24 Hour Emergency Animal Hospital in Newtown, Connecticut
Newtown Veterinary Specialists provides compassionate, quality emergency, critical, and specialty care for your pet. When your pet is sick, hurt or uncomfortable because of a medical condition or injury, you want to soothe, fix or alleviate the pain. So do we.
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Our Emergency Room is Always Open!
Providing compassionate, lifesaving care to your pet in an emergency.
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Medical Veterinary Expertise
Boasting some of the world’s leading board-certified veterinary specialists, state-of-the-art technology and on-site diagnostic laboratory.
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24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Should your pet become suddenly ill or critically injured—and your family veterinarian isn’t available or recommends a specialist—our state-of-the-art facility offers highly trained veterinarians, leading-edge diagnostic equipment, the latest treatment methods, and around-the-clock patient monitoring. Our new 15,000 square-foot facility, located directly off I-84, is open 365 days year—even on major holidays.
We understand how important your pet is to you and the stress you feel when a health crisis strikes. When your pet is under our care, we’ll do everything possible to make the hospital experience as comfortable as possible for you and your pet. Our compassionate nurses closely monitor patients in our intensive care unit and an experienced emergency veterinarian is on site 24-hours-a-day. As the only certified Level II Emergency & Medical Care Center in New England, we are always available to treat your beloved pet for these common illnesses as well as many other emergencies.
- Painful behavior
- Collapse or weakness
- Breathing problems
- Difficulty walking
- Diarrhea or constipation
- Vomiting or gagging
- Allergic reactions or swellings
- Straining or inability to urinate
- Toxicities, ingestions or exposures
- Excessive bleeding or bruising
- Unexplained fever or hypothermia