Our Mission

We strive to provide high quality service and education to our clients along with state-of-the-art medicine, surgery, and health care to our animal patients at an affordable price. Our goal is to strengthen the human/pet bond and to assist your pet in living a longer, happier, and healthier life.

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Granville Small Animal Hospital

Granville Small Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Middle Granville, NY . The professional and courteous staff at Granville Small Animal Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Granville Small Animal Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Middle Granville, NY and surrounding areas.

Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how Granville Small Animal Hospital can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.

 

 

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Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital
Peggy Sue is earning her keep around her by helping us read x-rays.
2014-12-12 16:01:50
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Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital wishes everyone and their pets happy holidays. Including your pets in your celebrations is a wonderful thing but please make sure they are safe. Do not use tinsel on your Christmas tree, cats love to chew and swallow it and it can cause an intestinal obstruction. Make sure if you share holiday food with your dog, it is nothing greasy or fatty. This can cause Pancreatitis that can be a life threatening illness. Make sure your pets do not get into the garbage as there are food scraps that can cause stomach upsets and also ribbon from packages that also can cause problems. Getting your pets their own safe toys can help to eliminate the above problems and make it a pet-safe holiday.
2014-12-04 16:43:40
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Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital
We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. Please be careful giving your pet leftovers. Turkey bones can be very harmful and cause intestinal blockages. Gravy is too fatty and can cause Pancreatitis. As much as you love your pets, please be cautious and feed them their regular diet.
2014-11-28 15:24:06
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Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital
Interesting Dog Facts The World Record Breakers! ◾The Greyhound is the Fastest Dog on Earth and can run 45 miles per hour for short periods of time ◾The Irish Wolfhound is the largest dog breed ◾The Great Dane is the tallest dog ◾The Chihuahua is the smallest dog breed ◾The Worlds oldest known dog was an Australian cattle-dog named Bluey who lived to the age of 29 years and 5 months!
2014-11-17 17:44:22
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Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital
Our monthly lo cost cat neuter clinic was this morning. We neutered 35 cats. Ironically 16 of them were orange cats!! Funny how that happens.
2014-11-12 17:34:37
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Granville Small Animal Hospital
Granville Small Animal Hospital
Military Working Dogs to be honored on Veterans Day Nov 8, 2011 Veterans Day is a time to recognize and appreciate the incredible work that is done and sacrifices that are made by America's Armed Forces so that the entire nation can live freely. Military Working Dogs (MWDs) also risk their lives to keep America safe every day, so their contributions will be honored this Veterans Day, too, the Associated Press reports. Dogs that worked in Iraq and in the Pentagon and World Trade Center on September 11 will be visiting the House Veterans Affairs Committee offices on Monday after winning the first-ever American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards, according to the news source. According to PetMD.com, the U.S. military did not make extensive use of dogs until 1942. They set standards for training the dogs and MWD handlers and began calling for the donation of American pets that would serve in World War II. The War Dog program was officially established in 1943 and more than 11,000 dogs were "enlisted." Now, MWDs are bred and trained at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, and retired dogs can be adoped by law enforcement agencies, former dog handlers, or other qualified individuals.
2014-11-07 16:32:32
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Contact Information

  • Mon-Fri 7:00 AM-6:00 PM
  • Sat: 8:00 AM-1:00 PM
  • Sun: Closed
  • After Hours: Call our office number and a staff member will assist you.

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