At Wood Hill Veterinary Clinic, we are deeply committed to delivering unparalleled care for your cherished pets. Recognizing their unique place in your family, we dedicate ourselves to ensuring their health and well-being. With a team of passionate professionals, we stand as your trusted partner in pet care.
We firmly believe that the best pet care is achieved through a strong partnership between pet owners and veterinarians. This partnership is built on a foundation of trust and influences every aspect of our practice. Our commitment to this philosophy drives us to provide exceptional care and support to pets and their human companions.
Our Animal Hospital’s Commitment to Our Pets and Our Community
Our animal hospital understands the special bond you and your pet share, and part of our mission is to nurture that bond. That’s why we’re dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventive health care, and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Our commitment to pets ensures they live long, happy, healthy lives. We take time to involve every pet owner in making the best decision for their pet by considering the medical evidence, their special bond with the pet, and everyone’s quality of life. We’re always happy to answer any questions.
But our love for pets isn’t limited to just the walls of our building. We’re very active in the community with our efforts to help both pets and people in need. We regularly contribute to local charities and participate in local school career development programs. From cuddly canines to fancy felines to students aspiring to be veterinarians, our goal is to impact lives, one pet and person at a time.
Veterinary News & Events in Old Chatham, NY
Explore our veterinary news & events hub, your source for the latest developments and happenings at our esteemed animal hospital in Old Chatham, NY. Stay informed about recent developments in the world of veterinary care through informative articles and event updates.
Grain Free Diets
Grain-free diets have been a staple in the pet food industry for years, gaining popularity in 2007. Yet, while the idea of high-quality, grain-free foods may seem appealing to our pets, evidence has pointed to some underlying health risks. Our article on grain-free diets outlines their rise in popularity and the growing field of research that links them to a serious condition, dilated cardiac myopathy (DCM).