Owners Drs. Gary Yarnell and John Pisciotta, along with their professional and support staff, offer expert veterinary services for companion and exotic animals in Westchester County (New York), Fairfield County (Connecticut) and surrounding communities. Our patients include dogs, cats, rabbits, "pocket pets", reptiles and birds.
At Rye Harrison Veterinary Hospital, you and your pet will receive warm, personal attention, as well as the most advanced veterinary care available.
Our experienced doctors and staff provide the diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical services your pets require in a clean, newly renovated and expanded state-of-the-art facility.
The hospital is equipped to do laser surgery, endoscopy, ultrasound, (including echocardiograms), and digital radiography. We offer full dental services (including dental radiographs), orthopedic and general surgery, as well as advanced soft tissue surgery when needed.
For your convenience, we offer"drop-off" appointments, evening appointments and full day Saturday appointments.
As your "other family doctor," we promise to provide the best medical care along with sensitive and appropriate advice to help you care for your pet.
We believe in educating pet owners and hope you will consult the resources available on our website to find out more about our practice.
Canine Influenza Vaccine Protocol for Our Hospital
Just like the human "flu," canine influenza is highly contagious. In fact, unless a dog has already had the illness and recovered, virtually every dog exposed to the virus will become infected.
Most dogs, regardless of breed or age, are at risk for canine influenza. However certain venues and activities can raise your dog?s risk of canine influenza infection even higher.
One of the higher risks occur when large numbers of dogs are in close proximity to one another at boarding kennels, dog shows, etc. In an effort to ensure the health and well being of all of our canine patients, RHVH will now require immunization against canine influenza prior to coming in for boarding.
While the canine influenza vaccine does NOT prevent the virus, it has been proven to significantly reduce the severity of influenza and the length of time a dog is sick. With this in mind, this policy will be in effect ONLY during peak holiday boarding times such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year?s and February vacation, etc. when we are at full capacity for housing our boarders. The initial vaccine requires 2 doses, 2-3 weeks apart, followed by annual revaccination.
If you plan on boarding your dog with us during these busy holidays, please call and make an appointment a month in advance for the canine influenza vaccine.
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