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“One of the goals of the Fox Memorial Clinic is to provide veterinary care to animals whose owners are in financial need. Fox Memorial Clinic also provides veterinary services to the public on a fee-for-service basis. Incorporated on April 15, 1999, Fox Memorial operates with the following purposes: 1) to protect animals from disease and abuse by providing services which deliver preventative health care and other needed veterinary treatment. 2) To promote responsible pet ownership and proper pet care through public education programs including vaccination clinics, public service campaigns, educational materials and professional guidance. 3) To encourage veterinary education through volunteer programs and internship opportunities. 4) To deliver professional and compassionate veterinary service and to help responsible pet owners who are in financial need through a variety of low-cost programs.”>
Fox Memorial Clinic has been caring for Connecticut pets since 1999. Our team includes experienced veterinarians and a support staff of highly qualified veterinary technicians, a friendly customer service team and managerial staff. We receive additional support from contract surgeons who excel in routine and complex surgical cases, and a staff of volunteers who dedicate themselves to the well-being of your pets.
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From the time you are greeted to the moment you meet with the veterinarian, you will experience a special compassion dedicated to serving your pet’s needs. We provide services at an affordable cost, without sacrificing the quality and kindness pet owners expect from their family veterinary hospital. Our staff knows how much you love your pet because we all are pet owners ourselves. We understand that pets make our lives complete!
Built in 1999 as a new wing of the Connecticut Humane Society Headquarters in Newington, our facility includes private examination rooms, a dedicated surgical suite, surgical patient wards, a well-equipped treatment area, indoor runs, an isolation ward, and separate cat and dog holding areas. >