Surgical Alternative to Remove Skin Tags, Eyelid Mass, and Other Lumps or Bumps. We have some great news to share!! We have a safer and cost-effective alternative to treat your pet’s lumps and bumps which can range from a cosmetically inconvenient skin tag to a troublesome wart.
Abdominal Ultrasound: Ultrasound testing uses sound waves and their ability to travel through tissues to produce an image. Unlike radiographs, ultrasound is able to produce amazing detail. It is ideal for evaluating any of the abdominal organs. Doctors at Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital routinely
Let’s get excited about your pet’s poop! No, really, it is important to understand why your veterinarian wants to perform a fecal analysis under a microscope each year. As a pet parent, learning about intestinal parasites and parasite control can protect you and your pet. Some parasites are zoonotic,
Thanks to the invention of the implantable microchip, we are now able to provide a permanent identification for most patients. We can perform this in minutes without any need for sedation or general anesthesia. Once it is implanted and registered, the microchip number becomes linked to your personal
To provide the highest standard in medical care we take every precaution to keep your pet safe and comfortable during surgical procedures. Every procedure performed will receive:
- Pre-Anesthetic Bloodwork
- IV Catheter and Warm Fluids
Radiology uses pictures to see the inside of your pet and allows Veterinarians to diagnose and treat your pet. Here are some of the common reasons that we may need to use radiographs to diagnose your pet:
Dental care is an important part of your pet’s overall health. Left untreated, dental disease can lead to problems
The road to a long, happy life with your pet can seem complex. We’d like to make it simple for you
Behavior issues are difficult for you and your pet. If you are new to dog or cat ownership you may have a difficult time deciphering if your pet’s behavior is an issue. General anxiety and separation anxiety are common problems in dogs, while inappropriate elimination or inter-cat
Reptiles, Avian & Pocket Pets
John A. Coniglario, DVM has a special interest in exotic medicine and has spent his entire career treating exotic pets as well as small animals. He has a natural ability to understand and treat the needs of our more unique friends such as reptiles, birds and pocket pets.