Hot Topics at Battenkill Veterinary

In Washington County, there are monthly Rabies vaccine clinics put
on by the Washington County Department of Public Health, running
from March to November.   

Help Us Go Green!
We are trying to reduce our effects on the environment with your
help.  Every year, we send out hundreds of paper reminder cards
through the mail.  We would like to decrease that number to as
low as possible by switching to an email reminder system.
If you have email and would like to help our Green efforts, please
send us your email address at or
let us know what your e-mail is at your next visit to the office.  
For those without email, we will continue to send cards in the mail.
Your email addresses will be kept secure and not sold/distributed
to third party companies.  
Thanks so much!   
Gallery of medical photos and conditions from
our clinic

Please be advised that some photos are
medically graphic and may not be suitable for
some people.
As every year passes, the issues with fleas and ticks still remain.  

Nexgard is a flea and tick preventative pill that is given once There are 2
chewable products for dogs that are pickiest pooch.  a month.  We also have  
which is given every 2-3 months,
Bravectodepending on the environment that
your dog is living in or traveling to on vacation.

Another popular product is the
Seresto collar.
These collars are made for cats and dogs.  They last for 6-8 months,
depending on amount of time spent in water.  They do not have any odor or
powder to rub off on your skin.

There are many heartworm preventatives available in our clinic and on our
online pharmacy.  Let us tailor a plan that is specific to the needs of your
dog.  We have Heartgard, Sentinel, Interceptor, and a variety of other
products available on our website

Remember that we still have Rabies clinics every Monday through Friday
from 2-3 pm.  They are walk in only (no appointment necessary).  The
vaccines cost $12 each.  Please bring any records of previous Rabies
vaccines with you.  Dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.  
Animals must be 12 weeks of age or older in order to receive a Rabies