If you’re interested in getting your pet microchipped or want to talk about products available, please give us a call for more information or to set up an appointment.

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We Are Open 7 Days A Week!



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-4 pm

Sunday: 10 am- 5 pm


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Mill Pond Veterinary Hospital, P.C

229 E Main St.Branford CT 06405 





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. 

  • Routine Exams & Vaccinations 
  • Allergy Treatment
  • Senior Wellness Exams
  • Dental Exam & Dentistries
  • Castration and Spays
  • Laser Declaws
  • Plus many more...



​​​​​Festivals and Fireworks and Parades, Oh My!

​Summertime fun time is here, but remember that some summer activities we think are fun may be scary for our pets. Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe.  

If you’re going to an outdoor event:

-Make sure your pet is wearing a properly

 fitting collar with and ID tag in case he gets lost.

-Having your pet microchipped is an additional safeguard

 that can help identify your pet if he slips out of his collar. 

-Leash your pet to keep him safe and secure by your side.

 Even a well-behaved pet may run off if frightened. 

-Festivals and parades are full of tasty treats for us that

 may be harmful for our pets. Make sure your furry friend

 doesn’t do any sampling! 

We hope this helps you and your pet have fun in the summertime!


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If fireworks are part of the festivities:

-Know that many dogs and cats find loud noises       scary. Talk to us about options that will calm   your pet such as Sileo for dogs and Composure   Treats for cats and dogs. 

-If scared, an indoor cat may run out through an   open door. If your cat doesn’t wear a collar with   an ID tag, consider getting her microchipped.  

Dr. Kenton Moore, previous owner of Clinton Veterinary Hospital, has joined Mill Pond Veterinary Hospital to perform acupuncture and cold laser therapy. He performs acupuncture on patients for injuries, lameness, cancer, epilepsy, allergies, feline asthma and many other conditions. He recently was featured in the New Haven Register for assisting a Madison Square Garden Champion.  http://www.nhregister.com/20170225/retired-connecticut-veterinarian-back-in-the-game-with-acupuncture-therapy-for-pets

229 East Main St. 

Branford, CT 06405

Tel:203-488-5990   Fax:203-481-2825