516 State Route 29 (518) 692-2227
Greenwich, NY 12834 email@example.com
Caring for animals is not only our job, it's our passion
In order to ensure the best health for your pet, we recommend a wellness examination at least once a year. Your pet's annual examination will include a thorough physical examination, immunization against contagious diseases, testing for internal parasites, and a check for external parasites. We are available for any questions or concerns you have about your pet's well being. We look forward to keeping your family healthy.
There is a lot of information available on the internet and it can be hard to know who to trust. The following websites have a wealth of information from reputable sources. This list is not all-inclusive - talk to your veterinarian if you have any questions.
For information regarding parasites and the diseases they cause and carry, visit Pets & Parasites, a website run by the Companion Animal Parasite Council. Their site includes incidence maps so you can assess your pets risk!
VeterinaryPartner.com is a website run by the Veterinary Information Network. This site is maintained by veterinarians and has information about many common diseases, behavioral issues, dental care, first aid, drugs, and more.
The Pet Poison Helpline is a 24-hour animal poison control service that is available to answer any and all questions regarding toxins. Their website includes a list of toxic plants, medications, and household objects. A $59 fee applies if you contact the helpline by phone for advice regarding your pet.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners are veterinarians who dedicate their lives to the care of cats. They have designed a website specifically for cat owners with information regarding common feline diseases, normal and abnormal behaviors, and ways to make vet visits fear-free.
Heartworm disease has spread to our region - is your pet on a preventative? For the most up to date information about heartworm disease and how to prevent it, visit the American Heartworm Society or talk with your veterinarian.