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Dr. Christine Scruggs and the entire staff at Deep River Animal Hospital are devoted to the health and welfare of your pet. We provide the highest quality veterinary medicine including small animal general medicine, canine and feline reproduction and genetics, avian and exotic medicine, soft tissue surgery, small animal dentistry, and dog grooming. Located in Middlesex County, southeastern Connecticut, we are easily accessible from Route 9 and Route 95. Please enjoy our website and call or email us for more information or to make an appointment.
Dr. Christine Scruggs
Deep River Veterinarian | Deep River Animal Hospital | 860-526-8387
171 Winthrop Rd.
Deep River, CT 06417
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