Our mission at Meriden Animal Hospital is to provide the best compassionate and affordable healthcare for your pet. We’ve been a leading force in animal healthcare, proudly serving Meriden and the surrounding communities for over 50 years. Our goal is to combine progressive, high-quality medicine with dedicated client service. As a privately owned, full-service small animal veterinary hospital with four doctors, we offer services including wellness visits, diagnostic procedures, dental, soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery, pharmacy, prescription food, internal medicine, advanced diagnostic capabilities in addition to digital x-ray and ultrasound. Our recently renovated facility with state-of-the-art equipment and services allows us the opportunity to not only treat your pet when they are ill but help keep them healthy through all stages of their life. Through education, guidance, and individualized care, we are honored to become a holistic partner in your pet’s life.
The prospective caregiver will agree:
Pets are to live in a private residence as companion animals.
To provide the pet with sufficient quantities of nutritious food and fresh water each day.
Never too strike or otherwise harm the pet.
Never to have the pet declawed.
Spaying or neutering is required by five months of age. If pet is not spayed or neutered prior to adoption, proof of surgery must be mailed to the original caregiver within 30 days of the procedure.
To ensure that the pet’s vaccinations for rabies and distemper are current and to provide veterinary care upon sickness, disease or injury.
To give the original caregiver visitation rights to ensure that the terms of this adoption agreement are being observed.
If the pet must be relinquished for any reason by the prospective caregiver, s/he MUST NOT turn the pet over to a humane society, shelter or person, but must return the pet to the Adoptee. If the phone number and/or address for the original caregiver is no longer operative, the caregiver will make a good faith effort to locate and contact the original caregiver.