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Past Events

Trivia/Karaoke Night Fundraiser
Saturday, March 2nd
6:00 – 9:00 pm
Cugino’s Restaurant in Farmington
1053 Farmington Ave.
Farmington CT 06032

Roaring Brook Veterinary Hospital and Kennels would like to thank all who attended the Trivia/Karaoke Night Fundraiser. We were able to raise over $2500.00 dollars for our local veterinary charitable fund. We could not have done this without all of you. Many thanks to Cugino’s Restaurant of Farmington for hosting the event, the food and drinks were amazing with top-notch service. Thank you to our local businesses that donated prizes for trivia, Cupcake Gypsy in Canton, Avon, and Granby, Lisa’s Crown and Hammer in Canton, Taprock in Unionville, Fringe Hair Salon in Unionville, The Zoo Health Club in Simsbury, Hair by Rayna in Unionville and Hair by Liz in Unionville. Thank you to our wonderful staff members who were able to attend and or help in organizing the event. They certainly helped keep the party going. We also had many of our local drug reps and distributors who were able to attend and support this fund. Last but not least our amazing and supportive clients.

HalloweenHowl-O-Ween Social
Friday, November 2, 2018
6:30 – 8:30 pm

Roaring Brook Daycare Center
60 Lovely Street
Canton, CT 06019

“Whether in costume or au natural, all of the dogs attending the Howl-o-Ween social in November had a blast playing with old friends and making some new ones, and all for a good cause! Our Howl-O-Ween social benefited the American Veterinary Charitable Care Fund, which allows Roaring Brook to contribute to those in dire need of financial assistance to provide emergency and critical care for their pets.”

The Veterinary Care Charitable Fund® is a program created by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) to provide veterinarians with a simple and effective way to offer charitable veterinary services to clients facing personal hardships as well as a means to support animals who are injured or rescued from abuse and neglect. Enrolled veterinary hospitals now have a way to offer low or no-cost services to clients who may otherwise be forced to surrender or euthanize their beloved pets.