Animal Doctor of Weston

202 Weston Road
Weston, CT 06883

(203)221-1440

www.drchucknoonan.com

Dr. Noonan welcomes you!

Curing Animals Morning, NOONAN Night


Welcome!

My philosophy of practice is to collaborate with you, the pet owner, to provide the best veterinary care possible. Practical, common sense approaches to medical and surgical problems are discussed with you. Then we work on the solutions that fit within the framework both medically and financially. 

If any problem cannot be rectified here, I collaborate with board certified specialists who show the same degree of care and concern for your pet that I do. 

Dogs and cats do some strange things both normal and abnormal. My staff and myself are available to answer questions as simple as housebreaking and complex as poisonings. If your pet needs to be seen, my staff makes every effort to help you in a timely manner. 

In the coming year, it is likely we will see more wildlife encounters between our pets and the various fauna that share our common environment. As some of these species are rabies carriers, we should take precautions when handling our pets post-exposure. Use gloves when checking for wounds. Keep your pets away from family members for four hours allowing the saliva of the potentially rabid animal to dry.  

Thank you all for the kind thoughts, gifts, notes, and referrals.

Dr. Chuck Noonan


Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Weston and the surrounding areas.

Available for Sale: Shih Tzu Puppies!

Born 1/1/2019

Contact: Dan or Colleen (203) 454-2814

Read information in our Pet Library, view videos and browse our photo album.

Check us out on Twitter @drchucknoonan for fun facts and pictures of our adorable patients!

Please call our office today at (203)221-1440 for all your pet health care needs.

 

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