Welcome to Veterinary Associates of Westville
Veterinary Associates of Westville, in New Haven, CT, is an outpatient veterinary clinic founded by Dr. Robert Aldrich in 1974. At the clinic we do wellness examinations as well as see patients for illness or injury. We are affiliated with The Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine Inc. at 4 Devine Street in North Have where emergency and intensive care are available 24 hours daily. At Central a large group of veterinarians, specialists, and certified veterinary technicians are always there to provide care for our more critically ill patients. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet.
We are located at 1292 Whalley Ave. in the western section of New Haven at the corner of Whalley Ave. and Davis Street. Parking is available in the rear of the building. We service the New Haven, Woodbridge, Hamden, Orange, West Haven, and Bethany areas. Our phone number is 203-387-6648. You can reach us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
During the Covid 19 crises we are scheduling appointments only by phone.
When you arrive at the office call the staff at 203-387-6648. They will have you bring your pet to the front porch to be admitted into the building for care. At this time clients are not allowed in the office. After your pet is cared for the veterinarian will call you to discuss clinical findings. The staff will then take payment by credit card and discharge your pet.
Masks are required at all times.
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The Central Hospital is located at 4 Devine St., North Haven. It is convenient from both the Wilbur Cross Parkway (exit 62) and from I 91 (exit 10). It takes 11 minutes to get to the new location from the office. There is plenty of parking.
We suggest microchipping your pet. Twenty five percent of pets get lost sometime during their lifetime. The microchips are registered with a national registry, so you can be assured that support staff is on duty 24 hours daily. Almost all shelters have scanners to check lost pets.