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Welcome to East Side Veterinary Clinic,
your family veterinarian in Meriden
Call us today at (203) 235-1622 !
Welcome To East Side Veterinary Clinic!
For over 60 years, East Side has provided compassionate and caring veterinary services to the Central Connecticut region.
We are family owned and operated and are dedicated to providing professional, affordable and advanced veterinary services. Please take a few moments to browse through our website and we hope to see you in person soon.
From our Doctors to our clients, East Side Veterinary Clinic is a family practice. Come join our family today! Looking for everything you will need at your first visit? Click here !
Don't forget to visit our "Special Offers" page.
There might be some discounts you can use on
your next visit to see us!
Dr. Eric Park
Dr. Kristina Park
Dr. Robin Souza
785 Paddock Ave.
Meriden, CT 06450
They are always very nice and compassionate and truly love the pets that come in.
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