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We are devoted to the individualized care of companion animals. Our emphasis is on holistic, preventative medicine and quality, compassionate care for illness or trauma affecting your pet.
Our aim is to fulfill the needs of our clients and patients by providing quality veterinary health care through a responsive, professional staff with emphasis on individual care and treatment plans for every pet and family.
To provide the highest quality of preventative and medical care for our patients. Our goal is to provide individualized pet care customized to a pet’s needs and their families' beliefs. We strive to educate ourselves and our clients, so that our pets may live longer, healthier, better lives.
Pond Point Animal Hospital offers state of the art medicine with full in-house chemistry, coagulation, blood count analyzers, laser surgery, digital radiography, therapeutic cold laser treatments, treadmill therapy and acupuncture. These modalities offer faster diagnosis and healing and less pain. Contact us to find out if your pet is a candidate for veterinary laser surgery, acupuncture, physical therapy, or laser therapy. Dr. Carter is CCRP certified in animal rehabilitation and sports medicine.
At Pond Point Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr Julia Carter
Milford Veterinarian | Pond Point Animal Hospital | 203-878-4646
632 New Haven Ave
Milford, CT 06460
I brought my sick cat to Pond Point. Rocky is fully feral and normally cannot be handled by anyone. As usual, Dr. Carter was phenomenal, as was her vet tech, Kat. They were able to give Rocky a full exam, diagnose, and treat his illness with absolutely no problems at all. The entire staff is so lovely, courteous and helpful. I could not feel more grateful for the wonderful care my pets receive from these great people!- .
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