843 State St.
2nd) Guilford Veterinary Hospital
81 Saw Mill Road
3rd) Ridgehill Animal Hospital
430 State St.