National Veterinary Technician Week

October 14th - 20th is National Veterinary Technician Week. Our team of technicians play a vital role in maintaining the well-being of your pet(s).  They strive to provide the highest level of care as well as support our pet parents with the latest knowledge to maintain a healthy lifestyle at home.  Our technicians are [...]

Pet Poison Helpline

Common household items such as plants, foods, medications and chemicals can harm your pet if ingested.  Kat one of GVH's newest certified veterinary technicians shared this tip for feline pet owners.  Easter Lilies and Poinsettia plants are both beautiful and commonly used to decorate during the holidays.  Keep in mind if you have an indoor [...]

5 Great Ways to Enrich Your Cat’s Life

Even though it is National Walk Your Dog Week we did not want to leave out our feline friends.  Here are 5 Great Ways to Enrich Your Cat's Life. Toys Some cats prefer toys that they can throw around themselves.  Other cats prefer toys that require owner participation, such as those you wiggle and dangle.  [...]

Check out what we are Barkin’ & Meowin’ about in October

Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital has exciting news to share.  We recently gave our website a face-lift and added more tools for you to use.  Don't forget to share the news with your friends! Be Sure to Check out our Features: Tech Tip Thursday:  Our technicians at Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital have tons of knowledge to share with [...]

Kitten Wellness Program

The doctors and staff of Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital want to make sure your kitten receives the proper care during its lifetime. The following wellness plan outlines your kitten’s first few visits to the hospital and regular wellness visits as they mature. Kittens are born with immature immune systems and require a series of vaccinations to [...]

Feline Senior Wellness

Senior Animals Have Special Needs: As animals move into their senior phase of life, they experience changes that are very similar to aging humans. Diseases and conditions that are commonly known to affect older people also affect our canine and feline companions like: kidney, heart, and liver disease, tumors, cancer, diabetes, depression, arthritis, thyroid conditions, hormonal problems, neuroses and loss of [...]

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