We are now open 7 days a week for Emergency and Routine Appointments! Walk-ins and new clients accepted. If we are closed please click below for a list of Mill Pond approved Emergency Care Centers.
229 East Main St., Branford, CT 06405
Monday: 7 am-7 pm
Tuesday: 7 am-7 pm
Wednesday: 7 am-7 pm
Thursday: 7 am-7 pm
Friday: 7 am-7 pm
Saturday: 9 am-5 pm
Sunday: 9 am-5 pm
Fall is a great time of year for you and your dog to spend time outside. This year we are seeing acorns already starting to drop. Acorns can be very irritating to a dog's intestinal tract due to the fact they contain tannins. In large dogs a few may cause an upset stomach but in small dogs they can cause bloody diarrhea. Fall is also the time of year we see seasonal allergies in both cats and dogs. The oak leaves are falling and if we get rain the leaves may hold molds. Wiping your pet and their feet off with a damp towel after being outside will decrease the amount of allergens they carry in and are exposed to.
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A family had lost their puppy the friday night before Woofstock on the Branford Green event. A caring couple had tried to locate the owners but were unable. They brought the puppy to The Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter since it is a no kill shelter. The owners found out their puppy might be at The Branford Animal Shelter and headed to locate their baby. The shelter was closed since it was Woofstock Day on the green. The owners went to the green and the shelter staff soon reunited the puppy with its owners. Don and the veterinarians from Mill Pond Veterinary Hospital donated a microchip.The chip was implanted into the puppy, Casper, at the Woofstock event hoping this puppy will never be lost again.
Mill Pond Veterinary Hospital, P.C
229 E Main St.Branford CT 06405