At QVVH, we consider our pets to be our family, too!
At our Danielson, Connecticut veterinary hospital, we treat each and every pet like they are our own.
Drs. David J. Lambert and Amy Blakeslee have been caring for the Quiet Corner’s pets at QVVH since 2002 and pride themselves on being a compassionate Danielson veterinarian duo.
Plenty of treats – and maybe even a photo session for our Facebook – come with our veterinary visits. Coming to the vet should be a POSITIVE experience!
More than an exam.
Watch our office pup, Archer, have his first visit with his favorite Danielson veterinarian, Dr. Lambert. You’ll see that your pet’s appointment includes:
– A full physical exam
– Discussion of heartworm, flea and tick preventative options to keep your pet safe
– Education about nutrition, dental care, training & other important topics
We’re one big family!
YOUR PET’S HEALTH IS ALL THAT MATTERS.
Meet the compassionate team that’s here to care for your pet.
Dr. David J. Lambert
Veterinarian and Practice Owner
Dr. David J. Lambert opened Quinebaug Valley Veterinary Hospital in 2002. He graduated from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in 1997. An active member in the local community, Dr. Lambert dedicates a great amount of time to North East Regional Animal Control (NECOGG), Pet Pals Northeast Inc., & Eskies Online Multi-Breed Rescue. When Dr. L. isn’t at the hospital, he can be found watching Boston sports, golfing, skiing, or spending time with his wife, Rebecca, and 4 children.
Congratulations to Dr. Lambert on being named Norwich Magazine’s Best Veterinarian of Northeastern Connecticut in 2017, 2018, and 2019 as well as winning the Office Staff Award in 2018 and 2019!
Danielson, CT 06239
Tu, Thu: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Book online, any time!
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Got a question about your pet’s care?
Check below, or contact us here.
Do you see emergencies?
Whenever possible, we see emergencies for our current patients during business hours and slightly beyond regular business hours. Always call 860-774-7650 in the case of emergency. Our receptionist or our answering service will be happy to assist you.
What should I bring to my pet’s appointment?
Please bring any records from your previous veterinarian, or have them emailed to 860-856-6320. Additionally, it helps if you bring a small stool sample and any current medications/supplements your pet is taking.
Do you have payment plans?
We want to make quality pet care accessible to as many pet owners as possible. Please contact us for more information regarding payment options.