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Litchfield Veterinary Hospital is located in the beautiful historic town of Litchfield in Northwestern Connecticut, providing comprehensive veterinary medical, dental, and surgical care for cats, dogs, and pocket pets, serving the towns of Litchfield, Bantam, Morris, Goshen, Bethlehem, Harwinton, Torrington and surrounding areas.

Our mission is to practice the highest quality medicine and surgery tailored to our patients individual needs.  Our entire health care team, from our experienced doctors, compassionate certified technicians and caring veterinary assistants, is dedicated to advocating care to each individual pet.

Our veterinarians, certified technicians and veterinary assistants understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to being a partner in your pet's health care. We are always willing to take the time needed to explain your pet's condition and discuss options for the best care of your pet.  Click here to  meet our doctors, Dr. Laura Carey, Dr. Mary Battista, Certified Technicians and Veterinary Assistants.

Follow the links below to learn more about what Litchfield Veterinary Hospital has to offer.

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Thank you for taking the time to read about our veterinary practice and the services we offer. 
We look forward to being a partner in your pet's care. 



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