VVA has always been focused on providing the highest quality care for your pets and farm animals. This includes the quality of medication dispensed by prescription through our facility. We constantly monitor our pharmacy providers to ensure the quality of our medications.
With the rise in online ordering, we are seeing a huge increase in the number of counterfeit medications delivered to clients from third-party suppliers. This can seriously impact the health of your pet or farm animal.
We are pleased to announce that we are partnering with industry leader VetSource, to provide rapid home delivery of a full range of prescription medications, specialty foods, and other pet needs through our new online pharmacy. This partnership will ensure that you can order the same high-quality medications online as we can provide at our hospital.
We will provide access to the pharmacy on our web site ( https://valleyveterinaryassociates.com/ ). Your online pharmacy account will allow you to access monthly specials, review previous orders, and set up auto-shipment for repeat orders. And you can order with confidence, since our DVMs can review and approve prescriptions online, as well.
We will continue to update you as we move forward. As always, if you have questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 607-563-1345.
Caity is a cocker spaniel that is nearly 6 years old. She came in for a dental exam and cleaning. Fortunately for Caity, the dental procedure includes a full physical exam. Dr. Fassett performed the abdominal exam while Caity was sedated for the dental procedure – this allows a more detailed exam since the area is relaxed. Unfortunately, he discovered an abnormality in Caity’s abdomen. Since she was already sedated, the decision was made to transfer her to the OR for exploratory surgery. Problems were found with Caity’s spleen, and Dr. Fassett performed a splenectomy. She spent the night under observation and went home the next day. Not only is she on the road to full surgical recovery, but her dental work was also a success.
Dr. Davis and the staff of Valley Veterinary Associates were pleased to once again work with the staff of Every Dog’s Dream Adoption Center (E.D.D.) to provide for the care of local animals. Every Dog’s Dream became aware of a small colony of feral cats in the local (Sidney) area. As part of their Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) campaign, E.D.D. contacted Valley Veterinary Associates for assistance, and arranged for trapping and transport of the cats.
Dr. Davis provided reduced-rate care, including physical exams, required vaccinations, and spay/neuter operations for the cats. This will ensure the health of the animals, reduce risks to people in the area, and hopefully lead to a reduction in feral cat population.
Every Dog’s Dream is a volunteer-run non-profit (501-c3) adoption center established over 10 years ago. With over 77 volunteers, they provide a full range of service to animals, including daily care, fostering, and medical transport. They are supported entirely by donations. In response to the growing problem of homeless and feral cats, they will soon be expanding their operations under the ‘Hope For Homeless Felines’ name. If you have an interest in helping Every Dog’s Dream with their efforts, please contact them at 607-242-2346.
Dr. Davis and his staff look forward to helping Every Dog’s Dream accomplish their future goals. If you have questions about animal care, either farm animals or companion animals, you can contact Valley Veterinary Associates at 607-563-1345 or by email at email@example.com.
Dr. Davis and the staff at Valley Veterinary Associates want to thank all the clients that helped us hold another successful food drive through the holiday season. Thanks to your generous donations, and the contributions of our staff, we were able to deliver several boxes of food to the Sidney Food Pantry. Here are some photos of the VVA elves delivering the donations.
We are closing at 4:00pm New Year’s Eve
We will be closed New Year’s Day
EMERGENCY SERVICE ONLY
during those times
Normal hours resume Jan.2, 2021
We will close at 4:00pm on Dec. 24th so our staff can enjoy Christmas Eve. with their families.
We will be seeing emergencies only on Christmas Day and Dec. 26th.
Regular hours will resume on Dec. 27th.
Our pickup window will be closed from 11am to noon. There will be no pickups available for that hour.
The clinic will be closing at 4pm on Dec. 17th. Large animal calls will be directed to Dr. Chris Camann. Small animal calls will be directed to Dr. Mike Powers.
Regular hours will resume on Dec. 18th.
We will no longer provide food or medication pickup on Sundays or major holidays. Our pickup window will be unattended at those times. This will insure better service for our emergency patients. PLEASE plan your food/medication pickups accordingly to meet your pet’s requirements.
We currently have an opening for a full-time front-desk receptionist. This is a full-time position, and some evening and weekend work is required. Good inter-personal skills are a requirement. Should be familiar with basic computer operation. We offer competitive salaries based on experience, and a generous benefit package. Applications are available at the clinic, or may be submitted online (Facebook). An in-person interview will be required. For details call Jessica Steele at 607-563-1345.
Valley Veterinary Associates is seeking qualified candidates to fill an opening for a Licensed Veterinary Technician. This full-time position will require some night and weekend work. We offer competitive salaries based on experience, and a generous benefit package. Applications are available at the clinic, or may be submitted online (Facebook). An in-person interview will be required. For details call Jessica Steele at 607-563-1345.