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Fenton River Veterinary Hospital is a state-of-the-art animal hospital and ambulatory practice, serving Tolland, Connecticut and surrounding areas. Fenton River Veterinary Hospital prides itself on being professional and courteous while providing high-quality progressive veterinary care. We honor and appreciate the bond between you and your pet, and treat all of our patients as if they were our own. We follow the highest ethical and medical standards, while considering the physical, emotional and financial capabilities of our patient's owners. We have a compassionate, well-educated team of professionals that are committed to educating our clients and the community; helping our patients lead healthier, happier, and longer lives; and providing exceptional customer service that exceeds our clients’ expectations.
Fenton River Veterinary Hospital is a full service animal hospital and welcomes patients needing routine medical, surgical, and dental care, as well as patients requiring immediate treatment. We provide personalized services for all species, large and small, in medicine and surgery, including advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgical services. We also have a mobile unit that is equipped to provide high-quality veterinary medicine in the convenience of your own home or farm.
Our hospital is located in the Fieldstone Commons plaza, and directions are available on our Contact Us page. If you have any questions, call 860-870-8701 or email us and we'll get back to you promptly.
At Fenton River Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Heidi Morey & Dr. Scott Morey
Fenton River Veterinary Hospital
Awesome people amazing bedside manner I would highly recommend them.
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