The Haddams-Killingworth Patch Article about Adorable Pets Veterinary Center
Adorable Pets Veterinary Center: Caring for Our Best Friends
The one doctor Haddam veterinary center offers area pet owners a variety of care, using an integrative veterinary medical approach.
ByJulie Weisberg (Patch Staff)Updated March 11, 2014 at 8:20 pm
Business Name: Adorable Pets Veterinary Center Contact Info: 860-554-5588, firstname.lastname@example.org Business Owners: Dr. Bernadette Aleksey and Tom Ceniglio Business Address: 1721 Saybrook Rd, Haddam, CT 06438 Adorable Pets owners Dr. Bernadette Aleksey and Tom Ceniglio share with readers a bit about their veterinary center, which they founded in Haddam after outgrowing their mobile practice. Why did you choose to start a business in Haddam? We have lived in the area for over 10 years and found this location was up for sale. It is just 400 ft south from the exit 7 ramp off of Route 9. We live 3 miles away and the Tylerville section of Haddam was being developed. We outgrew our mobile practice. What do you do?
Senior Pet Care
Chinese Herbal Therapy
At Home Euthanasia
What are you most proud of about your business? In addition to preventative care, we specialize in dental care, behavioral and nutritional counseling, acupuncture, laser therapy, chinese herbs, hospice and emergency care. We schedule house calls and offer extended hours to meet the needs of our friends. What's something people would find surprising about your business or profession? We're open every day, one doctor practice, using an integrative veterinary medical approach. We offer house calls, clinic tours, half hour appts, free wifi & refreshments. Dr. Bernie is available in person, by phone, and replies to emails from her clients. How are you involved in the community? We offer free seminars to pet owners, brownies, boy scouts, students, and others. Dr. Bernie speaks on pet topics at the local libraries and offers any spare time to helping clients match up with adopted pets with several local rescue organizations. This article is part of Patch's series highlighting local businesses in our community.