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Staff_imageFounded in 1974 by Dr. Michael Lender, Orange Veterinary Hospital cares for dogs, cats, pocket pets and their families in Orange, Milford, West Haven, New Haven, Woodbridge, Bethany, Stratford, as well as many other towns in Connecticut. Orange Veterinary Hospital is now led by Dr. Marc DiBerardino,Dr. Alex Alfaro, Head Technician, Amanda Sheran, and a professional and caring support staff. As a member of your community for over 40 years, we aim to provide the best medical care available for your pet and the best service we can to you and your family.

At Orange Veterinary Hospital we see scheduled appointments, same-day appointments, and we provide 24/7 EMERGENCY on-call service for your pet. Along with routine wellness and wellness programs, dental care, and preventative care such as vaccines, and flea, tick and heartworm prevention. Our doctors also perform routine and advanced surgeries. We have board certified surgical specialists on call for orthopedic and other specialized surgical cases. At Orange Veterinary, we are confident that our facility, which has an on-site laboratory, digital x-ray, and an ultrasound machine, will provide you with the service you expect in a warm and welcoming environment.

In addition to our state of the art medical facility, we also have the Animal Inn, an on-site boarding, bathing, and grooming facility. At the Animal Inn, we attend to all your pet’s needs, including beautification services, or just keeping your pet company while you’re on vacation, out of town on business, or in need daycare for your family pet.

Orange Veterinary Hospital is conveniently located at 356 Boston Post Road (Route 1) in Orange, which is easily accessible from Route 95 and the Merritt Parkway, making it easy to find whether you are coming from Orange, Milford, West Haven, New Haven, Woodbridge, Bethany, Stratford, or any other town in Connecticut. Please click on Contact Us for directions. We look forward to seeing you and your furry family members soon!

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  • Dr.
    DiBerardino

    Dr. DiBerardino joined Orange Veterinary Hospital in 1994, when he began his career as a veterinary technician. After eight years here, he decided to attend the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine. 

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  • Dr.
    Alexander Alfaro

    Dr. Alexander Alfaro was born and raised in Beltsville, MD. He received his Bachelors of Science in Biological Life Sciences from the University of Maryland in 2007 and earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Wisconsin in 2012.

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  • Alfaro

    Amanda is Orange Veterinary Hospital's Head Technician. Amanda grew up on a farm in Blandford, Massachussets. She moved to Connecticut and attended Quinnipiac University, graduating with a degree in Veterinary Technology. She has been with Orange Veterinary Hospital since 2005, and in her spare time Amanda likes to hike with her dogs, Marshall and Pharrell.

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  • "Dr. DiBerardino has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets. JH"
    - Orange, CT

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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Friday:

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Saturday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Kennel 4-6 pm

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