Though Suffield Veterinary Hospital has been in existence for decades,
our facility underwent major renovations and a major addition back in 2002.
CLIENT WALKING AREA
If you arrive at Suffield Veterinary Hospital with a beloved pooch, feel free to allow them a
minute or two to “destress” from the car ride by walking them on the lawn next to our client parking lot.
After entering the hospital, please check in at the front desk. If you’re bringing a new pet to see us,
please bring copies of your pet’s records so we can scan them into our Electronic Medical Record system.
After checking in, take a load off and relax in our waiting room before we’re all set to take care of your pet.
If it’s a nice day our, or if your pet seems stressed out waiting with other pets,
feel free to take a seat on one of the benches in front of the hospital.
Our hospital has four exam rooms, all designed keep you and your pet comfortable.
We have some of the most state-of-the-art laboratory equipment allowing us to run many different types of tests so
that we are quickly able to ensure that your pet is truly healthy, and diagnose what’s wrong if it seems that they aren’t.
Our digital X-Ray system allows us to see what’s going on beneath the surface in ways that X-Ray equipment of the past never did.
Our large treatment area allows us the neccessary room to treat multiple animals, as well as to prepare them for surgery.
We have two surgery rooms, each equipped with digital monitoring equipment, heated surgery tables,
human grade anesthesia machines, and human-grade surgery lighting. We also have a digital
ultrasound machine pictured in the surgery room below.
IN-HOSPITAL WALKING AREA
Dogs spending the day with us are walked in a separate fenced in area so we don’t have to worry about
them crossing paths with pets being walked near the client parking lot. The dogs even get to choose
which Oak tree they “prefer”!
Though we hope that all of our patients are healthy when they come visit us, we know that many are not. Patients that might
be exhibiting signs of something potentially contagious are house and examined in our isolation room, which has a
separate entrance/exit and separate HVAC system so we don’t have to worry about about airborne pathogens making
their way to other parts of the hospital. The separate thermostat allows us to keep sick patients much warmer
if that helps make them more comfortable!