- Brooklyn Canterbury Large Animal Clinic
Dr. Alice Ennis, DVM
Call 860-546-6998 to schedule an appointment. Providing mobile veterinary services and mobile emergency services in eastern
Connecticut and Rhode Island. Veterinary care to horses, cattle, goats, sheep, pigs and other farm animals or even the occasional bison or alpaca!
- Country Critters Veterinary Services, Inc.
Dr. Dina J. Scotto, Cranston, RI.
A 100% mobile, primarily large animal (dairy/beef cows, sheep, goats, pigs, and chickens), mobile veterinary service in Rhode Island.
Telephone: (401)464-2876, Email email@example.com.
- Green Valley Veterinary Services, LLC
Dr. Dennis Thibeault
122 Atwoodville Road
Mansfield Center, CT 06250
A mobile primarily large animal veterinarian serving eastern CT and western RI, focusing on large animal medicine for
almost all barnyard species, including cows, yaks, horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, and pigs. Also provides routine care for your dogs and cats, as well as at-home
euthanasia services for your pets. Dr. Thibeault has had experience with farm and livestock care since 1994.
- Dr. Dan Hochman, DVM
New Canaan, CT.
Offering veterinary services for livestock. Please call 203-972-7387 for more information and availability.
- Kneser Veterinary Services
Dr. Cara Kneser, DVM
Providing large animal veterinary service for Eastern Connecticut and all of Rhode Island.
24/7 Emergency Response: In the event of an emergency - please call immediately. If I do not answer the phone, please
leave a message. If you do not receive a response in 15 minutes, please call again. Please do no email emergencies.
- Dr. Laurie Lofton, DVM, CVH
RI. Provides veterinary services for large and small animals. Practice is primarily holistic, with classical homeopathy as the treatment of choice. Please call 401-568-4154 for
information and scheduling or visit www.laurieloftondvm.com.
- New Shoreham Veterinary Services
Dr. Chris Hannafin
Wakefield, RI. In conjunction with Seaside Veterinary Services, of Westerly, RI, now providing mobile livestock services to RI and
Southeastern CT. The practices can provide on farm services for cattle, small ruminants, camelids, poultry, swine, exotics, equine and companion animals. Services are by appointment
with limited emergency services based on availability. Interested farms can contact Dr. Hannafin directly at NSVS, P.O. Box 5208, Wakefield, RI 02897, (401) 783-7789 or via Seaside
Veterinary Services, in Westerly at 401-533-1322. Please visit the website at www.seasidevetservices.com.
- Riverside Animal Hospital
Dr. Anna Portnoy, DVM
Riverside, RI. Call 401-433-2070 (clinic) or 603-667-0058 (cell). Please visit the website at www.riversideanimalhospitalri.com.
- Tufts Ambulatory Unit (The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine)
149 New Sweden Road, Woodstock, CT 06281. Tufts Ambulatory Service delivers round the clock ambulatory care for a variety of food
& fiber animals and horses in parts of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The overall goal of Tufts Ambulatory Service is to complement the training provided to students
in our hospitals with a practical hands-on approach in a setting typical of most large or mixed animal practices in New England. The Ambulatory team promotes health and well-being of
farm animals through prevention and treatment of disease, enhances the viability and sustainability of livestock-based farms, and provides students with experience and training in
large animal veterinary practice. Initially staffed by two faculty members, there are currently seven veterinarians based in Woodstock and the service continues to grow. Telephone:
(860) 974-2780. Website: http://vet.tufts.edu/tas/about.html.
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