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During this very fluid and scary time, we wanted to assure you of one constant: Our priority is to provide the very best care to the patients that need us, 24/7. To do this, we need to keep our doctors and staff healthy. To this end, we have had to change the check-in procedures for both emergency and specialty services:

We will do everything we are able to make your visit as smooth and as stress-free as possible. But please understand that these are uncharted waters for all and we are trying to stay open and safe; bear with us. You can always contact us if you have any questions: 203-595-2777 or by email,

COVID-19: Protect animals by planning for their care

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the biggest risk to your animals may be lack of planning if you become ill and can no longer care for them. Make sure you've made arrangements in advance to have someone care for your animals in case you contract COVID-19. Even if you have other household members, it's best to have a backup plan in case no one in your home is able to continue caring for your animals. The AVMA has developed a flyer to help animal owners make these types of arrangements. View AVMA's "COVID-19: Protect animals by planning for their care" flyer.

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CUVS is certified by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) as the highest level facility in veterinary trauma, emergency and critical care. We have 3 board-certified critical care specialists and 24/7 state-of-the-art Emergency and ICU care.

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