Check Out Our Client Appreciation Special!
Preventative care is so important, and in an effort to protect more patients, Finger Lakes Animal Hospital will be showing our appreciation for clients by offering a new special on flea, tick, and heartworm medication for your pets.
Starting August 2019, we are offering these special discounted prices as a thank you for your loyalty.
Call us today at (585) 394-2288 to check out the price on your favorite product!
Enter Our Monthly Drawing for Your Chance to Win Free Pet Food!
Enter to win free pet food!
Starting this July, we will be drawing once monthly for one of Royal Canin's breed specific diets for dogs and cats.
The winner will win a free bag of Royal Canin food. That pet's breed will then be our featured breed of the month!
CBD Oil May Help Improve Your Dog's Mobility Issues
Have you ever considered CBD oil for your dog?
Our Chief of Staff Dr. Katrina Picariello, DVM, recently spoke to the Community Health Magazine about the subject, and here are some key takeaways from the article.
We're Now Carrying Revolution Plus
At Finger Lakes Animal Hospital, we aim to provide our patients with the best care possible.
That's why we're happy to announce that we're now carrying feline Revolution Plus for 6-in-1 protection.
This new and improved product will replace our last Revolution product. While the old Revolution only protected against fleas, ear mites, roundworms, and heartworms, Revolution Plus provides 6-in-1 protection against fleas, ear mites, roundworms, heartworms, hookworms, and ticks!
Finger Lakes Animal Hospital Gives Back
Zoetis Industry Support Program
Through our partnership with Zoetis, we are able to donate a percentage of each sale to Future Farmers of America (FFA). This time, we are sharing the donation between our local Finger Lakes Technology and Career Center chapter, and the Marcus Whitman schools chapter. We are honored to take part in this wonderful program and be able to give back to our community!
Wondering how you can give back and support local animals in need?