Farewell from Dr. Langston
April 19, 2017
To my wonderful clients,
I am writing to let you know that I will be leaving Finger Lakes Animal Hospital mid-June. My husband has accepted a new job in Texas and we will be relocating there. This is bittersweet as many of you know we are originally from the western part of the country, and this will put us closer to family and friends.
I am very sad to be leaving my amazing co-workers and the incredible clients I have gotten to know over the last three years. As we move frequently for my husband’s job, I have had the opportunity to work in several veterinary hospitals, and FLAH has some of the most amazing veterinarians, technicians and support staff I’ve ever seen! It is a fantastic team, and I feel confident knowing that I will be leaving you in great hands.
Check Out Our New Boarding Facility!
We've upgraded our boarding facility to better serve you and your pets!
Friends of Animals Spay and Neuter Program
Finger Lakes Animal Hospital is proud to take part of the Friends of Animals Spay and Neuter Program. That means, if you purchase a discounted certificate from Friends of Animals, it can be used for your pet's spay or neuter here!*
We joined this program to make spaying and neutering more affordable. There are many benefits to the procedure for your pet and the community. For example, spaying and neutering reduces the risk of breast cancer, testicular cancer, uterine disease and behavioral problems. Learn more here.
Our New Feline Vaccine Protocol
Vaccinations are an important part of your cat's wellness. As your cat's veterinarian we are dedicated to providing the most up-to-date vaccine protocols available. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce a change in our vaccination protocols that we feel offers the best preventive care to our feline patients.
New vaccines are available that have less side effects and better efficacy than those previously available. We feel strongly that the increased protection and safety is an important part of your cat's immunization program. The changes include:
- Vaccinating for Feline Distemper every 3 years instead of annually.
- Using the Merial Purevax Rabies vaccine that will be administered annually.