Your Senior Pet's Vet offers custom in-home, individualized, personal veterinary care to senior and special needs pets. 

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are no longer offering house calls for senior pets other than for quality of life consultation and at home euthanasia. 

We are utilizing telemedicine for quality of life consulting which can be scheduled for facetime, zoom, phone, or email meetings.

Given the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, we have new outdoor protocols in place for at home euthanasia appointments. 

Keeping social distancing and wearing masks has forced us to move all of our euthanasia appointments outdoors. We continue to be sensitive to the emotional nature of end of life decisions and euthanasia. Your pet's comfort is a priority during euthanasia appointments. 


As dogs and cats age, their tolerance, desire, and ability to travel to the veterinary hospital for medical care all but evaporates.  The floors are slick, they have to jump in and out of the car, and the commotion of the waiting area is stressful.  Fortunately, most of their veterinary needs can be met in the comfort of their own home.  Once a diagnosis is made, follow up blood tests, therapy, and overall monitoring of chronic progressive conditions common in senior and special needs pets are easily addressed with in-home veterinary care. 


Your Senior Pet's Vet is a mobile veterinary practice focused on taking care of senior and special needs dogs and cats in the comfort of their own homes.  Services provided range from routine wellness care to managing chronic and acute illness with specific medications and therapy, and environmental accommodations, to helping families manage and enjoy the end stage of their pets lives.  We offer compassionate custom medical care to our very special senior and special needs patients with a primary goal of maintaining dignity and a good quality of life. In-home euthanasia and cremation services are available with flexible scheduling to accommodate the needs of pets and their families during a very sensitive emotional time. 

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Wellness Care for Senior Dogs and Cats

Evaluations, Diagnostics, Treatment Plans, and Follow-Ups
Laser Therapy and Pain Management

Quality of Life Evaluations

Hospice and Palliative Care

Euthanasia and Cremation Services




Monday - Friday 9-5

Flexible Weekend and

Evening Hours arranged on

an  Individual Basis


Territory Covered

Lower Fairfield County, CT




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