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Animal Hospital in Fairfield Offers A Full-Service Veterinary Clinic

At Animal Hospital in Fairfield, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours. That is why we have made it our mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care that is in the best interests of you and your furriest family member. If you are in the Fairfield area and are looking for a caring veterinary team to help make sure your pet remains in good health, we are nearby and ready to help.

Our Services

  1. Veterinary Services

    Animal Hospital in Fairfield Offers A Full-Service Veterinary Clinic

    At Animal Hospital in Fairfield, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours.

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  2. Laboratory Services

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  3. Dog Wellness Care - Plans, Exams, and Preventive Care for Good Health

    Ensuring your dog lives a long and healthy life involves paying close attention to their wellness, from visiting your veterinarian for annual exams and maintaining a proper diet to staying on top of preventatives and taking note of any changes that could indicate illness.

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  4. Heartworm in Cats, Symptoms and Prevention - Veterinary Advice

    While more commonly associated with dogs, heartworms can affect cats, too. As a loving cat owner, it’s vital to understand this potentially deadly disease and how to protect your precious pet.

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  5. Wellness Care

    Annual wellness exams

    We recommend annual exams for all of our patients so we can stay on top of any new problems as they arise. At these visits we can discuss any changes you’ve noted in the past year, and discuss your pet’s changing exercise and nutritional needs as they age.

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  6. Pharmacy and Therapeutic Diets

    For your convenience, our in-house pharmacy stocks most of the medications we use and prescribe.

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  7. Dog Anesthesia and Sedatives for Surgical and Dental Procedures

    If you are preparing for an upcoming dog surgery or a dental procedure, you probably have questions about canine anesthesia. You might even feel a bit apprehensive at the thought of your pet undergoing a procedure.

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  8. Dog Testing - Bloodwork, Urinary, Fecal, and More - Veterinary Advice

    When your veterinarian suggests lab work for your dog, it can raise alarms in your head that something is seriously wrong.

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  9. Surgery and Anesthesia

    At Animal Hospital of Fairfield, we perform a wide variety of surgeries

    Our surgical procedures range from routine spays and neuters to emergency procedures, such as intestinal obstructions, pyometra surgery, and c-sections.

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  10. Puppy and Kitten Packages

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  11. Cat Anesthesia, Feline Tranquilizers and Sedatives - Veterinary Advice

    If your feline friend needs surgery or dental work, you probably have some questions or concerns about cat anesthesia. You m

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  12. Cat Blood Testing, Lab Work, Diabetes Testing and More - Veterinary Advice

    As veterinarians, we rely on laboratory testing to monitor baseline values and look for signs of illness in cats. These tests give us information beyond what we can obtain during a physical examination, and they are a crucial aspect of veterinary care. 

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  13. Dentistry

    Dentistry: more than just "teeth cleaning"

    Our goal for dental care is to provide our patients with a mouth free of pain and infection. Did you know “doggy breath” is actually a sign of dental disease?

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  14. Cat Dental Care, Cleaning, Brushing, Surgery and More - Veterinary Advice

    As a cat owner, you want what’s best for your feline family member and have likely turned to the Internet to learn about home dental care for cats and whether your cat’s teeth need professional cleaning. Unfortunately, not all of the information presented online is accurate.

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  15. Dog Surgeries - What To Know Before Your Dog Undergoes Surgery

    When your dog needs surgery, whether planned or in an emergency, it can be a stressful time filled with lots of questions for your veterinarian.

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  16. Dog Medicine - Medications for Various Dog Health Conditions

    Whether needed short-term or long-term, dog medications can be critical for your dog’s health and well-being.

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  17. Wellness Care

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  18. Dog Dental Care - Cleaning, Procedures, and Prevention - Veterinary Advice

    As a dog owner, you may have noticed that your pet has a case of unpleasant “doggy breath,” tooth discoloration, or worse. Whether you have a brand-new puppy or an older dog, the fact that you are taking time to research good oral health for your canine companion is a great start!

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  19. Cat Surgeries, Everything To Know About Various Procedures and Care

    As a pet parent, sending your cat in for surgery can be a nerve-wracking experience. Even when it’s a routine procedure like a spay or neuter, it’s natural to be nervous when your furry family member needs an operation.

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  20. Cat Medicine for Fleas, Allergies, Infections and More - Veterinary Advice

    Just like people, cats sometimes need medications. From preventing parasites to managing chronic diseases, cat medications play a huge role in keeping our feline friends healthy and happy.

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  21. Parasite testing, treatment, and prevention

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  22. Cat Spaying and Neutering - When, Why, and Veterinary Advice

    As veterinarians, we are hyper-aware of the overpopulation issue in the cat species.

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  23. Dog Ultrasound, X-Ray, MRI and More - Canine Diagnostic Imaging

    Dog diagnostic imaging provides your veterinarian with a clear picture of what’s going on inside your dog’s body and typically involves an x-ray and/or ultrasound, These diagnostic tools are critical in providing a definitive diagnosis and treatment plan for the symptoms your dog is experiencing.

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  24. Dog Nutrition - Food Recommendations and Dietary Guidance

    Dog nutrition serves as the foundation for your dog’s long-term health, so you must pay close attention to both the quality and quantity of food being eaten. To weigh the various food and diet options available, you’ve likely turned to the internet for guidance.

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  25. Veterinary Services For Dogs

    Dogs of all shapes and sizes

    For most of our canine patients, any trip out of the house is an exciting one! Animal Hospital in Fairfield's team is here to embrace your pet.

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  26. Diagnostic Imaging

    When we need to see inside a pet we can use our

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  27. Dog Spay and Neuter Services, Care, and Veterinary Information

    Like many pet parents, whether to spay or neuter your dog can be a big decision, and you are likely to have questions.

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  28. Cat Diagnostic Imaging, Ultrasound, X-Ray and More - Veterinary Advice

    As in human medical care, diagnostic imaging is a common and effective way to help diagnose certain conditions in cats, from broken bones to cancerous tumors.

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  29. Cat Food and Feline Nutrition - Veterinary Advice You Can Trust

    Whether you’ve recently adopted a kitten or have an older cat, you have probably gone online to learn about cat nutrition. Here at Animal Hospital in Fairfield, we want you to have the facts about your cat’s nutritional needs.

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  30. Veterinary Services For Cats

    Keeping Our Cats Comfortable

    At Animal Hospital in Fairfield, we want our feline patients to be as comfortable and stress-free as possible. We have a dedicated boarding/recovery room for your cat, so they can have peace and quiet.

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  31. Dentistry

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  32. Cat Wellness Check Up, Exams, and Care - Get Veterinary Advice

    Taking care of your cat to ensure they live a long, healthy life involves many factors, from being consistent with annual wellness exams to watching carefully for any change in behavior that might indicate illness.

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  33. Heartworm in Dogs - Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

    Dog heartworm disease can be a dreaded diagnosis with frightening symptoms, but thankfully it is easily avoided with regular preventative medication. If your dog hasn’t been taking a preventative and you suspect heartworm symptoms, we’re glad you found our website.

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