Todd Friedland, DVM
Dr. Friedland graduated from Cornell University in 1972. During his first six years as a veterinarian, he worked and studied under some of the most respected veterinarians in the Long Island, New York area. He fulfilled his childhood desire to live in a small New England town when he purchased the North Windham Animal Hospital in January of 1978. He has built the former 4 room country practice into a well respected, high quality hospital, providing the best in veterinary medical advancements, client service, sophisticated medical and surgical skills, and community involvement.
"I have grown to enjoy all aspects of pet care, but my special interests now lie in getting you off to the right start with your puppy and kitten through early and proper counseling, and spending that extra time with pets as they get older. Geriatric medicine is one of my greatest pleasures."
In addition to his work in the clinic, Dr. Friedland served as President of the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association in 1987, served as CVMA Legislative Chairman from 1988-1999, and as consultant to the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Committee from 1994-1996. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association and Connecticut Academy of Veterinarians.
Dr. Friedland is an avid bike rider and spinning instructor, and enjoys cooking, gardening and model railroading in his spare time. He resides in nearby Mansfield with his wife, Mona, 2 cats, Maxim and Mustafa, and his fish.