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Northwest Corner Veterinary Hospital L.L.C.

646 Bantam Rd.
Bantam, CT 06750




Welcome to Northwest Corner Veterinary Hospital in Bantam, CT!



During what is an uprecedented and rapidly changing time for all, we at Northwest Corner are making every effort to continue to be the reliable source of medical care for your pets, as long as we are able to do so. Our top priority is to try to do this while keeping our staff members and you as clients healthy. Our doors are now opened please come inside to check in or to pick up medications and food.



Office Hours:


Monday - Friday 7:30am- 5:30pm

Saturday: 7:30am - 2:30pm

Sunday: Closed

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Our mission is to provide the highest quality care in a friendly and informative environment.



Our Hospital

Our website offers you information about our Veterinarians, our Staff, practice philosophy, services, and links and resources you can use to search for additional information.

Please feel free to browse through our site. We hope that it is helpful and informative! If you would like more information about our practice or to schedule an appointment please visit the Contact Us page to find convenient methods to communicate with us.

Thank you for visiting! And we look forward to serving you and your pet.

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Please call our office today at (860) 567-0766 for all your pet health care needs.



An Important Message Regarding Grain Free Dog Food

Recent studies have found that grain free food has been linked to a very serious type of heart disease in dogs. Fortunately, this seems to happen rarely. Unfortunately, we do not know why there is this correlation. Is it that grain free food is missing something dogs need? Or is it caused by the unusual ingredients sometimes found in grain free food? For now, there are many theories, but nobody knows for sure.

Because of this we do NOT recommend feeding your dog grain free food unless it's medically necessary because of an allergy. For those dogs with food allergies we would like to point out that limited ingredient diet does not have to be grain fee. If your dog has a food allergy, he or she is not necessarily allergic to the grain component of the food. Try to find a food he or she can tolerate with grain in it. 

We also recommend finding a limited ingredient diet that does not contain ingredients such as chick peas, lentils or peas. If this is not possible, find a food with these ingredients as low on the list as possible. If you need a recommendation as to what to feed your dog, please call for some options.


Thank you,

The Doctors of Northwest Corner Veterinary Hospital, LLC

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