As mandated by Governor Wolf and the State Veterinarian's office we are able to see patients with urgent and essential medical needs only. Due to the recent extension of this mandate and the public health significance of our location in Butler County, this care may now include providing vaccinations for patients that are immediately due or currently overdue for their Rabies vaccine. It may also include seeing puppies and kittens for all core vaccine boosters and their initial Rabies vaccination.
In order to continue providing these limited but essential services, we need to take precautions to maintain the health and safety of our staff. Based on the most recent recommendations of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA), we are asking that clients do not enter the building.
If you have a scheduled appointment, please call when you arrive and a technician will be out shortly to escort your pet into the clinic. We will get a brief history over the phone and examine your pet in the clinic, and communicate by phone regarding any recommended treatment plan.
If you are picking up a prescription, please pull into the parking lot and call when you arrive.
Please call ahead to verify what hours we will be available for the day.
We appreciate your understanding during these challenging times. Again, we are making these changes to keep our staff, clients and community safe.