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Helpful Pet Care Resources

From the Team at Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital in Bristol

At our Bristol animal hospital, we are as passionate about educating clients as we are about providing medical care for pets. We believe that the key to ensuring every pet lives a happy and healthy life is to ensure that pet owners are knowledgeable and informed about how to properly care for their pets.

Before you get a new pet, put your pet on a new diet, or invest in a certain type of preventative treatment, we encourage you to check out our helpful resources. This information can help you make informed decisions and serve as a useful tool in maintaining your pet’s health.

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If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to our team by calling (860) 850-2187 or contacting us online.

Why Our Friends Keep Coming Back!

  • Taking Care of All Your Pets

    Whether you have a feathered friend, fur baby, or one with scales, at Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital we are proud to offer the high quality of care.

  • Quality Care and Convenience

    Chippens takes pride in providing a wide range of services that include dentistry, ultrasound, in-patient care and more as well as various financing options  

  • Cutting Edge Medicine

    Our veterinarians provide cutting edge medicine by participating in FDA approved clinical trials and introducing medications that have passed safety and efficacy tests

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Pet & Owner Experiences

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  • “I appreciate the staff here, they are always willing to help and accommodate me with last minute appointments. I recommend them to anyone who wants a caring and professional staff to care for their animals.”

    - Colleen C.
  • “I have been bringing my fur babies to Chippens hill for 6 years. They have always been kind, gentle, compassionate, and knowledgeable with my pets.”

    - Regina G.
  • “I have been going to vets for 50 years, and Dr. Elliot surpassed all of them. She is courteous, friendly and connects to the animal to calm them and me by not rushing and explaining what is or is not at the visit.”

    - Roselyn G.