Having access to any of our hospitals located in either Plattsburgh, Peru or our most recent addition Adirondack Veterinary Hospital in Westport, NY, make it possible for your pet to be seen at one of our locations the day you call for an appointment. Hospitals’ co-owners, Dr. Thomas J Brown, DVM a fourth generation veterinarian and Dr. Joseph Church, DVM are committed to providing your pet the finest veterinary care possible. As a result, pet owners have come to rely on us as a compassionate, skilled and cost-conscious partner in the care of their beloved companions. We are open 7 days a week at our 561 Route 3 location in Plattsburgh. Emergency services are available during regular business hours to all existing and new clients. When our offices are closed, our existing clients can reach a doctor for emergencies by calling 518-566-7387 in Plattsburgh and Peru or 518-962-4311 in Westport.
We understand making and going to appointments during the week can be challenging, especially for those pet owners that have busy weekly schedules, so remember we are here for you on weekends as well.
So, if you live anywhere in the North Country and a need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Our staff of 10 NY licensed veterinarians are here and ready to meet and tend to your pets’ needs. Your pets’ health and well- being are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve. We are here for you. Call us today!
We are always looking for better ways to provide the best veterinary care for you our client and your pets. If you can think of anything we can do better, please let us know!
A contribution from you, no matter the amount will make a big difference in the life a sick, injured or abused animal. Donations to the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund support the charitable work already done in our hospitals on behalf of pets and their loving owners. You can donate directly to either the Plattsburgh Animal Hospital, Adirondack Veterinary Hospital, or through the AVMF VCCF website.
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