Appointments we offer Churchville Veterinary Hospital P.C.
What type of appointment do I need to schedule for my pet?
Office/Sick Visits:Pre-scheduled, time-specified appointments. These appointments are to discuss and address any new or existing health issue(s), concerns or symptoms your pet may be experiencing. Your Veterinarian may order tests and prescribe medications.
Annual Wellness Visits: Pre-scheduled, time-specified appointments. These exams are prevention focused not problem focused. During these appointments the Veterinarian will discuss yearly pest prevention, focus on the overall health and growth of your pet, their diet, behavior, activity, elimination patterns and general wellness. They will recommend any necessary vaccines and parasite prevention products and/or necessary annual tests. *Please note: If the Veterinarian determines at the time of your wellness visit that your pet is not feeling well. A scheduled wellness may need to turn into an office/sick visit. You maybe required to reschedule your pet's wellness visit and annual vaccines to time, when your pet is feeling well .
Drop-Off Visits: Pre-scheduled appointments without a specific time slot. For your convenience, Drop off's give us the flexibility to be able to see your pet on a day where we otherwise have no available appointments. You would bring your pet to us in the morning for a day admission at our hospital. Drop off pets are given the same great care and attention that you have come to know and expect during normally scheduled appointments. Once the Veterinarian performs an exam, he/she will contact you to discuss findings and go over a treatment plan with you. Your pet will be scheduled to go home later in the day.
Same Day Visits:First-come, first-serve, same day appointments time-specified appointments. These are reserved appointment times for pets that need to be seen the same day due to illness, injuries or accidents. Appointments are limited. Please call the office the morning of right at 8am for same day appointments.
Technician Visits: Pre-scheduled, time-specific appointments. Our Technicians and Assistants are trained, licensed and skilled at a wide variety of nursing and medical procedures, ranging from routine nail trims, anal gland expressions, laser therapy and administering injectable fluids and medications. These appointments do not involve a Veterinarian.
Surgical Procedures: Surgical procedures require general anesthesia. Most all of our surgical procedures are scheduled in the morning on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Surgeries require a 50% deposit to be provided on your pet's surgery date. For surgical procedures, we admit your pet into the hospital in the morning between 8:00-9:00am. They will undergo their surgery, while being monitored closely, before, during and after their procedure. We will maintain contact with you and schedule a discharge time for them to go home later in the day.
Dental Procedures: Our dental procedures require general anesthesia. Pre-Anesthetic blood testing will need to be completed, prior to your pet's dental procedure appointment. Dental procedures require a 50% deposit be provided on your pet's procedure date. Once your pet in under general anesthesia, we will be able to begin performing a full oral examination of your pet. Just like at a human dentist, we will probe and chart each tooth and perform complete dental x-rays, which inform us of what treatments should be completed. We will monitor you pet closely before, during and after their procedure. We will maintain contact with you and schedule a discharge time for them to go home later in the day.
Veterinarian Consultation: Pre-scheduled time-specific appointments with a Veterinarian to discuss; second opinions, complicated medical issues, treatment options, prognosis and/or quality of life.
Medical Monitoring: These are pre-scheduled, time-specific appointments. These appointments allow us to closely monitor pets that are taking regular medications and/or have chronic health conditions. These visits often are performed every 6 months and include bloodwork.
Pre-Travel Exams: Please see our Travel With Your Pet section and contact us for more information. USDA pre-travel exams and CVI (Certification Of Veterinary Inspection) certificates must be scheduled well in advance and completed within 10 days of your travel date by a USDA Accredited Veterinarian. These exams are separate from a standard annual wellness exam.
Urgent Care: These appointments allow your pet to receive prompt care for non-life threatening but serious injuries, accidents and illnesses. Urgent care availability can be limited and can vary based on daily staffing and scheduled appointments.
Medical Grooms: These appointments are pre-scheduled, day admission appointments. A medical groom is the process of carefully shaving down a pet's matted fur. Properly tending to mats on your pet's fur can be an uncomfortable process for pets to have to endure over an extended period of time. For the comfort and safety of your pet, medical grooms require sedation. Your pet will be monitored closely and will be scheduled to go home later that day.
Telehealth Appointments: Coming soon
Housecall Appointments: These appointments are temporarily unavailable.
Monday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm Wednesday: 8:00am to 5:00pm Thursday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday: Temporarily Closed Sunday: Closed
Get in Touch With Us
88 South Main St. Churchville, NY 14428 Phone: (585) 293-2270 Fax: (585) 293-2294 E-mail: email@example.com