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Animal Medical Center of Middletown understands that each pet is a beloved family member with a unique personality and medical profile. With this in mind our exams, treatment plans, anesthesia protocols, vaccination schedules and our Fear Free protocols are tailored to meet the needs of your individual pet. We strive to be positive, patient, understanding and compassionate. We value your pets, and see them as members of our family that we build loving relationships with. We always work with the goal to enhance their lives as well as yours.
Animal Medical Center of Middletown Proudly Presents:
We have teamed up with Brittany Thomas, LVT, IAABC-CABC, Fear Free Certified L3, and Low Stress Handling Certified Silver professional, to create a behavior department. This department specializes in addressing your behavior concerns. Click the Logo for more information or check out our services tab.
For every friend that you refer to AMC you and your friend will receive a $20.00 credit to your account. Just make sure that your friend mentions they were a referral. that's it! It's that simple. Start telling your friends about us. We would love to meet them and their fur babies.
The Animal Medical Center of Middletown staff is Fear Free Certified. This mean the staff is able to recognize when your pet is fearful, stressed or anxious during their visit and how to intervene to make their visit more pleasant. Here at Animal Medical Center of Middletown we want to make sure that we are doing all that we can to insure that your pet is taken care of not only medically but emotionally as well. To find out more, click on the features tab at the top of the page.
AAHA Accredited Facility
The American Animal Hospital Association is the only organization to accredit companion veterinary hospitals. Being an accredited hospital means that we hold ourselves to a higher standard. Pets are our passion, and keeping them healthy is our #1 priority. Animal Medical Center of Middletown strives to deliver excellent care for pets. Why? Because pets deserve nothing less.