Save On Parasite Preventatives this March
With the recent Erie winter warmup, you wouldn't be surprised at the number of fleas and ticks we're seeing already!
These pests are carriers of dangerous diseases, such as Lyme, Heartworm, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and more. Many of these diseases can even be transmitted to you and your family if your pet becomes infected. This means it's more important now than ever to have your pet on a reliable parasite preventative, to help keep your pets and family safe.
We've teamed up with the manufacturers of Vectra 3D, Simparica, Interceptor Plus and Bravecto to pass along great offers for the entire month of March 2018!
Donate to Our Veterinary Care Charitable Fund
Help us help those in need. All proceeds go towards clients who cannot afford veterinary care or medications for their sick pets.
Send a friend or family member to North East Animal Hospital and receive $20 off your office visit!
We appreciate the confidence you've shown in us by referring our hospital. We hope you and your friends will continue to be satisfied with the quality of care that our doctors and staff provide.
Please feel free to call us at (814) 725-8836 if you have any questions.
North East Animal Hospital is on the News
North East Animal Hospital's Dr. Gerald Ramsdell was recently featured on WJET-TV News! He was interviewed about the prevalance of canine cancer and the different treatment options available. The full story can be found here.
Remember, bringing your pets in for routine physical exams is the smartest and easiest way to keep them healthy. Exams allow us to detect any problems before they become severe or costly.
Northeast Animal Hospital Celebrates 25 Years
Things have sure changed since Dr. Ramsdell started Northeast Animal Hospital 25 years ago! Back then there was only one veterinarian and limited services.
Today, we have flourished into a two-doctor practice with an amazing staff and fantastic clients. We are proud to offer state-of-the-art technology that allows us to treat your pet more effectively and help them to live longer lives.
When interviewed by the The Corry Journal for their recent news story on North East Animal Hospital's 25th Anniversary, Dr. Ramsdell was asked what the driving force was behind his veterinary care. He responded simply by saying, "I had one goal – to provide the best possible comprehensive veterinary care for area pets... My mission was, and continues to be, helping all pets live long, healthy and active lives."