Our feline friends have special needs! They are not dogs. Therefore, we strive to learn all we can about feline pediatrics, vaccinations, nutrition, infectious diseases, old-age diseases and current surgical protocols.
Cats typically hide their symptoms. Because we think of them as loners, they actually could be very ill. Any changes in behavior, eating habits, drinking, urination or bowel movements could prove to be an issue. Call us if you have any questions.
Behavior management consultation
Diagnostic Bloodwork & other laboratory services
In-house for heartworm disease, Lyme disease, Anaplasmosis & Ehrlichiosis
Vaccinations according to your pet's individual needs, including 3-year vaccines
Completion of Lifetime License paperwork, either in association with the microchip inserted here,or after scanning any microchip inserted by a pet's prior veterinarian, breeder or rescue. The scanner can detect and read any ISO compliant chip.
Instruction in proper care, nutrition and training
Flea, tick, heartworm and gastrointestinal parasite (worm) prevention
Medication as needed for illness
Hospitalization and supportive care
Endoscopy; please call for details
Cornell Feline Health Center