Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook
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We're launching our new virtual care service, which means you can now have a virtual consult (start chat or schedule a video call) with one of our Veterinarians on your smartphone from the comfort of your home.
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Who We Are
Animal Hospital of Old Saybrook is a progressive state‐of‐the‐art veterinary medical hospital located in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. Our team consists of highly trained and compassionate staff members who are dedicated to providing quality veterinary care and ensuring a lasting bond between you and your pet. We believe the road to your pet’s health is through preventative medicine and client education.
AHOS Daycare & Spa is proud of our facility and welcome you to check out our Google Tour to see for yourself the space we have available to offer to your pets. Take Tour NOW! In addition to the facility the Inn & Spa is staffed with a highly experienced team of Veterinary professionals that are committed to the care and safety of your animals.
Meet Our Doctors:
Dr Buck Drummond graduated from the University of Georgia in 1991, and then completed internship training in Los Angeles the following year. He spent the next 17 years in LA as director of overnight emergency services at a busy 24 hour practice. In 2008, he relocated to Savannah, GA to pursue his interests in making art. A few years later, family obligations called him back to the Washington, DC area where he was raised, and as part of his practice there he started working with military and law enforcement canines.
Dr Buck Drummond moved to the Connecticut shoreline in early 2019. He lives in Essex with his husband, Michael, and their foxhound, Tobias. He continues to make art, and serves on the board of Paws of Honor, a non-profit organization that aims to provide full veterinary care to retired federal service dogs.