Healthy Pets, Happy Owners
Hebron Veterinary Hospital

Looking for a Veterinarian in the Hebron CT Area?

Call (860) 228-4324

 

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We Keep Our Promises to You and Your Pet

When your pet is sick, you want a doctor who treats them like a member of the family. You care about your pet and you know they deserve the best care possible. They have a right to quality treatment from someone who cares the way you do. If you must leave them behind for an hour or a day, you want to walk away without any doubts. Whatever the condition or illness, you want to trust that your doctor will do their best.

At Hebron Veterinary Hospital, we understand how you feel. We know that no one can love your pet the way you do, but we try to come close. Our staff gives them the care and support they need to reach optimum recovery. We make promises to you and your pets and we do our best to keep them.

  • We will treat your pet with compassion.
  • Our doctors will always give your pet the best medical care possible.
  • The Hebron Veterinary Hospital staff will treat you and your pet with respect, dignity, and compassion.
  • We promise to treat you and your pet like family.
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The Best Care Possible

It takes a lot of heartfelt effort to keep our promises to you and your pets. It begins with our firm commitment to maintaining a high standard of care. We continue with our desire to provide the latest diagnostic technology and the most effective treatment techniques available.

  • Preventative Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Dental Care
  • Radiology/Ultrasound
  • Senior Wellness
  • Laser Therapy
  • Acupuncture
From Our Customers

Client Testimonials

“I can’t adequately convey my deep appreciation to the staff and Dr M for their kind assistance to me and my beautiful Molly last week who was diagnosed with lymphoma and needed to be euthanized.
As sad as this was for me, I am grateful for the kind and empathic care and understanding I received. I won’t forget it ever. Thank you all so very much.”
Barbara Dean

“Awesome Docs. Even welcome your pet on a welcome board and send email notifications of appointments and discounts. Very warm and friendly, my dogs don’t love crowded areas and they do their best to ensure that doesn’t happen.”
John Price

“Everyone is so nice at Hebron Vet. I always feel like they truly care about my cats and dog when we go in for a visit. I had some concerns about our cat when he was a kitten and called the doctor on the weekend. She called me on a Saturday night to ease my concerns and get us through the weekend. I wouldn’t even consider going anywhere else!”
Heather Murphy

A Family-Centered Practice

Our town needs a family-based veterinary practice. Hebron Veterinary Hospital gives us the opportunity to provide the family-centered attention your pets deserve. We start each day with a firm commitment to deliver the highest standard of care possible and to help each pet reach maximum healing.

At Hebron Veterinary Hospital, we upgrade our knowledge through continuing education and professional development. We stay informed about technology and medical advances that help us work more effectively and efficiently. We continue learning because it helps us give our patients the best care possible.

Contact Us for Your Veterinarian Needs

We know that we're not your only option for veterinary care. We don’t expect you to walk in the door just because we’re the nearest vet or the only hospital in our small town. We believe that you bring your pets to us because we care and because we provide the quality services your pet deserves.

 

Phone: (860) 228-4324

Hebron Veterinary Hospital has been a full service compassionate and quality veterinary care center since 1984. Our office is located in Hebron Connecticut and we serve patients from all around Connecticut and specialize in our local service areas of Columbia CT, Glastonbury CT, Marlborough CT, Andover CT, Bolton CT, Willimantic CT, Lebanon CT and Colchester CT.