At Suffield Veterinary Hospital, our #1 priority is providing the best care possible to your pet, while making every experience as comfortable as possible for our clients. We are privately owned by Dr. Ann Huntington which allows us to focus on what really matters: Your pet. We have evening appointments three nights a week, and even on Saturdays, so that we can see pets when it is most convenient for their owners. In addition to treating dogs and cats, we also care for small mammals such as rabbits, ferrets, and hamsters, as well as birds of all kinds. We have the ability to run many diagnostics in house on our state of the art lab equipment which saves our clients both time and money. We also offer canine reproduction services and believe in providing the highest level of care to Mom and her pups throughout her entire pregnancy and beyond. We proudly work with many local rescue groups and municipalities and always give back to the community in any way we can!
From the North:
Take I-91 south to Exit 47W (Route 190 West, Suffield). Follow Route 190 as it crosses over the Connecticut River and comes to a T-Intersection (Route 159). Turn left onto Route 159 heading south. Suffield Veterinary Hospital will be on the right about 1 3/4 miles.
From the South:
Take I-91 North to Exit 42 (Route 159, Windsor Locks). Be advised, Exit 42 is directly after Exit 40, Bradley Int'l Airport. At the end of the ramp turn left. Follow Route 159 north, passing through the Windsor Locks business district and into Suffield. From the I-91 exit ramp, Suffield Veterinary Hospital is 3 3/4 miles on the left.
Suffield Veterinary Hospital is General Practice Animal Care facility in Suffield, CT serving the towns of Suffield, Enfield, Granby, Windsor Locks, Windsor, East Windsor in Connecticut as well as Agawam, Feeding Hills, Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, Springfield and West Springfield in Massachusetts. In addition to general practice focusing on the care of dogs and cats, our Veterinarians focus on the care of exotic animals such as birds, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, mice, rats and other small animals, as well as canine reproduction services pertaining to dog breeding.