At Eastridge Animal Hospital, we know that the animals in our lives serve many important roles and we understand the bond between you and your pet. We value the unconditional love and joy they provide. We believe in providing excellent veterinary care to your pets at an affordable price. We now provide cold laser therapy for those pets suffering from arthritic pain, fractures, post surgery pain, and more. If you are wondering if laser therapy will benefit your pet, please call and speak with a member of our staff.
Hi!It’s me Salem. I know I’ve been gone a couple of years. To catch up, I took a year off looking for proof of the Ivory Billed Woodpecker. I finally found one in North Carolina. When I went to take a picture, I forgot I don’t have thumbs. I’m telling you though, I saw it! Next I went to Oregon to find Bigfoot. I found a family of them, but they were so nice to me, I promised not to reveal their home.Then I went to Nepal looking for the Yeti. That was too cold for my old bones so I came home. Now I’m back!Old Jer continues to get older. Seems like he spends more time at Dr.’s than with me. Sometimes I like to get up in the middle of the night, get right next to his face, and stare! This always spooks him.Eastridge continues to be busy. Good news, Dr. Katrina Turner joined us in September. Dr. Katrina Turner is a graduate of Cornell and has been working 2 years. She is very interested in helping with the exotics and wildlife. This will help the old man.Remember, as the weather gets warmer, not only dogs and cats are at risk of heat stroke. Birds, rabbits, guinea pigs … are all at risk. Anything over 75-80 degrees is risky. It doesn’t matter if they originate from tropical locations, they are born and raised in North America and are not used to the heat. I know as I get older the heat is tough on me!Remember to have your pets on heartworm & flea/tick medication. Both lyme disease and leptospirosis have increased in Monroe County. Get your dogs vaccinated. Remember owners, you can get lepto.Well, it’s time for me to take a nap. I promise to give you monthly updates.Salem
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Please call us at (585) 467-2120, office calls are by appointment only.
We are a wildlife rehab facility. If you have an injured wildlife, please contact us at (585) 467-2120 before dropping animals off at our office.
Vaccinations help keep your pet healthy, please consult one of our veterinarians about the right vaccines for your pet.