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Welcome to the Fredonia Animal Hospital
Your veterinarians in western New York State!
Call us today! 716-679-1561
General Surgery In-House Radiology Suite
Orthopedic Surgery In-House Laboratory
Basic Baths & Clips Pet Day Care
Family Oriented Hospital Climate Controlled Boarding
Spays and Neuters
Most appointents can be made within 1 to 2 days... AND, if available, even on the same day! For appointments, questions and concerns after hours call 679-1561.
Here at the Fredonia Animal Hospital, if you buy one box of any 6 Advantage product treatments, you get 2 tubes FREE! Frontline - a box of 3 gets you one tube FREE; buying 6 gets you 2 tubes FREE.
Current rebates available for Dasuquin, Seresto Collars and Sentinel
Any new patient (new or current client) - one FREE dose of Advantage flea control with exam!
April 2014- For dogs, purchase 6 months of heartworm preventive and we will discount your blood parasite screen 20%
Cats - For every 6 pack of flea control purchased (Advantage, Frontline, Seresto Collar) you get one entry in the raffle to win an autographed copy of The Ultimate Cat Lover by Dr. Marty Becker.
Veterinarians Dr. Jon Redfield and Dr. Josef Powell at Fredonia Animal Hospital are one of the best team of veterinarians in the Fredonia area and are committed to your pet's health and well being. Fredonia Animal Hospital excels in pet care and the science of veterinary medicine.
History and Experience: The doctors and staff at Fredonia Animal Hospital have provided our community with compassionate veterinary care and pet services since 1969, making us the animal clinic of choice for pet owners in and around Fredonia, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties and southern Erie county.
Dedication: Fredonia Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for pets. We have a remarkable and highly educated staff. We invest in our patients by constantly educating and training our staff members and building our client education program. Our staff attends monthly or twice monthly education meetings. We also make sure they attend regional and national seminars to learn from their peers, be they kennel managers, receptionists, technicians or doctors.
Services: The Fredonia Animal Hospital offers the Fredonia community emergency veterinary care as well as medical, surgical, and dental services. We also have an in-house pharmacy, laboratory, radiology suite and climate controlled hospital wards and boarding facilities. With access to veterinary specialists nearby, our veterinary facility is a one-stop shop for your pet's health and medical needs. Remember, at the Fredonia Animal Hospital, your pets are our family!
Family Oriented: We believe that to provide the best veterinary care to your pets we must bring the family into the picture from the very beginning. We encourage children to attend health checks and tour the facility. We understand that the pet members of the family are crucial in the emotional development of the child. Questions and concerns arise. Trust our staff in knowing that they will provide age appropriate answers to their questions including child geared grief counseling as needed.
We genuinely care about the pet members of your family! Our staff is passionate about veterinary medicine. We strive to provide professional, affordable, and advanced veterinary services. At the Fredonia Animal Hospital, you will walk into a clean, calm, welcoming, and friendly environment every visit, so that the experience is as comfortable as possible for you, your family and your pet.
Accredited: The Fredonia Animal Hospital is one of only 15% of veterinary practices in North America accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). There are only two accredited veterinary facilities in Chautauqua County and the Fredonia Animal Hospital is the only one in the northern end of the county. AAHA is the only organization that accredits animal hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada. AAHA-accredited hospitals voluntarily choose to be evaluated on 900 rigorous standards in the following areas: quality of care; diagnostic & pharmacy; management; medical records; and facility. A hard, but well earned, accreditation from AAHA means that this facility is among a very select few in the country trusted by our professional peers to provide the best care in the safest environment.
Website: Look no further than this site to provide you with accurate veterinary medical and behavioral information. You can be assured that the information obtained here is approved by the doctors and staff of FAH. On the bar above, click on Pet Health to find hundreds of articles! Search by topic and/or species. If you need information on any topic, behavior or medical, that you do not see on this website, call us and we would be happy to mail or e-mail you information. If you are new to our website, please browse around to learn about our facility and to read interesting pet articles and watch groundbreaking pet videos. In our new patient center you will find links to valuable veterinary resources, grief counseling links as well as FAH staff favorite animal TV shows! For directions to our office see our contact us page. To receive free monthly veterinary care articles, please subscribe to our newsletter. Look for us on Facebook too.
Dr. Jon D. Redfield
Fredonia Animal Hospital
10049 Route 60
Fredonia, NY 14063
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