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Welcome to Northeast Bird Clinic
Your Avian Veterinarian in MA, CT, and RI
Call or text us at (860) 604-1968

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (860) 604-1968!

If you live in Ashford or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your birds– look no further. Northeast Bird Clinic is veterinary house call practice devoted exclusively to feathered patients in MA, CT and RI. Located in northeastern Connecticut. Owned by Dr. Ann Bourke, board certified in avian medicine.  Your birds’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.

At Northeast Bird Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Ann Bourke
Ashford Veterinarian | Northeast Bird Clinic | (860) 604-1968

PO Box 308
Ashford, CT 06278

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr Ann Bourke has helped me care for my many feathered children for the past 2 years. She is kind and caring, very knowledgeable, and has a great manner with the birds themselves. It's also a wonderful service that she is a mobile vet, meeting and caring for your animals at your own home, avoiding the stress of transporting your birds to another location and allowing multiple animals to be examined in one visit with ease! I highly recommend Ann to help you care for your babies!"
  • "We met Dr Bourke today, she visits my vets office weekly. She was great with my birds and I love the fact that she is so close. Knowing that she does house calls gives me peace of mind. It is great knowing that I have someone to call if my bird children are sick!!"
  • "Truly cares about her patients/clients. Amazing at what she does, responds very quickly, and very personable. My mom and I had an orange winged amazon, a yellow naped amazon and a sulphur crested Cockatoo over the last couple decades, all older rescues from bad situations and 2 of them came to us with behavioral problems. All 3 of them responded to her surprisingly well! Highly recommended!"

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