Veterinarian Services in Whitesboro, NY

Preventative Animal Care

Preventative Animal Care

Patients are seen by scheduled appointments. We schedule appointments where you and your pet meet with doctor. We also have follow up appointments in our treatment room, where the doctor will see the patient but not the client. If you need to reschedule we ask for a minimum of 24 hours notice please.

  • Preventative medicine - thorough physical exams, spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations, parasite treatment and control, heart worm and tick disease screening.
  • Rabies, DAPP and Leptosporosis vaccinations for dogs, Rabies and FVRCP vaccinations for cats are REQUIRED to be a client at Dr. Nickel's Animal Hospital.
  • Dentals - when oral care exceeds simple tartar control, Dr. Nickel has the ability to perform full mouth dentistries and dental radiographs.
  • Digtal radiographs - on-site radiograph abilities.
  • Surgical care - our on site surgical suite for elective or emergency procedures. Your pet is monitored from pre-surgical procedures and throughout their recovery.
  • Hospitalization - when a patient needs more intensive care, IV fluids and daily monitoring by medical personal.
  • Ultrasound - an imaging tool to provide additional information.

Emergency Veterinarian in Whitesboro, NY

Emergency services after hours are for unexpected medical crises requiring medical attention. Emergency care is an exclusive benefit Dr. Nickel's Animal Hospital provides only to current patients of this hospital. We have teamed with to help your pet in an urgent or emergent care situation. VetTriage offers video telehealth services with quality veterinarians to assess if you have an emergency requiring an immediate visit to a hospital or if your problem can be managed with their telehealth assistance.

Some signs of Emergencies are as follows:

  • Wretching with the inability to vomit.
  • Being Hit by a vehicle
  • Inability to pass urine
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Open mouth breathing
  • Bloody vomit and/ or jelly like bloody stools
  • Sudden inability to stand or walk
  • Dr. Nickel sees patients with emergencies at the hospital in Whitesboro.