Find pet resources below including information on my recommended veterinarian, details on the ASPCA and the Connecticut Humane Society, and articles from The Bark Blog. Provided by I Sit. I Stay., a professional pet and house sitter, and dog walker serving Fairfield, Westport, Southport, and surrounding towns in CT.
Fairfield Vet Hospital
Dr. Tim Plunkett, DVM, OwnerDr. Tracey LaMorte
55 Ruane St
Fairfield, CT 06824
Phone: (203) 256-1955
Fax: (203) 256-1389
Fairfield Veterinary Hospital in Fairfield, CT is a full-service companion animal hospital. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy pets; early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.
For over 140 years, the ASPCA has worked tirelessly to end animal cruelty. From education and care to adoption and rescue, the ASPCA is making a life-changing difference for animals across America. The ASPCA works nationally to rescue animals from abuse, pass humane laws and share resources with many shelters across the country. Your support will mean so much to the animals right in your community.
Shop Local. Owners, Ray Arabia & Lisa Dijon are Fairfield residents and are very generous to our community. A cool thing about Natural Pet Outlet is that they have bathing stations for do-it-yourself dog baths, they do nail clipping on Mondays for $5.00, and once a month they offer discount vaccinations.
Fairfield County Dog Parks Locations
- Jennings Dog Beach — 880 South Benson Rd., Fairfield, CT (open space all year. Good spot!)
- Compo Dog Beach — 60 Compo Beach Road, Westport, CT
- Cranbury Park — 300 Grumman Ave, Norwalk, CT
- Easton Dog Park — 360 Sport Hill Road, Easton, CT 06612
- Lake Mohegan Park — 960 Morehouse Highway, Fairfield, CT (Be careful here! There are incidents of Giardia from all the dogs)
- Winslow Dog Park — 44 Compo Rd N, Westport, CT
Dogs six months of age or older must be licensed before July 1st each year. Licensing begins June 1st. Licensing fees are $8 for a spayed or neutered dog, $19 for an unaltered dog. A $1.00 per month penalty is added to the licensing fee for dogs licensed after June 30th. Proof of spaying or neutering must be provided the first time a dog is licensed to qualify for the lower fee.