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Ear Infection TreatmentLook in your pet's ears – As with dental disease, ear disease is relatively common in many types of pets. Issues such as low-grade allergies, swimming or bathing, reactions to certain foods, mites and other parasites can all cause and contribute to otitis or ear infections. Though you may feel this is an area that can be well-handled at home, the fact is that many ear diseases are difficult to detect and require medical treatment.
Veterinary OphthalmologyEvaluate your pet's vision – All diseases follow relatively predictable processes and if found early can be more easily treated. Ocular conditions, which can be prevented through regular care and screenings, are no exception.
Comprehensive ExaminationA regular physical examination is just as important for your pet as it is for you. Because your pets can't tell you how they really feel, we recommend a complete physical examination at least once a year, though more frequent exams are encouraged.
Dental CareRegular dental care does more than just keep your pet's breath fresh and clean. Dental hygiene is an important part of your pet's preventative health care regimen. Dental problems, if left untreated, can often lead to larger systemic problems in your pet due to oral bacteria entering the blood stream and damaging the kidneys, heart and liver.
VaccinationVaccinations are not only safe and effective; they are an important and fundamental piece of your pet's preventative healthcare plan. Advances in veterinary immunology have made diseases that once were relatively common and fatal to pets easily preventable. Additionally, with each passing year, veterinary science is improving on existent vaccines as well as increasing our ability to prevent an even wider array of contagious diseases.
Lab and X-Rays
Laboratory ServicesAnesthesia is individualized for your pet based on a number of factors, which includes the type of procedure, his or her preexisting conditions, blood test values, age, breed, and prior anesthetic experience.
X-RayYork Animal Hospital has state-of-the-art digital radiography equipment and is up-to-date on the latest radiographic-assisted procedures. We are able to take and review radiographs within minutes and in complex cases these images can be quickly and easily forwarded to a board certified radiologist for a second opinion.
MicrochippingDoes your pet have a microchip? Each year, millions of pets go missing and many don't make it back home. Microchipping your pet is a safe, simple and effective way to prevent this tragedy. About the size of a grain of rice, identification microchips are encoded with your pet's vital information and implanted beneath your pet's skin, usually between the shoulder blades. Veterinary hospitals and animal shelters across the country and around the world are equipped with special scanners capable of reading these microchips. The information in the chip is used to reunite you with your pet.
Chronic Condition Treatment
Heart Disease TreatmentHuman medicine: Over-the-counter medications like acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofen (Advil), prescription medications (such as heart medications and anti-depressants), as well as dietary supplements
Kidney Disease TreatmentBehavior problems are the number one reason that owners give up a pet. York Animal Hospital offers behavior counseling for many of your pet's problems including inappropriate urination or defecation, aggression, separation anxiety, inappropriate chewing and barking, introduction of new pets into the household and household pets that are in conflict with one another. Oftentimes a behavior problem, such as inappropriate voiding, can be linked to a medical issue (cystitis, bladder stones, and kidney disease).
Poisoning TreatmentMarch is Poison Prevention Awareness Month. Pet poisoning is a serious problem. Ingestion of harmful foods and chemicals is among the top reasons that pets require emergency care. However, with proper awareness and precautions, pet poisoning is preventable.
Parasites Treatment and ControlRadiographs (X-rays) are extremely helpful for diagnosing and monitoring many medical and surgical conditions. X-rays are useful in examining your pet's bones, lungs, heart, abdomen, oral cavity and other areas of the body. An X-ray can spot a fractured bone, detect tumors, help with the diagnosis of heartworm disease or locate an obstruction or foreign body in your pet's intestine or stomach.
Pain ManagementWe believe that identifying and relieving pain is important to the recovery of your pet. Therefore, pain management is an important aspect of our intra- and post-surgical protocols. At discharge, we may also send additional pain management medication home with you and your pet after providing a thorough explanation of its proper use and dosage.
Skin Condition and Allergy TreatmentWe know how important a quality diet is to your pet's overall health. During your pet's comprehensive physical examination we evaluate his or her body condition and give recommendations. Some pets require special food to maintain optimum health, but all pets benefit from a balanced, healthful diet. We have trained staff available to help you with nutritional challenges for your pet. We can also offer advice and provide information about diets that benefit specific medical conditions such as liver disease, bladder and kidney stones, renal failure, food allergies and other conditions.
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General Pet Care
BoardingLocated next door to York Animal Hospital, the York Boarding Center is open seven days per week, and open for drop off and pick up 8:30-9:30am and 7:30-8:30pm. Holiday hours may vary and we are open year round..
GroomingReceptionist Sharon Young has been with York Animal Hospital since March of 2001. In all, she has more than 35 years working in the pet care field ("Am I that old?" she jokes). In addition to her years of experience, she is a certified groomer from the New York School of Dog Grooming.
Senior Pet CareWe still recommend regular wellness and dental exams, but also recommend a geriatric exam tailored to your pet’s age and condition. Our Senior Pet Wellness Program includes the standard vaccines your dog or cat needs, as well as diagnostic tests designed to help catch any problems associated with aging before they become difficult and expensive to treat.
Dog TrainingAt home, she has a Napa Pound Puppy named Claudio and three Toy Fox Terriers named Frank, Belle, and Feather. She is a member of the American Toy Fox Terrier Club and DOTCORNY (Dog Obedience Training Club of Rochester New York). She is a breeder and handler as well as a STAR Puppy Instructor.
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