It's the Cat's Meow!

Join us for our celebration event to mark our recent Cat Friendly Practice Certification on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 6:30 pm.

cat love v2 250pxActivities will include:

  • Cat demonstrations
  • Raffles
  • Prizes
  • Food
  • And more fun

Like and share our event on Facebook and enter to win fantastic prizes!

We hope to see you there.

Due to the recent outbreaks of Canine Influenza in many Midwest and Southeast states this summer, we are now carrying the newest, most comprehensive vaccine that covers both strains of the virus (H3N8 and H3N2). 

Canine Influenza WarningCall us at (724) 935-5827 to book your pet's vaccination. A booster will be necessary 2-4 weeks after the first vaccine to ensure protection against both strains.

We recommend that high-risk dogs (see below) be vaccinated with the current vaccine as soon as possible, in an effort to give them the most effective protection against the virus. 

What Is Canine Influenza?

Canine Influenza is a highly contagious respiratory virus that can cause severe disease and even death in extreme cases. We have recently seen a spike in the number of dogs in the area that have been exposed to the virus.

cat friendly practiceBradford Hills Veterinary Hospital has been approved by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) as a Cat Friendly Practice – Silver Status!

According to the AAFP, even though there are millions more pet cats than there are pet dogs in the United States, cats visit the veterinarian much less frequently. This is largely because of the stress that comes with vet visits for cats and their owners.

At Bradford Hills Veterinary Hospital, we strive to make your visit to the doctor with your feline companion as stress-free as possible. We offer a full range of preventive care services to keep your cat living a longer, happier life.

We've recently remodeled our waiting area to provide a more comfortable experience for you and your pets!

Bradford Hills Pet Hotel & Spa's professional groomer, Rochelle, can give your pet a medicated bath. Just bring the shampoo prescribed by your veterinarian. This helps keep pets that suffer from seborrhea, atopy (allergies), and yeast dermatitis clean and comfortable this winter! Please call (724) 935-6321 to set up a medicated bath with Rochelle.

If you think your pet may have a chronic dermatologic condition, please call our hospital at (724) 935-5827 to schedule an appointment with a veterinarian.