Oneida Animal Hospital will be relocating to 6161 Lamphear Road and joining the staff at Rome Animal Hospital on April 28, 2018. Your pet's records have been be transferred to Rome, guaranteeing you continuity of care. To schedule your pet's appointment, call us at 315-337-1470.

Hospital Picture of VCA Oneida Animal Hospital

Our Hospital

At VCA Oneida Animal Hospital we’ve helped pets live long, healthy, and happy lives for over 45 years. We deliver the best medical care for pets and the best experience for pet owners.

Our veterinarians, technicians, and other pet-friendly support staff are trained to the highest standards. Their thorough knowledge of the latest procedures and medications ensures that all our patients receive the best in preventive and healing care.

Hospital Overview

For over 45 years, Oneida Animal Hospital has been pleased to serve the people and pets of Oneida, Verona, Canastota and the surrounding communities. Our Animal Hospital provides top quality medical services, wellness exams, preventative care including vaccines, diagnostic services, spays, neuters, general surgery and dental procedures. Our friendly staff looks forward to knowing every client by name and treating you like family when you are in our care. Oneida Animal Hospital is a modern facility with up-to-date equipment. We are proud of our commitment to preventative health care and our tradition of friendly, compassionate service. We trust you will find our staff welcoming and knowledgeable as we work together to provide you and your pet with the quality care you expect and deserve.

Local Medical Issues

There are numerous medical issues that can impact your pet's health that require your attention over the entire year. For example, there's heartworm, which can affect both cats and dogs. Since it's transmitted by mosquitoes, which thrive in our region, it's a serious cause for concern. The same is true for flea and tick infestation, which pose a problem in any season. Year-round prevention will protect your pet from heartworm infection, fleas (which can lead to tapeworms), ticks (which transmit Lyme disease) and other intestinal parasites.

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