Welcome to Farmington
Our mission is to preserve and enhance the human/animal
bond by practicing the highest quality medical and surgical
care for our patients and to provide excellent and
personal service to our clients.
Farmington Animal Hospital performs a wide variety of services for cats and dogs, from new puppy and kitten visits to geriatric care and pain management, with a great deal in between. To learn more about the services we provide, please call us at 860-677-4400.
“We stop short of nothing but the best when it comes to the care of your pet.”
Farmington Animal Hospital is a family owned (non-corporate) veterinary hospital founded in 1947 serving the Farmington Valley and West Hartford
communities including Avon, Simsbury, Newington, New Britain, Southington, and Bristol.
Our aim is to fulfill the Fear Free motto of “taking the pet out of petrified” and putting “the treat into treatment.”
If you are interested in touring our hospital and boarding facilities, please call and we would be glad to schedule a time.Learn More
What Is Fear Free?
Fear Free is a transformative initiate to help alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in pets and increase enrichment so that pets can live long, happy, healthy lives.
Fear Free is all about the human–animal bond. It’s our goal to help you develop a powerful, life–long, mutually beneficial relationship with your dog or cat; one that for all parties is as free as possible of the fear, anxiety and stress that can take a toll on even the most devoted of relationships.
Fear Free is dedicated to creating a world where every pet experiences Fear Free at every stage in his life –from shelters and breeders, to homes, veterinary visits, trainers, groomers, pet sitter, dog park, transportation, enrichment and more.
My dog Bella is my baby and is always treated so well at Farmington Animal Hospital! I wouldn't go anywhere else!Lina Channelle
Dr. Dan is the best!... The vet techs there are lovely as well!Marisa T
With the magic of peanut butter, cheese whiz and a doctor who was willing to get on the ground for the exam Watson did not even realize he got 4 shots!!! Thank you so much!Tracy S