Even as we adjust our clinic routines during this time of pandemic, the Brook Farm AAHA accredited standard of care remains strong. From the first phone call until the time you leave the clinic, we are committed to do everything we can to ensure your pet's health and safety
No matter which Brook Farm team member you're speaking to, the quality is always the same. We believe in empathy and understanding at every stage of care - from scheduling your next visit to the exam itself!
Brook Farmers are warm, wonderful folks who open their homes to animals in need. We strive to give your furbaby the same love and attention you would give them.
Kindness is at the core of everything we do at Brook Farm. We're proud to share the story of kindness that resulted in a lifelong friendship.
Yogi, a two-year-old male Cockapoo, came to Brook Farm with a tender ear. He was very uncomfortable and in pain. When Dr. Clark and the Urgent Care team evaluated him during his head-to-toe exam, it became clear that he needed immediate treatment along with lots of tender loving care.
Ryker visited Brook Farm after Dr. Kanouse and the Brook Farmers were recommended to his mommy by a friend. Ryker received a soft tissue surgery: a procedure in which he was put under anesthesia and operated on by our doctor as our team of skilled, knowledgable, and licensed technicians closely monitored him. He was brave and much-loved throughout the entire procedure!
Although puppies and kittens are seen frequently at Brook Farm, they never fail to brighten our day. We take pride in acknowledging that every pet and client is different, enabling us to provide unique care for all our patients.
Mrs. Trinchillo and her dog, Lily, found themselves in need of serious help. Loose stool and bloody urine had prompted a medical visit to Brook Farm. Once our medical team was able to complete diagnostic screening and a head-to-toe exam, it became apparent that the Dachshund was suffering from a serious autoimmune disease.
One Saturday evening, Brook Farm received an emergency call from Mrs. DePalma, whose dog had managed to get his peanut-filled marrow bone stuck over their jaw. We instructed her to come in right away.