Our Services

Celebrating the Bond Between You and Your Pet

Parasite Control

Parasites are something that affect every one of our pets. Every puppy is born with intestinal parasites. Ticks, fleas, and heartworm are always present if your pet goes outside. As with all medical issues, routine testing … Learn More

Microchipping

Thanks to the invention of the implantable microchip, we are now able to provide a permanent identification for most of patients. We can perform this in minutes without any need for sedation or general anesthesia … Learn More 

Dental Care

During Your Pet’s Wellness Visit ...Your veterinarian and technician will review your pet’s dental health risk assessment prior to your appointment.  The health risk assessment will help the team determine your pet’s current dental … Learn More

Surgery

As a veterinary professional, I often wonder – how are tasks and duties I perform on a daily basis perceived by clients? Something as simple to me as obtaining a blood sample can be viewed in a completely different way from … Learn More

Radiology

Radiology

Ultrasound

Ultrasound testing uses sound waves and their ability to travel through tissues to produce an image. Unlike radiographs, ultrasound is able to produce amazing detail. It is ideal for evaluating any of the  … Learn More

Nutrition 

Being the human caretaker to an obese, diabetic kitty, I understand the struggle of keeping your pet fit and healthy.  Continue reading for a full list of nutrition that is available for your pet.  Talk to your veterinarian before … Learn More 

Pain Management

As a veterinary hospital, pain is something we see and treat on a daily basis. Whether it’s a routine surgical procedure, trauma, or chronic arthritis pain, there are many options for pain management.  Pain starts … Learn More

 

 

Behavior Medicine

We all want our pets to be happy. Unfortunately many pets have behavioral issues that make their and our lives difficult. General and separation anxiety are common problems in dogs, while inappropriate elimination or inter-cat aggression … Learn More 

Internal Medicine

Whether our patient is a dog, cat, or exotic species, they can all become ill for many different reasons. After obtaining a history, performing a physical exam, and any appropriate diagnostics (tests) your veterinarian will create … Learn More

Avian 

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Reptiles

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Pocket Pets

 

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Endoscopy

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PennHIP

PennHIP Certification: The PennHIP study must be completed by a PennHIP Veterinarian who has completed specialized training.  The evaluation includes office consultation, sedation/anesthesia, and submission of three PennHIP radiographs … Learn More 

Request an Appointment

To request an appointment for one of our services, click on the Contact Us button below to send our team an email.
One of our Client Care Specialists will contact you during regular business hours.

Adult Wellness

Dogs

A dog is considered an adult after 1 year of age, depending on the pet’s body condition and overall health.  Check out the Adult Wellness dog page for recommendations from your veterinarian, common questions and blogs about dogs!

Adult Wellness

Cats

A cat is considered an adult after 1 year of age, depending on the pet’s body condition and overall health.  Check out the Adult Wellness cat page for recommendations from your veterinarian, common questions and blogs about cats!

Senior Wellness

Dogs

A dog is generally considered a senior after the age of 7, depending on the pet’s body condition and overall health.  Check out the Senior Wellness dog page for recommendations from your veterinarian, common questions and blogs about dogs!

Senior Wellness

Cats

A cat is considered a senior after the age of 9, depending on the pet’s body condition and overall health.  Check out the cat Senior Wellness cat page for recommendations from your veterinarian, common questions and blogs about cats!

Puppies

Congratulations on your new puppy!  The doctors and team at Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital understand that there is a lot to learn with a new pet.  We made it easy by putting all the information you need in one place.

Kittens

Congratulations on your new kitten!  The doctors and team at Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital understand that there is a lot to learn with a new pet.  We made it easy by putting all the information you need in one place.

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