Greenwich Animal Hospital

430 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

(203)869-0534

www.greenwichanimalhospital.com

Your pet’s health and

happiness

is our

first concern

 

SPECIAL HOURS ALERT: Greenwich Animal Hospital will be closing

at 2 pm on Wednesday, July 8 and Wednesday, July 22.


NEW - You can now check-in for your appointment via text message! 

In an effort to improve our service, we are now offering appointment check-in via text message. Just text the word HELLO to our regular number, 203-869-0534, when you arrive at the hospital. We will respond with instructions on what to do next. Texting will only be used for appointment check-in at this time but hopefully we can expand on it in the future. 



PLEASE NOTE: Greenwich Animal Hospital remains open to serve the community through the COVID-19 crisis. We are currently operating with a smaller staff and may occasionally need to adjust our hours once we have completed patient care for the day. Our office is temporarily closing at noon on Saturdays. We will continue to open Monday through Friday at 8 am and Saturdays at 8:30. 


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For over 65 years, Greenwich Animal Hospital has been a leading provider of veterinary services in Greenwich, CT.  Our caring and dedicated staff provides our animal friends with expert and highly personalized attention. The extra caring and attention to detail reflect our commitment to providing an exceptional standard of quality service.

In the age where veterinary practices are being bought by large companies, Dr. David Kramer is proud to be an independent business owner. Our team offers the community both outstanding medical care for pets, as well as thoughtful customer service for their pet parents. 

Our Promise to You

 

  • To provide personal, compassionate and individualized healthcare for each of our patients, so that they and their family may enjoy happy, healthy, long lives together.
  • To practice the most state of the art medicine, keep current with continuing education, while always holding true to our core values.
  • To honor the special bond between animals and their people by providing the very highest levels of comfort, care and attention in the hardest of times, when our best friends are ill.

 

Did you know that animal hospital accreditation is voluntary? Surprising, isn’t it? Nearly 60 percent of pet owners believe that their pet’s hospital is accredited when it is not. In actuality, only 12-15 percent of all animal hospitals participate in the rigorous evaluation and accreditation process by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). We are proud to be an AAHA-accredited animal hospital since 1974.