Visit Information

We at Wolcott Veterinary Clinic hope that you and your pet have a great experience while visiting our hospital. Our goal is to provide you with a complete and informative assessment of your pet and his/her medical needs, whether in for an annual wellness exam or a medical problem.

Information for new clients.

Our office hours are Monday- Friday 8:00am – 5:30 pm by appointment. Please call us, 203-879-4641, so that we may set up a convenient time for you.

Please forward or have your previous veterinary clinic forward any medical/vaccine history prior to the day of your first visit to help expedite your check in. You can forward via fax (203-879-4802) or email ( If unable, please bring them with you on the day of your appointment. If your pet has insurance, please bring any forms required with you as well.

Please check in with one of our receptionists upon arrival so that we may complete your pet’s medical record and confirm that your contact information is correct.

For your convenience our office accepts Cash, Check, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and Care Credit. Payment is expected at time of service.

Information for wellness visits.

In order to do a complete wellness exam, we request that you please bring a small fecal sample to test for intestinal parasites at least once a year. Also please check your supply of medications, heartworm, and flea and tick prevention. Please inform the receptionist upon check-in and we will be happy to refill those for you.

Important information for anesthetic procedures.

Please arrive between 8-8:30 on the day of your pet’s scheduled surgery. Please allow 10-15 minutes at check in, as you will be speaking with the surgeon or a technician. During that time they will happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your pet’s procedure.

  • Please do not give any food after 8:00pm the night before your pet’s scheduled surgery.
  • Please leave access to water for your pet overnight as well as the morning of your pet’s scheduled surgery.

Most patients stay the day and are discharged between 3:00pm-5:15pm. During the time of discharge a technician will discuss your pet’s’ surgery after care and medications (if any), as well as address any questions or concerns you may have prior to leaving with your pet.

Some procedures require overnight hospitalization which will be discussed with you should that need arise.