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Welcome to Trumbull Animal Hospital. We have been proudly serving Trumbull and the surrounding area for over 40 years. Our goal is to provide the best patient and client care possible. We are a full service veterinary hospital. Our caring doctors and staff are trained and equipped to handle anything from routine wellness exams to walk-in emergencies.
Trumbull Animal Hospital has the capacity to perform wellness appointments, vaccines, routine and emergency procedures, in house blood analysis, radiographs and many other diagnostics. We also provide nail trims, kenneling facilities and bathing of animals.
We, at Trumbull Animal Hospital, are passionate about the service we provide to the community. We treat dogs and cats, as well as a variety of other species. We strive to provide a safe, calm environment no matter what type of patient walks through our door.
Please feel free to contact us at (203) 268-6231 to make an appointment or to inquire about the hospital or its services.
For other contact information or directions, please check our Contact page.
To learn more about the services the hospital provides, please view our Services page.
To meet our doctors and staff, please select the About Us tab and click on Meet Our Team.
At Trumbull Animal Hospital, we treat you and your pets like family.
Dr. Ian Ostrover, DVM
Dr. Wendy Robertson, DVM
Dr. Melissa DeFabrizio, DVM
Dr. Darlene Ottolini, DVM
Dr. O and staff are wonderful. Everyone takes the time to listen to concerns and truly care for their patients.
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