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We are revamping our dog training classes for the fall. Which would be of the most help to you – training classes for puppies (under 6 mo.) or training classes for dogs over 6 months old. If you’d like to weigh in on the question, you can go to our Facebook page and reply to […]
This is ‘Codie’. He is a 1-yr old Yorkie-Poo that needs a home. Cody has been neutered, and is up to date on vaccines. We also did a complete shave, to alleviate severe matting. He has had a stressful time recently, and exhibits some nervousness, which sometimes leads him to be nippy. But he does […]
We will be open for EMERGENCY SERVICES ONLY on 12-31-2018 (New Year’s Eve) and 01-01-2019 (New Year’s Day) We wish everyone a healthy, happy New Year!
We will be closed Dec. 24, 25, and 26th so our staff can enjoy the Christmas holiday with their families. Emergency service only available on those days.
We will be closing at 4pm on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018. Small animal emergencies will be handled by Community Vet. Center, and large animal emergencies by Dr. Chris Camann. Our answering service will be active at 607-563-1345. They can direct you.
The NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets has confirmed that the Aug. 9th death of a horse in Oswego County resulted from Eastern Equine Encephalitis(EEE). This is the first confirmed case of EEE in New York State in 2018. There was no medical record of the horse’s vaccination status, as the owner was supposedly vaccinating […]
Valley Veterinary Associates is seeking qualified applicants to fill veterinary assistant/veterinary technician positions. Qualified applicants will have either vet. assistant or vet. tech experience. Hours are flexible, but second and third shift coverage may be required. Weekend and holiday hours are required, on a rotating basis. Ideal candidate will be energetic, self-motivated, and a team […]
This is Guinness. He suffered injuries in an encounter with a black bear. Guinness may have been attempting to defend his home. Unfortunately, the bear inflicted serious damage by grabbing and shaking the dog’s head. When he arrived at our clinic, Guinness had serious open scalp wounds, damage to his skull, and puncture wounds from […]